FUN FAMILY CAMPING FOR ALL AGES Large campsites with water, electric & cable TV. 50 amp, pull-thru, gray water & honey wagon service. Amenities include pool, themed weekends, playground, store, laundry room, remodeled bathrooms, fishing pond & more!
Cozy RV campers and deluxe 2 bedroom RV park models available. Campers include TV, coffee maker, pots, pans and dishes. Park models have full kitchen with pots and pans, microwave, coffee pot, cable TV, heat, air conditioning, full bathroom and 8' covered porch.
cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
We are seasonal campers and we LOVE Hidden Valley! The sites are large and the other campers are friendly! The owners are awesome. Always friendly and helpful. They want everyone to be safe and have a wonderful time. The theme weekends are always a good time and keep the kids busy. They do upgrades every year and the campground keeps getting better and better (pavilion, pool, playground, restrooms, and this year a jump pad). This campground is very family friendly! The restrooms are always sparkly clean and if they aren't they take care of it promptly. We love it that they come around to collect our garbage so we don't have to do that. The new cabins are very nice too! All around it is just an awesome place to camp!
We go camping to have fun and get away from home with the kids. They do have new updated restrooms, showers, pool was redone and other minor updates. We liked the Camp Ground, but the people tend to be the problem. Seasonal camper and Owners (management) are always watching you... For example: Sitting around a fire a 10:15 with the family, owner sneaks up and tells us it past the 10:00 quit time on more than one occasion. Since when is talking quietly around a campfire among family and friends not allowed. I could see if we were being loud cranking the music, but that was not the case.. I have personally camped here for over 35 years, never had any problems. Last few years have been getting worse every visit to this campground. Talking with friends with seasonal sites and other weekend camper in our group have had the same experiences. We are finished with Hidden Valley. The other campgrounds in the area treat there guests with kindness and respect and offers a much better family camping experience.
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Response from Hidden Valley Camping Area
6/14/2017 1:46:34 PM
We are sorry that you did not have a good experience here during your last stay. Our goal is to have everyone happy with our campground. Regarding quiet hours, everyone is given a copy of our rules and policies at check-in and everyone signs that they agree to follow them. Our quiet hours are listed from 10pm to 8am. After 10pm, we will not bother anyone who is quietly sitting around a campfire talking. However, we will politely ask someone to quiet down if they are playing music or talking very loudly. We do our best to consistently enforce these rules for the benefit of all campers. We appreciate your comments and will share them with our staff.
Reviews: 137 Helpful Reviews: 119
Date of Stay: June, 2016
Like so many of the parks in this part of the country, mostly seasonal sites but most are very well maintained. This is a large park with lots of trees, a pool and horseshoe pits. The driveways are gravel (rough with too many potholes) and our site was out in a large open grassy area. We had full hookups with 50 amp electric, water and a “grey water only” drain. They offer free WiFi that was generally good. We could not get an AT&T 4G signal here. There are very nice restrooms, showers and laundry. The park is located about 5 miles south of the town of Jamestown, NY. With Passport America for 2 nights and Good Sam discount for 2 nights, we paid an average of about $26.25.
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