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Cedars of Lebanon State Park, Lebanon, TN

Park Review (out of 10.0)


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Park Info                     

Cedars of Lebanon State Park

5070 Murfreesboro Road

Lebanon, TN 37090

Latitude: 36.094540

Longitude: -86.335870


Open all year.

Date(s) of Stay

October 31 – November 1, 2019


20/30/50 Amp, Water, Dump Station, and 3 Spots Have Full-Hookup

Wi-Fi:  We were there for just one night, and did not test out the wi-fi.

No Cable TV, but lots of local stations came in via antenna

Showers, Restrooms, Laundry Room

Swimming Pools, Playgrounds, Disc Golf, Hiking, Biking

Daily RV Rates

We paid $33.56 for one night (which includes a $5 Reservation Fee and taxes) for 30 amp, pull-through, electric/water – Loop 1, Site 41.

Rate Discounts for

Senior Citizens, State Employee, and Handicap (25% off)

Big Rig Friendly?

We were in the camper van (24′), but had we been in the 42′ motor coach, we would have needed to ensure they had a site large enough (and probably pull-thru) to accomadate us. So if you’re a big rig, call and speak with someone ahead of time.


Do NOT use the 328 Cedar Forest Road address to enter this park. Instead, use the address listed above: 5070 Murfreesboro Road.


We stayed here just one night, and that is my only regret about coming to Cedars of Lebanon State Park. I would love to come back here for a week of R&R!

Situated just over 30 miles east of downtown Nashville, their website explains their name: “The park is named for eastern red cedar trees found throughout the area. The trees reminded early American settlers of the famed Biblical cedar forests that thrived across Mount Lebanon in what is now the Mediterranean area. Cedars of Lebanon became a state park in 1955.”

All sites include electric, water, a picnic table, and grill. Our site — Loop 1, 41, was spacious and asphalted. My only complaint regarding Site 41 is its distance from the bathhouse. In fact the bathhouses for each of the three loops seem inconveniently located for most but the few near them.

Because we were here for such a short time, we didn’t get a chance to test out the wi-fi. But we did do a channel search for antennae TV stations and got a boatload of them, which was nice.

We’ll definitely need to come back so we can do a more thorough review. Until then, please send us a comment on your thoughts of this park if you’ve stayed here. We’d love your input!