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Old 01-15-2008, 01:51 PM   #1
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Thinking of going there next week. Haven't seen anything lately about snow birds, how crowded, and are there openings in the rv parks. any recommedations for a resonably priced park.
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Cocopah Golf and RV Resort. West of town, easy to get to and not much traffic.
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We got into Las Quintas RV Resort last year after Quartzsite. We had to spend 1 night in their dry camp area, but got a site the next day. Spent about a week there. There are lots of campgrounds in the area. Someone is bound to have openings, especially for a shorter stay.
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