Hidden Valley should be called Hidden Gem in the Country. Great place for a stop over of for extended stays. If you want a park with concrete pads, club house, pool and all the people, this is not the place for you. If you want a country spot in the city, then this is your spot. Hidden Valley is country living yet close enough to all the Amenities San Antonio has to offer. We will return. Owners and hosts are very friendly people.
Nestled deep in the forest and along the Raven Fork River. Park is old but well kept. Lots of kids and lots of activities for family. Very friendly and knowledgeable staff. Slow internet and limited cell service. We stayed 2 nights. Would we stay here again? No, there are other RV Parks nearby that appear more cozy. We just prefer a park that is less busy.
Small private park on Waldens Creek. Only tent sites are on creek, Park is very crowded and has tight turns. We damaged the side of our 34 foot fifth wheel on one of the turns. One row of back in sites back up to Henderson Road. The wood fence helps block the noise. We did not hear any loud vehicles. Park is conveniently located to attractions at Pigeon Forge and has local trolly stop at main entrance. Easy drive to Cades Cove, or just a drive through the Smoky Mountains. Would we stay there again? No. There are many other RV Parks in the area.
Located just off US 11E. Easy access from I-81 and I-26. Park is close to Bristol Motor Speedway, Roan Mountain, Bays Mountain Park. Campground sits on a hill side and is tiered. Roads are wide. RV spacing is open (not crowded). Park has boat dock on South Fork Holston River. No shade. We stayed 3 nights. Would we come back here? Yes.
This is a small quiet park located just south of Wimberley that has back-in sites nested against the tree lines. A large open field in the center provides a sense of openness. It was hot and dry while we were there. Even though sites are close together privacy is maintained. There are several long term sites. There is easy access to center of town. Deer will visit you late in the evening and early in the morning. The big question - would we go back? Yes! Without question.
We spent Memorial Day weekend at Goliad State Park. They have two areas; one with full hookups and one with water/electricity. The latter area is like camping on a parking lot. The former is in a loop with camping just off the loop. It is a quiet location, with easy access to towns of Goliad and Cuerro. If you stay here, be sure to eat at the Hanging Tree, a nice restaurant right on the square. Would we stay here again? Yes, without question. We would even consider camp hosting here.