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Old 01-19-2016, 12:00 PM   #1
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Yuma Park Best WIFI

Which parks in Yuma have really good WIFI. Also looking for dog friendly and good walking area.
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Based on the 46 views, is it safe to assume that good WIFI is a no-no in Yuma RV Parks??
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I never use the basis of good WIFI in considering a place to stay. Get a hot spot.
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Since no one on here can help, go to RV Park Reviews .com and read the reviews for various parks where you want to stay. Usually reviewers will comment on the wifi.
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