Happy Holiday RV Village (formerly Happy Holiday RV Resort and Campground)
Park Features & Amenities
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Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 20 Amps
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Very good overall
This is a tricky review because I saw some sites at the Happy Holiday RV Village that wouldn't have been much fun. They were very narrow and not level. We were at the park with a club and we're assigned site 412. It was fine with excellent water pressure and electrical power plus good cable TV. I recommend a site on the stream or pond which were shady and picturesque. Staff was very helpful and I love the Cherokee location near the casino. On a side note, our cell service was nonexistent which is no fault of Happy Holiday RV Village. Best RV park option in this beautiful valley with cool temperatures at night.
Very nice campground! Quiet and peaceful! Convenient location for Mount Rushmore, Custer State Park and many other sites! Level sites! Nice concrete patios!
Very Peaceful, Very Beautiful, Very Clean, Very Everything!
To update the situation of the ownership on this lovely park, the former lease held by an outside company was NOT renewed by the landowners earlier this year. Several Cherokee families began management of the park in March 2010. They are very hands-on in this regard and very sincere in their intent with regards to the land and the park.
We pulled in late in the evening, after dark. There was a gate attendant to expertly guide us to our site and even came back to make sure we were okay while setting up camp. Next morning, a workamper came to trim a few branches that were touching the roof of our rig. We were in Site #604 and cable TV was working; management is in the process of getting all sites up and running with cable. We could not get a cell phone signal with AT&T and folks with Verizon could only get a signal strong enough for calls, not for Internet. We have satellite Internet, so we were up and surfing! I believe WiFi access is scheduled for next year. We parked on grass and our site was essentially level with loads of room between us and neighboring sites, although it was not crowded. (It's a big park.) Shore power was very good. Restrooms, although not brand new, had been freshly painted and were very clean. We had a campfire every night and watched the stars. The park is nestled in a valley between mountains and a great base for exploring the area. We stayed here two weeks in a fifth wheel. Our rate shown reflects paying for six nights and get the seventh free. We will definitely return to visit this piece of heaven on Earth and its people if in the area again. Make sure you follow the directions given on their Web site. You really don't want to pull a big rig the other way on Hwy 19 if you can avoid it.
Large Park in a Nice Setting
For the area, this is a descent park. Just purchased by a large corporation and leased from the Cherokee Indian Nation. Casino less then 2 miles down Wolfetwon Rd. The village of Cherokee a few miles further. The Socco Stream famous for its trout season runs trough the campground.