From the bloggers at Rolling in a RV.
After almost a month of camping in the desert with too many short and cloudy days and not enough driving to help our solar panels fully charge our batteries we resorted to plugging in. Yuma, Arizona is one of the warmest places in the US during the winter and a very popular snowbird destination with more than 60 RV parks so finding a park is easy. I chose this one for its close location to Yuma and inexpensive-for-the-area $30.00 a night rate. Actually I chose a different one but our Garmin took us to this one! 😀
We stayed just one night so we didn’t explore the park but it seems to be pretty typical with full hookups, a pool and a clubhouse. Most of the sites are very close together with a small sitting area and table separating them. Wheelchair access varies but many of the sites look like they’re accessible.
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