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Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $41.00
Great park/resort. Escort to the site and knowledgeable assistance getting parked and hooked up. I wish we had had time to try the golf course, it looked to be in great shape. We really enjoyed the pool and spa, but the best feature of the whole place was the huge grassy dog park where there were always lots of dogs to socialize with. Very good laundry, too. We camped at Cocopah Bend RV and Golf Resort in a Motorhome.
Very convenient to Los Algodones.
Date of Stay: January, 2015 - $20.00
We are here for about 3 months and have not encountered any unfriendly people at all. The park is clean, the sites have fresh gravel and plenty of space for our trailer and vehicle. The park has enough to keep you busy if you choose to. When it comes to the tight fairways on the golf course - come on, we are not pros and can also encounter the same issues on other courses...so deal with it or don't play. The camping fee is well worth it and because it is on a reserve, there are no taxes. Highly recommended! We camped at Cocopah Bend RV and Golf Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is in the country (with mountains in our background) therefore shopping tends to be a bit farther out, however it is a very quiet place withs lots of agriculture near by to see. Algodonnes, Mexico is 10 minutes away and a very clean friendly town. California is only minutes away and a must to go see the Sand Dunes. The scenery is magnificent with the mountain views all around.
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $39.00
Wonderful, quiet RV park. Gravel spaces. Minimal highway noise and no railroad noise. Out of the way. 24-hour guards. If you use the Cocopah Casino website GPS coordinates, you will end up 5 miles south of the RV park on South Hwy 95. Take the last exit in AZ before you cross into CA. Call the office and get the street directions. Close to Walmart, grocery stores, and a Sketchers outlet store (within 3 miles). We camped at Cocopah Bend RV and Golf Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $36.00
The pet area is great! The streets are narrow and one way going in the wrong direction. The utilities are at the back of the sites, obviously set up for park models. When we pulled in it was close to 5 and quitting time for the girl in the office. She hurried the process - as in didn't ask for money - just handed us off to an "escort." We had two escorts to help us park. Neither were helpful and probably lived in park models and didn't know anything about backing up a rig into a spot from the blind side. Pets not allowed to walk in non-pet area, which shortened our daily walks as we could only go on certain streets. Wi-Fi available only at a couple of spots in the park and then it was slow. You will like this place if you play golf. Most of residents are snowbirds from Canada who are very friendly. Will not stay again because of the tight spots and weird parking. We camped at Cocopah Bend RV and Golf Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $42.00
I'm not a golfer so this isn't a park I'd stay in again. We had to drive the wrong way down a street to get to our site with an escort and back in. Sites are gravel with a concrete patio. Had to run our sewer hose under a fence at the back. Everyone was friendly. The dog area is all grass and has shade but to get around, it seems you really need a golf cart or a bicycle. We never did get to the river. We camped at Cocopah Bend RV and Golf Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $38.00
Snooty people upset my wife. Unless you golf, you may be in the wrong place. Pedestal caught fire. Park very interested in what we did to cause it. Hookups way in back. Spots are three cars wide with concrete pad. Rate based on weekly price. We probably won't stay here again. We camped at Cocopah Bend RV and Golf Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $46.00
This is a 55+ adult community located on the Cocopah Indian Reservation which borders the northeast side of Yuma and the Colorado River. It is far enough away from the freeway that road noise, while present, is a low din. However, if your site is located along a fairway, the golf cart traffic (either from the maintenance staff or golfers) begins at 7am and continues to 6pm. Sites are larger compared to many other RV parks. Pool was excellent, showers were excellent and washrooms were usually clean. Wifi access is limited to those hotspots near the two antennae, so the signal can be good to non-existent depending upon your location within the resort. Local calls could be made with a phone located in the activities center office. If you golf, this is an excellent resort (although some fairways are narrow and getting a desirable tee time is difficult due to the high demand). The park is located at the edge of Yuma so one needs to drive to access grocery stores. We stayed for a month which lowered the daily rate to $20 plus electricity. There were more organized activities that we would ever have been able to utilize. We enjoyed the pool, the golf, and being at a park away from the rush of the city. We camped at Cocopah Bend RV and Golf Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $20.00
If you are an avid golfer and are interested in daily activities then this is for you. The residents are snow birds with some living year round in the park models. Most are very snooty and have no regard for others when on their golf carts The park is clean and they have a wonderful dog park but just don't let your dog pee in the street or walk on someone else's space. We stayed a month and thought it was a nice park for others but will not stay again. We camped at Cocopah Bend RV and Golf Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $38.00
We really enjoyed our stay at Cocopah; although, it is a bit out of the way which does make you think about what you may or may not need from town before you settle in. The grounds near the main centre are very nice as are the staff. Although, the escort tried to to direct my husband and I on how to park our 40 foot unit and should have given up sooner. We have our system as does other couples so they should respect that. We didn't get down this far south with an escort. They do have a really wonderful dog area which is the biggest and the nicest we have ever seen. It is not fenced so it's off or on leash if you wish and all grass. It was very clean and the chats among the dog owners are always going on. Very friendly people. The golf course is tight, but worth playing. Great price of $29.00 with cart for 18 holes. The down side is the hookups are further back than one would expect. Bring another length of sewer hose with you or be prepared to head to town. In saying that, several large units together can make it very tight, but we were OK where we were. Considering coming back for longer next year. We camped at Cocopah Bend RV and Golf Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $18.00
Rate reflects the monthly rate. Great park. Clean and safe. Has security. Beautiful golf course and grounds, and the best dog park we have found in our year of traveling. People are very friendly with a lot of activities that do not involve golf. Good food at the 19th hole. Breakfast, lunch and dinner. Ten miles from I-10 but worth the few extra miles to get to. Surrounded by fields with a lot of vegetables growing. Paved roads with gravel lots that are level. This is our second time here and will come again. We camped at Cocopah Bend RV and Golf Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2013 - $28.00
Good golf course at reasonable prices, but poorly managed and disorganized. Tournaments get priority and bump people with reserved tee times (twice in one week). Long term residents get priority. We were here 2 weeks and were ignored. Very much the cliques. We had six in our group so not too bad, but 2 people on their own were lost. Wi-Fi only at rec center and office area, no site internet. Lots along golf course are to be stayed away from. They will put up screens, but golfers are terrible and will rain balls on your rig. Demand sites away from golf fairways. We camped at Cocopah Bend RV and Golf Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2012 - $41.00
We chose a golf course back-in site which I wouldn't recommend for fear of taking hits from golf balls. They offered to put up a screen to protect the front. The golf course has very narrow fairways winding through the park and the roads are narrow and confusing. The sewer connection was so far back I had to add another piece of hose. Even though I-8 is only about 1/4 mile away, you have to backtrack about 6 miles to get to the nearest access ramp and shopping. We spent two nights here. We camped at Cocopah Bend RV and Golf Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $38.00
This is a huge park with lots of amenities and activities, including a golf course. The big draw here in winter is the weather. The location of the park does not render it convenient for an over-night stay but it is popular with snowbirds. There is excellent cable but the Wi-Fi, which is free, is non-existent. You would think a park of this size would have a better set up. Laundry and bathroom facilities are nice. Sites are close together and it is basically a large dirt parking lot. If you don't golf and don't like lots of sunshine, this isn't the place for you. We camped at Cocopah Bend RV and Golf Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2012 - $45.00
Strange place. We stayed here twice for one month the last two years. Now we stay in a real RV resort when in Yuma. Cocopah is Indian land on the border of Mexico. At night you can see the Border Patrol going through the place or flying overhead with their spot lights aimed at the ground. It is also an older park that has filled up with park models and the hookups are in the wrong place for RV's. If you are not planning to buy a park model through the Tribe you will not feel at home and be treated as an outsider. They will take your money and call themselves an RV Resort though. We camped at Cocopah Bend RV and Golf Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2012 - $40.00
UPSIDE: Very nice winter park. Right where CA, AZ, and Mexico come together. Lots of ag land and plenty of water so it's green. Great winter weather-70s & 80s. Very wide spaces with concrete patios. Parking good. Best dog park I've ever seen..3 acres of grass. Lots of activities. A beer/wine cantina which serves pizza and burgers on different nights during the season. Huge pool and large hot tub. Propane services and RV wash guys come through park weekly. Major snowbird park with an 18 hole Golf course that winds through the park. Well maintained and very clean. Yuma, city of 90k is about six miles away with lots of shopping available, and several large casinos very close. 2.5 hrs from San Diego and 3.5 from Phoenix. Small town of Algadones, MX is 10 minutes for good Rx and DDS( and tequila) and it's safe if you stay in the main shopping or medical areas. Big secure parking lot on the US side and you walk in through the border gate. Yuma has fair size airport and US Marine training base. Lots of stuff to do in Yuma if you look for it. Lots of OHV trails and dunes close by. Shooting and fishing in Colo river which runs right through the park. Couple of lakes about 20 miles away. We stayed the winter here. If you pay for an annual spot, it's much cheaper per month, but you have to stay here at least 4 mos to break even. The advantage is you can come and go at your leisure throughout the year, and you can do to your site whatever you want, i.e. larger patio w/brick, storage shed, etc. We're coming back next winter for sure. Rig can be no older than ten years. DOWNSIDE: Very hot and humid in Jul/Aug. Can get very windy at times (but not for days on end). Sewer hookups can be 20 feet away depending on your site and rig. Monthly is pricey, but hey, you get what you pay for. Golf carts have right of way everywhere. Streets are a bit narrow but I had no trouble backing in 40' rig (they help you). The park is split into pet and non-pet areas. Fills up fast. Make reservations way early for winter, particularly for pet area. We camped at Cocopah Bend RV and Golf Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
This park is in the country (with mountains in our background) therefore shopping tends to be a bit farther out, however it is a very quiet place withs lots of agriculture near by to see. Algodonnes, Mexico is 10 minutes away and a very clean friendly town. California is only minutes away and a must to go see the Sand Dunes. The scenery is magnificent with the mountain views all around.Omaofnine • February 2015
Very convenient to Los Algodones.bobcovey • April 2015
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