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Old 11-16-2012, 06:59 AM   #1
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Yuma RV PArk

Very soon we will be leaving southern Ontario and heading for Yuma AZ to spend the winter "snowbirding"(Dec-Feb).
Last winter(our first as snowbirds) was in south Texas at Almos Palms RV Park in the McAllen area.
We really enjoyed this park and the area, as all the things we wanted we found in this park.
This will be our first RV trip in our 5th wheel to Arizona and are wondering if any of you can recommend a good park in or around Yuma.
Security, good hydro, water, sewer, internet, cable TV, exercise facilities, activities and golf would be our top priorities.
All this at a reasonable price would be a bonus!
Blue Sky, Caravan Oasis and Cocopah RV parks look promising on the internet but first hand information would be most welcome.
A visit to Quartzite is planned for mid-January but do not plan to camp there.
The Pheonix area and/or Tucson may also play into our plans- as long as it is warm.
Any and all comments/recommendations will be appreciated.

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Old 11-16-2012, 06:49 PM   #2
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Del Pueblo RV Park and Tennis Resort. Kinda a golf and other racket sports place, no golf on site but there are a lot of golfers there and they always know a deal on the costs. Lots of activities at the club house and evening cocktail hours.


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Old 12-30-2012, 08:02 AM   #3
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I can't believe someone hasn't told you about Palm Creek Golf and RV Resort in Casa Grande. Most likely one of the finest parks in the country IMHO. A true resort with 18 holes of executive golf and regulation courses near by. We don't think it is a "hidden" jewel as we have been coming for 3 years. I find many folks unfamiliar with where Casa Grande is, let alone the quality of the park. Check it out.
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