We have been camping at Hilton Park for 5 years, the place got new owners a couple of years ago who have been working relentlessly to improve the place. Like every campground, there are tent sites and RV sites. If you make reservations in advance, you can pick the best sites, if you come at the drop of a hat, you have to take what is available. Other then the numbered 40's tent sites which are one big meadow and no real site boundaries, they are all pretty nice. The sites vary in size, and we have both stayed in larger and smaller ones. The bathrooms are regular stalls and do the job. If you want to take a hot shower, don't wait until everyone else does! we love it here and enjoy going down to the river, which is an easy path away from the sites. The kids have 2 newer swing-sets to choose from, plus a small arcade (to our son's delight and our dismay). This is NOT your KOA campground, and that is exactly why we LOVE it. Most sites have mature Rewood Trees, you can make a fire and roast your marshmellows. It's back to basics camping. If you want a pool, and other entertainment, don't come here. This one is good for the kids to play in the water and for the adults to chat and relax.
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