Huzzah Valley is a great campground, my family and I love it because it easily located from where we live, has great RV parks, and one time we got to the camp site and realized that we had forgotten our sons sleeping bag.
We were reluctant to find that we were able to buy one at the camp store and our son was not forced to sleep inside the RV. The campground has a rope swing that the kids would go swing off of with the other kids for hours.
Every time we go, as a tradition we have to kayak down the huzzah river, it’s about an hour and a half long kayak if you don’t stop for ‘drinks’.
One of the very few downsides of Huzzah Valley is that for the younger ones, the rope swing is about the only thing for them to do, so if your children bored easily, they wont find much to do, but I can’t recall ever camping that the children didn’t get bored at so it really isn’t that big of a let down.
Be warned if you go into the campground store, the store can be very pleasant looking to a six year old, my six year old son (at the time on the incident) cried for what felt like three hours because we couldn’t afford to buy one of the more expensive house decorations for the store because we had forgotten a sleeping bag and were forced to pay a fair amount.