September 1, 2019 - reviewed by Patrick
Very nice for a road side campground. Not fancy but it has the feeling of a park with a stream meeting the river and a few small footbridges and an area with a gazebo, horseshoes, and large grassy lawn that’s great for walking or just sitting and relaxing after a long days drive.
July 17, 2019 - reviewed by Dlareg Noseloc
Skeeters 'n Bad Wiring
The photos look great, but staff is unprofessional. Was told my surge protector is the problem reading "reverse polarity" meaning pad 32 has bad wiring. I tried to explain it was protecting me from their faulty wiring. "We've never had complaints," the girl said, "reverse polarity doesn't mean anything to me, surge protector's the problem." I asked her for another pad after I went through the trouble of setting up. Moved to pad 38 and that solved the problem, perfect reading on my device. Was exhausted from the time wasted and very perturbed at their non challonce.
Also, lots and lots of mosquitos from the creek adjacent to sites. No lighting at dark so bring a torch, and an over all creepy feel. The curved pads aren't very level and difficult to adjust a trailer for levelling.
This was a last resort to others booked up and there were several vaccancies that night. Can't imagine trying to adjust my rig with others in adjacent spots.
July 15, 2019 - reviewed by Lurker
Make sure you have a water pressure regulator. WiFi is “offered, not guaranteed.” So many mosquitoes, we were bit several times while setting up, sites are close together. Showers work, but nothing to write home about, we were not able to easily find creek access, but the bugs were so bad it was probably better. Our view was of the river on one side (until another rv came) and the back of the gas station bathrooms with a bunch of junk piled up. Next time we may stay at the place next door- Echo Lake- it looked nicer and wasn’t a gas station...but it didn’t show up on our apps.
May 7, 2018 - reviewed by 2Bounders
Very strange arch sites but the site to park on is cement and great grassy area with a creek. Picnic table but no fire ring. Rolling hills around. Facilities clean. Advertised WiFi but then they said it was down for the next week and was not guaranteed. Potholes in the front could be repaired. No cable but antenna worked okay altho for some reason NBC did not come in. It’s right off I-80 and there’s a little background noise between t not enough to be a bother. Register at the convenience store and then there is a camp host. There are some old rigs that look to be long term but area is kept clean and tidy. Would definitely stay again. $34 plus tax was $37 nite.
August 10, 2017 - reviewed by Travels2much
Nice Stop Off
We were just passing through and needed a place for the night. Holiday Hills filled that requirement and then some.
Very nice and accommodating host.
Priced very reasonably.
Some spaces can be a little tight but the host will help you out.
It may not be a destination park, but great place for a night or two.
July 5, 2017 - reviewed by Titan Fan
Nice place to stay. It has a river flowing nearby. If you are coming from the west on 80 get off exit162. At the bottom of the ramp turn left and watch for the signs.
August 31, 2015 - reviewed by Gnome Home
Nice Park, Friendly.
Nice park, we were arriving late and they allowed for late check in and pay at the office the next morning. One warning is Don't use the link to address off the Rv app link, it took us to the wrong location north side of town. I informed the office of this snafu an they were apathetic about it. Look for the hard to find added on the parks website. Besides that it was a pleasant park with a nice stream running with muskrats swimming in it.