About the Park
Cedars of Lebanon State Park is located in Wilson County and is part of the Cedars of Lebanon State Forest. 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.
The 1,139-acre park has 117 campsites equipped with picnic tables and grills, electric and water hookups. There are an additional 30 tent and pop-up campsites available. A modern group lodge, open year-round for organized groups, has a total sleeping capacity of 80 people.
Find a campsite for your next adventure. Cedars of Lebanon is a perfect destination for RV camping near Nashville.
Enjoy a cabin stay less than an hour from Nashville. The park rents two cabin types that can sleep 2-5 people.
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