This park is remote so you definitely do not have to be concerned about noises keeping you awake at night. It was very windy when we were here (40-50 mph) and thus we were inside our trailer more than we like. The facilities are very nice and the barbeque they serve is very tasty. The staff is very helpful and friendly. Has a nice grassy area in the fenced dog park. We would stay here again and recommend this park to others.
This park has glorious views of the surrounding mountains and the Mesilla Valley. We enjoyed drinks in the evening sitting in the gazebo while gazing at the city lights. There was a nice cool breeze blowing, too. We had one of the view sites and it was very spacious. There is easy access from I-10 and it is quieter than some parks that are located closer to I-10. We will stay here again and will recommend this park to others.
This park is very nice. The sites are large and we really like the foliage separating sites on the entry side. However, the back side (hook-up) is very close to your neighbor. The meeting rooms are a good size with plenty of tables and chairs. The breakfast is mundane: english muffins and bagels, cereals. The real downside to this park is the location. It is very close to Interstate 10 and the noise is constant at night with truck traffic. Yes, there are train whistles, too, but those weren't nearly as disturbing to us as the interstate noise was. Some may not find this as annoying as we did. We live in a very quiet community without city noises. And the only view we had was of the Interstate. The park is a little expensive. We have stayed at nicer parks for less.
This is the best park we have ever stayed in. It is so clean and neatly kept, nicely landscaped. The views are spectacular. The facilities (restrooms, showers, laundry, pool and spas, gathering rooms, computer room) are great. The activities are fun - wine tasting, pancake breakfast on Saturday mornings for $5 p/p, pot luck heavy hors d'oeuvres, hot dog and marsh mellow roast. Our little Cairn Terrier loved the grassy, fenced doggy play area - which is in the shade in the afternoon (a fact I'm sure is greatly appreciated as the weather heats up). We stayed a week and found plenty to do on site and in the state park. The town of Borrego Springs is blissfully uncrowded. The price reflects the additional charge for electricity.
This park has some views of Lake Havasu, but it is truly little more than a large parking lot. The spaces are tight, very tight, hardly room for the slide-outs and awning. We were disappointed. The Wi-Fi didn't work unless we went to the office. The restrooms were cleaned daily, but it was spring break and the many children there made a mess of it quickly in the course of each day. The Camp Club discount was honored for the first night. It was acceptable, but we will look elsewhere if we return to Lake Havasu.
This park is just okay, we did not use any of the amenities. It is expensive for what you get for one night's stopover. Most importantly, it is noisy. At about 4 o'clock in the morning the produce trucks started running, as did the trash trucks, and it did not let up. We will not stay here again unless there is no alternative. We don't see much appeal to Yuma at all and would rather stay in El Centro or Gila Bend.
We live south of Tucson and have decided that this is the ideal place to stay on our way home - so we can arrive early the following day - and on our way out -it we don't, or can't, get an early start. The park is very neat and tidy, the spaces are very large, and we thought it was very quiet. The sunset we saw was gorgeous. We got the military discount - cash only - paid only $22 per night. We think this is a very nice park and highly recommend it.
This was a big disappointment after looking at pictures and information online. The map online shows much larger spaces - more have been jammed in since the map was published. And it is primarily a park of permanent residents. It looks pretty shabby and uncared for. The fire pit ashes are not removed, but are just dumped onto the campsites, and they are very dirty consequently. The sites have many pine trees which smell wonderful and the Wi-Fi access was superior, but the office smelled of sewage when we arrived. They said the problem was being fixed, but it still smelled of sewage when we left almost a week later. The restrooms were heated, but not well stocked with toilet tissue and no hand soap was available. Not the experience we were looking for, and we won't go back or recommend this park to others.