2015 Montana, Calgary Stampede, Icefield Parkway travel blog

Nashville, TN - Seven Points Campground - site 41

Nashville, TN - Seven Points Campground - site 41, another view

Nashville, TN - Seven Points Campground - site 41, and another

Nashville, TN - Seven Points Campground - site 41, view of the...

Adairsville, GA to Nashville, TN 0 - our route - 198 miles

Adairsville, GA to Nashville, TN 1 - it rained most of the...

Adairsville, GA to Nashville, TN 2 - after just entering Tennessee, we...

Adairsville, GA to Nashville, TN 3 - more comstruction

Adairsville, GA to Nashville, TN 4 - we were alongside the Tennessee...

Adairsville, GA to Nashville, TN 5 - and in the mountains a...

Adairsville, GA to Nashville, TN 6 - dogwoods and redbuds are just...


It was a rainy, dreary 198 mile trip from Adairsville, GA to Nashville, TN. It rained most of the way and the traffic was absurdly heavy through Chattanooga, but we made it to the campground in good shape and our site is wonderful as usual.

We are staying at the Seven Points Campground which is a Corp of Engineer campground on the shore of the J. Percy Priest Reservoir just east of Nashville. This is our third stay at this campground and this site in particular. It is a very large, heavily shaded site with 50 amps and water. There is a dump station on the way out. We have very good Verizon and I was able to set up the tripod satellite dish on the shore of the lake without difficulty.

It has rained almost the whole time we have been here but we have still been able to have a couple of campfires and it has been an otherwise very relaxing, enjoyable stay. We did find a Redbox about 10 minutes away and caught up on a few movies as well. We head for St. Louis tomorrow for a five-night stay.

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