Date of Stay: March, 2014
We were visiting a friend and stayed there a night. The park people were excellent. The rest rooms/ showers were the sort where each is an individual bathroom. They were great. The WiFi was fast and easy. That is important for us. The part we stayed in is completely paved, and lots of pull-throughs with lots of turn space. In and out was a dream. Set your GPS for the corner of Exposition and Ethan. Go south on Ethan from there and Keep Going without turning off. You will find it. If all else fails, phone the office. The signs on Exposition can be misleading.
Date of Stay: February, 2014
This is a good news, bad news review. We have stayed in Sundance for months at a time, in the past, but only stayed two weeks this year. The back half of the park is filled with park models and is a winter village. The front half is more transient, and noisier. In the past we would have given the park a 10. Now there are two things you need to know. They advertise Wi-Fi but in the two weeks we were there, we were not ever able to connect to the Internet. We depend on the Internet a lot and this meant special trips to free zones like the library south of I-8 and Starbucks two miles west. If you need the Internet, be sure it is working before you plunk your money down. It was a major irritation. Secondly, Sundance's short term prices are way up from a while ago. Two weeks was over $500 and was roughly the same as a month's stay. (The yearly price still seems reasonable.) For these two reasons, we will look for alternatives the next time we are in Yuma.