Area Attractions

The Greenways of Nashville is a trail system of over 44 multiuse paved miles throughout Nashville. An entrance to this trail system is located near the Two Rivers Mansion.
The Hermitage is the home of President Andrew Jackson and one of our nations most authentically preserved early presidential sites.
Wave Country is currently one of two wave-action pools in Nashville and it normally opens for it’s summer season on Memorial Day weekend which also traditionally marks the beginning of summer fun in Middle Tennessee and remains open through Labor Day Weekend.
The General Jackson Showboat…you’ll cruise the Cumberland River and enjoy a seated dinner and stage show aboard the largest showboat in the world. Hotel pick-up and drop-off is included with this tour. The General Jackson Dinner Cruise is one of the most popular activities in Nashville.
The Grand Ole Opry is a weekly country music stage concert in Nashville, Tennessee that has presented the biggest stars of the genre since 1925. It is also among the longest-running broadcasts in history since its beginnings as a one-hour radio “barn dance” on WSM-AM. Dedicated to honoring country music and its history, the Opry showcases a mix of legends and contemporary chart-toppers performing country, bluegrass, folk, comedy, and gospel.
Music Valley Drive…some of the most unique Nashville attractions are located here. Put your hands & feet in the footprints of some of Nashville’s biggest stars on the Walkway of the Stars! We’re only minutes from downtown Nashville, just off Briley Parkway at Exit #12.
Two Rivers Golf Course continues to be a municipal course favorite. Please join us for a great golfing experience.
Gaylord Opryland is minutes away from downtown Nashville and reflects traditional Southern hospitality with its assorted range of rooms and facilities. Guests can choose from the list of rooms that includes suites and units with garden atrium views.
Two Rivers Skate Park is the best public concrete skatepark in Nashville. Favorite among some pro bowl riders. Contains the infamous “GENERAL” pool. Parks flows in extremely well in both bowl and street sections… good vibes, cool locals.
Built in 1807-1809, The Buchanan Log House is on the National Register of Historical Places. Operated by the Buchanan Log House Chapter of the Association for the Preservation of Tennessee Antiquities (APTA), the log home is the oldest historic site in the Donelson-Hermitage community.


Nashville Shores is a complete water part on Percy Priest Lake in Nashville. There are activities for families and groups.