140 total RV sites, can accommodate RVs up to 40ft, 30/50 amp, full hookups, pull thrus, back ins, sewer, water, WiFi, handicap access, restrooms, showers, laundry, clubhouse, fire rings, BBQ, ice, game room, heated pool, hot tub, pool table, picnic area, boat ramp, boating, fishing, hiking, skiing, recycling and security.
Open year-round. PA is valid for 3 nights. Reservations preferred. Drive-ups welcome (please call ahead to check availability). PA is not valid during holidays and holiday weekends. Credit cards accepted. No smoking. Pets welcome. *Plus tax.
Located 24 miles from Bullhead city and 27 miles from Laughlin, NV. I-40 W toward Los Angeles Entering CA from AZ on I-40. Take the River Rd exit toward W Broadway 0.2 mi. Turn L onto River Rd. Continue to follow River Rd and destination will be on R. I-40 E from Los Angeles take River Rd cutoff Exit in Needles. Take the River Rd Cutoff Exit from I-40 E. Turn R onto River Rd, drive down River Rd 1.6 mi / 2 min. Then merge onto Needles Hwy and destination will be on L.
Regular Rate: $66.00-99.00. Passport America Discount: 10%. Type of Rental: Motel Rooms. (1 Queen or 2 Queen Beds). Accommodates: 1-4. Linens Provided: Yes. Check in time: 3 P.M. Check out time: 11 A.M. Notes: Most Rooms have Kitchenettes. All rooms have DirecTV.
Fender's is now one of our favorite short trip destinations. Because of work schedules, we are only able to take two and three day trips from our home in Henderson/Las Vegas, NV. It was an easy 88 mile drive door to door. Be aware, the road going into Needles is one lane in each direction for several miles. All the nice things said about Rosie were correct. The park is not new. It is well maintained. Bathrooms/showers were clean. Grounds were maintained. They are fussy about scooping dog poop. We had a space on a bluff overlooking the river. There was grass from the front of the coach to the edge that featured a wooden deck with benches and table to eat outdoors and watch the water. Birds chirped and hummingbirds hummed. Very relaxing. Several full-timers and snowbirds while we were there. We would certainly consider that as a temporary long-term spot in the future. Internet is advertised. We were below the site line of the office so were unable to connect. Because of the fellow next to us who left his pickemup truck in the way, backing out would have been dicey for one with less than expert capabilities. Howevah, my wife did fine.
I can’t say enough about our stay at this park. We came through for a very brief stay and all personnel at this park were extremely friendly, welcoming and helpful. The RV site itself was superbly maintained with beautiful landscaping and very clean. The elec, water, wifi, laundry facilities and dump provisions all functional. One thing I’m particularly picky about are the bathroom/showers. I was very pleased with the cleanliness, all the hot water I could use and the feeling of safety going to, while showering and fluffing and returning from the bathroom/shower. They also provided laundry facilities, which were clean, functional with folding tables and conveniently located in the same building with the lavatory/showers. The building was open with large windows and glass sliding doors that led out to a nice sitting area. I sat at one of the pick-nick tables on the porch and watched the river that ran behind surrounded by RV campers, had a nice boat ramp for boaters and kayakers beneath over-hanging fronds of large palm trees. It was a warm evening with a cool breeze. I brought a novel and was able to get everything done easily and actually enjoyed the time spent waiting on laundry to finish. The rigs were situated far enough apart that provided enough space to allow privacy. Daytime had a nice activity of people visiting, walking pets, going to the river, and late evening and night was quiet and restful at this park. We plan to return as soon as possible. I whole-heartedly recommend this park. Special thanks to Jean and Paul ;) Peggy Acker 12/20/14