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Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $17.00
We really enjoyed staying here. First of all, the sites are all huge because it used to be a mobile home park. Our site was even more huge - the largest I have ever had in an RV park. The park itself is well kept up and clean, its primary feature being a big red barn that makes itself right at home on the edge of fields and farmland.
The laundry waiting room is super cozy, although the place could use a few more machines. Payment is done through cash envelopes, so you don't need quarters, but it is pricey at $5 for a wash and dry (total).
It's a little tricky getting to the park if you have a tall rig because stoplights in the cute downtown section of Del Rio can be a bit low. Call ahead when you're close to arriving, and the park owner will give you a better route.
We were glad we stayed in town rather than out towards the Reservoir because we felt it gave us a chance to see and explore the historic part of Del Rio, rather than just the new construction on the north side of town.
The staff was hands-off but very helpful and nice. It's a quiet park, and we'd definitely stay again. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
We ate at Julio's Tortilla Chip Factory and Restaurant several times and loved it, even buying some prepackaged chips and dip to take home with us. We had a great time exploring Amistad Reservoir; a good place to fish if you don't have a boat is the pier off the picnic area off Black Brush Point. The best part of our trip was probably our visit to Seminole Canyon State Park. We took the Fate Bell Shelter ranger-led tour and saw 4,000-year-old pictographs. It was beautiful!
Date of Stay: December, 2014 - $20.00
We only stayed here two nights on our way to Big Bend National Park. The RV park is a little out of the way in a residential area, whereas most others in the area are right off the highway. We prefer the privacy and quiet, so this worked very well for us, and the residential area offered plenty of places to walk our dogs. The RV park is very pretty, with lots of trees and grass. Campsites are pretty large, have concrete patios (formerly mobile home pads), picnic tables, and some sites have privacy fences. The owner was very friendly and helpful, and the neighbors we met were nice. The main road into the park is closed for construction, so the owner met us in town and guided us in since our GPS would take us the wrong way. Water pressure was very high, so be sure to use a water regulator. Cable TV is available but the hookup was far back in the site and our cable wasn't long enough to reach. There is WiFi available but we couldn't receive it from our site near the front of the park. We'd definitely stay here again, hopefully for a longer visit. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Park in a Motorhome.
There are two H-E-B grocery stores nearby. The closest is very small, the other very large. There's also a Wal-mart a few miles away.
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $20.00
This park is real hidden gem. Lots of shade trees. Call and they will escort you in. From our site at edge of park we watched herds of deer in pasture in the afternoons and evenings. Huge site had plenty of room for fifth wheel and boat. We walk and sometimes bike the quiet tree lined streets to the little HEB store. Sites are hard with grass and pea-gravel. City water comes from springs at the golf course in town. House washer/dryers have pay envelopes $2/$3 for checks or cash on Honor system. Some long-term campers work at Air Force Base or hospital. We will be back again! We camped at Hidden Valley RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $13.00
PA Rate. Full hookups and good Wi-Fi and cable TV. The front sites are soft, first set of leveling blocks disappeared and had to be dug out. Septic and water systems have recently been upgraded and the backfill wasn't done properly. Owners met us on the way into the CG and escorted us to the site. Very friendly and helpful. Once this was a MH park, now it is an RV park. Streets are paved and some sites have concrete patios. All the trash is gone and this is a pleasant stop. We spent several days here and shared Thanksgiving with other Rvers in the CG. Laundry is way expensive and we couldn't find restrooms or showers. Amistead NRA is 5 miles from Del Rio but there aren't many trails accessible without a boat to cruise the lake/reservoir. The sites are large, some are separated by wood fencing, plenty of shade and far enough from the highways to be fairly quiet. We enjoyed our stay here and will definitely return. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2013 - $20.00
We were amazed at the Quiet & beauty of this secluded park. Large trees at every lot. Birds and deer all over and around the park. Huge lots, giant shade trees, some cedar fences between sites. Park is next to pasture at end of paved street in very nice neighborhood. A few pull thru spots. Most are very easy back-ins. Long term RV's are mostly law enforcement. Laundry is honor system with pay envelopes. Great WiFi and Cable TV every site. We walk & bike every day to local grocery and library, or sit in rockers at the club house and bird watch. We will be back often! We camped at Hidden Valley RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2012 - $20.00
Points lost were for no table and no fire ring. Sites are long and huge. Utility hookup may be a little challenging depending on your rig and site. Owner is very accommodating and eager to make your stay happy. A little off the the beaten path, but a pleasant drive through town to get here. Would return without hesitation. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $20.00
This RV park is a hidden gem. Nothing fancy but located in a quiet residential area of old town Del Rio. The sites are all back-in but level gravel with concrete patios and lots of shade trees. This is a very quiet RV park with the birds providing most of the noise. There are no showers or washrooms but a very nice laundry/sitting area. We stopped for a night and stayed three and had a great time exploring the original downtown and historic neighborhood. All this for $20 per night which is an outstanding value. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Park in a Tent Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2012 - $20.00
We stayed here for 1 week to visit the area. The park is at the end of a dead end street hidden in a residential area. The route to the park is only slightly difficult with a few turns and narrow streets but is very manageable for even the largest rigs. All the gravel sites are back in and extremely long. The cable has a large amount of channels and the Wi-Fi was strong and fast. We enjoyed the shade and all of our neighbors were very friendly. There are a few "longer term" visitors but the park was not cluttered. We felt very safe here and enjoyed the convenience of being in town vs. the other parks offered in this area. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2011 - $20.00
This is a park that is changing over from mobile homes to RV's and has retained the large size lots. RV's are placed in such a manner as to allow a great deal of space to enjoy your camping experience. The park owners are friendly and work hard to make each visitor feel special. The Wi-Fi has been upgraded and work VERY well. Though the wash house is well equipped with 3 washers and 2 dryers, there is also space for a small get together. There are no bathrooms available for guests in this area though. The park is pet friendly with lots of area to walk and visit with your neighbors. My only complaint being a non smoker I found that a couple of other campers here had no respect for the air that others breath, there is no smoking inside buildings but they still polluted the outside meeting areas, but I guess you can't have everything, we just stayed away when they were smoking. This is still a park I would recommend and will visit again as our winter Texan home away from home. This was our 3rd year in Del Rio and our 2nd year here in this park. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $10.00
Price reflects monthly rate. We stayed here the end of October until the end of January. A little difficult to find but the owner met us in town and had us follow them into the park. Some of the downtown trees are a little low so beware. Very nice, quiet park close to all of the activities Del Rio has to offer. The owners are constantly working on improvements and maintenance. They are a very friendly couple that went above and beyond at all costs to make us comfortable during our stay. Wi-Fi is new and improved and worked great. Digital cable also worked very well. Laundry room could use 1 extra dryer and a few updates. There are also exercise machines to use while you wait for your clothes to dry. Our kids were treated like grandchildren and there were potlucks and activities for the holidays in the activity/laundry room. If we were ever in the area again we would definitely stay there. This is absolutely the best RV park to stay at in the Del Rio area. There is shade, quiet and safety. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2011 - $20.00
I called from town and a lady met me and led me in. Good thing as it's at the end of a dead end road. Very quiet, lots of permanent RVs. Back in, gravel sites with cement slabs are very long and private with fences between. No toilets or showers. WIFI was good, phone bars were minimal. Would definitely stay here again. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Park in a Truck Camper.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2011 - $20.00
Very, very quiet park. Somewhat hard to find, but if you get lost give them a call and they will come get you!!! Very laid back, constantly working to keep the place up. Laundry has new machines and $1 per load. Great Verizon, but no motosat due to large trees all over, we used the Wi-Fi and it worked great. Got to go see Roy Bean Museum in Langtry. Deer every morning and they encourage you to feed the EMU. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2011 - $10.00
As other reviewers have said, we, too, do not need the shuffle board, swimming pool or on site golf course, nor do we need a potluck dinner every Friday with games. We can find our own entertainment. What we do enjoy in an RV park is a roomy site, Wi-Fi that works, cable TV is nice, the usual full hook ups and most of all "a staff or owner" that is friendly, outgoing and helpful to their guests. These are without a doubt, the best description of Hidden Valley RV Park. The owner is without exception the best we have met to date, and we have met a lot of very fine people in our travels. (We have met some real pills along the way, too.) This park has no pull throughs, but the back in spots are LARGE. This was a mobile home park that is now changing over to an RV Park, so the spaces are long and wide. Lots of shade trees for the summer visitor. Abundant wild life, deer are a frequent visitor through the park. With the quiet, no highway noise setting it seems you are in the country though you really are very close to down town and all major shopping such as Walmart. H.E.B. is just a short drive away. This park is located a little off the beaten path, surrounded by upscale homes so one couldn't feel safer. Should you have trouble finding the park, a call will get you personal directions or a guided escort to the park. The rate I've listed reflects the monthly rate plus electric service. We will be back as we have found a perfect place to become "Winter Texans" in the future. A visit here and I'm sure you will be likewise pleased. This park is a work in progress as I stated before, so the bathhouse is not completed at this point, but the laundry works well, and the lounge is functional though not finished. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2011 - $15.00
We found this place by accident, but really glad we did. It is quiet,away from traffic and noise but still close to town. Great internet and TV service,very nice and helpful managers. If you need the managers will guide you here, just give them a call. I see deer and horses and an emu out my window, and the birds never stop singing. The ash and pecan trees provide total shade. It is very pleasant and relaxing. I highly recommend this park if a friendly, quite, relaxing place is in your liking. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2010 - $20.00
I don't need or use swimming pools, mini golf courses, or any of that. Hidden Valley has lots of what I DO want: roomy, shaded, quiet sites. We're nowhere near any major roads, but still easy to get to, and closer to town than the other parks. The water, cable, wi-fi, are all top quality. We have over 100 channels on the cable. The management is very helpful and friendly. We drove by some of the other RV parks in Del Rio to check them out, and found that Hidden Valley is absolutely the best in town for us. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
There are two H-E-B grocery stores nearby. The closest is very small, the other very large. There's also a Wal-mart a few miles away.LifeRebooted • December 2014
We ate at Julio's Tortilla Chip Factory and Restaurant several times and loved it, even buying some prepackaged chips and dip to take home with us. We had a great time exploring Amistad Reservoir; a good place to fish if you don't have a boat is the pier off the picnic area off Black Brush Point. The best part of our trip was probably our visit to Seminole Canyon State Park. We took the Fate Bell Shelter ranger-led tour and saw 4,000-year-old pictographs. It was beautiful!Ardent Camper • March 2015
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