42 Parks near Yuma, Arizona
Dec 2015 - $24.00
This is not a 'resort' so I found it perfect for an overnight stay. Great value, convenient location east of Yuma. Cash or checks only. Good cable TV, nice staff. Would definitely return. - mockturtle
Mar 2015 - $23.00
The rate reflects electricity and all hookups including cable. We like this park and this is the second time we have been here but it lacks the activities that we are used to seeing in this type of park, meaning swimming pool, tennis courts, pickleball courts, etc. but we were only here for a two week stand and looking at various places to stay longer. We did have to leave early because of medical issues back at home we were not offered any kind of refund or credit for the following year. As mentioned before, a park this size should have a dog run in lieu of just going to the front of the street and letting your dog do its thing since it has such tight rules for in the park. The people here are very friendly. It takes a little while to get to know them because it is a tight community but once you're in you seem to be in (whatever that means). We will probably stay somewhere else next time because of activities but if you're here for a short time this park works great. - monaco cruiser
Jul 2013 - $21.00
This is a flat, treeless, desolate (in summer), expanse of desert with park models and RVs intermixed. There were a couple of RVrs passing through and a couple of people that just stay all year round. The staff was great, very friendly and helpful. Not a bad overnight stay really for the money. In winter, I'll bet it is very busy. There are many parks to choose from in the area and some of them have trees. That would be my first choice next time around. Word to the wise. Yuma is a ghost town in summer. The water pressure is VERY high. Make sure your pressure regulator is BEFORE the hose. They forgot to tell us and we blew out two hoses in seconds. - Patriot04
Mar 2015 - $40.00
Only overnight but it is clean people are friendly. - USAF1
Feb 2014 - $20.00
Although they say pet friendly, I do not agree. Dog must be taken outside of the park for anything. It dare not pee before you get there. The road noise is also an issue. I would not stay here again - pretty girl
Feb 2014 - $23.00
I agreed with another reviewer from Jan 2012. I don't know how I missed this before making my reservation: "This is part of the Encore group and they know how to charge. There is a $3.00 a day facility charge. The Wi-Fi is almost non existent. The transient sites are close to the road and the noise is horrible". This is a Pets Welcome park but pet walks are fairly small areas by the front and rear entrances outside of RV park and no pet walking is allowed within park. No WiFi at sites unless you are willing to pay extra. They were not willing to switch my site assignment. I was sandwiched between two big rigs in a narrow site. I was a tight squeeze while pulling in. Aside from the usual hookup on left (water, power), there is a power station on right. Adult park? There were two young families around my site, visiting or not. - nomadkai
Apr 2016 - $17.00
PA rate of $16.50 plus tax = $18 for one night. Great rate at a decent place for us to stop while traveling through Yuma. We had a pull thru and it was just big enough for our 37' MH, Jeep and bike rack to fit without unhooking anything. Grassy dog park was a nice surprise. There is also a dog walk behind the park that we didn't use. Nice people in the office. Would stay here again if passing through. - thekites
Sep 2015 - $25.00
Price includes an additional $5.00 charge for electricity. I've never encountered that before on an overnight stay.
My biggest issue is wi-fi. If it's advertised, it should be available and fast. I can't attest to the speed because I couldn't even get connected. If I had, it would have cost another $4.00 a day.
Lots of full timers, not a lot of rooms between spaces, gravel, small concrete patios. I can't imagine spending more than one night here. - Archivista
Jun 2015 - $33.00
We actually stayed at this RV park in January, but that month was not available on the selection list. The park was dog friendly and good. It is not within walking distance of much of anything, but is a short drive from a lot of grocery stores, restaurants, movie theaters, and more. The Mexico border is a bit further. Los Algadones Mexico and all of the inexpensive dentists is just a bit further drive.
The grey/black water drain hose on my RV works at all other parks, but wad too large to fit the dump pipe at our site. We had to pull over to another parking site to dump before we left. - BobK53
Jan 2011 - $29.00
If you are looking for a nice park, keep looking. The management here should be in a different line of work. They have no idea how to deal with the public.The park is old and needs many upgrades. Poor power, dying citrus trees, small sites and rude management. Many nicer parks in this area for the same price so don't stop here! - topcat99
Dec 2010 - $30.00
Old park, narrow streets, small sites, antiquated facilities, Gestapo management. Management's favorite saying is: "We came here to run a business not to make friends." I spent winters in this park until the new management arrived and it used to be known as: "The friendliest park in Yuma." Now it is managed by a couple that have the attitude: "My way or the highway." Most people have chosen the highway. Park is no longer 55 only. Pool is old and the hot-tub is broken more often that not. Power is sporadic and water pressure is low, the plumbing breaks down often. Lots of old trees that are dying from neglect. All in all there are better parks for less money. - boisegolfer
Mar 2010 - $25.00
The spaces are so narrow that backing into an assigned spot is a nightmare unless you are a very small trailer or motorhome. Add to this the old lampposts installed almost in the middle of the space added to the backing up fiasco. And don't dare park on the skinny cement "Patio"! The spots are not long enough to accommodate anything longer than 30 feet--we were 35 feet, and were inches from the electrical outlet and directly over the water and sewer hookups. The cable TV is horrible, although management did come out and try to adjust it, to no avail. The pool area is clean but very small--more than 10 people would overcrowd the entire area. Laundry room was clean, but several driers were not functioning. Free wireless was available in the activity/meeting/library room. No privacy, but the connection was fine. You have to find a table, chair and plug in and set it up yourself in an area not being used. Then there is the constant loud road noise with the added train in the middle of the night. Impossible to sleep. The attitude here is " People have been coming here for over 25 years, we are always full, and every park in Yuma is busy during the winter". We will not stay here again and I don't recommend it to anyone. - aksnowbird34
May 2015 - $32.00
A lovely park with many permanent RVs that are well maintained. Some pull-through sites, some totally paved, some mostly gravel and many have shade. The pool and spa and restrooms/shower were very clean. The roads were paved and although it is on a frontage road, there was very little highway noise. It was a lovely overnight and we would stay again! - R&S
Jan 2014 - $42.00
One of many RV parks in the area. We chose this because it allowed our 65 pound lab mix. Most Yuma parks seem to have a 20-30 pound limit. The park had paved streets and level gravel sites. We paid more for a "deluxe sized" pull through on the unfenced edge of a large field where our dog could run off leash. This park had more shade trees than most in the area, but one could not say there were shady sites available. Limited cable channels, had to pay a private company for internet, ($30/mo. plus installation). Large, clean laundry room, nice enough pool, some organized activities, mostly games. Love the Monday amateur musical jam sessions. Overall, pricey compared to most other parks in area, electricity was high. One pet was allowed, but they charged $20 per month for each extra. We paid $510/mo, plus electricity, including our extra cat. - Nartofree
Mar 2016 - $45.00
This place is horrendous. They look after their regulars and treat newcomers like garbage. Overpriced, rude and low value are things that come to mind. This place is sandwiched between the interstate and the busiest railway line. All night traffic and train horns. Do yourself a huge favour and move on.
Lot spacing is very close with sunny/open exposure. Site surface is gravel. - RV Dog
Mar 2014 - $35.00
They guide you to you site, which is handy, but indicate the precise location of your rig. We unhooked as directed and when we found the sewer dump hidden by some gravel, realized we did not have a long enough sewer hose. We have camped in great many campsite with our current arrangement, but needed to hook up to truck again and move our rig back 2 feet. - cameo31
Mar 2013 - $33.00
We have used this "Resort" for an overnight stay 2-3 times. Probably not again, mainly because the selection of English language TV stations is poor, and cable TV is only available for long stays. Staff is helpful, sites are clean. There are no pull throughs but 173-183 are long enough if your overall length is about 50 ft. - rncordy
Jan 2012 - $25.00
Fairly nice, clean park for an older park. Nice manager, but watch out for owner. Monthly RV parking was $250 month, plus an additional $250 deposit. I got suckered into a lease that I didn't know I was agreeing to, and so had to stay longer than I had wanted too. If I hadn't my deposit would not have been refunded. Besides electric, they also charge for water use, plus an additions $15 to read the meters. None of this is told to you up front. Would not stay there again, too costly with all the extra's they add on. - usvet
Mar 2016 - $11.00
Cactus Blossom RV Retreat is a new, very small park, in the Foothills section of Yuma. The park is in a residential area, and it is a place to hook up your RV and live, but it isn't an RV "resort". The park owner/manager is an experienced RVer, and he is setting up the park with the things he would like to have - so the sites are spacious and level, and most sites have a storage building that you have access to while you stay. He only offers weekly and monthly rates; the price shown is based on the weekly rate and electricity must be paid on top of that rate. The park owner has great pride of ownership and it shows in what he has provided.
If you are looking for a spot to park your rig in a quiet neighborhood at an economical price, not an RV resort with lots of activities, Cactus Blossom RV Retreat might be the place for you. - pattic777
May 2013 - $23.00
Nice, comfortable park. We were here after most snow-birds hit the road, so it wasn't crowded. Very friendly staff, great pool and hot tub. Shade trees at each site, but need to grow a little more. The Wi-Fi is in the library and is available till 8:30 p.m. The laundry room is clean but you must fill a card up to use. Makes it a bit inconvenient if the office is closed. We were close to everything in Yuma as well as Algodones in Mexico. We would stay here again. We were here a week. - KomfortTravelers
Dec 2012 - $29.00
This park is clean and neat, with medium sized trees. Everyone is very friendly and helpful. Everything about the park is great, but the trains. They go by all night long, with many blasts from their horns. Some nights they are every 20 minutes. Consider this before committing. - Fern
May 2012 - $27.00
A snowbird park, really empty now. Many permanent places, lots of what appears to be RV storage on the sites. Very narrow back-ins, trees at the front of some sites interfere with awnings and slides. Staff was very friendly and went out of their way to make sure we faced the way we desired (refrigerator on north side). Distant train noise, not a problem, though. Rate is Passport America. We were there in February, too - very full and crowded. Better be friendly with your neighbor then! - renodick
Jan 2014 - $40.00
Rate includes a Good Sam discount. Found it very pricey for what you get for an overnight stay. And Wi-Fi wasn't even included. It's a gravel lot, pull through, full hookups, where everyone else just walks through. We arrived on a Sunday, office is closed on the weekends, no info about Wi-Fi etc. Pool area etc seems dated, but clean. We would not return. - ctb663
Jan 2014 - $40.00
Easy to access park with big enough sites. Very dated but very clean and the staff was fantastic. Didn't try the $6/day Wi-Fi but the supplied cable was so snowy it was useless. Cable hookup old, frayed and barely working. The one thing that will keep me from returning is the road noise. We stayed in the pull through sites, which are close the Flying J and highways. Sleep was impossible. Early morning or late evening showers are impossible, as the restrooms are locked up overnight and can not be used. - Igotjam
Dec 2013 - $40.00
First know that wifi is not free, $6 per day with better rates for longer stays. We are staying for 2 nights on the way from Prescott AZ to San Diego for Xmas. This is a mostly permanent trailer park (huge) with snowbirds...overnight spots are in a large parking lot area with gravel, not near the freeway which is good. Clean park, very nice people, employees. There is a fenced area for dogs to use which is near the overnight spots & great for our 2 dogs. Hookups are old but work ok & there were only 2 other over night visitors, so we had our pick of spaces (pull through)and lots of room. Some have tables some don't but you can move them if needed. Office closes early and we just drove in & security checked us in at the spot we picked-very helpful. This place is really not typical for short stays but it seemed to have the best reviews so we picked it, quieter than other parks which we saw with over night sites very close to freeway. No trees/shade, didn't use facilities, looked like a nice pool area. - loves to camp w/dogs
Feb 2016 - $22.00
We were here 2 months. Paid $550 + elec./mo. This is a new, gated resort, so everything is lovely & modern. We really liked the showers and can't understand why another reviewer thought they weren't good. The staff is professional & friendly and, when we had a problem, they provided us immediate service. The resort has a free internet room with computers. Park Communications provided us wireless internet for $39/month and was very easy to get connected. All of the facilities were lightly used so we had no problem using the many activities - bocce, pickleball, mini golf, shuffleboard, pool. Didn't try the bowling. Resort offers dinners, entertainment, and daily activities. This resort is well away from the highway and railroad track, so only a distant sound was heard. We liked the location as it was very near Walmart and a short drive to Fry's grocery. Only negatives with this resort are the shallow pool and the lack of greenery. We would definitely return. - C Lyttle
Jan 2016 - $45.00
Staff is very friendly & helpful. Mid November I got earlybird price of 550.00 a month.
It's out of town , 1.5 miles away from a Walmart. No noise from hwy nor airport except a few military jets. The roads are paved and the setup is nice. However, there are almost no trees and no greenery, a few park models are there.
The gravel sites are huge. It gives the whole park an "open" feeling. Especially as there are no "longtimers" with their usual porch and mess. It's the usual setup with space for the RV, concrete pad and space for the towing/towed vehicle. The Hookups are standard with water, power, sewer and cable TV, no hardwired internet ( too bad for a brand new setup). The WiFi worked for us as we could pickup the signal from the computer room. For the rest of the park, bring your own solution.
The Restrooms are all in tiles up to the ceiling, very nice, beautiful and clean. My negative point: The shower is separated from the "dressing room" by a curtain and the "dressing room" is separated by a curtain from the whole rest. Unfortunately, the curtains don't reach the floor and there is no step between shower and "dressing room", therefore, the whole floor is always wet. There are only two very small hooks, while the size of the shower is ok, the "dressing room" is too small. Getting into your pants is a challenge to keep them off the wet floor and not stuffing the curtain into it at the same time.
Amenities like small pool and only 4' deep, hottub, tennis, pickleball, bowling alley, mini golf, etc. - CamperAndy
Feb 2015 - $21.00
Brand new park in Yuma..opened December 2014. Daily price listed ($21) reflects their grand opening monthly price of $550, plus electric. Located well off the freeway and within walking distance of a super Walmart. Sites are very large with cement pads but the park feels like a gravel pit...no plantings or shade trees on the sites to help with the wind and heat. Small craft and card room and very small fitness room that right now is short on equipment. Laundry room wasn't planned very well, congested and hard to get around, machines are card operated. No park wifi. They have a computer room and the 3 computers they have provided which work well but using your own IPad or device is a crap shoot, not dependable at all, frustrating. Beautiful pool area, small pool and tiny hot-tub. Hopefully when they get busier and expand they'll put in a lap pool and larger hot tub. There are lots of sports venues ie. Pickelball, tennis, mini golf, pool room, shuffleboard, horseshoes but there are no organized exercise classes/activities as yet. They have a state of the art 10 pin bowling alley, which is reasonably priced. Lots of camp workers here, mostly friendly, but there is one rude, arrogant man working in the kitchen who has managed to offend most of the paying campers. On the other hand the office staffers are polite, professional and always helpful. Being the first season there are bound to be growing pains; they have a suggestion box and encourage comments. We would consider coming back next winter IF there are plantings and wifi improvements made over the summer and the price remains reasonable for what is here. - camperx2
May 2016 - $40.00
I decided to stay here due to the less expensive RV parks in the Yuma area being closed for the season. Visiting family, and they are on the west side of town, so this seemed to be just about the only place near-ish by that was even open.
Pros: Open year 'round and not age restricted. Full hook ups. (Not necessary for me, I would have been happy with enough electricity to run the AC.) Very empty right now, easy to get a space. Quiet.
Cons: Expensive if you don't golf. $40/night. When other less expensive parks aren't open, it's hard to pick and choose. Electric posts, water connections, and sewer connections are not laid out well. If you have a long rig and your city and sewer connections are in the middle or towards the front, this won't work out well for you.
Their one way street system is laid out wrong for how they ask you to park in the spaces. Other park "residents" don't seem friendly (of course I could be wrong).
This is a good place to get some rest before jumping into SoCal, which is also what I'm using it for. I just think it's a little expensive for what you get. - 1bigmess
Apr 2016 - $20.00
Great snow bird park with lots of activities, golf course and pool. Also onsite restaurant and canteena. Everyone very friendly and it appeared most folks come every year and spend the season. We didn't find much to do in the Yuma area however, a day or two and you have seen everything. - Buspuppies
Feb 2016 - $25.00
This is a very nice park but just didn't get that feel of friendliness. Most of the people were long term (5-6) months and seemed to 'hang' together. We picked this park because of the on site golf course but was almost impossible to get a tee time. You had to pretty much join one of the 'leagues' in order to do so but even then many of those spots were filled. We were only staying a month. Loved the restaurant on-site and it was nice having the canteen available. Some form of entertainment every weekend. A lot of park models that were nicely kept. We liked the Yuma area but may try another park next time. Was a bit overpriced. Clean, spacious bathrooms & showers. A lot of activities though. - Upnorthmich
Mar 2016 - $1.00
This park is out in the country yet convenient to Yuma shopping. It's very quiet and surrounded by farm fields. There is a pond, stocked with fish. You need a license. The facilities are clean, but moderate. There is a pool, hot tub, two billiard tables, card game tables, a small library, mini golf, and a dog run. Sites are gravel or small rock and adequate space between units. It is a membership park and we were there for a tour. We met some of the nicest people staying there and the staff were great. The down side is that there is only 30 amp service and it was hot during our stay. There are some premium year round owner sites with a paved street and 50 amp. - prius10
Jan 2016 - $15.00
A very clean and well kept campground with nice people. One of the most friendliest campground we have visited. Pool and hot tubs very good and warm, activities daily and wifi available. - morgan10
Dec 2015 - $1.00
Excellent RV Park, we hate to leave. The hot tub is huge, the pool is heated where we swam on 60 degree days. The staff is very friendly. Nice reasonable Laundry facilities with lines to hang out your wash. Some daily activities, dinners and dances. Dog park is typical, grassy fenced in area. Pool tables and miniature golf. Free wifi but we were to far from office to work, when at office it didn't work very well either, wonder if they were to reset the repeater if it would help. Sites are gravel as are roads, average size with picnic table on site. Members park and they are all so friendly and nice and were happt to hear we were coming back. In the yuma foothills northwest of town, gps was accurate. Near shopping, Mexico, and many casinos. We have reservations for here again as coast to coast members. One of the few c2c parks that doesn't charge extra for amenities and allows c2c members during peak season. Are fee per night for $14 was $0. - rob4mepls
Apr 2014 - $48.00
We live and travel in our RV full time, so we have stayed in dozens of parks, resorts and campgrounds over the years. This was the noisiest park we have ever stayed. The highway in front of the park is loud 24 hours a day. It was quite expensive for the quality of the place though the office and host people were very nice and helpful. the pool was dirty as was the spa. We stayed there a few years ago and I don't remember it this way. Perhaps the road has gotten busier. would not stay here again. - Greg1950
Jan 2012 - $48.00
Very nice park, but high price. Was disappointed that when most of the Canadian people were leaving so did the activities. The RV park offered wireless, but was never able to connect from our 5th wheel. Bathrooms and Showers are very clean. Fruit flies were a bother along with all the dirt in the air from the surrounding Orchards being plowed. There was a lot of semi-truck traffic all hours plus the Casino traffic too. The Park has a lot of Park Models. People seem to be in what you would call clicks. - Exploring the USA
Jan 2012 - $45.00
Very noisy campsite along main road. Not very convenient to downtown Yuma and activities like shopping or dining. Park is located 5 miles south of interstate 8. - Mullet Republic LLC
Dec 2015 - $32.00
After phone calls but without reservation we drove in looking for a site for a month. Friendly staff in the office, typical setup for an older Park in Yuma with paved roads. Each site is on gravel and level. It has a concrete pad for your table, chairs and barbecue, the site was just about long enough for our 36' RV and a bit narrow but slide outs and awning were still on our site, dated hookups with 50 amp power only and water with enough pressure and sewer. The hookups are at the very end of the site, so depending where your sewer outlet is, bring a long hose. WiFi was there but be very patient, even just for emails! Or bring your own solution. I didn't try satellite but it has to work as there are only a few palm trees spread through the park. Washrooms are in an older style but clean. Plenty of older style RV's give it not the best look. You can order cable, WiFi and phone through a communication company, which I would have done if we would have stayed. After two nights (our trial period) we moved to another Park. I think it is too much money for what is offered. Even $490.00 for the month of December seems too high for what it is. - CamperAndy
Oct 2014 - $38.00
Dirty, old, tired, run down needs some TLC. Sites vary in sizes. 55+ park. No real greenery in the park. What greenery they do have is unattended to and dying. Roads are paved but narrow and rough. Office staff/contact people appeared unknowledgable/confused when dealing with them. People within the park very friendly. - Snowbird56
Apr 2013 - $42.00
What can I say that is positive? The folks there are super friendly and the pool is nice although kept at a warm temperature. If you like a parking lot with old trailers. park models in over half the park, and loud military jets flying nearby then this is the place for you. The park is tired and in need of a makeover. Gravel lots prevail and palm trees are not in abundance. The Internet is dreadful so bring your own hotspot! There are 2 pull-through sites, one of which is in front of a dumpster and the other is open to the prevailing dusty winds on a blowy day. It is overpriced at $625 a month. Laundry is reasonable with new dryers and outside clotheslines. The lots are close together and can be cold in winter depending on which way you are facing. I have stayed there a few times but wouldn't stay again for a long stay. The website is terrible. - Westcoasttraveller
Mar 2016 - $24.00
Very I mean VERY narrow sites, the camp host had us manoevering for 5 minutes to squeeze between the concrete pad, the water spigot and a tree and we cleared the spigot by 6" when we finished but the branch of the tree was hard up against the side of the rig.
Clean place and very friendly staff. The laundry requires that you buy a $2 card with add ons in $5 increments. There is a $4 a day "Resort Fee" which Encore thinks it's entitled to.
We were meeting up with friends here otherwise I think we might have looked elsewhere. - Brian n Barbara
Feb 2016 - $19.00
We bought their Quartziste Special" in the big tent and came for a few days, to see, and leave if unhappy. We're now in our 3rd week, because our experience has exceeded any and all expectations. The Manager and her staff are friendly, available, and very helpful. Though the sites are small, there are mature trees, concrete pads, and firm gravel; i.e. no dirt or mud.
Today, I make reservations to return next February for a month. What stronger recommendation could there be. This Park has a very friendly clientele who return year-after-year. With on-going friendships, they take active role in organizing events, trips, dinners, in and around the park. As first-timer, we were warmly welcomed within 10 minutes, invited for coffee, and included in many events. Best we've ever found in 9 years of RVing - and We'll Return!!
Note - this is Passport America rate which is usually Not honored during Jan - Mar. However this year, with 30% fewer Canadians coming due to currency, most RV Parks are offering specials like honoring Passport America. - jwalk77
Jan 2016 - $15.00
Had a Thousand Trails discount so it was a month for 459.00 PLUS electric. Electric was expensive, we left early, staying 22 days, and electric was just shy of $50.00. The sites are close together and they have trees that have nasty sticky type droppings that covered the car and RV.
Friendly office people and they walk you to the space and park you. - C and T
Jan 2015 - $28.00
As others have noted this one is right next to the Interstate and Frontage Road and there is constant road noise. The spaces are pretty tight and getting out 36' motorhome between the concrete pad and the hookup box required care. The camp host will bring you to your spot but cannot help with backing into the space. I can't imagine why this is called a "Resort" and charging a $3 a day resort fee is a blatant rip off. Tight spaces, a small pool and spa and 3 shuffleboards isn't resort living in my opinion.
The laundry requires purchase of a card.
We are Thousand Trails members but the discount isn't much, seems like you might get a better deal using Passport America.
Won't be staying here again unless we are meeting up with friends like we are this trip. - Brian n Barbara
Nov 2014 - $16.00
The park was adequate for a short stay. Not enough amenities for a long season stay. Staff was very helpful and friendly. Sites were level. Park facilities need to be updated. Close to Interstate 8 so noisy at night. We would stay here again for a short stay. Sewer connection was 30 feet from the coach connection, bring a long sewer hose. - Whale13
Mar 2014 - $20.00
Passport America rate. Very nice campground, but if you get a site out front like we did, extremely noisy. I-8 is only a few feet in front of you with no walls or anything to block the noise. - Denn0007
Apr 2016 - $30.00
Beautiful HUGE park with many park models. Nice big heated pool and spa. Beautiful city type roads with nice landscaping. Paved pad at site with pea gravel for parking area. Two nice dog parks. One very large. Good, reasonably priced restaurant. Inexpensive Happy Hour at pool. Nine hole golf course. - Hics
Apr 2016 - $29.00
This is an Adult Only park. Pet friendly (w/restrictions) w/ a huge dog run. There are multiple tennis, pickle ball, horse shoe, and other courts that are all available 24 hrs. day.
This park is in 2 sections old & new. The Old section is mainly small cabins (a lot are for sale) and a few RV's. New is all new RV camping with full hook-ups at every space.
Spaces are very large with tons of room for slide outs (on both sides) and room for your dink too. Power is 20/30/50amp services, fresh water, sewer and cable hookup (not many channels). Your digital antennae will pick a dozen or more channels. Satellite works well here too (no trees to block a signal).
There is a huge clubhouse with full facilities, a pool-side bar that is open daily with entertainment in the afternoons (happy hour) drinks are $2. The pool is huge and the Jacuzzi next to the pool. Lots of chairs lounge cabanas tables and chairs without being cramped.
This is a big "snowbird" hang out and lots of rallies are held here too. But there are always extra spaces.
New internal roads, new spaces. Very friendly staff and helpful. We were at this park for 2 weeks. No problems at all. - User2967
Mar 2016 - $24.00
I like this park; I definitely like the area. The park is what I call a Howdy Doody friendly, not a parade route friendly which is good; that way your arm doesn't fall off by the time you get to your campsite. When we get here usually in the end of February it is thinning out pretty good so by the first week of March you are probably at least 50% down and very vacant looking across the RV park. Still a lot to do, enough people to keep the pickle ball going the tennis going you have plenty a room at the pool all the activities pretty much are still in operation at this time with about half of the people here so it really makes for a nice experience. We got a spot which I preferred; the front of my motorhome facing north due to the fact we didn't have sun hitting us in the front or sides all day, personal preference. The water here is very hard as it has a lot of calcium deposits; make sure you are filtered, water spots are common and you need to wipe things off when they get wet. Not too long of a drive back to town if need be; shopping is very convenient up in the foothills so we're definitely going to stay here again. The office is manned by personnel where most of them do not live in the park so sometimes particular needs have to be more explained even though they should be familiar with it. Our fees that we paid here were two weeks on a good Sam and one week was free due to the fact we stayed a month at the Good Life in Mesa. I would definitely stay here a month next year and overall I like this park better than the one in Mesa; not so much the park, but the surrounding areas. You don't feel like you're in the big city at this park and still have everything else to go with it. - monaco cruiser
Feb 2016 - $27.00
Stayed three nights in pull through site which was very flat and had several shade trees. six sites in this spot by pool/laundry. Check in on Saturday afternoon was easy. Cable connection missing connector but fixed immediately after our arrival. Clean park with good service. we would return for a short stay. - sp123
Jan 2016 - $28.00
Whenever we go to Yuma, we stay at Friendly Acres. It is not a big, fancy park - it is an older park with quite a few older park models. It is neat and clean, and very friendly. They have pull through sites for daily or up to a week, which are right beside the pool and laundry. These sites are not very wide, but the location of the park is good for access to whatever you might want to do in Yuma. This is a gated RV park, with an access code for after 6:00 PM - 7:00 AM. - IslandWest
Jan 2014 - $28.00
Friendly Acres was a nice clean and friendly RV park. We were only there 3 nights to visit with friends, but were treated well on arrival, and others in the park were friendly. We didn't take part in any activities. The laundry was excellent with a nice big clothes line area. The pool was excellent and well used. Location of the park is very convenient to all levels of shopping or restaurants in Yuma. - IslandWest
Feb 2016 - $23.00
West side of Yuma, near Winterhaven, on the Colorado River. Passport America & Escapees discount.
The Low Down The entire park is gravel and the spaces are very, very close to each other. Most are winter residents and they are very friendly. Location, location, location! Close to Mexico (Los Algodones 15 min), close to downtown Yuma and on the river! The main bike trail (paved) starts here and goes for miles. The Visitor center is about 2 miles away. There is one shower for men and one for women, clubhouse and laundry facilities. The park has a boat ramp for your small fishing boat or canoe on the Coloraod River.
Mojo Factor The Manager Larry is super nice and laid back. No list of rules for the park, seems to run just fine without them. The park has a full calendar with organized horseshoes, shuffle board, exercise classes, bingo, card games, karaoke, community meals and more! On Tuesday night they have a BBQ and music on the river, lots of fun. Saturdays they serve a full breakfast for $4. All in all, a good mojo factor.
The Dog's Opinion I walked the dogs down to the river which is an open space area. The reason I chose this park is because it's next to a huge City Park/wetlands called Wetlands West, many acres on the Colorado River. There are paths paved and gravel through the park and walking paths (bark covered) down by the river. I rode my bike with the dogs running through trees and bushes. there is also a large grass park across the canal (2 blocks away), with ball fields and large trees. TV signals on antenna: networks & PBS. Cell phone/Wi-Fi? Verizon is good, 3 bars. Wi-Fi from the park is very slow; I was not able to accomplish anything on it.
Across from the park (north)is another RV park, then the Interstate is next to that, so yes, you can hear the interstate. Next door is Riverfront RV Park, and I plan on checking it out next visit. The sites are a little bit bigger and it is right next to the Wetlands West open space park. - Tails From The Road
Feb 2016 - $23.00
Our site was somewhat of a makeshift site to accommodate our smaller rig in this unique laid out park. Trailers and motorhomes seem to be haphazardly scattered around a packed gravel access and egress road. Nonetheless, our site was level and worked well for us with good access to hookups. Residents are mostly seasonal/full time with few daily visitors. There are no amenities, but, what the park lacks in accommodations and amenities, it more than makes up for in hospitality. The manager is very helpful and friendly, but unfortunately will be leaving next season. Close to the interstate for easy traveling access. We would stay here again when in Yuma. - Bart1979
Dec 2015 - $20.00
This park is a mix of permanent residents, seasonal residents and short term visitors. The location is just off Interstate 8, near the Colorado River and railroad tracks on the north side of Yuma. We had no problem with noise from the highway or from trains. It has 30 amp service with gravel driveways and gravel sites with a concrete patio pad. There is a laundry and internet service although the Wi-Fi didn't quite reach to our location. Hidden Cove is not fancy but from the moment you talk to the manager, Larry, and then meet the residents here you will feel as if you are a long awaited friend. Everyone extended a smile, a wave and a warm welcome. We were there during Christmas and they had a terrific pot luck dinner. I'm sure there are more upscale parks in Yuma perhaps with more amenities but you couldn't ask for a more welcoming place than Hidden Cove. - Coopsecondact
Apr 2016 - $12.00
We only stayed one night and the resort didn't charge us. Beautiful site that pulled right up to the Colorado River. However no cell or internet service at all! We had planned to stay the month but needed services. Very disappointing since the site was great. - Buspuppies
Nov 2012 - $70.00
We stayed at a waterfront location that was just beautiful with a great view of the river/lakes. They are double wide spaces one for your RV and one for your towed and boat. Gravel lots with concrete pad in between. Mostly full timers here. We were between two sites that had been rented for 20 years to same folks. Everything here is first class. They have some rules. Nice beach, kids fishing dock, volleyball court, playground for kids, golf course. The place is designed for full timers and there are lots of permanent houses trailers. No rental of boats, no volley balls, no shuffleboard equipment, and no golf clubs to borrow. They don't even provide Wi-Fi in the clubhouse. Pool is super well, stocked store, library, and fitness center. Cell, coverage spotty here. They had a rodeo at the stables when we were here with $3 breakfast. It was great. Great park, bring your own stuff including your boat! - Pumpman2
Mar 2012 - $57.00
This is a resort or destination park, all right, with swimming pool, golf, exercise room, etc. all readily available. It is clean and tidy as well. But well over half of the sites are occupied by small, constructed houses, and most of the rest that contain RVs seem to be occupied by permanent residents. Folks here are friendly to the transients, but the park is not meant for us: that is clear. Our major complaint is the absence of wi-fi and TV cable. For $57 you might expect to have these provided. They can be, for a monthly fee of $45--but we don't expect to be here for that long. If we were interested in golf and swimming, we'd probably rate the park somewhat higher. Staying here has been an interesting experience, but we won't be back. - Dick B.
Apr 2016 - $15.00
This park is located on the South East side of Yuma, but is not too far away from anything you need. We stayed for a week at the first time visitor rate. The site was level and all the hookups worked well. A little smaller than some of the other Escapee parks we have visited. - jtl2
Mar 2016 - $16.00
This is an Escapees Cooperative park so Escapees RV Club membership is a must. The park is very friendly. The park facilities were excellent. The laundry was inexpensive and clean. We were there at the end of the season so many members were gone or in the process of leaving. There is 75 cent ice cream on Sunday afternoon. The hookups were adequate with free cable TV. The water is very full of minerals so you may not want to wash your rig here as we did; we had white spots all over. Our Verizon signal was good here. It is a bit windy and dusty here. We would use the park again when going to Algadones, MX for dental work. - Kent and Margaret
Jan 2016 - $8.00
Stayed in dry camping because no open sites. Rates were increased from last stay. We were told because dry campers use facilities. Thought that was what they pay for. We were also told to dump extra $10. Can't use own laundry either. Interesting that park model occupants can use all the facilities, sewer and water needed, but RVers have to use their laundry, and pay such high dump fees! (?money?)
Didn't feel as welcome as some other SKP parks we have been to. Would not stay there again. - club member
Mar 2016 - $25.00
The positive: VERY clean and secure! Lots of activities if you are into that. Good location for the Yuma Area. The not so good; lots of rules!!! You will get chastised should you walk your dog down the wrong street!! Wifi is almost unusable. Rear pet gate is locked from 6 PM to 6 AM. Did I mention the rules?? LOTS of rules!! This park is really geared for the seasonal snowbirds but has many very large pull throughs near the front of the park. We noted that there always seemed to be open spots available. Water is nasty!! You can purchase 5 gal of water at the park vending station for $1. This is common in Yuma. There are many parks in Yuma that are half the price but without some of the activities. If all you need is a place to park with full hookups, you can find them for about $265 to $300 per month. - Beech35p
Jan 2016 - $20.00
Park was clean, kept up well. The park was located next to the freeway so, easy on, easy off. The roads were wide and paved. Sites were gravel, sort of level with a dip in the middle but plenty long. (We are 70' total.) All the transient site people were very nice as well as the regulars. Dog park was good. Don't try to walk your dog on certain roads, though, you will get yelled at. We spent one month here and were surprised at checkout to hear that they had no record of our electrical meter. Nothing had been written down when we checked in evidently so we were told it was free. About 2 weeks later I got a call saying they found a ticket for our electric. Really? It was double what we have ever paid in the past for electric! I feel like they just made something up, felt cheated. Not going there again. Make sure you read or take a picture of the electrical meter when you check in & out. - Lisanator
Dec 2015 - $37.00
My rating would have been much higher if we could have used the WiFi. Absolutely non-existent WIFI. Park is only half full and we can rarely access the Internet just to check email. RVer's need decent WiFi service. I would be willing to pay extra for decent WIFI service.
The park has 460 sites of which the RV portion of the park is a parking lot with about 50 gravel spaces surrounded by Park Models. Paved lanes with gravel sites. Each site has a narrow concrete strip. No table, so not sure what the concrete strip is for. There is a nice fenced dog park. There is a small amount of landscaping in front of each park model but no landscaping in the RV area. Good utility hookups. Pool area is lacking any personality. SPA is not in operation. Club House is sterile with no personality. Easy access to the park to or from the highway and no hiway noise. But train noise all night long with train whistles.
There is an activities director and activities planned all day except Saturday and Sunday. There is a worship service at 10 AM on Sundays. The activities tend to start each day at 8:00 AM and very little is planned in the afternoons and evenings. The park is so quiet in the afternoon and evenings we actually wonder some days if we are the only one's here. There is a really nice outdoor mall in Yuma and numerous restaurants and a great grocery store (Frye's) with a big WalMart close by. There is very little to do in this area other than riding dunebuggys in the sand dunes across the river. - JanneC
Feb 2016 - $26.00
This is an older park with mainly long term residents. We stayed over the weekend so never met the managers. Not thing fancy but nice and quiet with trees. Would stay here again. - Smokinghawk49
Nov 2015 - $25.00
Once again we spent 3 months here as "Snowbirds". This park has become our second home because of the people and quality of the park. Being older one would expect it to be rundown, that is not the case at all. In fact, they just this year added free wi-fi. Also, this is one of the few parks in Yuma that has grass and trees. NO, there is not a swimming pool or Pickle Ball courts. Though you can play shuffle board & there are other activities, cards, bingo and coffee & donuts once a week. Overall, this is a place to relax and enjoy visiting with other RV'ers if you like. I don't want to ruin the park with a lot of other campers, so please stay away. Yes ... that is meant as a joke. Hope to see more of you next year. - Twotravelers
Mar 2015 - $25.00
This is an older park with many trees and grass, also is a 55+ park with wonderful people living there and a management that goes above and beyond to make you feel welcome. The park is very well maintained and quiet with good access to walking along the canal. Though close, one needs to drive to shopping. - Twotravelers
May 2012 - $35.00
Wide paved roads with narrow gravel sites and big concrete patios. Your neighbor might be only a few feet from you. A few sites are long enough to accommodate a big motor home. Restrooms/showers were small but clean. Two pools with different water temperatures so you can choose warm or cold. The clubhouse had a library and pool tables. - peppermint123
Jan 2012 - $36.00
Rate shown includes resort fee of $3. This is now an Encore Resort. Access roads paved. Site was fairly level and a gravel back-in. It had a cement patio, but no table. Cable TV is $2 a day extra. TV reception from antenna produced 4 or 5 English language channels. Wi-Fi is a hotspot at the club house, but I picked up another signal from my site (77) strong enough for Skype. Lots of daily activities. This park is more suitable for seasonal guests. There is only a limited amount of sites available for overnight and you should call first for availability. - Onemoretrail
Jan 2013 - $18.00
Rate reflects 3 month stay. We spent 3 months here during the winter. Park is very clean, sites are large enough to park your vehicle next to your rig. There are lots of activities & events going on in the park. We would stay here again if we spend the winter in Yuma. - stella fouche
Jan 2013 - $18.00
Rate is based on monthly rate of $550. Park is targeted to those that want to buy/own a manufactured or rark model home. While there is a section of the park for RVs they have no signage directing RVs where to park to register nor set aside any parking for them once they are on the park grounds. They don't even have a website that promotes or provides any information! The sites are large and graveled. The roads are paved and there are street lights. There is an electric gate which is closed at night and the park and area is very safe and quiet. The office staff is not very customer service oriented. For example, there is no change machine in the laundry room and when I asked the office manager if she would sell me a roll of quarters I was told that I would have to go to a bank! The laundry room does not provide an ironing board or iron either. There are two tennis courts, shuffle board courts, horseshoe pits and bocce playing area. There isn't much in the way of organized activities which we were disappointed in. The Wi-Fi is terrible and costly at $30 per month and doesn't allow the use of Skype, Voice over Internet telephone service, or anything else except Web-based email. We would not stay at this park again. - User1203
Apr 2016 - $28.00
One of the better older Yuma rv parks. A bit run down but serviceable. Some shade, close to a very large park. - ldukeb
Nov 2015 - $20.00
I found this park by accident when looking for a reasonable place to stay when my wife and I were going to move from her last Traveling Nurse Job in Las Vegas to her next one in Yuma; we are now in our third winter here. This is an older park, it is clean and quiet. It is close to everything in Yuma. It has access nearby to one of the nicest city parks I have ever been close to, lots of walking and bike trails and very clean and modern, I sailed my RC Sailboat there in their Cement Pond along with other old guys most every day.
This is a park for older people, I believe it is over 55+ only, although I saw some kids come to visit Grandma and Grandpa around the Holidays a couple of times. There are planned activities and communal meals for Holiday Occasions. It is not fancy, but it is very quiet with lots of nice shade trees to keep the trailer cool.
Many of the winter residents have been coming there for years.
The park backs up to the south bank of the Colorado River, across the river to the north is California. - Slvrgost
Mar 2012 - $10.00
Spent 5 months at this park. Typical Yuma park with gravel sites. Paved streets and lots of trees. Liked the area. Verizon worked well. Close to shopping and downtown Yuma. - RETE8
May 2016 - $15.00
This is a great park for a few days while visiting Yuma or Algodones, MX. It's in an older, lower class neighborhood but, if that bothers you, you're too good for this park anyway. The manager is what makes this park our favorite place to stay when we visit Yuma. She's such a friendly, outgoing person that you want to go back just to see her.
We've never used the facilities (restrooms, showers, pool, laundry, etc) but that's not why we stay there. It's convenient to Algodones (15 minutes) as well as a variety of services in Yuma.
For the first time, we had a minor problem this year when the kids in the trailer park next door hit our rig with a soccer ball. One word with the manager, and that was the end of that.
The only issue with the space is the location of the sewer. Our dump bay is amidships. The sewer connection is at the back of the space. We would need a 25' hose to dump. We find it easier to dump on the way out at the common dump station across from the office. - LM&TinView
Mar 2016 - $15.00
As noted by others, a lower working class area but very safe. Older park with unkept grassy sites but concrete patios. Very quiet park with friendly fellow rv'ers. Mgmt is very friendly and helpful.
Pool is small and only open at certain times. One old shuffleboard but appears useable. We feel very comfortable here and love it's twelve minute drive to Algodones for our dental work which is an extremely safe place with great food and swarming with Americans and Canadians.
Wifi is free but for extra $2 per day and our Netgear extender ($35 on Amazon) it was very fast.
Will definitely stay here again. - Robertg7
Dec 2015 - $15.00
We will stay here every time we stay in Yuma. The manager is very nice. The showers worked fine, had plenty of hot water and were clean. The place is older and somewhat run-down, but we will stay here again. - tajmahaulers
Dec 2013 - $35.00
The Schechert Family Fitness Center offers 48 RV sites around the perimeter of their parking lot. All sites are full hookup. Many are big rig sites. Most sites are narrow and close together, although all sites are at least 16' wide including a small concrete patio area. Annual rate is $2850 plus metered electric. Monthly rate is $350 plus electric. Weekly and Daily rate is based on season and include electric. Winter Weekly rate is $235 and Winter Daily rate is $35.50. The use of Schechert Family Fitness Center is available, free of charge, for all who reside in the RV park. The fitness center includes cardio, strength and free weights and a scheduled variety of fitness classes. An outdoor pool and spa is also available for use. - 15243
Mar 2016 - $43.00
Very clean, some trees, great staff. Can not believe the coating on the deck of the pool and in the hot tub. It is like sharp rocks, damaged bathing suit, can't shower without shoes. They closed the pool today for resurfacing, hope it is the rocks. Showers real nice. Cable limited because of Time Warner wanting you to buy a box, but still have a lot, compared to other parks. WiFi good, but park about 1/2 empty. Verizon good if you need it. All activities over by late March. We would come back for sure. - macmember
Jan 2016 - $18.00
We enjoyed our stay here. Everyone was very friendly. Sites are gravel and dirt and very level. Utilities worked well. There are lots of activities going on here, always something to do. The one thing that struck us as being odd was that people with pets are in a separate section from ones without pets. We don't have pets, but we like to see people walking their dogs. We probably won't come back to this area but if we do, we'd stay in this park again. - mrpeepers
Apr 2015 - $35.00
The staff is friendly and helpful. Everything was clean and neat. The WiFi did not work well where we were located near the front. The pull thru site we had was level and large with a concrete patio but no vegetation of any kind. We would stay here again as an overnight stop. - 2WArvers
Nov 2015 - $35.00
Park is located outside of Yuma on South 3E Avenue. Spacious lots, 50 amp power, clean, warm pool, good laundry and clubhouse facilities made enjoyable by friendly, down-to-earth folks. Always a good visit! New management is steadily making improvements to the park with park roads scheduled to be chip-sealed in near future. - S1234
Jan 2014 - $25.00
Rate reflects Passport America. Washrooms were in terrible shape. Many permanent residents whose trailers were not in the best of shape. Lots of long term folks. Our site was right by the bathroom building, and we had a gentleman drive right up into our site to get his laundry in the night. Would not return and cannot recommend it. - Euri
Mar 2013 - $21.00
Cost reflects Passport America rate. This park is outside of Yuma so there is a short drive to shopping etc. Even though they advertise Wi-Fi, it was not available at our site. They stress that you will have to pay for breaking the water spigots, but it would be useful if they painted them a bright color so that they would stand out. The site was level & wide. The park was nicely laid out & relatively quiet considering they are only 7 miles from an active Marine air base. Be prepared to be awoken each morning by the free running roosters that start crowing around 5 AM. A couple of speed bumps are quite high & you may hit your undercarriage. Good for an overnight. - flower Too
Mar 2015 - $30.00
We spent Oct 2014 thru March of 15 at Sun Ridge. Spaces are large with nice cement patios. Staff is amazing and always helpful. Beautiful pool and hot tub. All kinds of activities. Will be back next year. - teach42
Jan 2015 - $30.00
Internal roads are paved, sites are level, facilities worked well, site was satellite friendly. All sites are back-in and are big rig friendly. Staff were friendly, there is no WiFi, T-Mobile cell service was very poor, Virgin Mobile Mifi worked well. Cash or check only. The park was quiet. We would stay here again. - KDSpree
Oct 2014 - $30.00
We stayed here at various times. Previous managers were just terrible and Park supervisors from Company are even worse. If you complained you would be thrown out of Park. The current managers are very good. Basic park with a hot tub and pool. Rates are among best in Yuma and large open lots which help to save the day. Rating is based on current managers. - Arizonaboy
Dec 2014 - $13.00
Sun Vista is a large park, with 1200 sites. Most sites have park model snowbird residents; however, there is plenty of room for RVs as well. The park is gated with staff present, very well maintained, clean, and full of amenities. It's a safe park, in a very nice area that is convenient to local shopping and sites of interest. Streets are a bit narrow and sites are small - not a lot of privacy. There is a lot to do: many clubs, activities, entertainment, fitness center, two large swimming pools with hot tubs, a small park, recreation areas, pool rooms, large laundry, mail room, massage, hair salon. The flat, paved streets are ideal for bike riding. - MargaretL
Dec 2014 - $14.00
After reading the write up in the Good Sam RV Park directory, we decided to stay here for a month. They had a special on for $400.00 per month, which was a big help in deciding to stay here. The streets are narrow and we had a bit of a difficult time backing our 43' Super C into our spot, but did get it eventually. The site was level and quite roomy, with a concrete pad and gravel around. We had a small orange tree at our site. It was fairly noisy at night due to trains, planes and cars. They have indoor and outdoor pools and jacuzzi's, a big library and a large variety of activities. We enjoyed everything at this camp, but were very disappointed that there was no Wifi, as stated in the Good Sam guide. The guide didn't specify "Wifi Hotspot" or "Wifi only in the office", it said Wifi. There is no wifi at the sites, and the wifi that was supposed to be at the office was impossible to get onto. When we (along with many others) complained at the office we were told by the office staff that they hadn't had any complaints before. I think we got on the internet at the office twice in the month we were there. We also were not able to get the cable channels they said they had. There are mostly park models at this park. We were appreciative of the very friendly security guards who were there around the clock, and felt safe and secure with them there. We would stay here again if/when they have internet at the sites. - Lollyp
Jan 2012 - $47.00
This is an older campground with a a lot of older park models and some newer units. January 1st a lot of 5th wheel and motorhomes arrived. Great facilities and everyone was very friendly. 52 TV channels included and internet was easily connected by Century Link at $14.95/month. Moved here from an unfriendly park nearby. Lots of activities and a fitness center or if you prefer just sit by the pool and enjoy the sun. Stayed here for 2 months. - nosaj
Feb 2014 - $38.00
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. - Hameisters
Jan 2013 - $38.00
Not sure where to begin this one. When we arrived we were going to stay three months (Winter). The office staff was nice until the Managers Husband took us to our site. It was very small and there was only 30 amp service. They found us another site that was a little bigger but still no 50 amp. The managers husband was very rude and told us if this didn't work we were out of luck. We really wanted to stay here because our friends were here. We were able to get in to the site (Barely). As soon as we hooked up our electric everything began smoking! Our new flat screen TV, Our inverter and my desk top all fried. When we told the office what had happened I over heard the one lady in the office say through a window, "Oh no, it has happened again"! We were so upset. They sent a maintenance man out along with the Managers husband. Upon inspection they said there was nothing wrong. Our neighbor was there and spotted a problem. He told the young man to look at the ground line. Sure enough the parks system was not grounded properly.The managers husband asked why we did not have electrical protection, we do but not for a 30 amp plug. What a nightmare. We also discovered this happened to a person two days prior to our issues. They need to fix the electrical before they put a RV in the site. We are from Canada and I will post this on every site I can find. By the way we are still waiting for them to make a decision if our damaged items will be paid for. Our insurance co. will take care of it. We left that park and found a much nicer place to stay. I highly recommend that if you are snow birding avoid this place like the flu! Also, the managers husband should never come in contact with any guests. He is rude and has no right to speak to people as he did to us! - sidbartello
Jan 2013 - $39.00
Needed a quick overnight stop and this park fit the bill nicely. Staff was friendly and helpful. Sites are a bit tight and with (it seems) much of Yuma, significant number of long term residents. The dog walk area gets a 9 (not fenced so no 10), open to a huge dry wash. Just off I-8, some traffic noise but not an issue. Be aware they take only cash or checks - seemed a bit odd in this day and age. - Dogs and Cats
Feb 2015 - $18.00
Park is an older park but very friendly staff. Loads of permanent/ seasonal residents. Close to all amenities. Noisy as it is on the flight path of the airport. Nice walking trail very close by. - Snowbird56
Mar 2013 - $34.00
Rate Good Sam discount. Nice place. We arrived late Friday afternoon. The office was closed, but a CG host gave us a spot and wrote down our names; we took care of the rest in the morning. They required the birth year of both of us.. Friendly people, gravel parking with a concrete pad as you step out the door. The pool was 80 degrees, the spa was 107 degrees and they were open 24 hr. The shower was roomy and there were enough hooks. This place is within walking distance of a Super Walmart; there is actually a gate out the side into the WM parking lot. After shopping you bring the cart back to your spot to unload and leave the cart in the road in front, the park takes them back to the WM several times a day. There are several fast food places within walking distance also. Great internet with our MiFi on the Verizon network. A large dog walking area just out side the RV park. - becida
Jan 2013 - $38.00
Skip This One. The pull through sites are so close together that there was 7" between us and our neighbor. We asked to move to a site where there was no one on either side of us, but were told that the spot had an RV in it. It didn't, but we didn't get to move. If you have laundry to do, make sure you have the correct bills needed. Payment for the laundry machines is done by a machine that says it only takes $10 or $20 bills. First you must purchase a card for $5.00 and then load it with the amount you need. The card is useless anywhere else. You could be left with money on the card and a card worth $5.00. The washrooms are closed every evening for more than 2 hours while they are being cleaned. A few nights both washrooms in the facility were closed at the same time for hours. The washrooms are very old, very small, and there are too few available. This park is across from the airport and is never quiet, plus you can hear a garbage truck at 4am in the morning emptying garbage at a business next door. This place is over priced for what you get. We will never come here again. Save your money. - Lollyp
Feb 2016 - $26.00
This is one in a seemingly endless array of generic, featureless, and charm-free snowbird parks in Yuma. There are three others exactly like this one bordering on it. I don't know why people choose to spend a winter here when for about the same price there are a number of lovely RV parks in Tucson surrounded by natural beauty and boasting far more and better amenities. This place doesn't even appear to have a restroom and showers! That being said, if you HAVE to be in Yuma, this is a decent value for $26/day including tax for FHU. Probably because of the cheap price it was just about full and there were only two sites available. Of course there are DOZENS of similar places all around so I wouldn't worry about reservations, but it looks like most of the others are around $30/day. The sites are sand/gravel (bring blocks so your jacks don't sink in!), with a concrete patio (no picnic table). They are long, all back-in, and although the actual sand part is fairly narrow, there is plenty of room on each side for pull outs. Not very dog friendly though. No dog run or grass area to walk the pooch, just around the park and along the street out front. And I wanted to check the bulletin board by the office when I was walking the dog and as soon as I set foot on the "patio", the host came running out shouting, "Ma'am, Ma'am, NO DOGS ALLOWED ON THE PATIO!! (And repeated it twice just so I'd get the message!). The manager and other residents were nice enough, though. No wifi here and judging from the reviews there aren't many parks in town that have workable wifi. Good strong Verizon signal though. Oh yeah, and they don't take credit cards. I suppose if I HAD to be in Yuma again, I'd stay here, but only because of the price. - Pdxjoanne
Jan 2016 - $26.00
Nice place to stay overnight or extended. Normal amenities. Cable OK but limited stations. Be careful when being parked by management. He got me too close to concrete pad & rubbed on back tires. Would stay again. - Smokinghawk49
Mar 2014 - $10.00
We have stayed at Sunset Palm for the past four winters, November-March. They advertise as having the largest sites and lowest rates in Yuma. That is probably correct. The sites are wide, deep and level. Sites are sand/dirt with a large concrete patio. There is only one tree, the Sunset Palm. Street are wide asphalt/sand. Owners don't spend much on improvements, but do keep the park very clean and well maintained. There is no activity director, but residents are encouraged to have games, dinners, crafts, etc. in the clubhouse and adjacent patio. Monthly rate with a 5 month reservation is $290 + electricity. We have a reservation for the 2014-2015 season. There are a few sites available for overnighters. - Travelin Rose
Apr 2016 - $36.00
The park is beautiful landscaping through out the park. The sites are spacious and long. All sites are back in but the interior roads ae wide. They are angled not straight back-ins. The park staff is very friendly and helpful. It is a gated area with guards on duty around the park. The park is designed for long term stays. There are some small homes built on some sites, not the typical park models, these are nicely done. It is a great park. We would return if in the area. - JDR
Feb 2016 - $42.00
As with other reviewers, this is one very good park. We have a 43 foot motorhome, which we backed in. Wide spaces between sites, even though we parked our toad on the side of the coach. Two beautiful pools, hot tub, and rec center. The burger bash (held twice a month) draws a good crowd, with local music being played - very nice event. They also have other similar events (check schedule).
Two concerts a month. Make sure you book the concert early. The best seating, which use a high back chair and soft seat are used. If the concert is booking up, they use "fold up chairs" which are not comfortable and painful.
Friendly people visiting. The only thing I can gripe about is the electric. For twenty days, we got hit with a $120 bill. The electric portion of the bill was only $60, the rest was taxes, EPA, meter reading, etc. This is not the parks fault (although they do collect $10 to read your meter and bill you) - but is the fault of Arizona power.
All in all - good location, great park, good sites, good service, nice friendly visitors (i.e. neighbors), and events. A bit more cost than other parks, but worth it! - Dutch Master
Feb 2016 - $44.00
Let me state this resort is impeccable, the lots are gravel but spotless and level, power is clean, lots of water pressure and your permitted to wash vehicles, etc. on Tuesday! A central location for on/off I-8 and close to Los Algodones for shopping/dental work, highly recommended! But it's noisy, vehicle traffic, air traffic, train traffic all night and every night. Other than that this place is a real gem! - Uncle Billy
Feb 2016 - $33.00
Very friendly and clean RV park. The pool and hot tub were great, and the showers and restroom were clean but dated. All the residents, both full time and transient, were welcoming. On the downside, the airport and a military flying facility are very near-by. Moreover, the wifi hardly worked. - Atnt Life Grand
Mar 2015 - $20.00
Very friendly residents. You can get as "involved" as you choose, or not. Pool was clean, residents friendly, everyone helpful. We have been there twice in 4 years...and will happily go again! - Rusty Quilter
Dec 2013 - $33.00
I spent two nights here because we were passing through to CA. I am grateful for that because it is the high season and most parks are filled with seasonal renters and offer no overnighters. The worst part is that the sites are tight. Not only that but the seasonals stake out every square inch of "their" plot with sheds, fencing, ATVs, membrane garages and what not. I tried backing in my 40 footer and had a hell of a time. Other than that, very clean, quiet, and plenty of fruit they share, and places to walk the dog. - scarpacci
Apr 2013 - $20.00
We stayed here for a couple of days because it's close to Mexico. The sites were level and the utilities worked well. They do not have WiFi, but our Verizon worked well here. All the sites are back-in and ours was a little tricky to get into because we needed to squeeze in between a tree and transformer. They don't take reservations, so it's first come, first served. We heard a little noise from the interstate but it didn't cause any issues. The people and host are very friendly and there are a few activities. We would stay here again. - dandg
Feb 2012 - $20.00
We stayed at this park after staying at one of the families other parks. We found this park to be just as good as the other ones. We did like the layout of how the spaces are laid out more than the others. The managers are very nice and were more then helpful. We will stay here again. The activities we found to be fun and inviting. The rates are very reasonable for the area. - User2448
Feb 2016 - $25.00
We stayed in this park for 2 months. It was clean & all the park models were kept up nicely with landscaping for the most part. We really enjoyed being so close to the golf course & played often. Golf prices were great. The staff in both the main office & pro shop were very nice & personable. The wait staff in the bar were terribly slow so we stopped going there to eat or even get a cocktail, sad really. No dog park within the boundaries of the park, have to take your pets out to the desert which means loading them up in your vehicle multiple times a day & night. Not convenient at all, or safe at night since we heard of several snake bites being reported. Weren't told about the extra garbage & water fee upfront. Don't like surprises like that. Had good cell (AT&T) & satellite coverage. - Lisanator
Jan 2016 - $25.00
Great place to stay; lots of activities and reasonably-priced golf. Restaurant has good food at a good price. However, getting our 35' motorhome between the concrete pad and the hookup box required care. The camp host was great at directing my husband into the spot. Staff and block watch host all very friendly but the residents not so much. Lots of rules. Had to wear a name tag and that identified us as 'not permanent' to the residents. We would stay here again. - lstaff
Jan 2016 - $25.00
Excellent park. The people who complain about dog restriction obviously are the people the rules are made for. We found the lack of barking and dog droppings refreshing. There are plenty of dogs in the park, but they are kept, under control by owners. Great pool and spa. Huge library and great work out room. Went for one night ad stayed a week. Can not wait to return. Easy to get into level slots. Only complaint is the internet. As seems to be the standard these days, nearly impossible to get on. - terrytckl
Mar 2016 - $1.00
Price reflects C2C membership. There are daily activities-some generated by campground and some by the residents. This is a standard "parking lot" style campground. However, they easily handle big rigs. Some sites were larger than others. They allowed us to pick the site that best worked for us. Gravel roads through the campground that are very well maintained. Each camp site is gravel. Sites are all very level. Each site had a picnic table. Only 30 amps available. Nice Pool and hot tub area. The pool is heated. There are 2 laundry rooms. The water has a lot of salt content, so beware of washing vehicles or the RV. We couldn't taste the salt; but see residue. Salt free water is available to purchase at the campground. We were able to get Verizon signal-but it was inconsistent and often very weak. Easy to get DirecTV satellite. - Priceless RV Adventures
Feb 2016 - $1.00
Very nice RV park. Was warmly greeted by Opal, easy check-in and then directed to our site. Conveniently located to shopping in Yuma but still quiet in a rural setting. Paved roads, gravel sites with picnic tables. - Dedra C
Jan 2016 - $10.00
Park is located in a rural farming area about 10 miles from the shopping area in Yuma. Park is neat & clean in appearance for an older park. Access to our gravel pull thru site was fine. The park only has 30 amp electric service & each pedestal is marked "No Electric Heaters". The utilities are located near the rear of pull thru sites & worked fine. Propane is available at the park. WiFi in the clubhouse did not always work well. TV reception was fine with the rv antenna. There seemed to be a lot of activities scheduled in the clubhouse. The staff was friendly & helpful. We will return when in Yuma. - c lewis