Hi Valley RV Park

7 reviews
Pets Allowed
Big Rigs

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Reviews (avg. rating 3.71)

| regarding cheatgrass

By anonymous-user on 2017-10-23.

This review about cheatgrass is about one of the dumbest things I have ever read. There is cheatgrass EVERYWHERE in the west. Maybe you should be more careful with your dog, sounds like you were to blame. Also sounds like you should stay home in your own backyard.

| Just an OK RV park

By user-5893384... on 2017-10-23.

This RV park is always crowded, not sure why. Prices are just average and for gravel spaces,go figure. My own fault for not locking my pickup tailgate, and someone stole one of my golf clubs from my covered bed. Staff is nice but security in this very crowded park leaves a lot to be desired.

| NOT so dog friendly.

By user-5906363... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-06-07 to 2015-06-13

BEWARE: If you are new to Idaho and/or the Pacific Northwest, please Google "Cheatgrass" and guard your dogs carefully!!! Hi Valley advertises a dog run in the back of their property along the canal. They supply a gate and a garbage can for your dog's waste. The front desk staff will tell you that you may let your dog run off-leash in their dog run. However, when my dog got a piece of Cheatgrass stuck in his sinus cavity and had to have surgery the following morning to remove it, the park denied all responsibility of ownership of the dog run because it belongs to the county. Law 101 refresher: The laws that govern the hospitality industry clearly state that an establishment must provide safe premises for its guests and may be found negligent if they knew or should have known, upon reasonable inspection, of the existence of a danger or hazard and failed to take action to correct it and/or warn guests about it. I am in the hotel business. I know the law. I know my rights. But, instead of being a jerk about this, all I asked for was to be reimbursed for the surgery and that a sign be hung at the gate to warn future patrons of the potential dangers of the indigenous grasses. Instead, what I got was, "No, the owner is not willing to reimburse you and his attorney advised him not to hang a sign at the gate." Do you think that I would have dared to go back in to the dog run if there had been a sign? Shame on you, Hi Valley, for not stepping up and taking responsibility for the damage caused by your negligence. PS The little dog park LOOKS pretty and harmless enough, but the vet said that they are seeing numerous dogs weekly with diarrhea and bacterial issues with one common denominator...Hi Valley.



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