Featuring more than 300 camp sites, an 18-hole golf course, and an executive par 3, nine-hole layout, Hidden Valley RV & Golf Park is appropriately named. Tucked away on 800 acres, this hideaway is in Derry, NH, equal distance from Boston to the south and Concord to the north. This popular recreation area has been owned and operated by Ed Simonsen and family for more than 30 years.
Designed by the property owner, the 18-hole Hidden Valley golf course stretches to 6,310 yards from the championship tees. The picturesque challenging course is surrounded by large stands of forests, ponds, rolling hills, and natural wetlands. Hidden Valley’s 18-hole golf course has a USGA course rating of 67.8 and a slope rating of 124.
If you are looking for a little less golf, Hidden Valley’s Executive Par 3 course is one of the most challenging in New Hampshire. The holes range from 85 to 185 yards, measuring 1,185 yards and will test the skills of all golfers.
For those wishing to get a little more exercise for their money, there’s the “Weekend and Holiday Twilight Special.” For $17, you can golf all you want after 4 p.m., but you must walk the course. No carts are allowed for that special.
For RVers, services available at Hidden Valley include water, electricity (50 and 30 amp), sewer, LP gas, wood, tables and fireplaces, modern restrooms with hot showers, and more. The main hall is used for a variety of activities and events, like dances with live bands, bingo and other games, potluck dinners, and arts and crafts. Other activities include shuffleboard, horseshoes, and fishing at either of the two ponds. You can also hike in the surrounding trails or play a little volleyball. In addition, the Hidden Valley Country store has a full service grill, serving breakfast and lunch. The store also carries snacks, ice cream, cold beer, and ice. There are lots of things to do at Hidden Valley RV & Golf Park.
A few of the many nearby attractions include Canobie Lake Amusement Park, harness racing at Rockingham Park, the Museum of Family Camping, Christa McAuliffe Planetarium, America’s Stonehenge, Anheuser Busch Brewery, or the Nutfield Brewing Company, to name a few. Shopping or browsing is also fun at local flea markets and fairs. Be sure to join in on or view the discussions of Hidden Valley RV & Golf Park at www.campgroundreviews.com