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32 RV Parks near Wellton, Arizona
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
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
May 2013 - $23.00
Nice, comfortable park. We were here after most snow-birds hit the road, so it wasn't crowded. Very friendly staff, great pool and hot tub. Shade trees at each site, but need to grow a little more. The Wi-Fi is in the library and is available till 8:30 p.m. The laundry room is clean but you must fill a card up to use. Makes it a bit inconvenient if the office is closed. We were close to everything in Yuma as well as Algodones in Mexico. We would stay here again. We were here a week. - KomfortTravelers
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 2018 - $13.00
Stayed here a month - lovely people, tidy park, great (mostly unused) pool and hot tub. Mini golf and pickleball is FUN! Wellton itself is quiet and not much to do - OK by us. Geronimo's restaurant is excellent, Wellton hardware is great, Dollar General is my choice over the untidy Family Dollar, USPS staff are great. We rode our bikes all over town. There is a well-used golf course but we don't golf. - User2084
Mar 2014 - $38.00
This is a park with mostly snow birds and park models with full hook ups. There are just a few short term RV spots at the East end of the park with water and electricity only. What Wi-Fi they have is very weak or spotty. There are pea gravel roads that are level and dusty in the short term area. Then only TV is with a dish. No radio that we could find either. The people are very friendly and helpful. The bathrooms, showers and laundry rooms are very nice and clean. - MJHP*28
Nov 2009 - $28.00
This is a long-term snowbird park, not an overnight stop. For $28 (cash only) you get a spot in a gravel parking lot on the periphery of the park with water and electric only - no sewer hookup, table, trees; just dust and train noise. Our bad, we should have done more research; don't make our mistake, avoid this park if traveling, there are better, less expensive parks around. We'll avoid this park in the future. - Meanderman
Jan 2012 - $15.00
Stayed here 2 nites with PA discount. Old Old campground- not well kept up- looks like lots of seasonal snow birds and a few permanents. Parked us beside an old rundown motorhome with garbage everywhere around it- there were other spots available. Was quiet, appeared safe and worth the PA discount- but will look for other arrangements next time. - openrange
Jun 2011 - $14.00
This is a dump. Wish I could give it 0 rating. The restroom was so rundown that the sink cabinet was falling apart and the showers were too dirty to use. I have seen outhouses in better shape. The grounds are poorly kept. This is Passport America rate. - normdave
Feb 2011 - $15.00
People were friendly enough. Older RV sites, seemed like a lot of full-timers. Gravel sites & roads. Never found the cable hook-up. Even though the electrical box had 50amp plug, only 30amp worked. Every time the train went by (lots of noise) it messed-up the TV signal. We checked in at dark and had 6 trains in the first two hours ( at the time of this post). Would have been more peaceful at Walmart if AZ allowed it. - CurlyOnTheRoad
Apr 2018 - $12.00
Positives about Pioneer RV Park: 1) Very reasonable rates (~$350/month) 2) Clean and well maintained extra large sites 3) Very good user facilities; especially swimming pool/hot tub 4) Easy access from Interstate-8 Negatives about Pioneer RV Park: 1) Unbearable traffic noise from Interstate-8 2) Best RV sites (furthest away from I-8) already occupied by park models and seasonals 3) No wireless available other than office area 4) Most sewer hookups set too high to drain naturally Our most positive impression of this RV park is the very nice swimming pool and hot tub; it looks brand new. They also have pickleball courts, horeshoes, billiards, library, frequent potlucks, etc. Our overwhelming negative impression is the unbearable traffic noise from Interstate-8. The constant roar of semi-trucks 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Had to sleep with all RV windows closed; fans on all night; plus ocean surf music playing all night. Peace and quiet is not an option at Pioneer RV Park. We will not return to this park because of the traffic noise. If you are not bothered by the noise, it is a good option for the Yuma area. - Aircats
Mar 2017 - $10.00
$320.00 tax was the 2016-2017 rate for 4 months or less. Winding down 3 month stay here. Clean, well run park with extra large sites, 95% backins with a few pull-thrus for daily/weekly use. Many activities, too many to list. Have activity director in winter season. Many Canadians but all folks mix well because a lot of winter people been coming for years. Paved roads with concrete patios. Crushed rock for rigs. Utilities placed well and worked properly. There is train and freeway noise so be advised. Park models with Arizona rooms, fifth wheels and tow behinds in great numbers as the owners allow discounts for yearly lot rental. So to sum up, a very nice reasonably priced winter destination park 20 miles from Yuma on I-8, and about 40 miles from Los Algodones BC Mexico. We would definitely consider this park again when in this area as price is lower and amenities are just as good as the mega parks further west and you will not be shoved in to sites with little room or privacy. (My DW liked the warm pool and hot tub and I enjoyed morning coffee and shopping in Mexico - very safe). Sites are 45' x 60' and 45' x 70'. Plenty of room beside your rig for TV or TOAD. Have your partner help you back in to your site. DO NOT depend on park staff only to do this correctly. They may have signals you don't recognize or stand where you can't see them. Don't ask me why I say this, just be advised. - xarmoreddriver
Dec 2014 - $20.00
Very old park, we had a pull thru across the city street from the rest of the park, I think that is where the overniters stay: tight, long pull thru. Bathrooms are very old and funky and the shower costs a dollar. The manager is quite friendly. Worth the money. No internet or TV but we were able to receive a few channels on our antenna. - saturn7
Nov 2016 - $27.00
This was our second one-night stay here in a little less than two years. The spacious pull-thru sites for short-stay RVers are nothing fancy--basically just a big gravel parking lot, but the staff is friendly, the price is right, and access to I-8 is easy. The hookups are good. WiFi is provided, but we were not able to connect during our one-night stay. The only recycling available on site is for aluminum cans. We would definitely stay here again if we needed an overnight stay during our travels. - Byron Bailey
Jan 2016 - $27.00
This park is easy access off the I-8 and it looks very welcoming from the freeway with palm trees visible from the distance. The parts of this park that house longer term residents looks very nice. The residents and hosts were very friendly. However, we apparently got the last two open pull throughs "up the hill" in an open gravel field. It appears they are trying to cram as many rigs into the space as possible. It was very crowded. I bit pricey for what this place had to offer. In hind-site, we should have continued on to Yuma and found something nicer for about the same price. It was an extremely narrow, tight spot to park in, that is it. No picnic table, fire ring and a very eclectic crowd. We wouldn't stay here again. - Nautical Wheelers
Feb 2015 - $27.00
Friendly staff but the sites were so close I literally had to crawl under my neighbor's slide to hook up my sewer hose. The laundry was clean and adequate. I only stayed one night and wouldn't want to stay any longer. - mockturtle
Feb 2019 - $8.00
The best part of this place is the price and large RV spaces, but you have to deal with a smell that comes through from a nearby cow feeding plant if you're sensitive to odors don't change it, gets pretty bad a few times a week. Also, the water is smelly and I had to flush my system to get the smell out. I did not feel welcome and was threatened by an employee for walking over a mound of dirt that separates spaces. The rules state no vehicles on mounds behind RV but the rules don't say you can't walk over them. The guy was rude and gave a bad vibe. I actually left a week early. The Internet is terrible and the TV signal they provide is poor. No Pool, no propane and interstate noise, as well as many trains day and night, not much around the area Yuma, is the closest place to find a decent place to eat. - frankbart
Feb 2019 - $40.00
Good for a one night stay nothing more
easy in and out
Lots of rules - don’t use your own washer and dryer ????
Dry and dusty - cmwb
Jan 2019 - $34.00
We stayed here three nights, rate reflects Veteran discount; usual rate is $38/day. I somehow missed the four day PA rate of $21/day (my fault); when I extended a day I was given that option and took it, of course! No offer to apply it to our previous two days. I'll preface our review by saying that we aren't your typical RVers. We don't like rules but don't go out of our way to break them. We like a quiet park without intrusive pleas to play bingo. We have two cats who come in and out of a cat door - they bother no one, sleep most of the day, wander to the neighbors to sniff their rigs. This irritates most dog owners who have to leash their pet(s). Copper Mountain RV is a well-thought-out, clean, spacious, large, quad oriented, rule-bound park. If you like quiet this place is stellar. We found the front desk to be a bit antiquated - check in is done by hand on different colored cards, receipts are hand written. I asked about online software and was told "I've been talking to her about it." I believe the front desk person is the manager, job-driven (all that paperwork to fill out by hand!) with no welcoming chatter that is usually present at most front desks. My attempt at friendliness was rebuffed with no conversational enthusiasm on her part, no interest in who we are or where we're from. I don't know her of course, her life may be in turmoil right now for all I know. In eight years I've been to a lot of RV parks and I recognize when someone may not be a good fit - due to their own issues or the owners. They need a pool and rumor is it's in their future plan. I rode my bike all through the park every day and found no one interested in my greetings, or wanting a further conversation. I believe they're happy with their current group of campers and don't need more acquaintances. Honestly, we will stay at another CG in Wellton again before returning here. - User2084