RiverRoad RV Park & Horsecamp

(2) Reviews

1976 River Road, Chapel Hill, TN, 37034

RiverRoad RV Park & Horsecamp, located in Chapel Hill, Tennessee (40 miles from Nashville), features full hookup campsites. The park is big-rig and pull-through accessible, offers free WiFi, and allows pets.

Amenities & Activities

Campsite amenities offered include:

  • horseshoes, badminton, and volleyball

  • picnic grove
  • hiking trails

It also includes all your basic amenities like restrooms and laundry facilities.


The park is close to Nashville attractions like:

  • Grand Ol’ Opry

  • Country Music Hall of Fame

  • Opry Mills Mall

On top of all that, it's right by Duck River, lined by oak and hickory trees and home to nearly 140 species of fish! It's perfect for canoeing, rafting, tubing, and fishing.


Last Updated: 11/19/2020

RV Site

Additional charges will apply to the daily rate for use of electrical appliances. Electric Heater - $2.50 per day Washer/Dryer - $2.50 per day Electric Water Heater - $2.50 per day 2nd Air Conditioner - $1.75 per day 2nd Refrigerator/Freezer - $1.75 per day

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Deluxe Back-in Full Hookup 50 amp $20.00 $115.00 $310.00 See More
Deluxe Pull-thru Full Hookup 50 amp $22.00 $115.00
Standard Back-in Full Hookup 30 amp $18.00 $100.00 $300.00 See More
Standard Back-in w/Corral Full Hookup 30 amp $25.00
Standard Back-in w/Picket Line Full Hookup 30 amp $20.00
Standard Pull-thru Full Hookup 30 amp $20.00 $105.00
Tent Site

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Tent Site No Hookups $10.00

100 Amps

50 Amps

Big Rig Friendly

Sewer Hookups

Water Hookups


Pets Allowed







Horseback Riding



Wildlife Viewing

Family Friendly

1976 River Road, Chapel Hill, TN, 37034
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Overall Rating: 1.0

Patty Yocum

BEWARE... THIS IS A SCAM! Extremely run-down and lots of abandoned RVs. The photos you see on their web page look great, the reservation process seamless... but the RV park is a WRECK. Plus there is no signage to help you find it, which I think is part of the scam. When we finally arrived, the lady said oh I didn’t know you were coming... WHAT? We had a reservation for 2 nights, pre-paid. They charge $35, non-refundable... we lost $70 and fortunately found a spot at the HenryHorton State Park right next door, a beautiful state park. I did not see any horse accommodations, just trashy RVs and rundown buildings.

Nasty!nasty!nasty! Pam is very sweet,but she needs to clean up the campsite...