We stayed a total of 2 weeks within this campground. The staff and all guests were extremely friendly. This park is maintained on a daily basis; the roads and all sites are kept in first class condition. There is much to do within the surrounding area, and we had a great time while staying in this park.
First of all as we drove into the site our motor home dropped 6" to 8" in several areas of the pad. Not sure if this was an uncompacted trench or they were having problems with leakage within their sewer or water systems. I requested this to be repaired the following day (fill in with gravel as it was a trip hazard) and nothing was done. After several hours we noticed a very pungent smell as though we were sitting directly dead center of a sewage plant, and this smell was permeating our motor home. Again I contacted the management and was told they were working on their computer system of the plant, and this would go away. I am a civil engineering contractor and knew this lady was not being straight forward with me. Within minutes she and her maintenance man both showed up at our site, and she became irate about the situations at hand at which point we requested our money back, and we packed up and left. Please note that we had spoken with many residents of this park and everyone told us the same story, This smell, which is unbearable, has been getting worse over a four year period, and none of the seasonal residents would return. Since smell is not an environmental hazard according to the Yuma Environmental Services there's nothing they can do to solve this issue. However, I would advise anyone to stay away and not spend your hard earned dollars to smell raw sewage that will permeate your coach and belongings.