Great Campsites, Great People & Great Fun Year-Round
Looking to avoid the temperature drop this winter? Pack your bags and head southwest towards Yuma, AZ. More than 60,000 permanent residents call this city home, but the population more than doubles during the winter months, thanks to snowbird activity. To save money on accommodations and enjoy the beautiful scenery, many travelers prefer to stay in one of the many RV camping resorts or campsites that can be found all over the region.
Gone are the days of likening Arizona to a vast desert. With a plethora of activities available, Yuma is sure to keep even the most active snowbirds entertained. Try checking out Yuma River Tours. Whether you’re someone who prefers a lazy river or a rafter who aims for the rapids, a trek down the Colorado River will teach everyone a bit about bird watching, wildlife and the area’s history. From jet boat tours to dinner cruises, kayaks and canoes, Yuma River Tours help to get all visitors accommodated and well versed in all that Yuma has to offer. Click here (http://www.yumarivertours.com/) for more information.
Land dwellers, worry not. Visiting Yuma can be a water-free adventure if you’d like it to be. Try visiting historic downtown Yuma, and enjoy multiple dining options and shops. A home to many street fairs and music shows, be sure to check out the city’s schedule during the time of your stay and try to catch an event! To the visitors who find monotony in keeping both feet on the ground, hop on a hot air balloon tour and take in all the sights of Yuma through breathtaking aerial views.
Whether you’re trying to get away for the whole winter or just for a week-long escape at one of the many comfortable hotels or RV camping resorts, join other like minded individuals who chose to avoid the bitter breeze and plan your trip to Yuma. FYI, Arizona is celebrating 100 years of statehood this year, so why not be part of the celebration? Grab your birthday best and head on down to the Centennial Fandango in downtown Yuma to celebrate this Valentine’s Day. With dancing on Main Street, a tri-tip barbecue and fireworks, this is sure to be a birthday not a single party goer will forget.
For more centennial information, visit the official Arizona Centennial website at AZ100years.org.