Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $63.00
Beautiful campground with many amenities, pool, playground, ball field, laser tag, golf cart rentals, store and snack bar. Accommodates big rigs but roads leading in and thru the park can be narrow in certain places. We had a premium site, with concrete pad, semi private with fire ring. Park was clean and well maintained. Staff very friendly!! They provide trash and recycling bags, with daily pick up. The laundry room, was clean and adequate. They supply an hour of WiFi per day, however our sat reception was perfect. When weekends arrive, the park is booked with local families and the noise increases but no issues with loud or crazy behavior. We will stay here again when visiting family in the area. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Resort & Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $46.00
Nice campground with immaculate facilities. We ate at the campground and it was pretty good. We had the fish and shrimp basket with fries. Check in was easy and friendly staff. This was just an overnight but we did notice noise from the highway but not enough to disturb us. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Resort & Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $38.00
We stayed here 4 nights. Very nice, clean campground. Friendly office people. We would definitely recommend this campground and stay here again. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Resort & Campground in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
Lots of stores and restaurants in Janesville or, if you don't mind a drive, in Rockford, IL.
For this price I would expect paved roads and sites, free internet (only Tengo for 1 hour was provided) and cable TV. Also, why don't RV parks plan sites so you get shade from your awning in afternoon? This place had lots of amenities for families with kids, but not as good for older folks as some we've been to. I was disappointed after driving so far. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Resort & Campground in a Travel Trailer.
After having a site sold out from me at a rally a few years ago I said I would never come back. Oh well needed a place to stay. Roads are sandy as are sites. You are in the trees but some sites still can get satellite. Golf cart traffic not as bad as I remember but still raises a fair amount of dust. It was OK but just don't see the resort aspect. I would come back. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Resort & Campground in a Motorhome.
I love Hidden Valley. This is the second time we camped here for a long weekend and we had such a great time! The entire park is pristine, they obviously keep up on the maintenance of the grounds. Seasonal campers are extremely friendly and welcoming of the weekenders. There is so much to do - from the pool to the golf cart course (I highly recommend renting a golf cart for the weekend and trying this out), you are never bored. There are tons of activities for families on the weekends - something is going on almost every hour. I have three dogs and I especially appreciate the many "dog deposit disposal" stations. Very convenient and helps to maintain the cleanliness of the park. Will definitely be camping here in the future! We camped at Hidden Valley RV Resort & Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Tips for other Campers:
Great winery nearby, breweries in the area, highly recommend going to New Glarus if you don't mind a little drive.
They put me in a very narrow site with a cottonwood tree directly behind the coach. That tree has cost me $95 so far and the rear A/C still is not working properly. The tree filled our A/C with seed cotton during our entire stay. If you plan on staying in this camp in late June, ask to be place well away from the many cottonwood trees that abound in the park. If you go on a weekend, plan on the place to be near full with families with children that love evening fires. Though this park has many good reviews, it is not the type of camp we look for. Could not get TV from our dish (again, trees everywhere except two rows of sites), and there is an entire section of park models. Overall we did not enjoy our stay here. Our site was so small we had no room to place the provided picnic table, and barely enough to open our chairs. Site was level enough and most others looked that way. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Resort & Campground in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
Visit Milton House, an outstanding little museum. Also consider an hour or so at North Leaf Winery.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $40.00
This is a nice park with friendly employees. Our site was at the top of a hill where we could get good satellite TV service. We also had great Verizon data and voice service since we could see the tower out our window. The roads are mostly dirt and when we had a hard rain they had a terrible erosion problem but they were out with a grader and fixed them as soon as the rain stopped. It was nice to see that they practiced recycling and gave us bags for the recycling as well as bags for the wet garbage. They picked up the bags in front of each site daily. We would return. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Resort & Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $40.00
Beautiful park but vastly over priced. Charging campers to maintain golf and landscaping. Office had some food but it was truck stop food. Nice sites but had to do some leveling. Will not stay here again as there are too many very nice campgrounds in the area. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Resort & Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $96.00
This is a very nice resort with a great entrance. Our site (192) was a huge pull-through with concrete pad and patio with picnic table and lots of grass. The interior roads are gravel, but wide and easy for a big rig to navigate in most places. While we did not partake of the amenities, they seemed to have a lot of activities for kids. We were there at their anniversary, and they held a terrific fireworks display. The one downside was spotty Wi-Fi. We would consider staying here again if we are in this area. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Resort & Campground in a Motorhome.
Rate is with Good Sam discount. Nice, large campground, half of which is occupied by mobile homes and cottages, all in good taste. The sites and roads are dirt and unfortunately very, very dusty when dry. Our pull-through site (177) was not very level (we ended up with all wheels on one side well off the ground once the rig was level). Still, easy to maneuver for big rigs and easily accessed from the Interstate. Casual restaurant on site (did not try). Severe weather came through the area during the evening and night; when a tornado warning was issued (a tornado watch had already been in effect for several hours), we elected to leave the rig and go to the underground shelter at the main office (as per campground instructions), only to find it locked up. Happily for us, the nearest tornado hit the night ended up being about 20 miles away. Disappointingly, no staff ever showed up to open the shelter up. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Resort & Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Has to be one of the nicest campgrounds in the country! This is a kid, family, dog friendly campground. The staff was excellent, everyone I spoke with was very helpful and a pleasure to deal with. The pool was not open because of damage caused by the rough winter we had in the Midwest, that was the only negative. But it was carnival weekend so there was a lot to do for the kids. Before we left my children were asking if we can come back soon and so we will definitely be back. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Resort & Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $41.00
Many nice, open sites with just the right amount of shade trees. Quiet; bordered by corn fields. Would have rated 10, except the all-dirt roads were dusty, and the modern hands-free shower spout kept magically turning off. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Resort & Campground in a Motorhome.