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Old 02-09-2014, 10:54 PM   #1
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My latest 18 footer and I going for dental work south of the border in Yuma Az.
any heads up about where to park I love this place already... Thanks for being here
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Old 02-09-2014, 11:06 PM   #2
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I am sure someone will be along soon with specifics about camping and or RV facilities near Yuma.

You could add a little about what you specifically are looking for - like resort campground, full hook-up, or boondocking areas.

We love the Bay Area...spent lots of time in Alameda and Walnut Creek.

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If you're pulling a trailer and don't need full hook ups the Q casino at the Los Algodonas exit has plenty of room to park your trailer and then drive on down to the parking lot this side of the border. There is an RV park between the Q casino and the border, but it is pricey and not worth it. There several rv parks in Yuma, we always stay at Arizona Sands because it is really pet friendly, no restrictions on quantity and breed as long as they are not aggressive and on a leash.
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My latest 18 footer and I going for dental work south of the border in Yuma Az.
any heads up about where to park I love this place already... Thanks for being here
Check this ladies blog. She posted about getting dental work south of the border.

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18 foot TT hook-up good wifi great thanks for getting back so quick, Arizona Sands sounds nice I do not have a pet yet. Will be staying away from those super rig type RV parks as they generally need to run the generators all night long, more like a funky down home style relaxed not pretentious bare needs kinda place.
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