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Old 03-15-2013, 03:35 PM   #1
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Tired of The Same Place

For the past 5-6 years we have stayed in the same RV park in Yuma. We have made friends with a lot of folks but now feel the need to find something else. Most folks go inside at dark, no one hangs out around a fire after 7pm. We're not ready to do that and are wondering where we can find folks that aren't in bed by 8pm. We're not wild party folks, but we do like staying up at least to 10pm and having fun. Here's a list of what we are looking for.

1. Warm in the Winter
2. Pool/hot tub not important
3. Activities other then food,food and more food
4. Pet friendly, real pet friendly, have 2 Shih Tzus
5. No bugs, flys, or mosquitos
6. little or no wind
7. No extra charge for pets
8. Pet park (fenced)is a plus
9.Free or reasonable wifi
10. No goat heads, stickers, burrs that would bother my furkids
11. Reasonable electric, currently paying .18 per KW
12 Monthly rate under 500 a month
13. Must have happy, friendly and fun loving folks
14. Exercise (Yoga) and dance instructions a real plus
15. Not Florida

Does such a place exist?? Where oh where can it be?
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Old 03-15-2013, 06:18 PM   #2
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Lots of folks spend the winter months in Las Vegas and most of what you want can be found in several RV Parks here. You might check it out.

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Old 03-15-2013, 06:29 PM   #3
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Nick, you're right about Vegas. We spent most of Jan there with slide problems and enjoyed our time there. But it does get colder there then AZ or TX. We like AZ Charlies. We have a Grand Daughter and Great Grand Daughter there also, but don't want to end up as full time babysitters.
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Old 03-15-2013, 06:43 PM   #4
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Well, I can certainly understand that. Too bad, we really enjoy it here, lots to do and we don't gamble.

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How about San Diego? Great night town plus dog friendly beaches. We stay there at least 1 month every winter. Our favorite park is Mission Bay... just a parking lot but it has a fenced dog area, free WiFi and access to a dog friendly beach. Plus it's in a fabulous location. Lots of restaurants, sights, places to go just around the corner. They do monthly rates in the winter $800 everything included. It's quite a bit above your target price but the electricity is included.

Here's my pics and review of the place
http://wheelingit.wordpress.com/2012...-san-diego-ca/

And here's my 5 reasons why we like to winter there
http://wheelingit.wordpress.com/2012...-in-san-diego/
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Your list of needs seem extremely tough. If you find such a place let us know.
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Another idea is to become an Escapees member and stay in the Benson AZ Co-op Meets all your targets of activities, super dog friendly, great landscape, nice people, exercise classes, Yoga, dance etc. Great monthly rates too. The only negative is it does get a bit colder here.
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