1 Park near Jamestown, New York
May 2016 - $18.00
Nice place, good price - Passport America rate $17.50 includes water, electric, and cable TV. When I checked I was told that there is a hole in the ground next to the power post where I could drain my grey water but not to drain black water in there. My tanks were empty anyway so I had no need to dump. Took a nice walk after setting up, very quiet area. - JohninSanDiego
Aug 2015 - $25.00
Rate reflects a combination of Passport America discount for 2 days and Good Sam discount for 2 days. Cross between "old-timey" and resort. Lots of amenities and very friendly folks. Roads a bit rough and bridge into park scary, but perfectly OK. Most transient sites on grass with fair amount of space and we had FHU with cable. Our cell phone (Consumer Cellular/off ATT towers) was NOT effective. WiFi was slow at times but available. Quiet hours WERE quiet, which was a treat. I had a problem with furnace and they called a gentleman who came after work, figured out the issue, went home and had a part, came back (about 25 minutes one way), and fixed furnace for $40 labor. Pool was nice (cool) but refreshing. Did not see any recycling efforts, though office said their trash hauler had discontinued doing recycles (boo-hiss). This campground is reasonably priced and close to a number of areas: Chautauqua Institute, Lilydale, Audubon Nature Center, Lucille Ball Museum, Panama Rocks. We would camp here again if we came through. - Too-wow
Jun 2015 - $35.00
There is very little bad that can be said about Hidden Valley. It is secluded, and quiet, but, within 10 miles of Warren, Pa. to the south, and about 5 miles from Jamestown on the north. There is a grocery store (Tops market) about 5 miles from the campground in Jamestown. To the south is a Walmart and Gas in N. Warren. The gas there is about 5 cents cheaper than in Jamestown. Be aware, that some of the roads in the area are among the worse in the US. The excuse we hear all the time is that the winters are very severe, and tear up the roads. The campground is clean. The bathrooms are well maintained and clean. The people are very friendly and helpful. The camp store sells propane at a reasonable price, along with other things you are likely to need. There are several pull through sites, and many back ins and some tent sites. Each site has a fire-ring and picnic table. Most sites have gray water hookups, and they come around once a week to drain the black water tank. However, when it rains a lot, it can become very muddy. None of the roads are paved. There is WIFI and Cable TV. The WIFI is OK when there isn't many people on it. However, it slows to less than a crawl when it is heavily loaded. The cable is good, with many favorite channels, including Turner Classic Movies. The park seems to stay right on top of things where it comes to maintenance.
In our opinion, it is a great place to stay. - Jimal