This Park was cetainly a gem and is still nice. The Staff is great. The owners follow up with a survey by email showing they care. 106 degrees during our stay. Power was fine A/C ran most of the time. The Swimming Pool and Spa are great. Location is where you can get to things without much trouble. However nothing is right there. Concrete slab. Saw some with grass and shade. We will return. We camped at Shadow Hills RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: December, 2013 - $58.00
This is an excellent campground however be prepared to pay for the amenities and location that it offers. We selected this based on miles and location as we were traveling north. The staff was excellent and helpful. They provided great information for the area. The rate reflected is based on an Escapee discount. We camped at Shadow Hills RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $48.00
First of all we stayed at this park during the off-season. The entrance has the name of the resort removed so it was a little confusing. The young lady in the office was terrific. We were led to our site which was a back-in. The hook-ups were good. The site was level concrete. We used the laundry. They were built facing the afternoon sun. The door knobs were so hot we needed a pot holder to open them. The room was not air conditioned. As I said, this was the off-season. The park is well maintained and close to shopping and sights. We would not return to the area during the off-season but would stay here again. We camped at Shadow Hills RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: February, 2013 - $59.00
+8 concrete back-in; level [front sloped slightly, but no need for leveling blocks]; quiet; site wide enough to pull the Jeep along side the motorhome; far enough away from I-10 to be rather quiet -2 Downside: no pull throughs, a little pricey. We camped at Shadow Hills RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: January, 2013 - $60.00
Nicely landscaped, very clean sites and park, lots of trees and privacy between sites. Only stayed 1 night so did not use the clubhouse or other amenities, but this is a higher end park that would be great to stay in for a month or season. Close to 1-10 but did not hear much highway noise at night. Nice dog park with grass and a nice lily pond and fountain. Would stay again for a longer time period. Lot of snowbirds here during the winter months. We camped at Shadow Hills RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $33.00
Park is easily accessed from I-10, conveniently located for site seeing, shopping, and other services. Clean and well organized, there were maintenance staff constantly busy keeping things clean and tidy. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Concrete pads were level and clean. We had a back in site, and there was adequate space to get in and out with a 37 ft motorhome. Larger rigs were located on pull through pads. The services were well located on the site and easy to hook up. Located in a gated community area. We stayed 3 days and would stay here again. We camped at Shadow Hills RV Resort in a Motorhome.
This was our second overnight stay. We stayed here the weekend prior as well, which fell under their winter rate of $53 per night. The park was nice enough for us to stop a second time. Staff is friendly and helpful. Park is clean and well maintained. All sites are cemented and grassy areas are throughout the park (although the grass is struggling to survive as can be expected in the desert). Cement through the park is very cracked and looks old, but still better than dirt or gravel. Park has a pond which is nice to take a walk by. If you walk too far you'll find a second dry pond which is not a pleasant site and look as though it could be a mosquito heaven if not cleaned up soon. The community fire pit area has been let go and is in need of some attention. Over all this is a nice RV park and served it purpose for us, as we were just passing through to our destination both times we stayed. We camped at Shadow Hills RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: January, 2012 - $52.00
What a great park. We have stayed in the area for the last 10 years, always in a bigger, fancier parks. This is the first time at this park, it is one of the best, great Owners, staff, very quiet, clean. Large private spaces. We will come back to this one over the bigger ones. The price is almost half. The Wi-Fi was very good. We camped at Shadow Hills RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: December, 2011 - $50.00
Extremely clean and well maintained. Owners are very friendly and anxious to please. Wi-Fi is no-charge and excellent (5 mbps download verified), with good coverage. Nice quite location with easy access to freeway. We camped at Shadow Hills RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: December, 2011 - $44.00
We stayed here for 6 nights. The park is well maintained and like other reviews it does get some noise from the freeway and trains but many other parks in this area do as well. The only concern is that you can't count on getting a specific site. When I booked, I was told that the park was full and they couldn't accommodate my request. When I arrived the park had many available spaces. They did apologize when I mentioned it to the office. The staff was great. The park is clean and secure with a locked gate. We camped at Shadow Hills RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $32.00
Spent two nights. Rate reflects Passport America. We were charged an additional $5 a day for "electrical surcharge" which comes out to .21 cents an hour. We thought that was a little steep for electric service. All other reviews apply. We camped at Shadow Hills RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $35.00
Stayed here as part of a club outing. Manager was very professional and the RV park was very clean. Great salt water pool and exercise room. This time of the year it does get hot but we enjoyed the pool area and club house. The park does book full during the winter by snow birds. So you could say it's a good value for the money. We plan to stay here again when in the area. We camped at Shadow Hills RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $22.00
We stayed here for a few days to visit friends in Indio. Found it to be a nice park with level concrete sites and roadways. All utilities worked well other than WiFi which we couldn't get at our site. They do have a computer room/library for your use. There is a large heated pool and a large clubhouse. The entrance is through a coded access gate. The park is about 3 miles East of town and is very quiet. The grounds and building are well kept. The staff is most helpful and friendly. The rate reflects the P.A. rate. Lots of places to walk your dog including a large fenced dog run. We camped at Shadow Hills RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $29.00
I left my previous county-run campground (Mission Hills in San Diego) in distaste a day early so we could spend our final night camping at a REAL resort. I'm glad I did. We arrived after hours to a locked gate, but the phone number was clearly posted, the management answered promptly, and checked us in with no more delay than most open park offices. The clerk was extremely nice. Though the park was mostly empty, their pull throughs were both full, so she gave us our choice of other slots. We didn't unhitch, and hooked up to power and water only. The pool only went to 3.5' deep, but was lovely to just sit and soak in. The spa was absolutely heavenly, and just hot enough in the native Indio heat to be comfortable. The showers and toilets were very roomy and very clean. The park even provided shaving cream, shampoo, and cologne for guests (as well as stick deodorant, which I thought a bit disturbing, but it's not like anybody was forced to use it). The Wi-Fi was serviceable and capable (no problem with VPNs). Best of all, it was beautiful and peaceful, the perfect final night away. And it was worth the price, which was significantly LESS than the government-run "non-resort" we had fled. If I ever have need to camp in the Indio area again, I'm back here in a minute. We camped at Shadow Hills RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.