A popular winter destination near the Colorado River in a Desert area near California and Mexico. 30 Miles north of Yuma and 27 miles north of Yuma Marine Corp Air Station (MCAS). The Colorado River has numerous irrigation canals and hundreds of small lakes with excellent boating, fishing, swimming and water skiing opportunities.
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Oct 2017-March 2018
December 2017 - January 2018
April 21, 2016
All in all its a good place to stay. We'd come back here again.
Nice place to stay. It's quite a ways out of town so be prepared to travel if you want to go anywhere off base. Everything was very clean and the lady running the office is super nice. Large sites, friendly with activities going on most every weekend. I'd stay here again.
This is an awesome run facility. The Mgr is probably the best in the entire MWR system. If you go you will find clean facilities, friendly people and a true sense of community during the winter season. As far as HOMESTEADING? it doesn't exist, this is a winter haven for many and being remote in my opinion, requires the ability to stay for an extended time. I am willing to bet you CAN HAVE ANY SITE IN THE PARK FOR THE 4th of July holiday! The price/value is outstanding, the Wi-Fi is better than most places and the FREE cable tv is a real benefit.
Dec 14, 2014
30$ a day what! And they are homesteading too. Only 375 for a month. Should be 900$ a month. Oh but you can stay 7 months. WHAT!!!! It should be the same price for everyone. Are they discriminating against personnel trying to enjoy this travel camp for a couple of days. They must want personnel to live there. Don't care if your retired or active duty military or DOD. Its MWR.... (it should be) 30 days stay period. Military active duty only get 30 days leave. No personnel is suppose to live there. MWR should not let anyone stay more than 30 days at any RV Camp. Not fare for personnel who want to enjoy these places. If you like the way it is now, then have (10 of the best site) available too walk inns always open. 24/7/365. Oh and everyone pays the some price per night.!!!~!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
11 June 2014
AprilWhine please verify that you have your facts correct before you make blanket comments such as this regarding occupied by civilian contractors working on base. Four long-term slots are occupied by active duty military that are assigned to Yuma Proving Ground. Please correct me if I am wrong but they have priority on base. Five others are retired military. Two individuals work for the Army and three are working for contractors. All the long-term are either active duty or retired military and have the same rights as you regarding staying at the travel camp. I found the long-term residents rather pleasant. The active duty will receive a space before any retiree or DoD civilian. That is their right as was yours before you retired. I have stayed at the travel camp and it is still a peaceful quite place to visit. Stop whining if you don’t want to share the travel camp with active duty military. Don’t stay there! Find somewhere else to stay. You will not find anything in the Yuma area as reasonable as Desert Breeze.
Desert Breeze was a wonderful campground but this time I can see the beginning of it's downhill slide. One row of the campground has now been given over to long term renters, trailers occupied by civilian contractors working on base. Probably won't be long until this "recreational facility" will be entirely occupied by homesteaders. Too bad!
23 Nov - 1 Dec 2013
We had a short stay here for a week. It was a great experience. It is a bit out of the way but it is nice and quiet. The host and staff were very helpful. Everyone in the park was friendly. The WiFi worked very well. They have a gob of washers and dryers. A great benefit here is the discount for staying a week, or month instead of just having a daily rate. More Fam Camps need to do that. We look forward to returning in the future.
25 May 2012
Stayed two weeks & will return. Host is very friendly & seems to enjoy her job. Spaces are good size,rec. room large laundry/rest rooms/shower area decent and everything clean. Located about 20-30 min to down town Yuma & a short drive to the river.
Feb 19, 2012
Great Reviews but RUDE host on Hot Sunday evening. Beware, and be prepared. We tried to get information and all we could get was the campground is closed and no Dry Camping for the night. They said drive down the road and dry Camp in desert which was not pleasant answer. No guidance whatsoever were to go and we tried to get answers. So, if this happens to you. Drive further down the road and dry camp at the Imperial Dam road (turn right) to BLM Land. Keep on paved part almost to end and turn left and you will see register station, etc. If not sure ask anyone. These are boon doggers and all will help you out. Not like the sour puss base host at Yuma Proving Ground. This is a great secret run by BLM with water, waste and dumps. Also bathrooms and quarter shower which are clean. Cost is $40 for 14 days and what a steal. You are within 15 minute drive to Post for logistics. The Post has outstanding facilities, small but good. Also Post has big rig propane but not Diesel. The do have RV wash and Car wash along with Laundry Mat behind gas station. Recommend BLM dry camping and we stayed 17 days, got new glasses full exam $95 and two crowns $300 across border in Mexico. Ask the boon doggers at the BLM where to go? Also, if you are not into dry camping and need that power. Still head down the road past the Imperial Dam turn off and you will see several places along the road within 20 miles, which have power and maybe full hook ups. One is at another Laguna Dam and you cannot miss it which is about 10 miles beyond the Imperial Dam turn off.
Visiting this area for the first time, I found the staff to be the friendliest and nicest people we have come across in the past few months. They are very accommodating to the needs of the travelers. Very fair price, wonderful facilities in the camp and on the installation. There is a nice commissary bowling alley and small exchange. Be sure to visit the museum, there is a tremendous amount of history to see; and within walking distance from the campground! AK Hank
Hello... I have attempted to stop here recently. Two occasions and darn all full up. So they are frequently maxed out this time of year. Staff are absolutely upbeat and positive. So I passed through with using the RV dump and filling my water tanks. When I did get a tour of the facility it was very well appointed. So YUP on my to do list someday. Charles, WIN 3192
December 20-26, 2011
R.B. left this review using the Directory software: - Sites are level, graveled with cement pads on the side. Nicely maintained. Multi-purpose room has computers, wi-fi, television, pool tables, very large lounge areas. Laundry room/showers clean. Base has a fitness center, bowling alley, swimming pool, various cafes. The only empty sites when we were there were the designated "weekly" sites. There were two pull-through sites with no sewer, so I suppose those are for over-nighters. The YPG Heritage Center was closed for the holiday. YPG is 20 miles from Yuma, off Highway 95. The "commute" is worth it for the value and comfort of staying at this camp.
Dec 20, 2011 - Dec 26, 2011
Sites are level, graveled with cement pads on the side. Nicely maintained. Multi-purpose room has computers, wi-fi, television, pool tables, very large lounge areas. Laundry room/showers clean. Base has a fitness center, bowling alley, swimming pool, various cafes. The only empty sites when we were there were the designated "weekly" sites. The YPG Heritage Center was closed for the holiday. YPG is 20 miles from Yuma off Highway 95. The "commute" is worth it for the value and comfort of staying at this camp.
Dec 11, 2011 - Jan 11 2012
Have been here little over a week now and we are pleased with the campground and the office personnel. The Army here still require vehicle registration for the motor home and tow vehicle, but have had 100% ID checks each time we come on base. Monthly price has raised from $325 to $340, but I still think you can't beat the price. Some people have complained that it is so far away from Yuma, but 20 minutes or so doesn't seem that long to me. Easy in and out for any size rig at the AAFES gas station/shoppette about 4 blocks away and same thing for LP. Am staying in a 36 foot motor home, pulling a Chevy Colorado and would definitely stay here again.
Dec 6, 2010 - Jan 27, 2011
For the price, this camp is not worth visiting DC=$20. FH 25 day 125 week and m 325. The closest shopping is 30 miles away in Yuma. The Commissary is so small it is not worth going to. Biggest problem with this facility is the wind always blowing at 7mph + everyday. It is quiet and level parking is the best I can say about camp. Will not return next winter.