Level sites too with concrete porch pads. No wifi and cell service isn't great. But there is a very nice bike path that takes you into town (2.5 miles) along the river. Very helpful staff too. The bathrooms are a little weird but at $27 for full hookup we could deal. We certainly would stay here again.
no cable, lots of full timers, friendly owner, very tired facilities
Don't bring your credit card, only cash or check. Owner very nice, funky little park with some character. Wonderful city park right next door. Adequate for a short stay. Would stay again.
Yes, there are trees, which I appreciate since it is a warm day. But Internet doesn't work and I found out after hooking up there is no cable, though it's advertised as having it. The manager told me I'd need my own antenna and went into a long explanation about ads, customer preference, etc. Then there are very limited bathroom facilities and in strange spots. And I should mention having trouble finding my spot because another resident parked his truck in my space while he was visiting someone.
Trees!!Trees!!Nice to have cement pads, too. Away from traffic, next to West Wetlands Park with trails and bike paths. Convenient to the older side of Yuma. Wide enough spaces,big rigs OK, good laundry. Fun,friendly place for all winter or a few days.Not a resort, just feels "homey".
$26 per night. Decent spot close to riverfront park with a good amount of walking trails.
We phoned Riverfront RV Park and made a 2-week reservation well in advance of our Jan 23 arrival, knowing this was the busiest time of the year in Yuma, AZ. I made sure ask if they could accommodate a 43ft motorhome. Upon arrival, the lady at the office looked at our reservation card and says," Are you sure that's only 43ft? We don't have any sites large enough and the people in the spot I was going to give you decided to stay longer." So, there we were, In Yuma, at their busiest time with no parking site and at the mercy of whatever rates RV parks with available sites wanted to charge. Thanks Riverfront RV Park - possibly someone will give you a measuring tape for Christmas next year so you can figure out what will and won't fit in you rundown old park.