Friday, June 30, 2017

Seven Points Campground

We arrived here on June 18 for 3 nights.  This is a Corps of Engineering  (COE park) located on J Percy Priest Dam 35 minutes from the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tenn.; and I have never been disappointed at any of their parks.  This one is no exception.  We had 50 amp electric and water.  No sewer connection at our site but a dump station was available upon exit of the park, although it was a little tight for my 40 foot rig.  I smartly decided not to hook up our toad until after dumping.  That said, we had a shared waterfront site on J Percy Priest Dam.  We had to back up about 60 feet on a shared driveway before it split into 2 separate sites.  Great if you are with friends in another rig, but still far enough away for privacy.  It was fully treed and I did not even try to get satellite, but did get programming on over the air TV and had cell service.   We had two private sandy beaches to choose from our site and a public swimming area was a short walk away.  I put my kayak in at our site and took it out 3 times while there.  The water was very warm, about 78 degrees.  (warmer than our pool when we left home).  We paid $13 per night with our America the Beautiful pass and I rate this park P****, a sewer connection at our site would bring it up to a full 5 stars.  I would love to spend a full week at this park.

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