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Cactus Gardens RV Resort, AZ
DescriptionLocated near the Colorado River in Yuma, Arizona is Cactus Gardens RV Resort. We have 428 sites, 14 acres of fun and friendly people, and on average, 300 days of sunshine! Our facilities include a recreation room with dance floor and a full kitchen, a dart room, card room, pool room, pool & spa, library, and bathrooms & showers. We are clean, eager to please, and among the friendliest you'll find anywhere.
Our Activity Director plans a variety of fun events including: a jam session every week, Saturday breakfast, Sunday church service, Tuesday & Thursday homemade doughnuts, Wednesday biscuits & gravy, bingo, live entertainment, shuffleboard, horseshoes, darts, daily pool exercises, line dancing & assorted games.
The city of Yuma was named after the original inhabitants, the Yumas, and is located in the Southwestern corner of Arizona near the borders of California, Sonora, Mexico, and Baja California, Mexico. Yuma is also an Arizona Main Street community, providing business assistance in organization, design, promotion, and economic restructuring in the historic downtown.
Designated as a National Heritage Area in October 2000, the Yuma community played a vital role in the West's development and consequent history. The downtown area offers a wealth of historical and cultural attractions to explore. Favorite downtown attractions include the Century House Museum, St. Thomas Mission, Yuma Territorial Prison, the Yuma Crossing Historic Park, and First Air Travel/Yuma Landing.
The cool waters of the Colorado River wind along the west side of town, forming the border between Arizona and California. Yuma is Arizona's warmest winter city and the sunniest year round place in the US, with an annual average of 4,133 hours of sunshine. Yuma has a classic low desert climate with extremely low relative humidity and very high summer temperatures. Stores, shops, restaurants theaters and homes are air-conditioned year round. The mild weather that graces Yuma in the winter months and the sunny, temperate summertime makes Yuma an ideal destination for RVers and campers alike.
Throughout the year events and entertainment relating to Yumas rich history are enjoyed by locals and visitors alike. Whether it’s the Gunfight at the Okie Dokie Corral, the Annual Yuma Birding & Nature Festival, dunes ecology, desert bighorn sheep, nature photography, Mexico adventures, Yuma West Wetlands, desert bighorn sheep search, venomous creatures, and more, there’s always something to do in Yuma!
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Alerts and Important InformationWhile the first two guests are always included in a reservation, guest charges for extra people may apply at time of check-in.
Getting There:GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
From the West (Highway 8)
Exit #8 1/2 bear right to light. Right at light to next light, turn right. Follow road thru light to 1st left, 9E. Turn left, 1st on right.
From the East (Highway 8)
Exit #8 1/2. Right at light. Take 1st left, 9E, turn left, 1st on right.
Fron the North (Highway 95)
Turn left on 9E. Go 2 miles across railroad tracks to last park on left.
From the East (Hishway 95)
Turn right on 9E. Go 2 miles across railroad tracks to last park on left.
Mailing Address:Cactus Gardens RV Resort
10657 S. Ave 9EÂ
Yuma AZ 85365
Phone Number:Information: (866) 315-9334