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Nashville Jellystone Park
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Reviewed January 22, 2013

Every year at Christmas time they convert part of the park into a drive through Christmas light show. I feel like this has got to be one of Nashville’s best kept Christmas secrets. I must have driven past this place a hundred times and never knew about it.

It’s not a large show, but what sets it apart is that all the lights flash on and off and change color to music. (Think Trans-Siberian-Orchestra). There are also tunnels of lights that you can drive through. At the end, there is a large tent set up with a few carnival type rides, jumpers, and snacks, but you have to pay extra for those.

Overall, it was a fun experience, and I’m glad we did it at least once. My only complaint is that it seems a little overpriced. You pay by the car, so if you are alone it is really expensive for what you get. If you carpool with friends or another family, then it’s not bad. For the price, I really feel the rides in the tent at the end, should have been included.

I would also say that I did enjoy this show more than the one you can drive through at the Ag center; even though this one is smaller.

Stayed: December 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed August 5, 2012

I have seen some strange reports indicating that management floats in the pool and deals with her kids. None of the management within this park even has kids or even grandkids and they do not use the pool. Really nice people... I guess someone was acting like they were management but were not. I ask that you do not hold this park responsible for someone else that is a guest.

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled with family
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1  Thank Confangled
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Reviewed July 9, 2012

Management and staff missed the mark here. Very unprofessional management. The woman spent most of the day on a raft at the pool and yelling at her kids. She was flying around the campground with some of her kids in a golf cart. She couldn't even give any decent recommendation on restaurants or other places to go. Unprofessional staff members. The lady at the office completely ignored me when I asked for something because she didn't know how to work the computer and was flustered and upset. Staff just skipped some of the scheduled activities for the kids and some of the activities were just kind of made up along the way. They changed the location of some of the activities and didn't let anyone know. It seemed like the staff - some very young kids - just did things at their leisure. More than half of this park was empty during peak season - gee, I wonder why. They need new management and an Activity Director scheduled to conduct ALL activities like other Jellystones have. The best thing about this Jellystone is that they have a nice pool and even have a lifeguard on duty. . . its apparently a new law. We have been to other Jellystones that were awesome but we won't be going back to this Jellystone.

Room Tip: We love Jellystone Parks. . . just not this one.
  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled with family
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5  Thank GinaH111
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Reviewed July 8, 2012 via mobile

This is the worst park I have ever stayed in. First, it is way too expensive for what you get. They charge almost $600.00 per month, plus electric. Their monthly sites are so riddled with trees that you can't use any satellite provider. The "free cable" they offer is horrible and barely has signal. If it even sprinkles, cable goes out. Second, the slightest wind or shower causes the power in the entire park to fail. We are not talking thunderstorms, just summer showers. Your rig will be pelted with electrical surges. Third, the water pressure is horrible. Even without a regulator.....good luck taking a shower!!!! Finally, their so called " WiFi internet" is useless!!!! It takes around 2-3 minutes to open a single web page. Finally, the park is FULL of unsavory people. We were scared to let our child play outside alone. Don't stay here!!!!!

  • Stayed: July 2012
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Reviewed May 5, 2012

Staff was friendly, had no issues. Bathhouse was clean and sanitary at all times visited. Nice peaceful campers, had plenty of room for RV and tow vehicle. I would stay here again.

Stayed: April 2012
Thank Mike C
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