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Old 07-11-2014, 10:25 AM   #1
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We are looking to spend a few days over Christmas this year in Yuma. We have never been there before so I was wondering if I could get any personnel recommendations for a RV Resort FHU.

I have already searched the forums and check RVparkreviews.

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We are looking to spend a few days over Christmas this year in Yuma. We have never been there before so I was wondering if I could get any personnel recommendations for a RV Resort FHU.

I have already searched the forums and check RVparkreviews.

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Cocopah is a decent place in Yuma for a few days. stayed there once.
pretty plain and windy but decent
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There are plenty of RV parks in the Foot Hills area of Yuma.
We liked to dry Camp at the "Q"
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Old 07-11-2014, 01:41 PM   #4
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There are plenty of RV parks in the Foot Hills area of Yuma.
We liked to dry Camp at the "Q"
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And on the various "free 14 day" BLM locations near Yuma, (and west of Yuma in CA).
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the question was!! personnel recommendations for a RV Resort

not some BLM dry camp deal
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the question was!! personnel recommendations for a RV Resort
not some BLM dry camp deal
Sorry you didn't care for some of the suggestions!
There is no pleasing some people.
Try here for some personal, (but no personnel), Yuma campground/RV resort reviews, recommendations, and other information that might suit you better: Yuma (Arizona ) - Campground Reviews - RV Park Reviews
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Sorry you didn't care for some of the suggestions!
There is no pleasing some people.
Try here for some personal, (but no personnel), Yuma campground/RV resort reviews, recommendations, and other information that might suit you better: Yuma (Arizona ) - Campground Reviews - RV Park Reviews
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Look The guy asked for RV RESORTS?? Not some dusty BLM deal .That's why I posted. If he asked for a FREE Camp area I would say your correct
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You could try the Palms RV Resort or Country Roads RV Village. Both are on the high end; with plenty of amenities and great facilities. Everything fills fast, you would have to reserve early ( now is good). In the neighborhood of 50k snowbirds are said to descend upon Yuma during the high season.

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We use the Del Pueblo RV and tennis resort. Nice clean with all the amenities, with long pull throughs. And a reasonable price by the week or day. Between the Marine base and Somerton. We stay a couple weeks every year. They also have social events if you wish to join in.

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I would recomment Rolle's Lynda Vista RV Park. A little older, but well maintained, excellent management.

Additionally there are many free CG on BLM lands and casinos. Thousands of RV's spend the winter there, from all over the US and Canada.
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Look The guy asked for RV RESORTS?? Not some dusty BLM deal .That's why I posted. If he asked for a FREE Camp area I would say your correct
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I would recommend Rolle's Lynda Vista RV Park. A little older, but well maintained, excellent management.
Additionally there are many free CG on BLM lands and casinos. Thousands of RV's spend the winter there, from all over the US and Canada.
Carefull..some people are overly sensitive about recommendations other than "RV resorts"!
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Gotta watch out for the forum police.
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