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Yuma RV Parks, Expensive?


kathydavidb

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We will be going to Yuma next week & would like to stay in an RV park. When checking RV park reviews, most parks are $175 - $240 a week. For just a little more we could do a month stay but the electric charges are .16 kwh.So I think we will do a month stay and just conserve our electric use so that isn't another $200 for the month. My question is, has any one stayed in an RV park in Yuma recently that they would reccommend? Thank you in advance, Dave.

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You're going next month? Most people will be leaving because it will be starting to get warm - so figure you are going to be running the AC during the day. We stayed at Cocopah RV, which is on the west side. Nice golf course for 'seniors'. But it has been several years since we were in Yuma because we didn't find it to have enough for us to do.

 

Barb

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Dave, we are currently staying at "Pioneer RV Park", Wellton, AZ, about 25 miles East of Yuma. The price is $295/mo + .16/kw Electric, or, weekly $140.00 including electric.

 

Nice park, it is adjoining to I-8, so a little highway noise is a problem. People are extremely nice, lots of Canadians. Only fought the war of 1812 once!

 

http://www.welltonrvpark.com/

 

Hope that helps.

Jim

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Hi,

 

We just returned from Yuma. We stayed at Schecherts Family and Aquatics & Fitness Center. We enjoyed it nice friendly little park. Check their website gives you prices etc. Also check out Western Sands R.V Park.

Adobe Village R.V. Park

Sunset Palm R.V.Park

Sunridge R.V. Park

all owned by same company.We stayed at Western Sands and really enjoyed it as well.

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Dave and Kathy, we are in Western Sands for our 12th year. Monthly's are slowly becoming available as people are starting to move on. They have 2 daily's or weekly sites. $290 a month plus 16.5 cents KWH. Large sites, few amenities. If you come thru checking sites you may see vacant sites but if there is a shed on that site it may not be rented. If I can be of more help, just PM me.

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Thanks everyone for the suggestions. I'll check each one out. If it wasn't getting warm already I would just boondock. We don't want to sit out in the sun with temps. approaching upper 80's or low 90's. My RV gets warm inside quickly & we have a pet. Thanks again everyone, Dave.

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We own an RV lot in the foothills area with two 50 amp hookups. Our friend who has been using the other hookup will be gone next week on a trip. If you wish to use that spot for 2 or 3 days while you explore the area and look for longer term accomodations, you are welcome. Send me a PM if that would help.

 

Incidentally, the Yuma weather forecast is that the highs will be back in the 70's next week with nighttime temps in the 50's.

 

Walkerl

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