Quality Inn Fort Campbell
201 Auburn St.
Oak Grove, KY 42262
Phone: (270) 439-3311
Fax: (270) 439-6409
The vicinity of Kentucky and Tennessee is located in the middle of the Lake Barkley and Kentucky Lake, and is bestowed with a stellar national recreational area. Known as the Land between the Lakes National Recreation Area, it lies in close proximity of the Tennessee and Cumberland rivers. A visit to the area promises to be a stellar experiences by virtue of various activities and recreational amenities in the Woodland Nature Station. The indoor discovery center offers an enthralling experience for all ages whilst the wildlife sightings is a unique visual treat. There are planned provisions for guided hiking excursions. On the whole, the area redefines recreation in its literal sense.
Raymond Floyd's finest golf course to date is located 30 minutes north of downtown Nashville. Open to the public, Legacy Golf Course showcases the beauty of the Tennessee hillside. Tight lies and fast greens offer a real challenge to both novices and experienced players. The 18 hole course also includes a separate putting green, pro shop and driving range. After working up an appetite on the greens, enjoy a gourmet meal at the Legacy Grille.
Just north of Nashville in Kingston Springs is the winding Harpeth River. Enjoy this natural waterway and the wildlife that lives in the protected reserve along its banks by canoe. At Tip-a-Canoe, paddlers can get in the water at a reasonable price for a four hour trip. Pack a lunch, grab some friends, and make a day of it. A shuttle will transport you and your party to and from the launch area.
Get ready for a fun and wet day at Venture River Water Park. This water park has a lot of fun and kid friendly rides, including The Cliffhanger, Dueling Demon Speed Slides, and The Waloopas. If you're not into thrills there are still plenty of things to do, such as relaxing and letting the current guide you on Old Man River or renting a cabana.
RV travelers will find a full-service campsite just 30 miles northwest of Nashville. The spacious grounds of Dickson RV Park have the feel of the great outdoors, even though the city is just few miles away. Amenities include swimming pool, playground, recreation field, showers, laundry facilities and food market. Visitors may want to spend some time exploring Dickson. Surprisingly, this unassuming town boasts the Renaissance Center, a state-of-the-art facility utilizing the latest technology to promote educational programs and art exhibits.
Along the beautiful Cumberland river is this links-style golf course with 18 holes. Ted Rhodes Park & Golf Course is spread over a vast green expanse with lakes and the river that are home to turtles, fish, muskrats and beavers. A walk around the golf course could well be a trip to the natural wonders of Nashville. The Ted Rhodes Golf Course is home to the Duffers Golf Association that holds the annual tournament to support, Sickle Cell Anemia and MeHarry Hospital'. This place is open from 7a on weekdays and 6.30a on weekends.