53 Parks near Yuma, Arizona
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
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
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
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
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
Apr 2016 - $5.00
Rate reflects ROD membership and fee for 50 amp service. Came to Pilot Knob due to proximity to Los Algodones, MX dentist visit. Park was dusty, barren, and pool and pool area were not clean. Hot tub had 1 man and 2 children in it and there was no additional room available. It did not look clean either. Check-in was expedient, however requested site facing east and was given one facing due west. Several very hot days. Extension needed to hook up electric as post was on the passenger side of the rig. We will not stay again unless visiting the dentist. - Eureka12
Apr 2016 - $15.00
Well maintained, ample sites. Workers are doing a great job keeping trees pruned for the back ins. Thoughtful registration gave us a site with shade. Electric is constant, no shut off. Suggest a charge protector on your rig. - Larc
Mar 2016 - $5.00
Wow! What a difference a few months make, this park has made a change for the BETTER! The staff was wonderful and very accomodating, even allowed us to store our motorcycle when we went to Mexico for the week!!! They accept visitor mail and packages, no site # needed. All the facilities have been repaired and if something does break, maintenance is right there to fix it. My only lingering complaint is the cleanliness of pool and hot tub, pool could use a good vacuum, hot tub probably drain and start over. The sites are relatively wide with a nice size concrete pad, fhu. Some pull throughs, 30 or 50 amp not always both but they are trying to upgrade that. Dog run, nice garden sitting area, some social activities, beautiful views of sunset and the very best night view of the church at the Center of the World, Felicity. We enjoyed our 1 week stay so much we extended for another week. Nice to see a park strive to become better and this one is exceeding!! - rob4mepls
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
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
Mar 2016 - $30.00
Has large mature trees at the back of every site and green grass! That was the draw for us. Although still lined up parking lot style, each back-in site has shade from the trees and a sense of separation from the neighbors behind. The Colorado River runs through on one end. On the border of AZ and CA and only 2.5 miles from Yuma and 5 miles from Los Algodones Mexico. Huge older park, a bit dated but well maintained. Great laundry facility, library, rec hall and game room. Laid back with very friendly people. Mix of park models and RV's, seasonal and short stay. - NanciRV
Feb 2016 - $30.00
We were pleasantly surprised by River's Edge. While the sites are basic and are definitely closer together than we'd prefer, there was enough space in between sites to not feel too cramped. The park is mostly occupied by winter/seasonal RVs, and they don't take reservations for short-term stays, but we called in the morning to confirm that they had space for us for a few nights. The dog walk area is very long, and there are stairs to a gravel service road (not part of the RV park) that we and many others also used for dog walks. During our visit they were doing a trial run of allowing dogs along the "river walk" part of the park as well. Since it was 90 degrees (in February) this was great as our Lab could hop into the Colorado river in a couple places to get wet. There was no WiFi, and our cellular service was only OK. With two bars of Verizon LTE and one bar of AT&T LTE, we got data working on both but it was slow. The staff was friendly, and the park was clean and attractive. There was some highway noise from I-10 but it wasn't too bad (it might depend on how close your site is to the highway). Based only on the sites I'd give the park a lower rating, but because of the good price, the good dog walking opportunities, and the shade from the trees, we give it an overall "8" rating. We need to return to Yuma in the summer when it'll be 110 degrees, and the shade trees here will certainly bring us back to River's Edge. - LifeRebooted
Oct 2015 - $28.00
This was going to be a one night stop with some fishing. Fishing is not good, water too swift. The spots are uneven but easy to navigate. The issue for us was the power, as it was unbalanced after a lightning storm came through. One leg was low enough to make me decide to run the generator rather than risk my RV equipment. I could have moved but decided not to with no promise of better power. The staff was great but they were gone when the power went bad so there was no help except to move or put on the generator. There were trees lining the back of most spaces, not ours. I could see that they could block out the morning sun or the afternoon sun, depending on which row you're parked on. Full hookups, 30/50 amp, not level where I was but a number did seem to be better. Dirt and gravel with a cement pad for a patio. Lots of long term residences. Friendly people, which I have not always found with long term residents. - Gilbert & Gail
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