Cedars is very family oriented.  It has everything from softball fields to tennis courts; from disc golf to a full
size pool; from horseback riding to hiking trails; from cabins to campsites.  There is a horse stable within
I have camped in both Campground 1, site 42 and twice at Campground 3, site 21.   

Campground 1 located directly behind the camper registration is geared mainly for big rigs and large
travel trailers. If you are looking for a large pull through site, this one is your choice. Campground 2 has
42 sites and spread out a little more than campground 1.  Then there is Campground 3, which has the
largest area, but the least amount of sites (30) and is limited to tents and pop-ups (due to only 20amp
service). All sites have water and electric and each campground has its own bathhouse. The camper
registration office is listed as a camp store, but the only items for sale when I first camped there were ice,
firewood and ice cream.

I was very pleased with the "Ranger activity"; meaning, the park rangers were out-and-about.  One even
walked through our campground asking how campers were doing and offering assistance in setting-up
if needed.  A first for me in my many travels.

Overall, a very nice place to camp and I would highly recommend it.  However, I would expect the park to
fill quickly during the summer months and 3 day weekends due to its closeness to Nashville.
The park has 117 campsites, all with picnic tables and grills, electric and water hookups. There are 30
tent and pop-up sites available.  Three bathhouses provide hot showers, lavatories and commodes.
There is a camp store (open seasonally), souvenir shop, laundromat and a dumping station for
self-contained camping rigs. The campground is open year-round and is available on a first-come,
first-served basis. Maximum stay is two weeks.
Park pictures
Campground 1
along the other ring facing more towards the woods.

If you have a very large rig, stay in the inner loop because most of the sites on the other ring have a
tighter pull in due to trees and some incline to their entry.

We stayed at site 42 and loved it.