a drive by. We had our sights initially on another family friendly park, but liked the seclusion of this one from the interstate. We settled into the park by self-regostering after hours. The typical RV park amentities were featured on the map, but with our early evening arrival and early morning departure, we did not explore much of the park. We did notice that sites were clean and level. Many trees, palms and otherwise, spotted the park and offer shade on warmer days. All sites have hookups. Planned activities were communicated on a weekly flyer and residents seemed to have rigs in good working order. This is a great one night stopover when visiting the Yuma Territorial Prison and historical sites. We did notice after paying and parking that the campground is a 55+ park (we do not yet meet those requirements) like many Yuma area parks. The park offers laundry, a pool, game room, and a dog park.
Best Sites: None
Poor Sites: None
Hookups: Electric, Water & Sewer
Potable Water: At each site
Dump Withing Facility: Yes