Lot Features
Long and wide lots make parking easy in the shade
Long lots can fit RV, boat, and pickup.
We only stayed here two nights on our way to Big Bend National Park. The RV park is a little out of the way in a residential area, whereas most others in the area are right off the highway. We prefer the privacy and quiet, so this worked very well for us, and the residential area offered plenty of places to walk our dogs. The RV park is very pretty, with lots of trees and grass. Campsites are pretty large, have concrete patios (formerly mobile home pads), picnic tables, and some sites have privacy fences. The owner was very friendly and helpful, and the neighbors we met were nice. The main road into the park is closed for construction, so the owner met us in town and guided us in since our GPS would take us the wrong way. Water pressure was very high, so be sure to use a water regulator. Cable TV is available but the hookup was far back in the site and our cable wasn't long enough to reach. There is WiFi available but we couldn't receive it from our site near the front of the park. We'd definitely stay here again, hopefully for a longer visit. We camped at Hidden Valley RV Park in a Motorhome.
                                                                                                                
www.rvparkreviews.com Dec.2014

This park is real hidden gem. Lots of shade trees. Call and they will escort you in. From our site at edge of park we watched herds of deer in pasture in the afternoons and evenings. Huge site had plenty of room for fifth wheel and boat. We walk and sometimes bike the quiet tree lined streets to the little HEB store. Sites are hard with grass and pea-gravel. City water comes from springs at the golf course in town. House washer/dryers have pay envelopes $2/$3 for checks or cash on Honor system. Some long-term campers work at Air Force Base or hospital. We will be back again! We camped at Hidden Valley RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
                                                                                                                 www.rvparkreviews.com Feb.2014

...the back in spots are LARGE. This was a mobile home park that is now changing over to an RV Park, so the spaces are long and wide. Lots of shade trees for the summer visitor. Abundant wild life, deer are a frequent visitor through the park. With the quiet, no highway noise setting it seems you are in the country...
                                                                                                   www.rvparkreviews.com Jan.2011

Each lot has:
  • City Water - The pressure is at 90 p.s.i. throughout the park, please use a regulator the protect your piping
  • City Sewer - Texas Law states you must use a "Donut" connector or some kind of device to get a full seal
  • 20/30/50 amp electric (Each lot has its own electric feed and is not shared, with a couple of exceptions)
  • Spectrum Cable TV at the pole - We have some cables if you don't, but they seem to walk away, it's best to use your own cable - at least 30' or so in length
  • ~30'-40' wide and 60'-100' deep - Plenty of room almost any rig and a towed


Patio, bench, and grill on most lots
Most lots include patio area, picnic table, bench, and grill access. Some lot groupings have fencing between the lots, others may be fully enclosed.

Experience the 10º difference
-- cooler in the summer --
-- warmer in the winter --
setting us apart from the others!

You can even enjoy the benefits of the community herbal garden within picking distance!
Community herbal garden ready to pick!
Pets welcome with well-behaved owners
Quiet pets are welcome as long as their owners are well-behaved!

David and Janet Casey are hands-on owners; you'll see them everywhere -- working hard to keep the park running smoothly!

Janet Casey keeping the area litter-free.