Date Visited: April 13 – May 12, 2018
Site #: 44
Ease of Parking: Easy, end of the row.
WIFI: Yes, Free, Slow at times
Picnic Table: Yes
Fire pit: Yes
Lake/Boats: No, but they do have a fishing pond and provide cane poles
Game Room: No
Rating: 4 Stars
After a drive from hell to get here, we were pleasantly surprised how nice and quiet this place is. Just like their website says “Singing Hills is a great place to come for some peace and quiet. After a long day of driving, or a full day of sightseeing in the area; Singing Hills offers a welcome respite from the coming and going. It’s a wonderful place to sit outside with a good book, or to take a quiet walk. The sunset over the park is always beautiful. As with nearly every other place on the planet, there are some non-conformists. The birds, frogs, and crickets in the area don’t always vote for peace and quiet.
Singing Hills derives its name from the birds and frogs that blend their voices in concert each day. From the roosters on the neighboring farm, to the red winged blackbirds down by the pond; some kind of critter can be heard “singing” most of the time. We start and end each day with some kind of musical entertainment from the birds with which we share this space. It’s a great way to relax at the end of a busy day and a cheerful way to wake up in the morning.”
The owners, Eldon and Beth Brown, go out of their way to ensure their guests have a wonderful time. Genuine hospitality is the hallmark of Singing Hills. This will be the place we stay If we’re ever back in the area.
Website: Singing Hills RV Park