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Old 02-10-2010, 09:24 AM   #1
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Gonna be going to Yuma in a couple of weeks for 3-4 days Feb 17-20 with some friends (2 MH's). Last year we stayed out in the desert but this year we wanted to stay at a park, preferably on the west side of town. They did a search and couldn't find any parks that were either tooo much $$$$ or too tight to fit our rigs (ours 37' there's 40').
Any sug on a nice affordable place to stay w/ full hook-ups?
Web addy's much appreciated.

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There are numerous RV parks in Yuma area. The newer ones accommodating larger MHs are mostly in the Foothills area. It's east of Yuma proper but less than ten miles. Usually this time of year the parks are full to overflowing but this year there appears to be a few vacancies at many parks. Sun Vista is a nice upscale park with large spaces and lots of amenities. It's about 5 miles east of Yuma on 32nd street with easy access from I-8. There are several other parks within a couple of miles of there. Sun Vista RV Resort

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