If you are thinking about hitting the open road in an RV, there is no better time than now. The summer season opens up a broad range of prime destinations to reach in your Nashville RV rental. Getting a motorhome rental in Nashville is a great way to see the city.
If you are thinking about getting an RV rental in Nashville, you can select from the different classes and types of RVs that are available. When it comes to motorhomes at RVshare, you have many styles and brands of Classes A, B and C RVs to choose from.
Class A models are the type you sometimes see serving as rock star’s tour buses. They have enough space to host eight adults and all the amenities of a luxury home on wheels. Keep in mind that they can consume up to 6 miles per gallon of gas. Many campers opt for Class C models that feature the same luxurious amenities but are built upon a pickup-truck platform.
The Class B models are luxurious vans that are super-sized to accommodate basic living needs, including things like toilets, showers, kitchens and storage space. Although Class B models are smaller, they are easily maneuverable and fuel efficient.
Camper rentals in Nashville are popular choices. These travel trailers come in a variety of sizes and shapes. You can hook them up to any heavy-duty half-ton or 1-ton pickup truck with a trailer hitch. When you are ready to explore the world beyond your RV campground, you simply unhitch your pickup truck and cruise around. If you have a car with an appropriately rated trailer hitch, you might be able to get around with an ultralight pop-up camper rental in Nashville.
The Nashville area features KOA and Yogi Bear franchises, along with many other great campgrounds, such as Two Rivers, Anderson Road, Clarksville RV Park and Fall Hollow RV Park. When you are traversing the country in an RV, it is always pleasant to spend time camped out in a region. This provides you with the opportunity to meet the locals and see the sights.
It makes sense to stop in an RV park that charges anywhere from $30 to $60 a day with full hookups and amenities. Most campgrounds have scenic views, hiking trails, water, electric, sewer, bathhouses, restrooms and fishing spots. Some also have perks like Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, game rooms and swimming pools. Staying in a campground is much cheaper than a hotel and allows you to cook your own meals for the family instead of spending on restaurants. Plus, you can practically live at one of these campsites for an entire season while paying a low monthly rate.
If you are in Tennessee, you should visit the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which is the most visited park in America. The diversity of wildlife, ancient mountain ranges and beauty of the foliage make this a hot destination.
Falls Creek, Roan Mountain, Rock Island, Radnor Lake, Burgess Falls, Panther Creek and Frozen Head are just a few of the beautiful state parks in Tennessee. The summertime temperatures make it enjoyable to spend hours playing around outdoors in these parks.
You might decide to take a short flight or road trip in a rental car during your RV vacation. Instead of leaving your RV at a campsite unattended, you always have the possibility of keeping it in storage. RV storage sites are all over the Nashville area, and they serve as affordable and safe places to park your RV. You won't have to worry about someone breaking into your RV rental or vandalizing it when you’re away. Choose from companies like Cube Smart, iStorage, Life Storage, Go Store It, US Storage Centers, Cool Springs Self Storage and many more.
Most RV parks and campgrounds have dumpstations. If you can't find a campground nearby, you can always stop at East Convenience Center, Ezell Pike Convenience Center, Waste Management - Southern Services C&D Landfill or Residential Waste and Recycling Facilities.
Don't let another Independence Day pass by without a big celebration. Take a trip to Music City to experience the largest collection of honky-tonks in the U.S. when they’re filled to capacity and spilling out into the streets. Check out the RVshare trip planner to get a head start on your summer holiday plans.
If it’s your first time in Nashville, you’ve got to check out the Grand Ole Opry. A bit more off the beaten path is Nashville’s Parthenon. This structure is a full-size replication of the Athenian Temple of ancient Greece. The Nashville Zoo is a wonderful place to spend some family time, and music fans shouldn’t miss the Johnny Cash Museum that honors the music and life of the Man in Black.
When it comes to entertainment, you can't do much better than Music City. Simply taking a stroll on the Broadway strip will provide you with an unforgettable experience. You will find bars that feature live music acts without any cover charge. These bar bands are class acts who often go on to become national stars. When it comes to sports, you can find everything from Nashville Predators ice hockey and Tennessee Titans football to motocross and monster truck events in Nashville.
Interstates 40, 65, 24, 75, and 81 all pass through Tennessee. You’ll spend most of your time driving on Interstate 40 unless you are coming up from the south. Interstate 40 takes you from Memphis to Knoxville and will lead you near Asheville, NC, if you keep following it.