After worship service and an early lunch, we moved north a few miles to Nashville Country RV Park. Music Country is located off I-65 just north of the very busy Rivergate area. Shopping (grocery and the mall) is convenient, but the traffic is horrific, at least to us. We’ve stayed here before and liked it, but it is a little far from family and other things we like to do while in Nashville, so it’s usually not our first choice. Besides, the regular nightly rate is well over our budget and they don’t have a monthly rate. If we were willing to sign on for a 3-month period, they have a good rate for that. That’s a little long to commit for one place. We usually get hitch itch in much less time. Sunday through Wednesday they offer Passport America rate. Now you’re talking.
|The Office at Nashville Country RV Park|
The park is small and old, but very well kept. Even though there are some long term residents, it doesn’t have the feel of most other parks with rundown trailers with junk piled all around. It is very neat and clean.
|Our site in the 30 amp section|
The park is small, as I said, and some of the turns are pretty tight, but adequate for big rigs. There is a small pool, a small store and gift shop in the office, a laundry room, and LP gas on site. We have a pull-thru site in the 30 AMP section with a wooden “patio” and a freshly painted picnic table. The interior roads are paved and the sites are grass with gravel parking pads.
|Most of the leaves are gone. This tree still has a few hanging on.|
We only had a few miles to travel, so we didn’t hitch up the car. I drove the car and the Peanut road with Gene in the motor home. Normally, on travel days, Peanut likes to ride in my lap. When I’m not there I worry about him getting underneath Gene’s feet while barreling down the highway at 60 miles per hour. He really is a good little traveler and today he was on his best behavior and didn’t cause any problems for the driver.
We got ourselves all settled in for a few days and then spent the rest of the afternoon in relaxed mode. We had picked up a couple steaks for dinner and Gene was in charge of grilling. He did a good job, but not without a couple glitches. We’ve had some wind here today and lighting the grill was somewhat problematic. Then, as luck would have it, the little 1-pound bottle of propane bottle ran out and he got to start all over again. Just another adventure in stoving for my stove obsessed involved husband.
We want to welcome our newest followers, Bill and Cap, of Views from the Open Road. They are full-time RVers, as well. Plus, they enjoy tent camping and hiking. I’m anxious to read some more of their blog posts and get to know them a little better. Welcome, Bill and Cap.
I think that may be it for today. Thanks for tagging along.