61 total RV sites, can accommodate RVs up to 40ft, 30/50 amp, backins, Cable TV, WiFi, restrooms, showers, laundry, clubhouse, on-site management, heated swimming pool, hot tub, and shuffleboard.
55+ park. Open year-round! PA discount is not valid November thru March. PA discount is valid for 3 days maximum. Reservations accepted (not required). No tent camping. Pets on leash are permitted and dog runs are available. *Rates include tax.
Park is located just 1.5 miles from I-8. Take Exit 172, go south and turn right onto W 1st St. Then turn left on S Ave A, and then turn right onto W 3Rd St. The park entrance will be on your right.
Shady Acres is a pleasant 55-plus community of manufactured homes and RVs in the historic city of Yuma, Arizona. Here you will find a collection of well-priced homes for rent or sale, as well as RV lots. Shady Acres is an ideal choice for all lifestyles - the homeowner, seasonal owners, or those who love to travel. The management team offers a friendly, caring service to all residents.
Pool Aerobics, bingo, jam sessions, poker, crafts, pool games, coffee & donuts, full moon picnics, steak frys, hamburger feeds, pancake feeds, dessert parties, potlucks, dances, entertainers, and bible study.
Visit Main Street in downtown Yuma and find a variety of things to do such as shopping, dining, and entertainment. If you're looking for a local grocery store, consider Albertsons or Fry's Food Stores for the best selections. For some outdoor enjoyment, Carver Park is just a four-minute walk away and offers a heated swimming pool, tennis and racquetball courts, and covered seating areas. For your health and care needs, Yuma Regional Medical Center is a short drive away. Additional attractions include: Yuma Proving Ground Heritage Center, Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park, Castle Dome Mines Museum & Ghost Town, Gateway Park, Colorado River State Historic Park, West wetlands Park, Imperial National Wildlife Refuge, Martha’s Gardens Medjool Date Farm, Cibola National Wildlife Refuge, Yuma Art Center and Sanguinetti House Museum and Garden.