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Jennifer and I visited The Woodlands of Buffalo River, a 1,500-acre development being carved up into plots ranging from 10 acres to 100 acres and more.
Although RVers are the prime target audience, owners can do pretty much whatever they want with it, including constructing homes, outbuildings, multiple RV lots, or improving it however they want.
The land is beautiful and wooded, with access to nearby rivers and lakes and it is just 90 minutes west of Nashville in a recreationally rich area known as "Nashville's Big Back Yard."
Why so many want to own an RV camping site
We have been covering this emerging own your own camping site trend since early summer, when we first visited a location called the Landings in Middle Tennessee located on the banks of the Tennessee River, also known as Kentucky Lake.
We made a return visit last week, to see how it has grown, talk to owners and take the developers up on their offer to tour their newest development The Woodlands on Buffalo River, located not far away.
Here's a video of our visit: