Hillside Rv Park in Blacksburg, SC with Reviews - YP.com
By: french_fam
Cherokee R V Campground
I didn't stay at Cherokee RV campground but did stay the night at their new sister park just off the highway while on a 2-day trip to the East Coast. I called a few hours in advanced asking if they were close to the highway and had room for me in if I could make it that far on the first day of my trip. I can't remember the owner's name but he said "we have room for your at our new Blacksburg RV Park just give me a call an hour out and i'll hold it for you." I got there later than expected but the owner and security guy were there waiting and helped me get set up. Of course I couldn't find my power cord so the owner sent someone to get his from his RV and both my water hoses had holes so the security guy let me use an extra. I certainly appreciated their hospitality. The next day, I paid my dues and that was it; no need to fill out lengthy forms or a deposit to hold my slot AWESOME. I only rated cleanliness because there is still some debris left over from a mobile home being in the back of the lot but have to keep in mind this is a new RV park and they are still working on it. The slips are gravel and clean and there's a gate that's secured at night. It's all I needed to stop for a night's rest and hit the road the next day!
By: Davidandmelody T.
Hillside RV Park
5 starVery nice RV park. The owner Garry is so nice and very good to everyone here. The best RV park around for full time RV living. It is very quiet. I love the way the owner don't allow no junk to happen here. He makes sure that every family & child living here is in a very safe place. Thanks Garry for everything you have done for David and I. ***For whomever gave him a 1 star they must have been doing something wrong and got themselves evicted.. Now they wanting to give a 1 star cause they wasn't allowed to stay in the RV park & act crazy***THANKS GARRY FOR KEEPING THE RV PARK SAFE AND CLEAN
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By: Jody M.
Hillside RV Park
I have lived in Hillside RV Park for 2 years. The owner is fantastic. He helps all of his tenants with anything we need he will bring you propane help fix your furnace. Everyone here is friendly. The RV Park is very clean and safe. I never rented from anyone I always owned my home. Garry is great landlord and friend. I do not wanna move anywhere else
By: Teresa W.
Hillside RV Park
Love,Love,Love this park! Owner was so helpful with anything we needed & our neighbors were the best! Very quite & clean. Paved roads were awsome! Hopefully if we are ever in the area again we will be able to stay again. Thanks for the southern hospitality Garry! Kevin & Teresa W.
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By: Rachael C.
Hillside RV Park
Very nice rv community. Full hookup with concrete pads. Nice laundry room. Gary is a very family oriented person, nicest person you'll ever meet. Would stay here forever!
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By: Stephanie P.
Hillside RV Park
Wonderful park. I have had no bad experiences.the owner of the park is very friendly and knowledgeable. The park is well maintained and my children love it as well!
By: Deborah B.
Hillside RV Park
We have traveled for years with my husband's job and never have had the service that Gary gave to help us. We will definitely stay again if we are in this area.
By: John D.
Hillside RV Park
Nice place to stay. The Owner of the park is very family oriented and accommodating. Being a small park makes it a peaceful and quite place.
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