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Cocopah Bend RV Resort Golf Course

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Cocopah Bend RV Resort Golf Course

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Yvonne W wrote a review Nov 2016
283 contributions58 helpful votes
Had a night here as RV needed inspection so had to cut our time here short Great place for golfers and beautifully done! Easy walk to the course and the folks are really helpful and friendly
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Date of experience: November 2016
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A B C wrote a review Jun 2016
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina23 contributions11 helpful votes
We come through Yuma about twice a year and always stay at Cocopah. They have a huge dog park which our doggies look forward to. There is a free dog wash which we take advantage of. The annual folks are very nice to us and maybe when we retire we'll buy a place here. We generally stay for 2 to 3 nights. This gives us plenty of time to go to the dentist and optometrist in Mexico.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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Glennda_11 wrote a review May 2016
Calaveras County, California99 contributions49 helpful votes
This is a senior over 55 resort, very clean, very clean.... the rv place is gravel, with a cement pad too.. but it's so cleani.... restroom, showers, very nice ... laundry facility great... a piddle park for the doggies... you can only stay in the rv dog area... very strict rules, but that is why it is so clean...wi-fi ... hard to find...in the library area only... beware the cable, needs to have a digital tv... ours was old ... could only view our movies... pool area, wonderful.... will go again, we stayed 6 nights... husband went across border for dental work, very quiet.. perfect for his recouping rest
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Date of experience: May 2016
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Boogie384 wrote a review May 2016
California37 contributions11 helpful votes
We spent one night here, so our view is very limited. The RV sites are rough dirt and gravel with no table, WiFi is too far from the clubhouse to receive the signal, and there is little to recommend the place except for nice walks in the cool hours and the swimming pool. The pool was excellent. The development is intended for snow birds to spend the winter in their tiny manufactured homes which line the branches of the golf course. We would not stay here again.
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Date of experience: May 2016
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goin2see wrote a review Feb 2016
Tijeras, New Mexico13 contributions14 helpful votes
We spent the winter of 2015-2016 here. The golf course is horrible, but the people who run and work in the pro shop and office are worst. The pro shop is controlled by a control freak. Instead of feeling welcome, I felt as if I was imposing on the staff. The 'residents' run and control the golf shop. I was told I could not check in for an event the next day, when my friend was allowed to. Last night I tried to buy 2 large coins for the range. The clerk turned to the manager and asked if she was allowed to sell me 2 gold coins. The manager said no - I was only allowed to buy one coin for a small bucket and 1 for a large. There are leagues every weekday and many weekend events, limiting open golf to afternoons only. Besides the leagues, there are many groups that play together after the leagues, further limiting open tee times. These groups are allowed to play 5-somes in one tee time, so they back the course up. They schedule 80 year old golfers 7 minutes apart. It is common to have 2-3 groups backed up on a tee. But the course is another story. The tee boxes often do not face down the fairway. Many times I could hardly get my tee into the ground. The ground is so hard, I felt as if I was hitting off concrete. I often felt the vibration of hitting the ground with my irons up through my wrists. no need to worry about filling divots - you can rarely make one. there are no cart paths to speak of. The cart paths on 17 and 18 are rutted dirt tracks. There is no water available on the course. The greens are long, and slow. Many holes have high spots around the edges, making your ball roll off easily. Besides the course issues, this is an ugly course. There is little landscaping, the only water is retention ponds, except for 18 that follows the river. I regularly saw a pack of 5 wild dogs. It is a tee it up and hit it straight course..... no challenges except to hit in the fairways. I made the mistake of buying a membership, so I play here... I will not be back after this year.
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Date of experience: January 2016
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