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Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $35.00
Great pull through sites with plenty of room between rigs. The dog park gets cleaned every Sunday and is spotless. The residents are very friendly and helpful. There is a Fry's grocery store less than 2 miles away that is absolutely gorgeous. The only reason this park didn't get a 10 is their WIFI is weak. We camped at Las Quintas Oasis RV Resort (55+ park) in a Motorhome.
RV parts store very close by and a Flying J at the freeway exit.
Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $32.00
For a seasonal stay this is a great place with many active tenants plus the "pull through people". (Heard this one in the dog run area). Pull through sites are larger than average and easily accessed. The office staff can be a bit difficult. We had a UPS package delivered to the office and had to ask to go into the mail room to find it myself when staff insisted it had not been delivered. It was sitting in plain sight! We extended a day waiting for this package and was charged a daily rate though we had been here for over a week. Didn't argue but felt a bit slighted. There was NO way we would be given an additional day at the weekly rate and that was made clear! Given the vast number of RV resorts in Yuma, I have to think there are more RV friendly facilities in this the land of Park Model seasonal resident. An OK stay with good facilities but what a difference one bad staff attitude can make! When in Yuma be sure to visit Mexico and the local open market Thursday through Sundays! Many mobile RV wash services that will come to you for about $1 per foot. We camped at Las Quintas Oasis RV Resort (55+ park) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2015 - $32.00
Las Quintas Oasis was located on the North Frontage Road of IH 8 just about 1/2 mile west of the Flying J, very convenient for our overnight stay. We looked at many parks in Yuma before choosing this one. Our motorhome and tow required a very long site. This park had it. Easy in and easy out. Our long, level, clean site was easy to access from the wide paved roads. This was good for our motorhome towing the car. Easy to leave the next morning. Friendly staff at the office told us which site to go to on our phone call requesting a reservation. The office closed at noon on Sunday, but we paid the next morning. Stayed two days. The park and site were very clean and well cared for. We did not use the restrooms or other facilities. The electricity had great voltage. Many campers talked to us on their walks around the park. Nice to have friendly campers in the park. As many parks in Yuma, this one has an outer ring of more permanent sites with park models or long term RVs, but, they were very well kept. This is the desert, so no trees or shade. Would not come in the summer due to the heat. We will definitely stay again. We camped at Las Quintas Oasis RV Resort (55+ park) in a Motorhome.
Yuma is quite near the Imperial Sand Dunes in nearby California. The Yuma Territorial Prison would be worth visiting. The town has great shopping, a wide variety of restaurants, and appears clean and nice to visit.
Date of Stay: February, 2015 - $40.00
This is a park for long time residents and snowbirds from around the country and Canada. The park is blacktop with gravel, level sites. The sites are large and easy in and out for short timers. No shade trees or landscaping. Very clean, strict rules, nice people, convenient to everything, many park activities. Office closes at 4pm so don't be late to check in. We stayed 4 nights and found it a very pleasant location but if you are a light sleeper the highway noise may be a problem. Residents are up and going by 7am so be prepared to with aquarobics, volleyball, shuffle board, and the walkers. Will stay again if in area. We camped at Las Quintas Oasis RV Resort (55+ park) in a Travel Trailer.
Visit the State prison (old), Army Proving Ground, Old Yuma, Walking Tour, local farms, performances at theater, evening dances (country, western music).
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $40.00
Beautiful park with very large pull through sites. One of the largest we've ever stayed at. Very nice dog run with large pen for big dogs and small pen for smaller dogs. WiFi worked really good. Will definitely stay here again. Very friendly office workers. We camped at Las Quintas Oasis RV Resort (55+ park) in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $40.00
Clean park, easy to find, pull-through site a big advantage. Pool area small but nice. Bathroom and showers well-maintained. Park is combination mobile sites for owners and RV sites. We were in central area so away from Interstate. Try not to book too close to that area as it can get noisy. Yuma is an interesting and friendly city. Lots to see and do. Wi-Fi didn't work very well and there were no tables at sites which would have been nice. While spaces are wide there is a funny cement fixture in the center which forces the rig to park to one side. I would return. We camped at Las Quintas Oasis RV Resort (55+ park) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $40.00
Nice clean park with no one in it this time of year except the permanent residents. The park has nice large sites all in gravel with the craziest hookups we have ever seen, but they work with long hoses. Close to the freeway, so some noise. This park is set up for snowbirds and permanents, not for overnighters like us. Would stay here again. We camped at Las Quintas Oasis RV Resort (55+ park) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2013 - $39.00
We originally were staying for 2 nights, but ended up adding 2 more because we liked this park and Yuma. Nice long pull through that was level and clean. The only negatives are no picnic tables and a laundry that you need to buy a card to use-they don't take coins. We really enjoyed the Yuma Territorial Prison tour, and while we we there, they had all kinds of costumed cowboy shooting enthusiasts. Overall, a very nice park. We camped at Las Quintas Oasis RV Resort (55+ park) in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2013 - $40.00
Rate based on 10 day stay in one of 40 pull throughs. As previously noted, hook ups are a little strange, but sites are long and wide. Nice wide paved roads, clean park and well maintained. Cable is snowy. Office knows about problem but they have no plans to improve it. Showers have no change area and you are out of luck if you like early morning or evening showers. The restroom and showers are closed and locked up for 8-10 hours overnight. Laundry works on a card. ($5 non refundable) Tried cards from other parks but they did not work. If you buy a card its likely it won't work at other parks either. While a nice park, the rate seems a little steep for Yuma. We camped at Las Quintas Oasis RV Resort (55+ park) in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2013 - $38.00
Excellent park with VERY large pull through sites. Hooks ups are a little strange (if you stay there you will understand) but very workable. The manager is GREAT. Wonderful place to have your rig washed. About $50 for both your rig and tow depending on size. Would stay again. We camped at Las Quintas Oasis RV Resort (55+ park) in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2012 - $38.00
We stayed 4 nights until just after Christmas. The facilities are modern and attractive. The showers seem inadequate though. There are 4 small ones, and the changing area is very crowded when there is at least one other person there. You have the option of paying for the Internet. We just used the Internet provided in the library which worked well (but you have to cart your computer up there). Overall we liked the park and would return but the very small shower facilities do concern me. We camped at Las Quintas Oasis RV Resort (55+ park) in a Truck Camper.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $34.00
Very large park. Arrived late after office had closed. Cable TV was marginal. Didn't have a code, so couldn't connect. Called office in the morning and they gave it to me right away. Water connection leaked at their back-flow preventer. Space was very large. Would stop here again. We camped at Las Quintas Oasis RV Resort (55+ park) in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2012 - $38.00
We only stayed one night, but the gravel pull throughs were really long and wide. It is definitely a snow bird place, but they have sites for others. They have their own sewer treatment so when you are walking around the park and get close to that building you can smell it. That building is not close to the overnight area and we never smelled it until we walked by it. Restrooms and showers and laundry facilities were all clean and well stocked. We would stay here again if we were in the area. We camped at Las Quintas Oasis RV Resort (55+ park) in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2012 - $35.00
First of all as we drove into the site our motor home dropped 6" to 8" in several areas of the pad. Not sure if this was an uncompacted trench or they were having problems with leakage within their sewer or water systems. I requested this to be repaired the following day (fill in with gravel as it was a trip hazard) and nothing was done. After several hours we noticed a very pungent smell as though we were sitting directly dead center of a sewage plant, and this smell was permeating our motor home. Again I contacted the management and was told they were working on their computer system of the plant, and this would go away. I am a civil engineering contractor and knew this lady was not being straight forward with me. Within minutes she and her maintenance man both showed up at our site, and she became irate about the situations at hand at which point we requested our money back, and we packed up and left. Please note that we had spoken with many residents of this park and everyone told us the same story, This smell, which is unbearable, has been getting worse over a four year period, and none of the seasonal residents would return. Since smell is not an environmental hazard according to the Yuma Environmental Services there's nothing they can do to solve this issue. However, I would advise anyone to stay away and not spend your hard earned dollars to smell raw sewage that will permeate your coach and belongings. We camped at Las Quintas Oasis RV Resort (55+ park) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2012 - $19.00
Rate is based on staying for a month, and this also necessitated being in a back-in site vs. a pull-through that are saved for shorter stays. We were backed up to a wall along the street, so made for some loud street noises at times, but the sites were very large and gravel with cement walk out areas. Lots of park models and seem to be over-running the park. But, well run, office staff is very nice and informative and efficient. Location is convenient to many places of interest whether it be shopping or sightseeing. Would definitely stay here again. We camped at Las Quintas Oasis RV Resort (55+ park) in a Motorhome.Undo
Visit the State prison (old), Army Proving Ground, Old Yuma, Walking Tour, local farms, performances at theater, evening dances (country, western music).socalretiree • February 2015
Yuma is quite near the Imperial Sand Dunes in nearby California. The Yuma Territorial Prison would be worth visiting. The town has great shopping, a wide variety of restaurants, and appears clean and nice to visit.longtimer • February 2015
RV parts store very close by and a Flying J at the freeway exit.Gypsymaus • March 2015
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