Shadow Hills RV Resort in Indio, Ca

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Shadow Hills RV Resort in Indio, Ca

Postby snoking » Fri Aug 15, 2014 4:56 pm

My brother inlaw is looking for a California resort for the month of January? What do you think of Shadow Hills RV Resort? Any other recommendations? Not India Wells please!!!

Chris
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Re: Shadow Hills RV Resort in Indio, Ca

Postby Big Bird » Sat Aug 16, 2014 7:51 am

We have stayed there a couple of times, the last being 3 years ago. It is family owned and operated and behind security gates. We would rate it a 7 out of 10 with 10 being best. It is across the street from the Del Web Shadow Hills housing development and near most conveniences. It has one pull through space and that is near the entrance. The spaces are not generous. The park has is a large percentage of full times and January is going to be extremely busy with snow birds. You may find it difficult getting reservations for January. It has full hook ups, a pool and a pond. Watch for low hanging tree limbs and make sure your air conditioning works. It is windy and electric rates are ridicules.
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Re: Shadow Hills RV Resort in Indio, Ca

Postby snoking » Sat Aug 16, 2014 7:58 am

Big Bird wrote:We have stayed there a couple of times, the last being 3 years ago. It is family owned and operated and behind security gates. We would rate it a 7 out of 10 with 10 being best. It is across the street from the Del Web Shadow Hills housing development and near most conveniences. It has one pull through space and that is near the entrance. The spaces are not generous. The park has is a large percentage of full times and January is going to be extremely busy with snow birds. You may find it difficult getting reservations for January. It has full hook ups, a pool and a pond. Watch for low hanging tree limbs and make sure your air conditioning works. It is windy and electric rates are ridicules.


Thanks, I have suggested they stay in South Texas for January or Yuma. They are coming from Ohio and it is their first trip West. They have a Jan reservation in a Twenty Nine Palms RV park that they can cancel. It is 10 degrees cooler up there vs Palm Springs area. They are going to be in Mesa Az at Val Vista for Feb. Yuma would be the warmest for Jan. Thanks Chris
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Re: Shadow Hills RV Resort in Indio, Ca

Postby Big Bird » Sat Aug 16, 2014 4:32 pm

Personally, we do not like south Texas (Rio Grande Valley). I think Mike Clay may have some experience with south Texas. There is nothing in Yuma, but a visit to Tombstone and a couple very nice RV parks. Well, that is not entirely true, our grandson goes to UA. 29 Palms for me is like south Texas. I liked Lonesome Dove, but even they left south Texas. Of the choices you listed, Indio is the best and 29 Palms is a lot cheaper. You will find the weather in the Coachella Valley pleasant in January.
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Re: Shadow Hills RV Resort in Indio, Ca

Postby snoking » Wed Aug 20, 2014 6:11 am

Looks like they are choosing Cocopah RV & Golf Resort in Yuma. $595/month plus electrical. We will swing by for a week to play with them there. Darlene is talking about some dental work in Mexico also. Then move to Val Vista in Mesa for 6 days with them, a week at Canyon Vistas and back home to do my yacht club stuff. This is going to be a one month swing through the SW. In December of 2015 after the Commodore Ball we will hit the road again for the winter. I want to return to Canyon Vistas RV Resort and Darlene wants to travel! I do the driving so we will see!!!

Chris
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Re: Shadow Hills RV Resort in Indio, Ca

Postby Rob & Cathy » Wed Aug 20, 2014 6:29 am

snoking wrote: Darlene wants to travel! I do the driving so we will see!!!

Chris


Hang in there Darlene! :ymapplause:

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