We stayed for 4 months, as we have for the past few years. The park is a princess with a few warts. Most of the rv'ers stay here all winter for years and years on end, with a few transients passing thru on their way further to the south or back north again. The DIF government facility next door hosts persons of all ages in groups for a few days at a time, and at least once a week they have a dance party, but the (loud) music shuts down about 11 pm. Alfredo, the owner, practically lets us run the park by our selves and only shows up to collect rent or to play pool with his friends, both Mexican and Snowbirds. The beach is fantastic, and extends several km in both directions. Many times you can look up and down the beach and hardly see more than a dozen people. Electricity can be erratically high voltage and the water pressure is low, but of good quality. The two washrooms are used by the rv'ers with small units and are kept (mostly) clean by Antonio, the groundsman. He also makes sure the palm trees are stripped of the cocoanuts before the season starts. This is one of the best parks we have visited in Mexico for ambiance and good neighbors.
Good spot to stop for the night. Unless you are willing to stay in PEMEX stations, it is the only spot for several hundred kilometres in either direction. Park is very basic but has water, sewer and electricity, and a security guard who stays on site all night. Lots of big trucks jake-braking as they pull into town. Also lots of roosters to wake you in the morning. We have stayed here for 8 seasons going both ways, and will continue to do so. Actual rate is MX$250 pesos.
Large gravel sites with concrete patio. Highest degree of security in a park we have ever experienced. Getting in for us was easy because we were escorted by the gate guard to a site and he had the authority to assign us a site. We had visitors a few days later who were held up a half hour because the gate guard couldn't find our names on their list. Access to everything is controlled by plastic passes which you are supposed to wear on a string around your neck when you are in the facility. Perhaps Yuma is a high crime area, or perhaps they are trying to impress their guests/owners how efficient they are at keeping out the riff-raft. We stayed for nine days and would stay here again based solely on the rates.
Extremely friendly staff, they are constantly roaming around to make sure every thing is ok with you. Several times they even dropped off a newspaper. Weekly rate is 7 nights for 6 night's fee. This is our fourth time staying here, and will come back again. The park is basically a gravel and concrete parking lot with good RV hookups, but there is an excellent clubhouse and pool. This time of the year, the park is only one-third full and not many activities planned by the park or the guests.