Passport America rate makes this a good little park for a few days of taking in the Vegas sites. Park is old, most lots very difficult to get in to as there are vehicles parked on the streets. Bathrooms really need upgrading. The shower stall had a clogged drain. Their pull-through sites are simply using two lots but they work. Office staff is very friendly and helpful. Located right off Boulder Hwy, and easy access to the interstate. We'd definitely stay here on our way through town.
Rate reflects a month stay. This is an older park that has recently become a Cal-Am park..lots of renovations completed. In park roads are paved. Great new sports complex for tennis, shuffleboard, bocci, & horseshoes. Talented local entertainment performs every night for happy hour at the pool patio or sports-plex patio. Lovely pools and hot tubs. Would recommend staying in the newer side where the RV sites are larger, each having a cement patio but no picnic table. Lots of activities, a few have a charge, but lots to do without extra fee. WiFi was good at our site, but not everywhere I'm told. We would stay here again.
The nightly rate listed reflects the Dec. monthly rate. Difficult to give an overall rating for this park as it is a lovely, well maintained park but totally overpriced for this area. Yuma is not Palm Springs. Jan/Feb/March rate rose to $1100.00 per month plus electricity! Park is 25% empty due to hikes in pad rents. We won't be back until they get a grip on reality . The Wi-Fi is unreliable with frequent 'drops' and would be impossible if the park was full.
This campground was an unexpected gem. Near the interstate but not noisy at all. A super Walmart nearby. Cement pads with grass at sides, all RV hookups are located correctly. Private shower/washrooms are very clean. Staff is very friendly and welcoming. They even have a couple of after hours spots for those late arrivals. We camped here in a motorhome and will definitely stop in again on our way south next year. FYI-The management give a coupon giving 3 days for the price of two for your next visit.
Price reflects a weekly stay. Older campsite, city has grown up around it. Spots are quite small if you have slides on both sides of unit. Short timers can park in a gravel parking lot at a cheaper rate; no sewer there, but electric and water are available and these sites are bigger and right beside washrooms and activity hall. Nice little golf course, lots of snowbirds there for the winter, very friendly and welcoming. Wi-Fi accessible at office. Park happy hour on Thursdays with park entertainers who were very talented. We would go back again for a short stay.
Price reflects weekly rate. Stayed here a week. Park is nice, but mainly a lot owner resort, which seems to be the focus of the office. Very windy, weren't able to sit outside the entire week and were advised by longer term neighbors that the strong winds are normal. They have activities but for some reason they are mostly scheduled at the same time.. Pools and bathrooms very clean. Cable is only at a very few sites and office is not accommodating to give you a cable site. Internet access is sporadic at best; too many people trying to get on I guess, frustrating. We would not stay here again unless we were able to rent a spot directly from a lot owner.