Stayed 3 nights for Red Bluff Round-Up (rodeo) in April 2011. Park is located next to I-5 & CA36. Very convenient for walking to market, restaurants, and downtown businesses. Fairgrounds is 1.8 miles. Great amenities; friendly staff, secure location. Super clean. Rate shown is AAA rate including taxes. I will definitely return to this park!
This large "community" of snowbirds consists of many acres of desert adjacent to the Imperial Dam Project on the Colorado River,about 40 minutes from Yuma, AZ. US Army's Yuma Proving Ground is next door on the Arizona side of the dam. Nightly rate reflects 2010-2011 fees were for short-term (up to 14 days for $40). $180 for all season. Passes are good at all LTVAs. Water, sewer dump, and trash dumpsters are provided at the entrance/contact station. Also nearby are 2 restroom and shower buildings along with camper bulletin boards with classified/club/activity/newsletter/ information. RVs not self-contained are required to camp near the restrooms. What to expect: Usually mild, sunny days. Some wind almost every day, sometimes gusty with sand (don't leave your awnings out if go somewhere!). Beautiful sunrises and sunsets! What to do: Sunning, reading (campground has its own "liberry" co-op) fishing, hiking, nearby golf, karaoke on weekend. Sightseeing: You can visit the nearby Army base and museums; play at nearby Indian casinos; shop in Yuma or Algodones, Mexico. Quartzite is about 1 1/2 hours north. This is great place for a new RVer to start boondocking as there are plenty of folks if you need help or advice. I come here and make new friends every year!