Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Full-time RV-ing Tips: 5-Star RV Resort Parks (Nashville Country RV Park)

Wavin' atchya, D. D. Scott-ville Peeps and Fellow RV-ers!!!

Well...we're about three weeks into our Full-time RV-ing Adventure and what an amazing journey it's been!!!

***Note: Got side-tracked a wee bit during week two as The DH (Darling Husband) ended up having emergency surgery (kidney stone extractions for two stones that were stuck - one in the kidney and one in the ureter). OUCH!!! Which reminds me, thank goodness for great health insurance when you're on the road like this!

Anyhoo...he's much better now, so I'm back to blogging about what all we've learned, the amazing and talented people we're meeting along the way and the fantabulous must-see spots we're enjoying.

Today, I'm giving a well-deserved shout-out to one heckuva fantastic, family-owned and operated RV Resort Park...in fact, it's the 2011-2012 National ARVC Small Park of the Year as well as the 2011-2012 Tennessee ARVC Campground on the Year...

Nashville Country RV Park





Not only is the Zaborowski Family a group of wonderful people, they treat their guests like family, and they treat their park with the utmost care. (***The park is also the recipient of the 2011 Tennessee Governor's Environmental Stewardship Award.)

Talk about the Kings and Queens of "Green" -

They collect rain water in barrels for all kinds of uses, they've built their swimming pool as the first infrared pool in Tennessee (meaning it relies primarily on infrared technology and requires fewer chemical additives), and they've planted 30+ species of trees on the property.

Talk about fun...they've got that too!!!

Every Thursday night is Dinner and Music.

Dinner is fixed by one of the fab local Meat N Three Diners (like Star Cafe - which has the best fried chicken in the south - or the Countryside Cafe - which has catfish and bbq pulled-pork that is beyond yummy).

Music is booked by the park and includes some of today's best up and coming singer/songwriters. (Check out Adam Pope and Paul Hill - both super-talented.)

And here's the kicker...the event (which runs from 6PM-9PM) is just $9 per person!!! :-)

Talk about clean...

Not only is the entire park beautiful and well-maintained, the bathhouses and laundry facilities are spotless!!!

Talk about a great place to hook-up with family and friends along the way...

The park has four cabins which can be rented.

Talk about pet-friendly...

The Zaborowski's have created a wonderful environment for dogs, and two of the granddaughters offer dog walking services as well.

And let's talk location, location, location...

Nashville Country RV Park is in Goodlettsville, which is just about 12 miles north of downtown Nashville. You're tucked into a tiny valley, surrounded by the gorgeous Tennessee Hills.


It's Your Turn, D. D. Scott-ville Peeps: Tell us about a few of your fave RV Resort Parks...

The Best of RV-ing Wishes --- D. D. Scott












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    1. We are having the time of our lives, Talli!!! Cheers, my friend!!! I wish we could drive The Muse (that's what we named our rig) across the pond and visit you!!! :-)

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