Most sites do not have sewer hookups. There is a dump. Most sites have a concrete pad for the picnic table, ours did not. Lots of shade and along the Yakima River. Good cable TV. Some freeway noise, but not bad. Very clean showers/restrooms. Overall a nice place to stay and we would definitely stay here again. Sewer hookups and a little brushing and more slabs would give it a much better rating.
Rate based on monthly rate for January. Very clean, friendly snowbird park. Lots of activities, large pool, golf (of course), tennis. Large dog area for those with animals,even a dog wash. Has a cantina that is well visited and fun. Inside the park there are over 6 miles of roads to walk/ride. Hookups are well to the rear of the coach, so be sure you have extra sewer hose. On the NW of Yuma along the Colorado River, so gets its share of wind. Yuma has about everything you could want, including easy access to Algodones, MX for shopping. We would definitely stay here again.
CampClub rate. Very friendly snowbird park. Structured activities, 2 pools. Went to a BBQ one night that was well attended and lots of fun. Clean but older park. Did not test Wifi. Only stayed here 2 nights but would stay here again.
This has the makings of a very nice park, but they let the little things go. We stay here often to be close to our daughter. Cable TV has has snow problems each time. WiFi works only sporadically. They have never fixed either of these. Expensive rates and if you leave early, even during very slow times, they make you pay the whole thing. There is a restaurant on site at the clubhouse. Overall the park is very clean and with the golf course, nice for golfers. We would still stay here again, but only in a pinch.
Rate reflects CampClubUSA rate. Stayed overnight. Agree with other posters about pull-through sites. They might be harder to get into when the park is full. Since there were some vacancies, we were able to pull through the spot prior to ours, so it made it very easy. Like that you look out on trees/grass rather than into someone else's RV. They allowed us to wash the OR road and rain grime off, so that was a pleasant surprise. Staff was friendly and helpful. Very clean overall. Did not try to use the WiFi. The redwoods are fantastic, however we did not get a chance to stay and explore. We would definitely stay here again.
Camped here with 2 motorhomes, a tent and a boat. Good extra boat parking. Great managers - very friendly and helpful. Brand new last spring, interior paved roads and level concrete pads. Everything here is top notch. Some sites are a little narrow, but there is a table & fire ring at each site. Ask to look at site as some services were too far forward and luckily we had extra sewer hose. Restaurant, lounge and marina coming in 2009 as said before. We will stay here to boat many more times.
Nice campground. Very inexpensive for what you get. No cable TV, but should be able to get satellite at many sites. So. Umpqua is a beautiful, clear, smoth flowing, warm river this time of year. Would be great for canoe or kayak. Steep boat access for park residents with a sandy beach next to it. The park is well above the river with only a few trails down to it. Quite a few permanent types, but the park is kept very well. We were gold dredging and it worked out great.
Very nice for a KOA. Gravel spots. Very clean. Friendly hosts. Easy on/off I-80. Some 50 Amp available. I would not hesitate to stay here again. I noticed the same thing as a previous poster. We had them park someone right next to us when there could have been a little separation and the park was only about 25% full. Could hear the freeway, but not an issue. Some sites are a little narrow. Our fist site we had a large post near the the next site's sewer and could not put out our awning, but were able to move to a different site.