My husband and I travel for work so we live in an RV so we have seen our fair share of campgrounds. This one is the prettiest one we have seen in almost 4 years. It is in a great location, up on the mountain but only about a mile from the grocery store. Just across the street by the gas station is a great little path that leads right down to the river and is a beautiful walk. And the staff is very very friendly. If we ever pass through here again we will be sure to stay here
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It's quiet, wooded, and a great place to stay. Bike path and bus stop nearby so it's easy to get to town and attractions with out a vehicle if you wish. Lots of full timers. Spaces are tight but neat a well kept. Only bad thing as a camper is there are no camp fires allowed. The rest of the rules are pretty standard private campground rules.
The Hideout Cabins & Campground has been owned and operated by The Tanberg & Blevins Families since 1993. We strive to mediate every issue with guests and/or longer term renters until an agreeable resolution has been met -- sadly it is not always attainable given the diverse population of this business.