Wednesday, October 15, 2014

To Hidden Valley RV Park, Del Rio, Texas


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Hidden Valley RV Park in Del Rio, Texas is a Passport America participating campground. We paid $13/night cash. We weren’t sure how long we were going to stay and she said no problem, just pay when you leave. I called ahead to see if they had room and if we’d fit. To get there you have to go through an old part of town and a residential area. We weren’t sure we were in the right place, and with a dead-end road sign. They don’t have an office. The barn on the brochure is a personal building of theirs. They do have a building  with laundry and rec room. It had rained the day before and we sunk in soft ground. There is full hookup, cable TV & wifi  (cable and wifi didn't work), 5 Spanish TV channels. We were parked right off of the road. I think they were mobile home sites at one time, being changed to RVs, so each one was fenced off, which was nice. The sites in the main campground, behind us, were like a normal campground, closer together, under a lot of trees.

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