Two Rivers Golf Course is one of Nashville's oldest and features fast greens and open fairways. Popular with novice and experienced golfers, the par 72 course offers a fair amount of challenge. Tee times are available as early as 7am, and while a reservation is not required, it is highly encouraged. Foursomes are also encouraged, and standard course attire of collars, cuffs and soft spikes is requested.
When the mercury rises and the temperature makes you sizzle under the collar, head for Wave Country. It features a number of water slides and a wave machine that creates surf up to four-feet high. There is no better way to cool off on a hot day. The park also has picnic areas and additional recreation space for kids to toss a baseball or Frisbee when the water fun is finished. Admission: $8 for 13 and older, $7 for 12 and younger, 4 and under is free. Free parking. Rental Floats $4.
1707 Decatur Circle Franklin, TN 37067 +1 800 638 8687
When you want to see all Nashville has to offer, you need to call a professional. Nashville Express Tours has been showing visitors the best of Music City for over 25 years. Arrange for a country music lover's dream tour during Fan Farte or visit historical sites around town. They'll arrange everything: tickets, fares, and even handle accommodations. All you have to do is enjoy yourself.
Video arcades have come a long way from the days of the simple pinball machine. Virtual reality simulators and sports games keep the kids lining up for hours awaiting a chance to play. Recreation World offers an enormous number of coin operated video games guaranteed to keep your child, or yourself, occupied. The safe and friendly atmosphere makes this a fun place to play and a perfect spot to take a group of kids for a small birthday party.
3939 Old Hickory Boulevard Old Hickory Nashville, TN 37138 +1 615 847 4001
Tennessee's natural beauty is on full display at this championship public golf course. Two courses challenge golfers of all skill levels. The General's Retreat Course was designed by Gary Roger Baird and is the home of the Ladies Professional Golf Association's Sara Lee Classic. Golf Digest gives this course its highest rating. The President's Reserve Course was designed by Dennis Griffith and takes golfers along the banks of the Cumberland River. Call for tee times and fees.
Vacations are great, but the price of hotels and resorts can wreak havoc with your budget. Why not take all the comforts of home with you? Park your mobile home away from home at this full service camping center called Chad's Camping Center. Or, if you'd prefer, you can rent a fantastic trailer or camper. You will also find all the other camping gear you need-tents, gas stoves and more are available at reasonable prices.
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.
This par 70 public course, located 20 minutes north of Nashville, called Country Hills Golf Course is well maintained. Whether you are a novice or an experienced golfer, you will find the tight fairways a real challenge. The pro shop offers a full line of clubs, clothing and accessories. The 18 hole course is also available for private parties, corporate events and tournaments.
This family-oriented tour company called Sonshine Tourane offers trips to sights of historical significance. Visiting the birthplace of Andrew Jackson or some of the forts used during the United States Civil War are among the options. Plan a trip to Music Row and see where country music artists record their hit songs. Take a shopping excursion or visit the area's museums and galleries-it's all up to you. Size of group and type of tour determine cost, so call for pricing.
Nashville has a lot to offer music fans. Take the time to see it all here with the biggest tour in town. Your trip begins with a backstage tour of the Grand Ole Opry, home of country music's most famous radio broadcast. Next, climb aboard a luxury motor coach and visit the sites where country music history was made. You'll see Ryman Auditorium, the original home of the Grand Ole Opry, as well as the recording studios and record companies of Music Row. Tour prices range on the size of your group and the tour package you choose.
Located in the Belle Meade area of Nashville, Gallery One
is a boon to both the established and the upcoming artistes of the city. It promotes young talent by way of exhibitions held frequently on its premises, with a ...
This outdoor haven stretches along a sloping strip of land,
between the Cumberland River and Nashville's downtown district. During the day people stroll the many paths, enjoy afternoon picnics on the riverbank, and ride the "Foxtrot" carousel. During the ...
Before you tour the Music City, you need a game
plan. That's why this handy information center inside the Nashville Arena should be your first stop. The friendly, knowledgeable staff will help you plan activities in the city and ...