We stopped here en route from the S. OR Coast to Yuma and again on the return trip. Staff are friendly, clean park. A lot of long-termers but they all seemed friendly and quiet. I-5 traffic noise wasn't a problem for us. Easy on/off I-5. Will plan to stay again.
We are en route back to home one the Oregon Coast after a month long trip to Yuma & up to Laughlin. We have stayed at a lot of parks (some really nice ones) & this park is the best one yet! Immaculate doesn't even begin to describe it! We will definitely be back! Our GPS told us to take Center Ave after exiting I-5N. I would recommend taking a right on to Belle Mill Rd then the 1st left on to East Ave...that will run into Lake Ave (you will see the park). Center Ave is quite narrow. If your GPS tells you that you will have to "park your vehicle and walk to the destination" just ignore it.
Stayed for two nights (once on our way to Yuma and again on the return trip). Quiet park, clean laundry (we didn't use bathrooms or showers so I can't say if they were clean but I'm inclined to believe they were). Friendly office staff. Local wine for sale along with some other goodies. Easy on/off I-5. Close to fuel/travel center and some restaurants (mostly fast food except for a Denny's which was good w/friendly service). Would definitely stay again.
Quiet, clean, friendly & the little store on site is even rather well stocked. We stayed twice (once on the way to Yuma and again on the return trip). Happy both times. Bathrooms and laundry are immaculate. I would not recommend the Desert Am Pm Arco station close by. My credit card was $20 overcharged for fuel (sale was "settled" at the reserved amt instead of the actual sale amt). Peggy Sue's Diner very close by was really nice.
No complaints at all! Clean park, SUPER FRIENDLY STAFF! Easy access to casino and amenities (note:we aren't gamblers but liked the restaurants and shopping just over the bridge). Seems to be a popular park...almost full during our 2-stay. ROUTE ADVICE: Don't take Needles Hwy on Cali side! That is the route my GPS sent us on and it's in terrible shape! I'm amazed that we didn't blow tires/shocks just on that 11 miles of pure hell! Take the 95 thru Ft Mohave and then over on Aztec Dr toward Aha Macav Pkwy to the park.
When we were pulling down the last street en route, the vacant buildings and homes almost made us try to locate a turn-around area. I am glad we didn't. As you make those last few turns you might think that your GPS is (once again) leading you astray...or you're thinking the park is horrid at best. NOT SO! We located the office. Staff are sweet and helpful. We then pulled thru the gates to go into the park. We had a pull-thru space closer to the river. Streets are a bit narrow but manageable. Spaces are clean and well-kept. Grounds are free of clutter and hookups all work. Grocery stores are only 10 mins away in Blythe. Ended up staying for two nights as hubby was battling a stomach bug. Definitely would stay again.