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Seven Points Campground

3737 Bell Rd.
Nashville, TN 37214
No Email Address
5 Reviews
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This is one of the nicest campgrounds we've ever stayed at. We were right on the lake. The sites were very shady and most were quite large. The largest I've seen so far. All had a fire pit and shepherd's hook for a lantern. All had picnic tables. Sites were level and most were deep enough for the larger rigs. There were pull-through sites also. The entire place was clean as were the bathrooms and showers. It was quiet except for an occasional boat on the lake. We enjoyed the peace and quiet at the lakeside watching the boats, ducks and herons. It's also close to shopping and Nashville, should you want to take in some entertainment or do some shopping. We plan to camp there again.


Received from Marie for visit in Jun 2009

Site Number: 37
Stay Again? YES
I think this is the best kept secret in Nashville. The campsites are everything previously described by others. For half the price, why would you want to stay at any of the other "resort" campsites? Just don't get there after dark if you have a back-in site. The drives are long and dark.

Received from Tom for visit in May 2006

Site Number: 60
Stay Again? YES
We go twice a year, always in April and October. We usually stay on the lake side next to the sandy beach area. It's peaceful and quiet. The kids always fish and the bathhouse is close. We love it. Why go futher out when you can camp right here in Nashville close to home.

Received from Peggy W for visit in Apr 2006

Site Number: 48
Stay Again? YES
Seven Points is one of our favorite places to camp. The sites are well maintained (raking is the norm) and roomy. I would give it a 5 if it had internet access but we drove to a nearby Panera Bread Co. to get online.


Received from Judy D for visit in Apr 2006

Site Number: 10
Stay Again? YES
This is a pretty nice campground, just a few miles east of Nashville, Tennessee. We stayed here for the last two nights of our 8 night trip in May 2004. The campground is located on beautiful J. Percy Priest Lake, and has 60 sites, all with water and electric. Reservations are made through www.reserveamerica.com. It is a Corps of Engineers campground, which, around here, are usually pretty nice and well-kept. This holds true for the campground itself, but we were disappointed with the bathhouses. We have seen worse, but we expect better from Seven Points. This won't keep us from staying there again, however. Most sites, if not all, are well-shaded. Also, most of the sites are probably the largest I've seen at ANY campground. We had a pull-thru, and although the pull-thru was normal in size, we could have put 10 or 15 tents or more on the grassy area around our site. And there were still enough trees for plenty of shade! The sites were level, as well as the impact area. We had a concrete table, a fire ring, and a "shepherd's hook" on a tire filled with concrete for lanterns, and could be moved anywhere. We were even impressed that, when we arrived, the gravel in the impact area was raked in straight lines. I do not know if this is standard procedure, or if they were "fixing up" for Memorial Day weekend. Just made the site look extra neat, anyway. There was a boat dock at the campground, should you bring boats, canoes, or jet skis. There is also a beach/swimming area on the lake, within the campground. There are also washers/dryers and a dump station. Within an hour's drive (usually much less) is The Hermitage (Home of President Andrew Jackson), Opry Mills, Opry Hotel, Downtown Nashville (which has a LOT), and numerous camper dealerships.

Received from Larry C for visit in May 2004

Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES

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