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Old 08-04-2015, 06:34 PM   #1
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Looking for RV Park Yuma AZ area close to CA boarder for winter months. Do not need one with a lot of activities. Have a 32 ft Motorhome with tow. Would like recommendations
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Just go when the time comes. Lots of parks with empty spots.Stay in some park for a few days look around and find what you really want. We have stayed at 6 or more parks but I look for lots of activities. Yuma, AZ Campground Reviews - Best of Yuma Camping - RV Park Reviews Cocopah Bend Rv is one of the few that fills up every winter , it is one of the closest to border. But then it is a golf resort park. Anything in Yuma is close to the border of CA.
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Parker AZ is about 100 miles from Yuma. I've stayed there some and would stay again
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