Southern Mesa RV Resort will be alerted immediately and will approve your reservation after checking availability.
Southern Mesa RV Resort offers beautiful scenery along with a great sense of community. Allow Southern Mesa Resort to welcome you to a fun, engaging experience living here. This is a family-friendly park that offers big resort living.
No street parking. Roads need to remain clear for large RVs and emergency vehicles. If you are having overnight visitors, contact the office for their parking arrangements if you do have room on your site. Do not drive through any vacant RV sites or walk through your neighbor’s area. Speed limit is 5 mph. Please observe speed limit and Stop signs within the resort; this includes golf carts, bicycles, scooters, ATVs, etc. If you are found speeding in the park, you will receive a written warning. If you receive more than 2 warnings, the park will charge a $50.00 fine to your bill for exceeding the speed limit. (ATVs making excessive noise and speeding will be asked to leave the property.)
Anyone using the pool or spa pool must shower beforehand. Hot tub use is only for 14 year old and above. Alcoholic beverages are limited to the area surround the pool/club house. No parties unless arranged by park management. No pets are allowed in the pool area. Southern Mesa extends a warm welcome to new and returning guests. Thank you for following park rules and doing your neighborly duty.
Only 1 RV is permitted per RV space. Only 2 pets permitted per household. The 3 feet behind the RV is not for storing items and will be discarded by maintenance workers. Whatever you bring to Southern Mesa must fit on your site. Your site boundary is between the pedestals. Please do not exceed this. Local ordinance requires RVs and permanent structures must be 3 feet from all site line. Thanks for being a good neighbor!
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Back-in RV Sites
Castle Dome Ghost Town & Mine Museum: Ever dream about being in one of those towns in the old westerns you saw growing up? Well Castle Dome Ghost Town & Mine Museum makes it come true as you walk down the dusty streets and step into cantinas, hotels, and shops exactly as they were 100 years ago. The museum also provides a glimpse of what it was like to live and work as a miner by providing visitors with guided tours of the Hull Mine.
Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area: Wonder if there are still places left in America where you can forget about stop signs and speed limits and go as far and fast as your ride well take? It’s good to know there still is at the Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area, where you have the freedom to push yourself and your machine to the limit on the expansive and challenging sand dunes that stretch on for miles in every direction.
Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park: Get locked away in the past with a visit to the Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park. See what Arizona’s first prison was like in the days of the Old West, where legendary figures such as Pearl Hart actually served out their sentences. Don’t forget the guard tower located within the park is also a great place to take in the scenery of Yuma’s parks and the Colorado River before planning your next escape.
Colorado River at Yuma: Since the Colorado River runs right though Yuma, it’s no surprise that there are a number of fantastic opportunities for fun and relaxation on and in the river. Enjoy numerous activities ranging from canoeing and tubing to fishing and nature watching all along the river. What’s even better is that all of these activities are only a few minutes away from downtown Yuma and numerous other parks for picnicking.