Very nice park; staff friendly but sometimes hard to communicate with as they did not speak good english. Looked like lots of fun to be had riding inner tubes on the river; water too cold this early in the year.
Wi-fi seldom worked, campstore very poorly stocked unless you only wanted beer or wine, campstore hours were very limited even in the summer time or during holiday weekends. During our stay winds were very strong and dead palm tree branches were blowing out of the trees and into campers. It would have appeared that the trees were not being trimmed properly.
This park was very, very nice. The staff was extremely helpful; the park was extremely clean. As for not seeing any families or children; we were just at the park and saw plenty of families and children. This park has a program that caters to families and children, but the park is big enough that you don't feel bothered by the noise if you don't want to be. As for the size of the sites being small. Again, I totally disagree with that review. Almost every site in the park is 60' long and all of them are 30' wide; just like their advertising says. We have a very large fifth wheel that is 38' long with 3 large slides plus our tow vehicle and we had plenty of room on our site. We also saw plenty of other larger fifth wheels and motor homes that ranges from 35'- 40' and they had plenty of room too. And ALL sites are pull-through making it wonderfully easy to get in and out of the sites and around the park. I think anyone traveling to Nashville should seriously make up their own mind about this park and it's staff by staying with them. You won't be disappointed.