Harmony Tree Resort Overnight Stay
Harmony Tree Resorts in Nashville, Indiana
My daughter and I recently took a girls trip to Nashville, Indiana. Our goal was to go horseback riding in Brown County State Park, shop in the art stores, specialty shops, and boutiques, and eat in the delicious restaurants. When looking for a place to sleep, we came across Harmony Tree Resorts.
Harmony Tree Resort is four miles from downtown historic Nashville. At the time of our stay, Harmony Tree Resorts was about one year old, and they plan to continue expanding. At the time of our visit, we had a few choices for accommodations: a Geo Dome, a Glamping Tent, or the Sycamore Suites. While the Geo Dome was our first choice, when I booked the stay, all of the Geo Domes were reserved. We decided to book the Glamping Tent.
The Geo Domes and Glamping Tents are on wood platforms. Each have a queen bed, furniture, and they each have their own camp fire ring and firewood. There is also a community campfire area with seating, and access to a community porta john. The manager brings down a battery power pack at check in. That pack has USB ports, Bluetooth, a radio, flashlight, and it lasts 6-8 hours. (The Geo Domes and Glamping Tents do not have indoor plumbing or heat/air conditioning.)
We really enjoyed staying in the Glamping Tent. We collected kindling for our fire, and chose to bring some drier firewood over from the community firewood stack to use. We felt we had a lot of privacy, but also felt we would enjoy coming back with a big group to rent out all five tents in our area, and use the community fire area. We enjoyed the nature of the area, with deer and squirrels all around us, while still being so close to the Harmony Tree Resorts restaurant, and less than a ten minute drive to the downtown Nashville shops.
The Sycamore Suites are eleven rooms over the Sycamore Saloon – the on site restaurant. The rooms sleep 2-4 people, and all of the rooms have bathrooms. This is a great option to stay in one location with friends and family that have different tastes in accommodations.
My daughter and I stopped in town to get some supplies for overnight that we had forgotten to bring – water, matches, and gloves. When the check-out clerk asked where we were staying, she immediately recommended the restaurant at Harmony Tree Resorts, called Sycamore Saloon, for dinner. She said the locals and the people camping there were the main customers – that it hadn’t gotten out to the general tourists how good the food was yet.
I agree with her 100%. The food was FANTASTIC, the atmosphere was great, and it was mainly locals eating dinner there. There is a sports bar, family friendly feel to the restaurant, a large bar area, and a wine room. They have an event calendar indicating which nights have live music, karaoke, trivia night, and more.
We are looking forward to returning to Harmony Tree Resorts in the future when their treehouse and container cabins open, as well as their spa and hunting lodge for outdoor packages. I can’t wait to see all they offer in the future.