great park. large sites.
Enjoyed our stay very much, we will be back. It is a large park, better bring a golf cart, bike, or your walking shoes, it's a haul from the sites by the pool area to the front entrance (office).
Very clean and well kept with great concrete pads and nice overlooks with the water
Very nice park, but the "clicks" with management and their favorite seasonal people gets sickening.
$60 per night. Very nice park. Concrete pads, large spots. LOT OF ROOM BETWEEN RIGS. Big pool with lots of activities. Very busy on the weekends with many vacationing families. A lot of children bicycling and many pets. On pull through spots the electric is to the front of the spot. If you are needing to stay hooked for the night you might need an extension cord to reach the box. However, there is plenty of room to unhook and park your tow vehicle in the rear of your RV. Would certainly stop again.
Concrete pad, fire ring. 30/50 amp, water/sewer plus cable. Well maintained. Pull in sites on small lake
Beautiful place! Very well-kept and great amenities. Big rig friendly and convenient to Hwy 131. They do close for the winter November 1. Not sure when they reopen in the Spring
Concrete pads large spots. Getting expensive
Beautiful park. First class RV Park
Large concrete pad, 50amp w/s. Well maintained
Expensive even with GS discount at $62 a night, but a really nice park. We had a view over the lake out of the front window which was really nice. You will need 50' of water hose, 50' of electrical and 50' of coax for the free cable tv.
Overall, enjoyed our three weeks at Hidden Ridge, but probably would not return due to the widespread low voltage at the park. Our Progressive Industries Energy Management System saved the day as voltage continually dropped below 104v causing us to run the generator for hours at a time. Electricians reported to park management that the issue was broader than the park itself, so make sure that you are prepared for this. Disappointed that the park would not allow us to book a pull in site where 99% of the Class A vehicles were. This is because they wanted to keep them open in case someone wanted to book a seasonal stay. So, we were way in the back, in a back in site and every day for three weeks, we'd drive past unoccupied sites in July while management kept them blocked for the seasonal guests that never came. Nice general store and clubhouse and all of the staff could not have been any nicer. Was surprised how many seasonal people were in our part of the campground, resulting in tons of clutter (decorations, For Sale signs, boats etc...) Not near much of anything....this IS the destination.