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Winter Camp Vibes Heating Up at Bobby

Did you think that because summer has come and gone that camping season is over? Not at the Bobby Nashville. Camp Bobby is staking a claim to the most coveted rooftop in Nashville.

Camp Bobby returns to the hotel rooftop this winter. From November 2, 2023 to February 18, 2024, you can take part in an unforgettable themed winter expedition.

As is tradition, the space is transformed into a vintage winter wonderland suspended 10 stories above the downtown Arts District. Igloos light up under the stars, bartenders serve campfire-inspired cocktails and a DJ spins tunes in the adult “mess hall.” If Music City’s air is chilly, you can bundle up in a comfy, retro blanket while taking in the larger-than-life, camp-themed décor. Take your photo by the log swing or play custom-made outdoor games.

And, of course, like any outing by a campfire, there are ample opportunities to eat and drink. Menu items may sound like camp traditions, and they are all served with the signature Bobby culinary twist. Consider ordering foil fries, Dutch oven brisket chili nachos, potato skins and a spinach dip served in a skillet. Keep toasty by sipping signature cocktails, including an adult hot cocoa with a kick. And, of course, no camping experience is complete without DIY s’mores (either cook them by the fire or order them in a themed cocktail).

To make the most of the camp experience, it’s best to make a reservation (just like a campsite in a campground at the height of summer). Igloos can be booked in 90-minute increments for a $25 reservation fee. The Camp Bobby bus can be booked for two hours for a $100 reservation fee. Each igloo can seat up to six people; the bus can seat up to 12 people. Click here for details on food and beverage minimums.

Camp Bobby will be open seven nights a week.