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Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $19.00
This is not a fancy park but if you are into biking, it is right off the bike trail and a beautiful City Park. From the bike trail you can explore a lot of historical old downtown YUMA. We did. People are friendly and kind. After a bit of prompting to the Manager the Wi-Fi performed quite well. The Wi-Fi is very fast as long as the people in charge keep it up and running. We'd stay here again because of the people and the location in YUMA and because this is a PASSPORT AMERICA Park. Thanks to the people who operate the park for being part of Passport America. We camped at Hidden Cove Trailer Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2012 - $10.00
Old park filled with many RVs that look as old as the park. Most look full time. "Trailer Park" says it all. VERY narrow gravel roads, very small spaces, no pool, spa, landscaping, etc. Wanted $5 deposit for key to use restroom/shower. Didn't use, so don't now about cleanliness/facilities. Have a clubhouse with many functions. Park residents/staff were very friendly. Off leash dogs allowed, and were not picked up after. Beautiful city park a short bike ride away. Rate is for dry camping our too large for the park 40' rig on a beautiful spot on the river. Park is a Passport America member. We camped at Hidden Cove Trailer Park in a Motorhome.Undo
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