Nashville Shores Lakeside Resort attracts a variety of families with its varied recreation areas, including a waterpark, aerial adventure park, and marina. The waterpark is an ideal place to cool down, featuring a wave pool, lazy river, and a number of slides. Those who want to stay dry can opt for a game of volleyball or a trip across the lake on the Nashville Shoreliner, a steamboat-like cruiser. The wooded treetop park is designed for thrill-seekers, with 10 ziplines, cargo nets, ladders, and Tarzan jumps. You can take advantage of the attraction's lakeside location by renting a jet ski or pontoon boat. Keen anglers should pack their fishing gear to bring home some of Percy Priest Lake's delicacies. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Nashville Shores Lakeside Resort and many more Hermitage attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Hermitage route builder .
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Nashville Shores Lakeside Resort Reviews
We came to Nashville Shores for a two day stop and stayed in one of their lake shore cabins. Upon checking in, we proceeded to bring our luggage to the cabin. Upon entering we discovered the bed hadn'... more »
We stayed 1 week on a lakefront lot. Beautiful view but there is a chain li k fence between you site and the lake. Sites are a bit tight but level concrete pads. .check in was very friendly. Good Wi-F... more »
Nashville shores is always a great time. First I would recommend stopping at the nearest McDonald's because they're always giving away a discounted coupon. Bring change for one of the lockers, because... more »
My family and I had a great time!! We went on a Monday, so it wasn't super crowded, the lines for the slides were only 10 minutes or so. We rented a cabana, something that is definitely worth the money because we had a "base camp" which made getting back together easy. The only reason I rated 4 stars is because it is kind of pricy, and you can't bring any outside food or drinks. I recommend buying your tickets online because they were cheaper.
We had a blast having 4 children that were all aged 1, 6, 8, and 8. Parking wasn't a hassle but was $10 (or you could purchase online for $8 I think). We purchased our tickets online along with a cabana near Kowabunga island for the children convenience. Everything was great including the fact of not having to stand in line for food since the cabana comes with a private staff that brings it to you. The only thing that kept me from giving it 5 stars is that the food was very pricey!! But what are you going to do given the fact you can't bring your own food inside the park. Otherwise, I would definitely visit again. I also posted a picture of the cabana since the website or the reviews doesn't offer a descent one.
We had a party of 12 people, everyone had a blast. There was so much to do so no one got bored. Every area was easily accessible and it was busy but not super crowded. The food is pricey for simple food choices. The only complaint we had was the youngest wanted to go on the big slides and he was taller than the line at the bottom. So he stood in line (20 mins) and got to the top to be told he was too little. They should have someone at the bottom to save us a lot of time.
Be warned if you stay at the RV park! They have no pool and apparently no beach access! They want you to pay extra for access to the water park! We haven't made it to the RV park yet and I am already hating this place! I will find some other water park to spend my money, even if it costs more. Those who stay at the campground should have free access to water park. Sites are 50 to 65 a night!
This place is so much fun. The season passes and the added meal plans are a good value. Especially if you can go after work as they are open until 7 during the week. We can't wait to attend the Dive in Movies. It is fun for thr whole family.
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