The turn into the resort and the turns throughout the resort are tight. It doesn't help that they have parking on one side of the road. When we checked in, we were given a 24-page rule/regulation book. We were also given a nametag that we had to keep pinned to our shirt whenever we were in the park. I wasn't too happy about that. I don't like putting holes in my clothes. The site tilts towards the street, so we had to use leveling blocks under our front wheels. We had problems with our water and electric, and found out later that several people have the same problems. When we tried to hook up the utilities, the electric didn't work. We called the office. By the time someone came to help, my husband had played around with it and had gotten it working. Two days later, the electricity went out again. This time my husband couldn't get it working. We had someone from maintenance come out, and he managed to get it on. A couple of days later, we had no water. Three phone calls and almost an hour and a half later, the manager came to look at it. He had no tools. We had to hook up our water hose to the neighbor's pedestal. The next day they got our water going. During the two months we were there, we had a few more power outages and more problems with the water. The office closes at 4 pm. If you have a problem after that, you have to call the guardshack. There's not much they can do since the maintenance men are not on duty, and the manager doesn't have any tools. Needless to say, we will not return to this park.
Love this 55+ resort. This is our second year here as snowbirds This resort has a great variety of activities. Pickleball is big with 10 courts. My wife likes the bike and nature hikes. What really makes this resort is the people. Everyone is friendly. We made amazing relationships. This resort is big enough to have the amenities, but small enough to meet people. The streets are a bit narrow for big rigs, but staff help guide you in. Mesa has good restaurants, close to lots of parks and events.