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Date of Stay: January, 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! We camped at Arizona West RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 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. We camped at Arizona West RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 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. We camped at Arizona West RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
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