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Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $20.00
Since this is a membership park we were here as guests of my sister. Lots of activities. Spaces all gravel with one tree and pretty small. Managers were very nice and we would stay here again. We camped at Colorado River Adventures / Yuma Lakes Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2011 - $10.00
This was our second time to Yuma Lakes. RPI members. Staff was very friendly. Park is clean and scheduled activities. New cook this year, food was good and reasonable. Pet friendly, new off leash area: very nice. Water is really bad here, everyone has water softeners or some sort of filter. Sites are big enough, each with a picnic table. It is a ways out of town, so we found it absent of road traffic, etc. You are able to ride your ATV out of the park onto riding areas. Free internet. They have developed the back area into "bought" sites, they come with 50amp. Nice little lake with fish! We camped here under RPI & will return. Great shuffleboard court. We camped at Colorado River Adventures / Yuma Lakes Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2011 - $1.00
Well the KOA folks are gone, as no longer connected with them. This is a very nice park. There is access to a small fishing lake. Contrary to other reviews there are plenty of shade trees. Sites are spacious and yes they are gravel and no grass, but this is Southwest Arizona. If you are RPI and in the area this is a good stop. Yes I am a member as reflected in the rate. We camped at Colorado River Adventures / Yuma Lakes Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2010 - $45.00
First, if you love KOA's don't stay here. KOA advertises this in their directory as a KOA, but it's only an "affiliation" to KOA and not what we, as KOA loyal campers expect. It's a private members RV park. It is a decent park though if you are in a pinch. We camped at Colorado River Adventures / Yuma Lakes Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2009 - $10.00
We are here for a week or so under RPI, yet is it’s also a KOA campground (for $50/night). All sites are full-service, all rather open with a few trees in some areas. There is a central activity center, a billiard room, small book exchange, free Wi-Fi, and laundry. Behind the Activity Center is the pool and hot tub. There are also horseshoe pits, shuffleboard courts, and mini golf. Here’s the low-down: it’s a decent location to explore Yuma and the surrounding area (we like that it’s a bit north of town – less noise), but it’s not a great park –the bathrooms and buildings need a renovation, the “campground” is basically a gravel parking lot, and although pretty, the surrounding area is agriculture, which means crop-dusting planes flying overhead and farm machinery working at all hours. We camped at Colorado River Adventures / Yuma Lakes Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2008 - $45.00
First off, this is now also associated with KOA, even though there are no signs which indicate it, they are listed on the KOA web site now. The hosts indicated the signs are ready to be put up. We did not know it was CRA or C2C, not that we would avoid, but we look for KOA's because always something for the kids to do. We checked in, only about 10 people in campground, almost deserted for summer. We were put in the pull through area, per our request since we did not need to unhook. Full hookups, but only 30amp as stated. Not much open besides the pool, spa was down for repair. Pool was nice. Kids did love the fishing pond. Tons of fish, great action, even some nice sized bass. Hear the coyotes at night. Not much shade, (none in our area), not much grass (none in our area). People were nice to us. We camped at Colorado River Adventures / Yuma Lakes Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2008 - $1.00
We are CRA Members, so we did not have to pay a nightly fee. Sites are spacious and only Back- in spaces were available. Staff was marginal, and not very helpful. We stayed for seven nights, and on the last night I was informed I had an illegal sewer hook-up. With only twenty rigs in the park I guess the staff was over worked to let me know earlier that I had a problem. On the Saturday of the week there was a large number of people using the facilities and pool area for a Birthday Party. We asked the manager if they were members, and no answer could be given. The bathrooms are very small and during season it appears there are only 6 showers each for women and men for the whole park. Took a day trip to El Golfo Mexico to visit another member Park. Don't waste time and money to go. Dirty, not maintained and no staff even met us. Pool was full of sand and looked as if it had not been cleaned for months. Terrible conditions. We camped at Colorado River Adventures / Yuma Lakes Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2008
We are members of Colorado River Adventures so we paid no nightly fee to stay here. This was our first visit and given the previous reviews we were a little nervous about spending 2 weeks here. We found the staff friendly & efficient. Our only contact was on checking in and they had all our paperwork ready - they do lead you to your site but left us alone once they had dropped us off. Well the roads and sites are gravel we did not find it overly dusty. This is the desert after all and we came to this area expecting this type of accommodation. All sites offer only 30 amp which we were surprised about. We had no problems with the water or pressure as we are in the habit of running everything through our fresh water holding tank - this is a trick we have learned over the years - fill the fresh water tank and use it that way you can control the pressure! Our site was large and level with a couple of trees! We enjoyed the pool and laundry room as well as the daily breakfasts & dinners ( at a very reasonable rate ) The park is a bit off the beaten track - about 6 miles north of town which affords it some peace & quiet. We visited friends who were staying closer to town and found the same type of camping conditions but much more road & plane noise ( there is a Marine Air Base in town!) We would recommend this park to anyone who has a Coast to Coast or RPI membership and we will definitely be staying here again We camped at Colorado River Adventures / Yuma Lakes Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2006 - $8.00
Camped there using Coast to Coast. Absolutely the rudest staff I have run across in my travels. In my opinion, they have elevated rudeness to an art form. Some areas of the campground are just okay. The Coast to Coast part is a gravel area with no shade. This one is crossed out of my places to stay. We camped at Colorado River Adventures / Yuma Lakes Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2006 - $20.00
I sure wished that campground owners practiced "Truth in Advertising". This campground is touted by the owners as a 5 star resort. I wouldn't rate it higher then 2 star's. They do not allow auto transformers, no electric heaters, all electric is 30 amp, they have poor water pressure and low voltage problems are present in some areas of the park. It's a hodge podge of three previous campgrounds that were blended into one. One section still has a security fence with bob wire around it. This is a membership park and while they welcome visitors with a great rate (you must attend a sales presentation), it isn't worth the headache. We were scheduled there for 3 days and loaded up after one night and got out of dodge. It's a filthy dust bowl with gravel roads and gravel sites. I can only say that the resort, advertised as a 5 star resort is a dilapidated campground that needs a boat load of work and money to bring it even close to 4 stars. We came, we saw and we left in a hurry. We camped at Colorado River Adventures / Yuma Lakes Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2006 - $19.00
This is a memebership RV park, RPI & C2C. They have cut down all Palm Trees over 12' (cost to much in maintance), low water pressure, do not allow Autoformers, very dusty, lots of speeders, lack of rule enforement. Biggest rules breakers are the staff. We camped at Colorado River Adventures / Yuma Lakes Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Membership RV Resort. More Dogs than humans. Very dusty. We camped at Colorado River Adventures / Yuma Lakes Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
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