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68 RV Parks near Fortuna Foothills, Arizona
We did however find 68 campgrounds within 25 miles of Fortuna Foothills. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Fortuna Foothills in the left hand column.
Feb 2018 - $1.00
We visited this park twice recently as part of our Trails Collection addition to our Thousand Trails membership. This is a small park in Yuma filled with very nice folks who mostly seem like seasonal residents. The sites are gravel with a concrete pad and room to park. Our Verizon and ATT services worked well. The heated pool and hot tub were really nice for nightly soaks. Foothill Village is in a super convenient location and we'd gleefully stay there again. Great staff too! - ppalmer21
Mar 2017 - $25.00
Level gravel space and concrete patio. Spaces were sufficient size. No free WIFI which seems unsatisfactory nowadays. Older park but friendly people. There is a lot of road noise. Office staff did not know what size the spaces were nor if they had 30 or 50 amp. One person would tell us one thing and then another lady would correct her. Our space number changed several times because they were uncertain if we would fit or if it was 50 amp. They need a chart or book so they know this info. We asked what size one site was and the reply was "I don't go out and measure them". Every park should know this basic information so they can serve their customers and how hard could that be to keep those records?? - JackieD
Jan 2017 - $1.00
We stayed here free as part of our Thousand Trails membership. Sights are a bit narrow but we had no trouble backing our 40' coach into the site we were assigned. This is a 55+ park and seems to be pretty quiet internally. There is road noise from I-8 and frontage road but it quiets down at night. Just a few miles from Walmart. We would definitely stay here again. - jprisbe
Sep 2019 - $1.00
The park itself is well-maintained and park model homes are neat and orderly. Employees and park residents are all friendly and helpful. Our site was large with room to park next to our camper. There is a concrete slab on each site, too, which is nice for setting up chairs and a small table. Dish satellite TV, Verizon MiFi and AT&T cell phones all worked well here. Now for the reason for the low service rating. They have a large, very clean laundry at this park. I went to do my laundry on a Saturday and couldn't. That's because this campground sells "credit cards" you have to use to operate the machines. I've done this before, so didn't see it as a problem. You can usually use coins if you don't have a card. Not here. It's their card or nothing. There isn't an option for anything else. That still would have been okay with me, but then I found out the office is closed on weekends. So, at 10 am on a Saturday morning, there was no place in the park where I could purchase one of their laundry cards. Seems like there should have been a host or someone who could have sold me a card. So beware, if you want to do your laundry, do it during office business hours or purchase a card ahead of time. It won't keep us from staying here again, but it kept me from giving them a better rating. - Bobbi1948
Mar 2018 - $1.00
This is our 2nd stay during March of 2018. Liked this quiet park very much. Very friendly staff and nicely maintained. No pickle ball but enjoyable though smallish pool. Big pet walking area on the backside of the park which is where we stayed. Really liked that the park is on the North side of I-8 which made it quieter and much less traffic. Getting in and out of the park was very easy. Very reasonable annual site fee if one wanted to stay for the entire season. Will be back next year. We stayed free with our Trails Collection membership. - Specracer47
Oct 2013 - $47.00
The rate shown is without any discount and does include a "resort fee" of $3/night. Very nice campground with level, back-in sites. Wide interior roads make backing in to your site easy. Campground hosts are extremely friendly and helpful. While there is little traffic noise, you will hear trains...unavoidable in southern Arizona. Cactus Gardens is convenient to shopping and sightseeing. We would definitely stay here again. - Dale & Ray O'Donnell
Jan 2017 - $29.00
Very very small sites, we tried three before we could find one where we could open both slides. Over an hour of frustration, we only stayed because our friends had already set up. The noise at night from both the trains and planes kept us awake. The one good point was that the staff and the hosts were very friendly and helpful. Even the camp hosts are in very tight spaces. Would not return. - Luvingit
Mar 2016 - $24.00
Very I mean VERY narrow sites, the camp host had us manoevering for 5 minutes to squeeze between the concrete pad, the water spigot and a tree and we cleared the spigot by 6" when we finished but the branch of the tree was hard up against the side of the rig.
Clean place and very friendly staff. The laundry requires that you buy a $2 card with add ons in $5 increments. There is a $4 a day "Resort Fee" which Encore thinks it's entitled to.
We were meeting up with friends here otherwise I think we might have looked elsewhere. - Brian n Barbara
Feb 2016 - $19.00
We bought their Quartziste Special" in the big tent and came for a few days, to see, and leave if unhappy. We're now in our 3rd week, because our experience has exceeded any and all expectations. The Manager and her staff are friendly, available, and very helpful. Though the sites are small, there are mature trees, concrete pads, and firm gravel; i.e. no dirt or mud.
Today, I make reservations to return next February for a month. What stronger recommendation could there be. This Park has a very friendly clientele who return year-after-year. With on-going friendships, they take active role in organizing events, trips, dinners, in and around the park. As first-timer, we were warmly welcomed within 10 minutes, invited for coffee, and included in many events. Best we've ever found in 9 years of RVing - and We'll Return!!
Note - this is Passport America rate which is usually Not honored during Jan - Mar. However this year, with 30% fewer Canadians coming due to currency, most RV Parks are offering specials like honoring Passport America. - jwalk77
Dec 2016 - $23.00
Really narrow sites. Neighbor's truck was literally inches from our slide-out. Some facilities inoperational when we arrived. No advance notice of this, which is really poor management on the general manager's part. Overpriced for the amenities offered, compared to other nearby parks. Will definitely not stay here again. - Bettcita
Mar 2015 - $40.00
Only overnight but it is clean people are friendly. - USAF1
Feb 2014 - $20.00
Although they say pet friendly, I do not agree. Dog must be taken outside of the park for anything. It dare not pee before you get there. The road noise is also an issue. I would not stay here again - pretty girl
May 2012 - $35.00
Wide paved roads with narrow gravel sites and big concrete patios. Your neighbor might be only a few feet from you. A few sites are long enough to accommodate a big motor home. Restrooms/showers were small but clean. Two pools with different water temperatures so you can choose warm or cold. The clubhouse had a library and pool tables. - peppermint123
Jan 2012 - $36.00
Rate shown includes resort fee of $3. This is now an Encore Resort. Access roads paved. Site was fairly level and a gravel back-in. It had a cement patio, but no table. Cable TV is $2 a day extra. TV reception from antenna produced 4 or 5 English language channels. Wi-Fi is a hotspot at the club house, but I picked up another signal from my site (77) strong enough for Skype. Lots of daily activities. This park is more suitable for seasonal guests. There is only a limited amount of sites available for overnight and you should call first for availability. - Onemoretrail
Mar 2019 - $42.00
Located in the Fortuna Foothills, this park was formerly named Schechert Family Fitness Center and was acquired by new ownership in March of 2018. The RV park sits behind the fitness center and is currently a large open space with 50 sites. The new owners have plans to update the park in the near future by lowering the number of sites in order to widen them. The gym is available to RV guests by purchasing a key card that allows entrance to the facility 24 hours a day. (When we were there the fee was $10 and will work for future years of staying there.) In addition to workout equipment, the gym also offers dance classes, yoga, cardio and has large showers in the restrooms, an outdoor heated pool and a hot tub. All of which are including with the purchase of the key card and RV rent. The employees have always been super friendly and keep the facilities very clean. While a little nondescript in appearance, the park offers much by way of the gym, classes, pool and hot tub. And I'm sure the new owners will be working on the aesthetics of the RV park in the near future. - chefb1969
Feb 2017 - $25.00
We stayed a month at Schechert family RV, in a motor home. The washrooms weren't very clean, the staff was polite, but they didn't seem to do very much, possibly because they have to sit and watch the gym, but usually there were two of them. There is great wifi, but no laundry facilities, we took our laundry to a laundromat in Foothills. It is close to shopping and a nice area of town. Although the streets were noisy with sirens at night. YOU camp in a gravel parking lot with a cement pad. There is enough room to park your tow vehicle. The pool was often cold and people complained. Hot tub was cool some days and extra hot other days. There were also a lot of bees, we tried feeding humming birds and ended up with a whole bee hive, I think. Some people in the lot were friendly enough, but many kept to themselves. - rvtravlr
Dec 2013 - $35.00
The Schechert Family Fitness Center offers 48 RV sites around the perimeter of their parking lot. All sites are full hookup. Many are big rig sites. Most sites are narrow and close together, although all sites are at least 16' wide including a small concrete patio area. Annual rate is $2850 plus metered electric. Monthly rate is $350 plus electric. Weekly and Daily rate is based on season and include electric. Winter Weekly rate is $235 and Winter Daily rate is $35.50. The use of Schechert Family Fitness Center is available, free of charge, for all who reside in the RV park. The fitness center includes cardio, strength and free weights and a scheduled variety of fitness classes. An outdoor pool and spa is also available for use. - 15243
Dec 2017 - $13.00
The rate we paid was $9o a week, plus electric. This is just a basic park, with no amenities. Some of the sites do have storage sheds, but ours did not. The park is easy to find, and even though it is in a residential area, it is nice and quiet. The roads into the park are wide enough for RVs, and we saw several parked in yards, beside houses, and in other small parks in the area. The owner lives in the area, and just about every day he comes over to clean and rake the gravel. While we were there, there were only 3 other RVs in the park. - Bbtj
Dec 2016 - $11.00
It was very nice, clean and fair priced for the area. We found the area to be very quiet. Every spot has it's own storage shed and there are extra water spigots. Electric is extra. - PhilNic
Mar 2016 - $11.00
Cactus Blossom RV Retreat is a new, very small park, in the Foothills section of Yuma. The park is in a residential area, and it is a place to hook up your RV and live, but it isn't an RV "resort". The park owner/manager is an experienced RVer, and he is setting up the park with the things he would like to have - so the sites are spacious and level, and most sites have a storage building that you have access to while you stay. He only offers weekly and monthly rates; the price shown is based on the weekly rate and electricity must be paid on top of that rate. The park owner has great pride of ownership and it shows in what he has provided.
If you are looking for a spot to park your rig in a quiet neighborhood at an economical price, not an RV resort with lots of activities, Cactus Blossom RV Retreat might be the place for you. - pattic777
Jan 2018 - $18.00
Cal-Am bought this park in 2015 and built a new ballroom, and a new outdoor pool area. The activities are non-stop, with beautifully decorated theme events. Lots of happy hour activity with live music in the new outside pool area. Great management with friendly staff, dances every Friday night, plus special performances throughout the season. Excellent new sport courts for pickleball, bocci ball, shuffleboard, and curling. Most of the 500 spaces are filled with park models in their own village setting with the transient RV sites in the front of the park. There is some traffic noise in the RV section as the park runs along the I-8 corridor. Easy on/off access. First class utilities, excellent power, cable included. Verizon cell is good. Located in the Foothills area of Yuma within 3 minutes drive to restaurants, supermarkets, and pharmacies. The RV sites are narrow with only a few pull-thrus, not appropriate for big rigs. Some trees but mostly open, so satellite reception should be good. Overall an excellent facility for rigs under 36 feet. - Margo Armstrong
Feb 2014 - $38.00
This is a good news, bad news review. We have stayed in Sundance for months at a time, in the past, but only stayed two weeks this year. The back half of the park is filled with park models and is a winter village. The front half is more transient, and noisier. In the past we would have given the park a 10. Now there are two things you need to know. They advertise Wi-Fi but in the two weeks we were there, we were not ever able to connect to the Internet. We depend on the Internet a lot and this meant special trips to free zones like the library south of I-8 and Starbucks two miles west. If you need the Internet, be sure it is working before you plunk your money down. It was a major irritation. Secondly, Sundance's short term prices are way up from a while ago. Two weeks was over $500 and was roughly the same as a month's stay. (The yearly price still seems reasonable.) For these two reasons, we will look for alternatives the next time we are in Yuma. - Hameisters
Jan 2013 - $38.00
Not sure where to begin this one. When we arrived we were going to stay three months (Winter). The office staff was nice until the Managers Husband took us to our site. It was very small and there was only 30 amp service. They found us another site that was a little bigger but still no 50 amp. The managers husband was very rude and told us if this didn't work we were out of luck. We really wanted to stay here because our friends were here. We were able to get in to the site (Barely). As soon as we hooked up our electric everything began smoking! Our new flat screen TV, Our inverter and my desk top all fried. When we told the office what had happened I over heard the one lady in the office say through a window, "Oh no, it has happened again"! We were so upset. They sent a maintenance man out along with the Managers husband. Upon inspection they said there was nothing wrong. Our neighbor was there and spotted a problem. He told the young man to look at the ground line. Sure enough the parks system was not grounded properly.The managers husband asked why we did not have electrical protection, we do but not for a 30 amp plug. What a nightmare. We also discovered this happened to a person two days prior to our issues. They need to fix the electrical before they put a RV in the site. We are from Canada and I will post this on every site I can find. By the way we are still waiting for them to make a decision if our damaged items will be paid for. Our insurance co. will take care of it. We left that park and found a much nicer place to stay. I highly recommend that if you are snow birding avoid this place like the flu! Also, the managers husband should never come in contact with any guests. He is rude and has no right to speak to people as he did to us! - sidbartello
Mar 2019 - $15.00
Rate based on a monthly rate of $440; we received a 20% discount for being first time visitors to the park. When making reservations for long stays, there is a $200 non-refundable deposit. Electricity is in addition to the base rate. All roads in this park are paved. RV sites are gravel with a concrete slab patio. The north half of the park is all manufactured homes; the south half is made up of RV and park model sites. There are two laundry facilities; the one in the RV section was closed in March due to an accident. You'll find a book exchange in the main clubhouse and in the satellite building in the RV section. Mail boxes are assigned to each site; there's a security deposit for the key which is refunded when the key is returned. This park has several activities throughout the season; shuffleboard is very popular as are the game nights and weekly jam sessions. The events are open to residents, their guests, and outside visitors. Ticket sales happen on Monday and Tuesdays, about two-three weeks before an event. The park is very popular with Canadians. - DiplomatTraveler
Mar 2019 - $38.00
This is a large park with a large area of permanent park models and a smaller area for RV's. The RV lots are at least 50 deep by 40 wide with those next to the fence, corners etc. larger. The RV sites are natural except for a large concrete patio. The area is quite busy but the park is far enough from any busy road to be very quite @ night. The park has all the facilities you could want and seem's very organized. The rate is based on a weekly stay. We would stay again if in the area. - lrp374
Oct 2018 - $30.00
We have been spending 5 1/2 months every winter for over 10 years in this park. We tried several other parks in the Yuma area and they were not as clean, spacious, or friendly as this park. There are lots of activities and all are well-attended. The park area itself is spotless - no garbage, weeds, or sewer smells. The office staff and manager are friendly, caring, and efficient. What more could you ask for!!! - chardav