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Old 11-05-2011, 09:27 AM   #1
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AZ suggestions for next winter?

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We're fulltimers thinking of Arizona for next winter. Never been there. This will be our third winter, and we've tried Florida and south Texas. We're in a forty foot motorhome with four slides.

We're looking for suggestions of gated parks with roomy, level pads in the $500 a month range. Concrete would be great, scenery would be great, nearby civilization would be great--but we don't want a noisy urban setting. We don't need a lot of planned activities, but would use a nice pool. A dog run would be an added bonus!

Thanks for any suggestions!
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Try Cocopah in Yuma. Has the things you like and the things you don't use. $560/Month plus electricity. Pool is really nice and a nice woodshop and a very good library. Surrounded by agriculture 3 sides and the Colorado River. 2 acre doggie park. 20 minutes to downtown
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Check out the RV Resorts/Parks in the foothills East of Yuma. RV park reviews helps with a decision after inspecting the list of Yuma area RV parks. It has been 6 years since we wintered in AZ, so any park information I remember is useless.
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Try this, a wonderful setting- 2 club houses and 2 pools as well. Large level lots- they pick up your trash every morning. Paper delivery too. Lots of great places to eat nearby.

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Thanks for the suggestions! Sorry I posted this twice. It looked like the first one was stuck, and I thought I did it wrong...
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Thanks for the suggestion! Having never been, we just know that altitude matters. We use, and contribute to, RV Park Reviews a lot.
And sorry I posted this twice--it looked as if I goofed it up the first time...
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