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Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $20.00
We stayed here while visiting Yuma. It is 6 miles out of town, but clean and quiet. We camped at Kofa Ko-Op (Escapees Only) in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2015 - $20.00
Quiet, very nice park. Friendly staff and residents. Very clean. Nice recreation area with pool. Electric fee on top of nightly fee. No reservations accepted, so you take your chances on site being available. We camped at Kofa Ko-Op (Escapees Only) in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $20.00
We camped here because of the amenities this early in the season. Very nice pool and Jacuzzi. Check-in was quick and friendly. Manager guided us to our level gravel site with a large cement patio and helped us back in. They said park Wi-Fi was currently an issue and was in the process of being upgraded but our hot spot (Verizon) had a strong signal. We did hear some firing from a distant firing range as well as train whistle and the railroad is six miles away. Previous reviewer must have been having a bad day as I asked about late night noise and the manager assured me that barking dogs and partying noise was addressed quickly in the rare cases it occurred. The partying? This is a geezers park, looks like lots of 80+ years folks. Nice size back in lots with Mexican brick divider's between lots, good 50 amp power and water pressure from their own well. Very nice landscaping and very clean park with a nice little library and large clubhouse as well as friendly residents. Also a large several acre fenced dog area. We would stay again. We camped at Kofa Ko-Op (Escapees Only) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2013 - $20.00
The noise at this park gets worse each time we stay here. The local neighbors partied very loudly until about 1am on Friday. This park only has one (1) shower for 152 sites so plan on a wait and maybe cold water! Barking dogs can be an annoyance also. The smokers seem to not care where they smoke or who has to breath their smoke. Some of the old park models here are rumored to have mold problems but are being sold without any warnings attached. Buyer beware! We camped at Kofa Ko-Op (Escapees Only) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2012 - $18.00
This park was build in 1986 and has a lot of park models dating back to this time even though well maintained. Just a few lot holders put in some greenery to make it nicer. The sites are surrounded by small adobe walls which unfortunately give no privacy. Given the location, 10 miles out of Yuma we expected the park to be more quiet. But we were bothered by traffic noise, a shooting area and helicopter noise. We would rather pay for Wi-Fi then go with an internet like there, it was just a disaster. Finally we missed a recycling concept. If in the area we would stay there again because value for money is very good and the people are so nice. We camped at Kofa Ko-Op (Escapees Only) in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2012 - $20.00
We like this park because it is off the beaten path, and we can hike and bicycle without worry about traffic. The people here are not as friendly as most Escapees parks, but such is life. We visit here almost every year when in Yuma, AZ. We camped at Kofa Ko-Op (Escapees Only) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2011 - $20.00
Nice enough park. Wide sites and quiet! Our 1st experience staying at an Escapees park. Friendly folks. Plenty of activities if you're into that. We dry-camped in close quarters for 4 days until a site became available. The park is on the south end of Yuma. Besides the casinos, almost every thing you want is within a 10 mile drive. We would come back in a flash. We camped at Kofa Ko-Op (Escapees Only) in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2011 - $18.00
In the years since I last stayed here the management has changed and for the better. Everyone at the park was very friendly and helpful. One thing we like about this park is that it is quiet, unlike most in Yuma. The sites are large, the pool is nice and everything is very clean. Verizon and Bell ExpressVu worked very well. We will definitely return. This is an SKP member park. We camped at Kofa Ko-Op (Escapees Only) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2010 - $15.00
We stayed here for a while and were mostly happy with our stay. The only problem was that smokers would walk around the park and you got their smoke fumes in your RV also. The pool was labeled with no smoking signs, but some of the smokers paid little attention to the signs and smoked in the pool area anyway. Board members seem to turn their heads to some of the problems that exist in this park. We camped at Kofa Ko-Op (Escapees Only) in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2010 - $15.00
This is a great park for Escapee Club members only. It is 6 miles south of Yuma and you will have no traffic noise. Sites are gravel of course which is standard for Arizona. Water pressure and voltage is good. WiFi works OK at the sites, and great in the community building. Propane on site is very reasonable. Our rate reflects a weekly rate plus electricity. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. We camped at Kofa Ko-Op (Escapees Only) in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2010 - $18.00
We paid $5 for dry camping for one night before we were moved into a full hookup site. We got settled in just before a huge wind and rain storm hit the area. We were sure glad we had come in from dry camping in the Anza Borrego Desert before that terrible storm hit. We were able to have our mail sent right to the park and use their laundromat as well. Being Escapees has always been a great thing for us. We camped at Kofa Ko-Op (Escapees Only) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2008 - $5.00
This was the first time that we took advantage of our Escapees membership to stay at one of the co-op parks. The $5 fee was for dry camping. Our stay at this park was mostly positive. The park residents were very friendly, helpful and welcoming but the park manager was rather brusque and indifferent. We considered taking a site with hook-ups for a higher fee but the manager seemed unable or unwilling to give me an idea of what the charge for electricity might run. Surely she must have some idea of what the average charge runs at this time of year. All I wanted was a ball-park figure. Other than that our experience was positive. As Escapee members we had access to all the park facilities - pool, hot-tub, laundry room, recreation hall and library (very tidy and well organized). Wi-Fi was available in the recreation hall. We liked that the park was out of town, as we don't enjoy camping along busy streets or freeways. We would use this park again on our way through the area - can't beat the dry camping price. You do have to be an Escapees member to use this park, and no reservations are available, but if you call the park they can give you a good idea whether they will have room for you or not. We camped at Kofa Ko-Op (Escapees Only) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2007 - $22.00
A nice park located about 7 miles from the interstate; a co-op where you rent a vacant owner's site. All back-in sites, poor water quality (a Yuma given), and no use of washer/dryer, but still a nice place and very quiet. Electricity is metered and charged to you on departure. Since we were leaving on the morning of Easter Sunday and the office would be closed, I volunteered to read the meter myself and leave a check at the drop box, but they refused, and instead read my meter at 4:00 PM the day before departure. When I went to the office to pay, I was told by a rather rude woman that my charge would be for the metered amount, and that amount would be divided by the three days we stayed, and then a full day's rate added. I pointed out that it was already 4:30 in the afternoon and that I would be leaving at 7:00 AM the next morning, but she insisted that we were moving into the "hottest part of the day, and the charge was valid." (This is Arizona, where there is no daylight savings time and it gets dark at 6 PM.) Rather than argue, I paid the charge which brought the cost per night to $22, no bargain for an Escapees member. Frankly, the Escapees experience has always been very positive to us until this park. We won't stay here again. We camped at Kofa Ko-Op (Escapees Only) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2007 - $15.00
Not many reasons to stay here unless you are a serious Escapees person saving money. Rate is $15 plus electric. Long way from town, no cell phone reception, no wifi. Lady manager is hostile and unhelpful; husband was nicer. Lots of old people who live here most of the year and don't care about anyone else. Water is terrible but there is a R/O machine to fill jugs. Would not return nor recommend; many other choices in Yuma area. We camped at Kofa Ko-Op (Escapees Only) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2007 - $12.00
Wonderful place, sites were large and had pads. Well maintained and the landscaping on each lot was great. Very helpful and friendly people. Easy access to shopping and two large flea markets. Also close to Mexico and a very easy crossing area. Lot of winds and dust, but a real nice place to stay. Will return in the future. We camped at Kofa Ko-Op (Escapees Only) in a Motorhome.Undo
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