Monday, January 27, 2014

Escapees KOFU Ko-Op in Yuma

We stayed four days at the Escapees Park in Yuma.  We recommend it.  I wanted to document our time there so I took a lot of pictures as I walked around the park a couple of times.

Although the sign for the park was relatively small, it was easy to find because there are no other RV parks on this road.
The front office was right on the main street and it had a couple of places for rigs while checking in.
I liked our space and the fact that the whole park is fairly uniform.
Inside the entry way to the community center was the front office.  Inside was a 'great room' with the pool tables, kitchen and eating area, more tables, the stage and a sitting area.
 Out the back door and next door was the laundry room.  Clean and well kept.
Our space was typical.  The residents were still in Quartzsite and were renting it out.  Cost us $20 plus a little over $2 for electricity.
The neighborhoods had a mix of park models and RVs with some landscaping on the corner lots.
We enjoyed our time there and did a lot in four days and would come back.  It is an well maintained campground and does not appear to be as old as some of the Escapees Parks we have visited.

And folks were friendly (not surprising at an Escapees Park).  I met Dave who has been a Full Time RVer for 22 years.  I have never met someone who has been doing this that long.  Have you?

Thanks for checking in on the Roadrunner Chronicles today!  Until next time...


  1. Thanks for the info, that SKP co-op park is already on our radar for next winter. Can't beat the price, either! :c)

  2. I love the pictures. It gives me a good idea what the park looks like. I like it. Thank You

  3. Just had Benjamin's do our rig and we are so happy with it. Thanks for the recommend. We like boondocking out at Pilot Knob while we're here.