Two Rivers Campground

2616 Music Valley Drive, Nashville, Tennessee, 37214, United States | Campground
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Location

This campground, located in the Nashville Airport area of Nashville, is near Cooter's Garage, Ernest Tubb Record Shop, Grand Old Golf & Games, and Music Valley Wax Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Nashville

    Athens Of The South

    A travel blog entry by liamandkelsey on Sep 07, 2012

    ... of our hostel. Perfect timing! We spent a little while deciding what to eat for dinner until eventually settling on Japanese at a restaurant around the corner. We both munched on edamame while waiting for our meals. Kelsey ended up with a couple of servings of seaweed salad and a pumpkin sushi roll, and I had a nice big bowl of ramen. With full bellies, we retired to our room early, watched Constantine, and then went straight to sleep.
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    Civil War tour day 39

    A travel blog entry by bmitch7774 on May 28, 2011

    ... Among the wounded was Capt. Tod Carter, the middle son of the family. We observed numerous bullet holes in the siding of the house and also two out buildings. The two out buildings are the two most damaged Civil War buildings in existence in the US today.

    Our last stop of the day was the Carnton Plantation. This home was built in 1826 by Randal & Sarah McGavock, in Williamson County, Tennessee. It was built on 1,420 acres of land. ...

    Day 6

    A travel blog entry by traci1970 on Sep 17, 2010

    23 photos

    ... the center of the city's nightlife and serviced the hotels, restaurants, and saloons fronting on Fourth Avenue, which was known as the Men's Quarter in the late nineteenth century. Think of London's Soho a few years ago. More disturbing to us were the signs in many of the windows instructing patrons to leave their guns at home (picture below).

    A short stroll down the street took us back to the Cumberland River and we took a look ...

    9/7/96

    A travel blog entry by nyckelly3 on Sep 07, 1996

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    (Saturday)

    Here we are for a soundcheck at the outdoor Nashville, TN show waiting to help set up because today is our “freebee” show. So much has happened in these two days that I’m afraid to think of how long I’ll be writing. But here goes…

    After the Gainesville show we drove into Georgia before crashing at a wayside in Cook County (pulled up right next to Wisconsin people!). Woke up around 9:00am (bad night’s sleep) and hit the ...