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I enjoyed my time there, tho it felt like a parking lot with everything close to each other. Didn’t have privacy camping but they have things to offer. I am more of a person who like to be isolated, I come from the city to be completely away from everyone and this RV park wasn’t for me since I had people right next to me.
By far, the friendliest campground we have visited! Most of the sites are seasonal and we were placed amongst the seasonals. We immediately had multiple people offer insight as to how best approach the site. Our particular site was a bear to park in but once situated we were very happy.
The store is closed due to covid but the pool is open. There was a Leibys ice cream truck and food stand open the whole weekend. There were also planned activities for children and adults.
There are two primitive youth group camping areas. There are specific rules that need to be followed and the guidelines are on the website.
Sites are small you park on top of your neighbors. Sites are unlevel both front to back and side to side. Sites near creek are getto and sites on hill are in a trailer park. Lots of mobile homes and full time residence. Roads are tight and steep enough to drag bumper. No shade anywhere. Site we were on in section B strong smell of sewer. Cell phone radio and digital TV signal were spotty at best. Only good thing is access to creek. First and last stay.
This is NOT an RV RESORT! If we didn’t have family coming for an evening visit we would have left. Here’s the scoop: Run-down, old, paint-peeling buildings surrounded little office / “store”; manager was not friendly and couldn’t explain clearly how to get to our site; we had to turn our 32 foot RV around twice until we found our site; our 50’ site was directly across from dumpsters (smelly and lots of flies) and bath house; when we were backed in we were 2 feet from neighbor behind us and we STILL couldn’t reach sewer - we never did get to hook up to sewer; they say “gravel” site - no, it’s ash or milling stones that gets children’s feet and hands black with soot; no security; office closed at 5:00 on Sunday and you’re on your own; we were there 24 hours and no attendant cleaned bathhouse; most of the camp are seasonal (their sites really junked up) and one lady who said she “lives there” had a lot of complaints; fishing “lake” was a green, slimy pond. We couldn’t wait to get out of there. I don’t know how Robin Hill qualifies as an RV RESORT and campground! We are new to camping but have stayed in 5 beautiful RV resorts, should I trust Thousand Trails (owner and rates it 4 star review) in the future?
A very nice campground for the family. Super nice and friendly staff. Large size pool for the bigger folks and a walk in pool for the toddlers. Fun activities for all to enjoy. All the campers that were there when we there are super friendly.
If you are looking for peace and quiet then look no further! Hidden Acres Family Campground is the place you want to go. This wonderful campground is nestled in the farm land of Coatesville, Pa. There is a little something for everyone here and it is very reasonably priced and is equal to most sites we stay at…maybe even a little cheaper. It was $52 a night for water, sewer and electric. Amenities include camp store with slushies, ice cream and firewood, full size basketball and volleyball courts, game room, pool, laundromat, pavilions, freshwater catch and release pond for sunnies and bass and nearby parks and walking trails as well. If you hang a left out of the campground on your bicycle there is a development right across the street that makes a nice loop or if you take the second left onto Highpoint Lane, it will loop right around and take you right back out the way you came. It makes a nice loop if traveling with kids if the campground doesn't do it for you. There are two playgrounds, the larger one featuring one of the world's longest original steel sliding boards! There are also different terrain to choose from for your site. There are grassy, wooded areas with electric and water and would make nice tents sites as well or larger gravel sites with full hook ups. The seasonal sites seem to have the best spots which in a campground is usually the case. We were in the lower lot site 7 and it was rather large. It was right at a drop off of a good 30-40 feet which was a little stressful with a 3 year old but she listened and stayed away luckily. We definitely had to keep an extra eye out all weekend.
The best part of the weekend was that we were celebrating out daughter's third birthday and the theme for the weekend was Christmas in July. They had Santa Claus visit and read the kids a story. They had their picture taken with a new Polaroid camera so it popped out a little photo and we were able to choose either a magnet or shelf picture frame. They even had little winter themed stickers to go over the photo as a border. They also had games and crafts for the kids. They also gave them so much candy and snacks and the most beautiful Christmas cookies. It was only $2 per child and they made out like bandits.
The peace and quiet was exactly what we needed. Since we were near the pond once dusk came you could hear the frogs which was really cool. Other then that there was no traffic or any exterior noise pollution other then the noises from the campground. The staff was very friendly and helpful during the whole reservation process and checking in. We absolutely loved staying here and will definitely stay here again.
We stayed in C1 during the hottest week in the summer (so far). The site was covered and it was cool around 4:30pm when the sun went behind the trees. It didn’t look like all sites had that much cover so be careful.
Otherwise, the water park was GREAT for kids and adults. Super clean. Lots to do. Well worth a week.