There’s new RV Property for sale in Mid Tennessee just a few miles from the fabled Natchez Trace, offering mountaintop estate-sized properties with plenty of privacy but close enough to Music City USA to be called Nashville's Big Back Yard.
It’s called the Reserve at High Forest and five-acre properties start at $89,900, the same price we paid two years ago for our five acres in the nearby Woodlands at Buffalo River. Other parcels are available as large as 30 acres.
The Woodlands sold out earlier this year. But we recently toured this new project, and it is only 25 minutes away.
Close to the town of Hohenwald, the Reserve at High Forest has stunning views, easy, private road access, a network of trails perfect for hiking, ATVs or horseback riding, and electric and high-speed Internet availability.
Here's a video we just released of our tour, along with interviews from some of our neighboring RVers about how they use their property.
Multi-acre RV Property for Sale is hard to find
This new RV Land project is a rare find. There are very few places in the country where land like this is available in large parcels that are not all tied up in rules and regulations.
The Reserve at High Forest has no HOA and it is virtually unrestricted, meaning there is no time limit to build, and you can camp on your property in your RV as long as you want, whenever you want.
You can build your own RV pads, add outbuildings, storage, bardominiums, a mountain cottage, whatever.
It is your land, your way.
It is developed and being sold by Tennessee Land and Lakes, the same company behind the nearby Woodlands. They’ve been in business for 42 years. We found they did everything they said they would, and more.
They offer complete financing, a registered and certified survey, title work, a warranty deed, and approvals from local state and federal agencies.
Our experience in buying at the Woodlands couldn't have been easier.
We arranged an appointment with one of their land consultants and toured the property, looking at several tracts. Once we decided on the parcel we wanted, they took care of all of the details. They made it so easy.
The sale of the new RV property follows the same process.
This new RV Property for sale is in a great location
Like our land, the new RV Property for sale at the Reserve at High Forest is conveniently located near the Buffalo River, one of the best places in the mid-South for kayaking and canoeing. The small mouth bass fishing is world-renowned.
I know when we bought, a lot of people asked how we would use our property. Now, two years later, I can answer that and also share how my neighbors are using theirs.
On our property, which we named “Loblolly Ridge” because of the beautiful Loblolly pines that surround us, we installed three full hookup RV sites with 50 and 30 amp electric service.
Here’s a list of videos and stories we have done over the past 24 months about buying and owning RV land.
- The Growing Appeal of Owning RV Property
- Our RV Property at the Woodlands
- How to Live in an RV on Your Own Property
- Why RVers are Buying Land
- Exploring the Natchez Trace (near our land)
We were, of course, not the only ones who bought. A whole community of like-minded RVers has been formed. They have come from across the country. A few have chosen to move to their properties full time. Others, like us, use it as a private RV retreat, a getaway with space for friends and families to bring their RVs.
There's so much to do in Mid-Tennessee
On the video we did that tours the Reserve at High Forest, we visited several of our neighbors' properties to show how they use their land and find out what they think about it.
Everyone told us they were delighted with their decision to buy RV property. The only regret we heard was that they didn't buy earlier.
Among the activities that my neighbors take part in and that I anticipate those who purchase in the Reserve at High Forest will also do:
- Stargazing – The night sky is clear and dark, with no light pollution. I took the above photo of the Milky Way with just my iPhone.
- Hiking – There are nearby state parks, the Natchez Trace and a network of trails.
- Fishing – Besides the smallmouth bass on the Buffalo River, there are lots of largemouth bass and catfish, too, in the nearby Tennessee River.
- Kayaking and canoeing – The Buffalo River is perfect for paddlers.
- Boating – The Tennessee River is part of the Inland Waterway. It’s so big the locals call it Kentucky Lake.
- Hunting – Whitetail deer, turkey, and small game are plentiful.
- Shopping – Linden and Hohenwald offer charming shops and antiquing
- ATV riding and horseback riding – The rolling hills, trails and beautiful scenery are great for exploring.
For Jen and me, the property has become a place to unwind, decompress, and truly get away from all the craziness of our too-busy lives.
A real sense of community and neighborhood has developed. We’ve made many new friends, and when we are at our land, we often get together for campfires and cookouts.
To learn more about the Reserve at High Forest
We were very impressed with the offerings during our tour of the Reserve at High Forest. To arrange your own tour and/or to book an appointment, visit their web page at https://rvlands.net
Thanks to Tennessee Land and Lakes for inviting us out and for sponsoring this post and video!