Goodbye, Summer. Hello, Autumn! From the team at Huzzah Valley we want to say, “Thank you for another fantastic camping and floating season!” We couldn’t have asked for better weather, customers, and river conditions as we celebrated our 40th anniversary.
Now that summer is over and the kids are back in school it’s time to relax, look back on the memories you made this summer, and start the process of planning your next camping excursion again.
As you know a big part of planning a vacation is getting all those unanswered questions out of the way so you can enjoy quality time with your family and friends! In this blog we have compiled a list of frequently asked questions to help jump start the planning.
Q: Do I have to make reservations? How far in advance should I make them?
A: No, you are not required to make reservations we do accept walk-ins. However, during our peak season Memorial-Labor Day it is important to have reservations in place to secure what it is you are booking especially on weekends. We have a tendency to sell out on floating and RV sites. Did you know that you can book a year in advance with us? When you book is up to you but don’t wait too long!
Q: When do you close for the season?
A: Don’t winterize your RV just yet! We are open all year round. Our RV sites are frost free and we have a variety of lodging units that are heated. Yes, you can even float the Huzzah in the winter!
A: Yes, we are very pet friendly! The rafts are a lot more durable than one might think. All we ask is that your pet be kept on a leash and that they are not left unattended.
Q: What is the water level like there?
A: Did you know by visiting our website and clicking under the floating tab there is a whole section on current Huzzah river conditions? This is a great way to get general information quickly. Just because the rivers/streams in your area are flooded or low does not mean the Huzzah is. River Conditions
Q: What does my campsite consist of?
A: All our campsites come with a picnic table, and an all in one fire ring/grill. If you have a larger group and need extra picnic tables please stop in the office and let our staff know. We are more than happy to bring extra picnic tables to your site.
Q: How many campsites do I need for my group?
A: Most of our sites will hold up to ten people. If you have more than ten in your group then we do recommend getting another site. You can exceed ten people on your site as long as you are not invading another campsite.
Q: If I have an RV can I still put up a tent on the site? Does this also apply to lodging units?
A: Yes, you can put tents next to your RV. This does not apply to lodging units. You must get a campsite for those in your group that want to camp. We have a campground map online that is really helpful so you can see where the lodging units are at in comparison to the campsites. Campground Map
Q: Can I bring my own firewood? Do you have firewood for sale there?
A: Yes, you can bring in your own firewood and we also sell it at the Country Store. If you choose to bring your own wood make sure that is in state. Bringing out of state wood with you transfers unwelcome pests to the area.
Q: I am going to be checking in late what do I need to do?
A: We will usually have a night watchman that can get you checked in if the office is closed when you arrive. We ask that you come up the following morning to take care of any necessary paperwork and pick up your car tag. During peak season our office is open late on Friday and Saturday so for most this isn’t an issue.
If your question hasn’t been answered please let us know. Contact Us
Now that you know we are open all year round we hope to see you this Fall. We promise you won’t regret seeing the leaves change color around here!