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almcc

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Posted: 09/10/21 12:09pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We have stayed in most of the RV parks mentioned by Thunder Mountain above and those parks are good, we stop at the Tucson KOA on our way to and from California each winter and we enjoy it. We found Yuma a little busy for our liking, you may also want to explore site rentals in the Yuma foothills area,they were going for $300 a month and up, we rented there for a month one year.





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RvReviews.com has some excellent ideas. From the East coast to the Mississippi River Florida; Alabama, Mississippi.
The West Coast to the Miss.; Louisiana; Texas; New Mexico; Arizona to So. California. From low costs to high end; beaches to mountains and Deserts; enjoy it!

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Yuma, AZ. has at about 73 RV parks in the area. From low, medium, high rent. Next to Los Algodones for glasses, meds, and restaurants.
I will give you advice, no matter where you go, make no long term commitments sight unseen. RV parks are not created equal, at most you will pay for electric. By the way, there are a lot of Spud Heads winter here.

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