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Old 09-21-2008, 09:26 PM   #1
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Do you have a favorite Park in Yuma ?
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Old 09-22-2008, 07:08 AM   #3
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There are 226 RV parks in and around Yuma. We stayed there in two different ones last year and I would not go back to Yuma even if someone had a gun me. Just not my idea of fun. But then again it's just MHO.
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Old 09-22-2008, 09:28 AM   #4
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Spent 3 winters at Desert Holiday and am moving to Del Pueblo next month. Like Yuma, great weather, nice folks. A bit too much traffic at times but since I am retired am not in that big of a hurry.
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We visit Yuma each Winter, and usually stay at Rivers Edge RV Park, on the Colorado River. An older park, and actually in Winterhaven CA, four miles West of Yuma. We cross the Mexico border at Andrade, CA and this is the closest park. Andrade is across the border from Algodones, MX. Algodones is known for affordable, and in my opinion, quality, dental care. Caps on every tooth in my mouth for less than $5,000.00. Not a single problem. Off topic.
The park has shaded and open sites, a nice pool and Hot Tub, weekly events In Season, easy access to freeway but not much freeway noise.
Yuma has a nice shopping mall with restaurants and a movie, plus more than one Wal Mart. Not the garden spot of the Arizona Desert, but a perfectly acceptable place to drop anchor.
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We stay at Cocopah Golf and RV resort. All of the amenities you would expect, reasonable monthly rates + electricity. 21/2 acre doggie park that is great. All the roads in the park add up to about a 5 mile bike ride.

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Old 12-16-2008, 07:27 AM   #7
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How was it at Desert Holiday, thinking of trying it out in Jan Feb Mar 2009. First snowbird experience we want it to be good?
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