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Nashville Shores Lakeside Resort

4001 Bell Road

Nashville Shores features more than a million gallons of water fun. Experience Kowabunga Beach, a massive, four-story water treehouse and sprayground. Brave the waves in Breaker Bay, an ocean-sized wave pool and don't miss Castaway Creek, Tennessee's widest lazy river - an incredible 17 feet wide. Blast at speeds of 35 mph down the exhilarating Music City Racer or plunge down thrilling water slides like The Big Scream. There is all-day, all-you-can-play water fun for everyone.
Brave the waves in Breaker Bay, an ocean-sized wave pool where you can hang ten on massive waves or relax by the shore.
The Wave Pool encompasses more than 25,000 square feet and features the patented WaveTek system capable of producing five different wave patterns creating rolling waves up to four feet.
Enjoy a relaxing ride with family and friends on Castaway Creek, the more than 1,000 foot long, lazy river. The first lazy river ever constructed in Middle Tennessee is also the widest in the state - an impressive 17 feet wide!
Other highlights include geysers, a waterfall and spray features to help keep guests refreshed on hot summer days.
Four stories tall, utilizes thousands of gallons of water in more than 70 interactive features including 4 colorful water slides, a giant bucket that tips hundreds of gallons of water every few minutes, water jets, bridges, tunnels, and dozens of other water play elements.
Kids of all ages love getting splashed with the Giant Bucket of Fun. Close to 500 gallons of refreshing water is unleashed approximately every five minutes to cool you off and drench you on a hot, summer day.


Sierra Norman

Tuesday, July 10, 2018
This place is so much fun! I’ve had several season passes and I will probably buy another. The food and drinks are overpriced, but I go to swim. I’m glad they let you bring in water bottles though. I wish they still had the ferry boat that was there a few years ago that was my favorite. I feel pretty safe at Nashville shores, there are a lot of workers and for the most part you can leave your stuff out. I haven’t had anything stolen yet. Anyways always remember sunscreen

Mark Jaycock

Monday, July 9, 2018
Had an amazing stay for a couple of nights during our travels from Ontario to Florida. Sites were nice, good size, services were good, and staff were wonderful and friendly! Had a great little store as well. Its connected to what looks like an amazing water park although it was early in the season so it wasn't open when we were there. A pleasant stay if only for a short bit, would definitely go back!

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Tuesday, July 3, 2018
An ok option if wanting to swim and cool off. I wouldn't suggest going on the weekends, way over crowded. If you get there b4 the doors open is best for weekend swimming. During the week is good and normally when we go. Not so congested, more pleasant atmosphere.

Hunter Borash

Monday, June 11, 2018
Our family enjoyed the time spent there. Purchased parking and tickets online for easier and more convenient access, which it definitely provided. We arrived around 11-11:30 and had plenty of parking and easy moving around the area and park. Around noon time and after lunch, the amount of visitors definitely picked up. Only thing I was bummed about, was not being able to buy any floaties there (they do offer life jackets). So if you have some at home, bring them along!


Friday, June 22, 2018
We have RVd for 35 years and this is the worst place we have ever stayed. We were given the spot right next to the dumpster, which was never emptied the whole time we were there, even after complaining. I cannot adequately explain to you the stench we had to endure! Not once could we enter or exit our RV without holding our noses! RVs within five sites of number one could smell the stench, as well. Be sure if you decide to stay at this dump that you say you will not accept site one. It is right next to the wash house, also, and people will constantly be in front of your RV door. Our vehicle would not even fit properly on the site. I cannot say strongly enough how much we hated this place, and truly hope you do not make the same mistake we did.

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