February 10, 2020 - reviewed by The Forest People
A Great RV Park
We’ve spent four nights at the park - place is immaculately clean well manage. people the staff and the residence were extremely friendly, pool area large and was beautiful, many organized activities were going on all the time, the restaurant/bar excellent and reasonably priced
February 2, 2019 - reviewed by Jim
Great RV Park
Don't let the negative reviews influence you. Very nice place to stay. You won't be disappointed. Trust me it's all good from Michigan
March 9, 2018 - reviewed by Cachjunky
Our stay was a promo from Quartzite, 3 nights for free and 1/2 off for two more. This is an old RV Travel Park. Mostly old well kept travel traliers. NOT dog friendly. They have a unimproved area to relieve your dog, its in the desert. Ppl were
friendly. Staff was helpful. They have a woodshop that was closed when it should have been open.
February 22, 2018 - reviewed by Richard
This park is full of over 70 year old retired ppl that are cranky! They dislike dogs and make u walk ur dognin center of street so it doesnt pee on trees like a normal dog does! They make u go outside park to exercise ur dog as they have no pet friendly areas as they advertise! Everyone walking past us all frowned when they saw we had a dog!
All in all its a nice well kept place but unless ur over 70 and dont have animals i wouldnt bother with this place
It does belong to passport america and we got a spot for only 25 dollars but we wont be spending lots of time here
April 17, 2017 - reviewed by Nitewynd
Don't stop here during off season
Arrived here for a few days while transitioning from Seattle to Florida. Like most supposed RV parks in Yuma, it's really an old fashion trailer park with 90% of the spaces filled with permanent "trailers". Before Easter, most of the facilities in the park were open, but deserted. The day after Easter everything that can be locked up, is. They have a 4 for 3 special, but with everything locked, half price would be better.