Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $28.00
I found it a little confusing, I saw the RV Park, didn't see any signs, certainly not "Holiday Hills 66" but we figured it out you had to go into the store (also had gas pumps) to register. Nothing in the store indicated that you were to register, we asked and the clerk signed up up. The clerk told us to enter the park where the cabin was, ok, we had to find the cabin, found the cabin and landed in our assigned site #22 which was on the "outside loop", so we had shade, grass and the creek was a short distance away. When I saw the layout of the sites, I was not thrilled, they are curved but we managed to stay hooked up. We did not use the restrooms or showers, didn't try the wifi. The clerk told me the water pressure was 110 lbs, so have a water pressure regulator with you. Our site was nice (not level) but the location was one of the best in the park, grass, shade threes and the creek. If you land here, ask for a site on the out side loop with grass & next to the creek. The interior sites were not inviting. We would stay here again. We camped at Holiday Hills RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
This campground does not have an address per se, so if you are trying to locate it with a GPS, try the Best Western in Coalville. The park is literally next door. In fact, we had to drive around the Best Western building to enter the camp area to get to our site. To say that it is "Big Rig friendly" is just shy of being an exaggeration. We shoehorned our 40' into the site assigned us and managed to keep the wheels on the cracked concrete pad, as they requested. (EVERY pad is cracked and ancient.) The electric pole was leaning pretty good, as someone had obviously backed into it, but our SurgeGuard tested the 30amp as OK. Happily, a rain shower and some breeze blew through and cooled things off, so our lack of a 50 amp site was OK. They allege 110 as their water pressure, so be sure to use a regulator. The campground has some shade trees but we had a good shot at the sky for our satellite. I am getting 3 bars of LTE on my Verizon phone. Is this a "Resort"? Decidedly not. BUT ... the price is reasonable, there is a pretty creek along the back that begs for a fishing pole, it is right off I-80 at exit 162 and fine for a night or two. They sell diesel and propane. Most folks seem to be here just as an overnight, but there are some here for a longer stay. The folks in the office were pleasant and helpful on the phone. Just don't expect amenities! We camped at Holiday Hills RV Park in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
There are creeks and reservoirs and a State Park nearby for fishing. Coalville is a very small town with small stores and no traffic light. don't expect a Walmart!
Where to start, let's go with the good, easy to find right off the highway, friendly check-in gal, close to gas, nice river for fishing, good dog walking area. The bad, the place is a parking nightmare, I've never seen anything like it, the roads and the concrete pads all have a curve to them. Sites are very close to each other, reach out and touch your neighbor close. There is a shower, BUT men's and women's and laundry room are all in one, no door to lock between the men's and women's. (There is a code lock on the door to get into the whole "shower house".) No way would I take a shower in there (lady) anyone could walk in, pretty scary. (Was clean.) This campground is behind gas station and motel and truck parking. Wi-Fi was not strong enough for everyone in the park. AT&T cell worked fine. Campground was pretty full of large rigs running AC. We blew breakers a few times. FYI if you can't drive your rig in tight places and park in tight space, drive down the road, this is no place for a new driver. Would I stay again, if I needed a place to spend the night and in that area, maybe. We camped at Holiday Hills RV Park in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
Pull into gas station area first that is where check-in is and then you will get map showing you the best way to pull into the park, will save you time and headache.
This is a nice little country place with shade trees along a creek, easy exit from highway. Had decent Verizon reception on cell and hotspot and TV on antenna. The bathroom was dated and not kept clean enough, but all in all, the park is worth the price , if you can get shade on the hot days. Office/ store workers spent a lot of time smoking outside and visiting locals. Host couple super nice and busy. Pull thru sites, parallel to road. We camped at Holiday Hills RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $27.00
This is a nice shaded park with lots of grassy area by a creek. There was noise from interstate but not to the point of keeping me awake. Limited picnic tables but we just sat at the one on a vacant site. We camped at Holiday Hills RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Tips for other Campers:
Bring your Mtn bike there is a great Rails to Trails path just across the freeway, plus if you need a few groceries ride in up into the quaint little town.
This is an old campground behind a gas station. Staff is very friendly. The bathroom is old and in need of repair but fairly clean. Laundry room has two washers @ $1.25 a load while the two dryers accepts $1 per load. It's been a while since I've seen such reasonable price to do laundry at any of the RV parks we've visited. The trash dumpster is quite a distance from the campsites. We consider this is fair accommodation for an overnight stay. We camped at Holiday Hills RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
After reading the negative reviews on this park, we hesitated stopping but there were no other parks around to choose from. There is really nothing wrong with this park. It is true, you must parallel park which is uncommon for an RV park. The park is located along a stream and has trees for shade. It is located behind a Best Western hotel and far enough away from the highway to allow your stay to be quiet. The internet worked great. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Holiday Hills RV Park in a Motorhome.
I drove about 50 miles to Holiday Hills RV Park. I paid for a tent site for two days. The female attendant at the gas station where I paid for the site told me to go behind the Holiday Inn. I could not believe what I saw. There was a grass area and a fire ring. There was no table to eat at. I could not drive on the grass as per park rules so I would have had to walk about 200 feet making several trips. I went to the female attendant and wondered if I went to the correct area. She said I went to the correct site. I said are you kidding. Her reply was "that's camping". I asked her is this it or does it come with a picnic table? She said there is no one here that can bring you a table. I said where do I eat? She said that's up to you. This person through out the conversation had no social skills and needs to be asked by management if she wants to work here. I asked for my money back and received it and then went to a state park. We camped at Holiday Hills RV Park in a Tent.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $28.00
It's only a place to park for the night. Close your eyes to the park and look at the scenery beyond. Go elsewhere if you have the choice. The only good news is there was good WiFi and good antenna TV. We camped at Holiday Hills RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $60.00
We camped here over a holiday weekend. The check-in occurs thru the convenience store. When the store is busy, the clerk gets frazzled. We were assigned one spot, got setup, discovered site was for 30 amp. Then was told to move to 50 amp site. We are elderly seniors and moving twice in a day is stressful and difficult. The campers are squeezed in behind each other. Beautiful park-like setting. Clean bathrooms and laundry area. We camped at Holiday Hills RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $25.00
The sites are parallel parking and small, if some one would have taken the site in front of me I would not have been able to get out the next morning. There seemed to be no maintenance done and the rest rooms and showers were filthy. The view would have been good of a mountain if not for somebody’s junk lying around. The check in was at the gas station and they did not really care as they seemed to have enough to take care of at the station. I would never stay here again. We camped at Holiday Hills RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
As stated, smallish sites in a old configuration and tight roads. But for an overnight stay at what we paid it was just fine. Water, 50A power, concrete pad, good Verizon and satellite so we had no complaints. We camped at Holiday Hills RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2009 - $28.00
Older park with sites like pullouts on a highway. They are paved and the rest of the park is grass and trees. It's located right on the Weber River. A very quite and relaxing good spot for fly fisherman. Would rate higher but the restrooms/showers were in poor shape, very old and in need of repair. We camped at Holiday Hills RV Park in a Motorhome.
We spent a pleasant evening at the Holiday Hills RV park while traveling to South Dakota. While we didn't take advantage of the park features, we found it to be maintained and unique. The staff was very pleasant on check in. The sights are pull through, but done with a crescent shaped pad. We had no troubles with our 23' TT but larger units may have some difficulties getting in and out. A very quiet park with good access to the highway, along side a fairly significant stream. We have placed this park on our list of possibilities for future stays, or at least a stop-over. We camped at Holiday Hills RV Park in a Travel Trailer.