We spent Labor Day weekend at Seven Points Campground on Percy Priest Lake near Nashville, Tennessee. We were in town for a football game so this was less of a camping trip and more of using the camper to have a cheap place to stay. The sites were mostly shady and most were quite large. The sites along the lake front were especially nice. All sites had electric and water hook-ups. There is a dumpster for trash and a dump station for waste water located by the exit from the campground. We stayed at site #6 which was a deep, shady site, but not on the lake. Sites 11, 13, 23, 25, 31, 33 and 35 were all nice sites on the lake. Sites 3,5,6,7 and 9 were sites that we noted as being especially nice, but not on the water. Sites 15/17, 19/21, and 27/29 were paired sites on the lake. They would be nice if you were camping with someone you knew, but would be a little cozy for camping with strangers compared to the other sites. The only negative I noticed was the location of the bathhouse and restroom. There is one building with just restrooms and another building with showers and restrooms. Both are located on the side of the campground furthest from the lake. It is quite a walk from most of the sites to the facilities. However, there are several parking spots at each building if you aren't up to the walk. The facilities were clean, though a bit dated. The campground is about 30 minutes from downtown Nashville.