SpringHill Suites Yuma

Address: 1825 East 18th Street, Yuma, Arizona, 85365, United States | 2 star hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Yuma

        As Far South As We Go (This Time)

        A travel blog entry by daniel.scott on Feb 05, 2015

        70 photos

        ... over the closest dunes. Ahead we could see a lot of clouds hanging up on the mountains in the distance and sure enough, when we reached them we ran into some rain. Just enough to cover the car in dirt and spoil the look of Stella’s new wax job. These were some of the most unusual looking mountains I have ever seen. They looked more like enormous rock piles of smoothed boulders than mountains and they looked ready to come tumbling down at any time. We reach Mission Bay RV Resort around ...

        Superbowl, sunshine & Grand Ol' Oprey!

        A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Feb 03, 2015

        42 photos

        ... that!), having our free breakfast at the cafe, getting a pedi and oil change/truck wash (guess who did what!) and going to the theatre. We all went for dinner first at the Red Lobster, oh, those biscuits are good, then went to the Grand Old Oprey Jubilee at the lovely Old Yuma Theatre. The show was very entertaining, with the group singing all the ...

        Busy month

        A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen on Dec 27, 2014

        2 comments, 25 photos

        ... events also.
        We went to the Tamale Festival in Somerton, there was hundreds of people there all eating tamales, Yum, Yum.

        We did a great tour out at the Yuma Proving Grounds (YPG), the tour took us behind the gates to see areas that the public does not see. The proving grounds test all the military equipment that the military use before going to a battle field. Other countries also test their equipment they use in the YPG ...

        We are home

        A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen on Oct 22, 2014

        20 photos

        ... in size and has 130km of shoreline. There are many hiking trails around the park and the lake is well used by boaters, swimmers and divers. Another happy hour, then supper in the hall for a catered Texan BBQ. There was brisket, chicken, sausages, coleslaw, and beans. We had pecan pie, cookies and Texan ice cream for dessert. We spent the rest of the evening playing Joker.

        Next morning we all met in the hall for a get together ...

        Yuma – the sun shiniest town in the US

        A travel blog entry by raroboy on Feb 26, 2014

        46 photos

        ... ferry crossing… and you can also see an old train and can climb in it.

        Yuma Quartermaster Depot State Historic Park

        Now we do like historic sites – but we were for sure glad, we had a free entrance pass… maybe the history about this area is great: with the hottest military spot – and being the military depot for whole Arizona and the west… but ...