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Known as “The City by the Lake”, Hendersonville is one of the largest cities in Tennessee. It draws a massive country music crowd every year, and for good reason. Since it’s within such close proximity to Nashville, one of the largest music capitals in the nation, Hendersonville roars with excitement all year long. Johnny Cash himself played and lived in Hendersonville, and there’s even a street named after him.

If you’re into country music shows, or you just want to enjoy a heavily influential place in Tennessee’s history, then Hendersonville is a great place to start. When you book an RV in Hendersonville, getting around should be a breeze, and it’s not a bad place to begin your journey if you haven’t driven one before. With all the road congestion left behind in Nashville, here, the highways are much easier to navigate.

Although Hendersonville started off as a small town, it quickly grew to be one of the largest cities in Sumner County. The Old Hickory Dam brought in loads of tourists, anglers, and families who loved spending their summers on the reservoir. Spending days on the lake and nights listening to live music, it’s no wonder that Hendersonville became such a popular destination at such a rapid pace. This vibrant suburb of Nashville is just as scenic and spirited today, and there’s no better way to tour it than by booking an RV rental in Hendersonville.

Outdoor Exploration Near Hendersonville

When you book a camper rental in Hendersonville, the beautiful South Cumberland State Park is a must see. Heading 100 miles southeast in the Hendersonville RV rental will land you in this amazingly scenic landscape that’s home to some of the most beautiful waterfalls in the United States. It also has a few breathtaking hikes to keep you entertained while exploring the park.

Rent an RV in Hendersonville, and you can head just over 100 miles to the southeast to explore Fall Creek Falls State Park. As the name states, there are a number of waterfalls throughout the park. If you’re a person who loves swimming, the hot summers of Tennessee can provide the perfect weather, and here you’ll find many secret swimming holes to splash in and cool off.

RV Parks in Hendersonville

Renting an RV in Hendersonville is easy enough, but finding an RV park in the area can be a little tough. There aren’t very many RV parks within the city limits, however, if you travel east for about 15 miles you’ll end up within proximity of plenty of them. Cages Bend Campground is on the shores of Old Hickory Lake. It’s a great destination for families looking to enjoy the water all day before relaxing during the calm, cool nights.

On the opposite side of the Cumberland River is the Cedar Creek Campground. This park could be a good choice for travelers looking to enjoy a quiet day on the river. Since it’s a good distance from Nashville, and on the other side of the river from Hendersonville, this campground tends to be pretty low-key. It’s also wide open, which means that it’s very easy to access, regardless of the size of the Hendersonville motorhome rental.

Exploring the City of Hendersonville

Take some time during the Hendersonville camper rental vacation to check out the sites around town. A diverse blend of varied landscape, historical significance, culture, and Southern charm, Hendersonville is a place that begs to be explored.

The city of Hendersonville has done an extraordinary job of blending city attractions seamlessly into its scenic landscape and Drakes Creek Park is a prime example. This massive green space in the midst of the city is packed with playgrounds, creekside paths, and plenty of waterfowl. Wander across the wooden bridge, feed the ducks, or relax under a canopy of towering trees. There are multiple children’s play spaces planted around the park, and lots of spots to sit down and enjoy a picnic.

In the heart of town, make a stop at Hendersonville Memorial Gardens and pay your respects at the burial sites of Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash. Get a glimpse into some of Tennessee’s past at the Historic Rock Castle. Here, you can take a tour of the pristinely preserved property of General Daniel Smith and Sarah Michie Smith, or partake in one of the many events that this historical home hosts throughout the year.

When you rent a motorhome in Hendersonville, TN, you’ll find a variety of tastes and dining experiences to enjoy throughout the city. Dine on seafood along the shore of the Cumberland River, crack into some Cajun-style options, or seek out American comfort foods at a pizza or burger joint. Mexican, Italian, and Chinese cuisines are well-represented around town, too.

Book an RV rental in Hendersonville, TN, and get ready to tour this proud Tennessee city packed with history and small-town charm.

RV Rentals in Hendersonville, TN

Hendersonville, TN is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Hendersonville. Outdoorsy's Hendersonville RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

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Nearby to Hendersonville are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area, Vogel State Park, and Grundy Forest State Natural Area.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Mossy Ridge Trail Nashville Tennessee
Volunteer Trail Hermitage Tennessee
Walls of Jericho Trail Hytop Alabama
Virgin Falls Trail Sparta Tennessee
Cummins Falls Trail Cookeville Tennessee
Fiery Gizzard Trail to Raven's Point Tracy City Tennessee
Fall Creek Trail Spencer Tennessee
Burgess Falls Trail Baxter Tennessee
Machine Falls Loop Trail Tullahoma Tennessee
Stone Door Trail Beersheba Springs Tennessee

Nearby Dumpstations

Rest Stop

Welcome Center NB Franklin, KY 42134
Northbound, 21 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap (R)

G Truck Wash

2940 Scottsville Road Franklin, KY 42134
truck wash

Pacific Pride Commercial

726 E. Cedar St. Franklin, KY 42134
Network Super Plus, Blue Card, Network Card

Rest Stop

Rest Area NB Franklin, KY 42134
Northbound, 60 truck parking spaces, Truck Haven, Restrooms, Vending (R)

Pacific Pride Commercial

3855 Nashville Road Franklin, KY 42134
Network Super Plus

Throughbred RV Sales

201 Thurston Dr. Russellville, KY 42276
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation (SR) (D)

Trailer World, Inc.

800 Three Springs Rd. Bowling Green, KY 42104
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation (SR) (D)

Candys Campers

5905 Veterans Memorial Hwy Scottsville, KY 42164
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation, Rentals, Keystone (D) (SR)

Pacific Pride Commercial

300 S. Main St. Franklin, KY 42134
Network Super Plus, Blue Card, Network Card

Rest Stop

Rest Area WB Oak Grove, KY 42262
Westbound, 45 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pets, Handicap (R)

Nearby Campgrounds

Cages Bend Campground

campground Gallatin, TN
Cages Bend Campground is located on Old Hickory Lake near Hendersonville, Tennessee. The facilities are available for campers and day visitors. The campground is in a scenic area that is perfect for relaxing and enjoying the many attractions in the vicinity. All of the sites for campers have electric and water hookups that meet accessibility standards. In addition, there are laundry facilities on the premises. The campground has a playground for families, a boat ramp for easy access to the lake, showers, and a group picnic shelter. This is a great place to have a wonderful time on the water of Old Hickory Lake, a 22,500 acre reservoir. Swimming and sailing on the lake is an enjoyable way to spend some time with the entire family. There are white-tailed deer, migratory song birds, and waterfowl flying around the area. This is an excellent place for people interested in birding and wildlife photography.

Clarksville RV Park and Campground

campground Clarksville, TN
Are you looking for an RV park which is friendly and welcoming? If so, you won't go far wrong choosing the Clarksville RV Park and Campground. It's much more than a parking lot for your RV, and the staff here are all very friendly and make you feel at home. It is situated just outside historic Clarksville and isn't far from Nashville and Port Campbell, so there are great opportunities for sightseeing. Why not visit The Land Between the Lakes Recreation Area or the Mammoth Caves. Alternatively, why not head to Nashville for a little country music. The park offers full hookups, including electricity, water, and sewage. There is also free WiFi, restrooms and showers, and a general store. It's a great place to relax if you don't feel like going out. There is a swimming pool here, as well as a children's playground, and there are picnic tables at every site. Don't hesitate to book this park. It will be a home away from home.

Louisville Metro KOA

campground Clarksville, TN
A perfect base camp for exploring the regions attractions, this KOA is only 10 minutes from downtown Louisville. You'll have access to amenities such as: free Wi-Fi, snack bar, full hookups and digital cable TV at every RV site. The park is located next to a pool and water park. As with all KOA parks this one is a great family friendly choice for RV rental trip/

Shady Acres RV Park l

campground Lebanon, TN
Shady Acres RV Park located in Lebanon Tennessee is approximately 2 miles from Interstate 40. Lebanon is 31.6 miles northeast of Murfreesboro. Shady Acres is celebrating their 25th year in 2016, locally owned and operated since 1991 by Charlie and Martha Dornan of Lebanon Tennessee. They welcome visitors from all parts of the country for a wonderful camping experience. Shady Acres offers on site laundry facilities, 30 or 50 amp electrical service, as well as on site storage for our extended stay campers. Lebanon is due east of Nashville and an ideal location for venturing into Nashville, Murfreesboro, and other areas of central Tennessee. The Smokey Mountains are less than 2 hours away as well. Guests at Shady Acres are only minutes away from local dining and shopping in Lebanon. Shady Acres will provide a smaller, intimate RV camping experience away from the hustle and bustle of some of the other Nashville RV camps.

Lost River Cave

attraction Bowling Green, KY
Imagine taking a boat tour inside a cave, where a natural butterfly habitat thrills awaiting guests and there are many historical sights to see. This is just one of the many hidden attractions Bowling Green is known for, and is something the whole entire family can enjoy. Lost River Cave is even touted to be the shortest and deepest river in the world, according to Ripley?s Believe it or Not, making it a natural wonder you just have to see. Guided boat tours allow you to explore the underground river and learn about its rich history, while the land tour that goes along the river teaches you about Native Americans, earlier colonial times, and much more. Not only is this a tour that is unique and unforgettable, it?s educational in ways that kids can love. The underground part of the tour is a cozy 57 degrees year-round, making it a great destination to beat the Kentucky heat.

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