I called several times for a reservation for a 45 foot motor coach and tow and was not intending to unhook the tow. We were booked for a pull-thru premium site. We had to unhook the tow as the dirt roads were to narrow and bumpy. There were no signs for this RV resort and the trees have grown over the street sign. There were tents packed in all the river front sites, boats and trailers, fifth wheels, and trucks everywhere else. Our premium site was all the way in the back of the park in an open field looking at a scrap pile. It is not big rig friendly nor are the pull-thrus made for big rigs. We could not open any slides due to a tree and a truck parked where it should not be - in our site. When the boaters arrived back to their sites, the loud party continued till after one in the morning. A word to the wise....Pass this one by. - Touring USA
This is a very quiet park in January. With all the permanent recreational residents with boats and jet skies, it's probably a totally different story in July. We camped in one of the pull through sites in the back. We really enjoyed our stay. Had some great walks along the Colorado River. The facilities were nice, everything worked great. - Nordic Sun
Nothing special but certainly OK for a stopover. 6 miles off the interstate. If you have a boat or watercraft they have a launch ramp right into their private lagoon and then on to the Colorado river. - User1132
We were supposed to stay 3 nights at Hidden Beach Resort. We left after two nights. The camp ground sites available for non- permanent campers were pretty bad. We spent thirty minutes trying to decide which one was the less terrible. We wanted full hook up so staying right by the river was not an option as those sites do not have sewer. We picked one that had decent shade and grass. We had a nice view of an old permanent trailer full of spider webs. The other view was old tarps covering yet another semi-permanent camper. The sewer and water hook up is in the middle of two sites, meaning that since all the sites to the left were taken, we were stuck with using a very long extension for both sewer and water, going through our site. Lucky us, there is an awesome Kmart in Blythe and we didn't have to buy anything in their over priced little store (but that is understandable, these stores are just made for emergencies).
Besides the lame sites, the lame views, there is just nothing to do for kids at all! The water level of the river was too high so there is no way for them to go near the water. The beach is hidden...we didn't find it.
If you have no kiddos, take a front site with the river and enjoy the calm. If you have kids, keep driving to the real beaches, Blythe is a boring farming town with not even a little park for kids to play. The Resort is not fitted for young families. There are no picnic tables, no fire pits.
The staff was courteous. The maintenance guys came right away to trim a branch for us, they were young men doing service for their church and helping out.
Hidden Beaches, we didn't enjoy playing hide and seek the fun! - Muche
No cable, weak WiFi except near office. No sewer in pull thru sites but a truck comes 2x a week to empty tanks. Pull thru and riverfront sites fairly spacious. Pretty setting on the Colorado River. Riverfront sites have a lovely terrace w/ picnic table. Add'l picnic tables along riverfront. A lot of full time residents. - lovinretirement
NOT BIG RIG FRIENDLY. Definitely have to unhook and can't make all the turns easily within the park. Most are impossible with a 40'. I think we are on the riverfront but a fence blocks the view. Really out of the way, not sure I'd stay here again. Lot of permanent "structures" of one sort or another. I wouldn't stay here again. - Dutch Star 40
Rate reflects Passport America Discount. We stayed when the park was not very full. If you came here during their peak season sites would be very close together. Campground is on a grassy field and fairly easy to level. Site were not long enough to leave the truck / trailer attached. This was okay for a one night stopover, but would not be my first choice for a longer stay. Verizon, AT&Tm and Sprint all had very weak coverage for data and phone at this park. - DRFink
The rate is for a primitive site. We love to find places like this a few miles off the interstate. Very quiet at night. No generators allowed, we love that concept. Airplane noise as of 6:30 in the morning. Most dry camping sites are for smaller RVs except for #1 and #10, which are easy to back in to. However, watch out for some bent trees when making your turns inside the park. There was a picnic table, but no fire pit. Site was about level. Our Verizon worked well. Wi-Fi is offered, but we didn't try. We'll bookmark this park for an overnight stay when traveling again in this area. - TheSchweitzers
End site with great views. All grass camp area. Weekly and monthly rates excellent. Bumpy interior roads. Passably clean restrooms. Odd dump station, honey wagon weekly. Next year we'll stay for a month. - diceshooter60
Great place to stay for long term. The people are friendly. The golf course is the main activity, but lots of other things to do. I played bridge 3 times a week. There was bingo, 4 wheeling, biking, other card games, various exercise classes. We will be going back next season. The price is based on a monthly rental. We rented from an owner. - User1213
This is a great place to stay if you like to golf. It is situated on the Blythe Municipal Golf Course. However, if you do not like to golf, there isn't much else to do in the area. The resort itself is very nice and well maintained. The lots are individually owned and you rent from the owner. The "nightly rate" indicated is based on a monthly rate. Most of the owners/renters are from Canada and so are we. Everyone is very friendly. If you love to shop, this is not the place for you. Not many shops in Blythe but if you are looking for a quiet, clean RV Resort, this is your place. - surefoot
Speedy check-in and help was offered to back up into the camp site. Paved roads and level, grassy, no shade sites. A few sites available next to the river. Situated 100 yards south of the 10, unfortunately. Highway sound hearable all day and especially at night when the wind dies down. Campground, pool, hot tub and restrooms are clean. Small store on campground with some food items, drinks and RV spare parts. For watching TV, you get a free digital box during your stay. Channels are of perfect quality!
The free WiFi reception is good. Uninterrupted signal and fair speed. - Bluesbirdy
Great overnight spot between Phoenix & LA. Nice long level pull-thru sites with grass. Good turning radius throughout park. Good 50 amps. Personnel was friendly and park is clean. Some freeway noise. - Freedom Bus
Good Sam rate. Nice friendly check-in. Led to site. Grass site not level, but was an easy adjustment with wheel shims. 50 amp didn't work so used the site's pedestal next to me to hook up, as it was over 100*F. Wi-Fi was strong and solid. Exiting was confusing as there was no signage and they have tire spike strips that aren't functional. You actually drive over them to exit! We felt a bit pricey for the age and overall looks of the park. Doubtful we would stay again, but maybe. - Numbnuts