Nicely laid out campground. We were there in late October & the winter. Water connection was located in a tube recessed below ground. It was difficult to use & the motorhome ended up over it when parked. So you had to get down on your hands & knees & reach under the RV to turn it on & off. Staff was friendly & it is centrally located. The one big drawback is that it is very near the main rail line & trains run all day & night. Each train honks at least four times as they go by & you can hear the railcar wheels squeal. We had to clear the site of fallen leaves to see how far we could go back as well as ascertain the left & right edge of the pad.
Well laid out park that has both grass & gravel sites with level cement pads for the RV & car. Good Wi-Fi & over the air TV reception. There are two telephones with free long distance calling throughout USA & Canada. Good amenities & planned activities that you can partake in as you desire. The only downside is that it is near a Fire & Police Station. You also hear the occasional train. Staff was friendly. This is one of the few parks we have stayed at that actually recycles. The Gate is locked at night & you enter a code to get in. Cost was the Passport America charge. We would stay here again.
Cost reflects Passport America rate. This park is outside of Yuma so there is a short drive to shopping etc. Even though they advertise Wi-Fi, it was not available at our site. They stress that you will have to pay for breaking the water spigots, but it would be useful if they painted them a bright color so that they would stand out. The site was level & wide. The park was nicely laid out & relatively quiet considering they are only 7 miles from an active Marine air base. Be prepared to be awoken each morning by the free running roosters that start crowing around 5 AM. A couple of speed bumps are quite high & you may hit your undercarriage. Good for an overnight.