Address 1: 6800 Strand Ave
Open all Year: Yes
Number of Sites: 805
Full Hook: 800
Camp URL: http://www.cocopahrv.com/
Camp Club USA: Yes
*This RV park is directly affiliated with the Cocopah Casino.
About: Situated along the Colorado River near Yuma, Arizona, the Cocopah Bend RV & Golf Resort is 300 acres of adult playground. Residents enjoy approximately 449 sites directly on the golf course and 356 additional sites at the resort. All sites are extra large for big rigs or big groups of friends. Choose from a wide variety of golf events, horseshoe or shuffleboard team play, card games & classes. Or be pampered with dinners, dances and live entertainment without ever leaving the Resort.
-30/50 Amp Service
-Big Rig Friendly
-Pull Thru Sites
From I-8 & 4th Ave Exit: (quickest route)
Just take 4th Ave Exit off I-8, head right (south) to the 1st St. stop light. Go right (West) on 1st St. for 2.7 miles (this includes a road curve to the left (South) for the last block); go right (West) on Riverside Drive (see our large sign on the right) for 1.4 miles to the end of the road. Look for our water tower on the right. Use it as a landmark. Go right (North) on Strand Ave. 0.3 miles, driving over a canal. We’re at the end of the road–nestled between the Colorado River and the agricultural fields–in a wonderful peaceful rural setting, yet close to town and shopping.
From I-8, Exit 2, & 16th St:
(This route is longer and has more traffic, but it passes restaurants, fast food, grocery & drug stores.)
Take 16th St., Exit 2, off I-8, go West about 3 miles along 16th St. with gas stations, restaurants and grocery stores. At Avenue B, turn Right (North) and go 1 mile to 8th St. Go Left (West) on 8th St. for just over 2 miles. Look for our water tower on the right, using it as a landmark. A block after the avenue D canal crossing, turn Right (North) on Hope Street (on the right–look for the Cocopah sign), go Left at the T which is Riverside Dr. Go North on Strand Ave. 0.3 miles, driving over a canal. We’re at the end of the road–nestled between the Colorado River and the agricultural fields–in a wonderful peaceful rural setting, yet close to town and shopping.