RV Parks

RV Parks in Yuma run the gamut from older sites, close to downtown or in the middle of town, with cozy spaces tucked in snugly next to each other at economical rates, to grander resorts at the edges of town, with more room to roam and plenty of amenities. Most offer a range of daily, weekly, and monthly rates commensurate with their services, amenities and location. Check out our members’ listings below, to find out who offers Wi-Fi, cable TV, a pool or spa, activities, tennis or pickleball courts and other aspects like on-site entertainment such as concerts or comedians. Whichever choice you make for your resting spot in your RV, you’re likely to find other nice folks who are happy to share what they know about Yuma, enriching your trip and perhaps making new friends.

Getting Here & Maps

Getting to Yuma by passenger vehicle, train or by air is a pretty straight shot, whichever direction you’re coming from. It’s on Interstate 8, at the southern end of U.S. Highway 95. It’s just a two-and-a-half-hour drive from San Diego, a three-hour drive from Phoenix, and Yuma is...

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