Yuma Mobile Home Communities
Looking for an all-age or 55+ mobile home park in Yuma, Arizona? Our manufactured home communities are a perfect choice for individuals, couples, and families of all ages. There are a lot of benefits to living in this small desert city outside of its abundant sunshine, including a low cost of living. With less expensive gas and bus fare then average, getting around town and enjoying the local scene is easy. In Yuma, there is something for everyone regardless of age or family size.
Yuma, the sunniest city on earth, is home to state parks, gardens, museums, cultural market places, old mining ghost towns and more.
Mobile Home Park Living for Individuals & Couples in Yuma
Filled with a wide variety of restaurants, taverns and lounges, there’s no shortage of options for a night out with friends. You can also check out the local custom winery, Yuma’s Main Squeeze.
On the weekends, you can try one of the several wildlife refuges or state parks in the area to hike and enjoy the natural wildlife. Yuma is unique in its landscape sitting on the Colorado River, encompassing desert terrain and wetlands. Imperial National Wildlife Refuge is a great location for bird watching, hiking, boating and fishing.
Mobile Home Park Living for Families in Yuma
If you’re considering a manufactured home in Yuma for you and your family, good schools and kid friendly activities may be the most important features of this city for you. With over 100 schools in the area, finding good schools for your children is easy. From public schools to private schools and charter schools, there are several highly rated choices for you to pick from.
There are several parks and playgrounds throughout Yuma for your kids to enjoy, as well as a bowling alley and mini golf park. Some more unique activities for your family include: Martha’s Gardens Medjool Date Farm & Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area. Martha’s Gardens Medjool Date Farm is a lush oasis of 8,000 date palms offering tours and delicious date shakes. Just 20 miles west of Yuma, is the Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area. This sea of dunes that stretches for 40 miles makes for a great camping spot and scenic hiking.
Mobile Home Park Living for Retirees in Yuma
On top of the state parks, gardens, restaurants, lounges, bowling alley and mini golf, Yuma also has unique activities for retirees. Yuma Territorial Prison National Park and Castle Dome Mines Museum & Ghost Town are two of Yuma’s biggest attractions. Both locations allow you to step back in time to the old wild west days of the 1800s. You can tour the Territorial Prison that operated from 1876 to 1910, and learn more about the history of the prison as well as the cultural history of the area.
Castle Dome Mines Museum & Ghost Town offers a wide variety of activities including an adventurous river cruise, camel farm, peanut patch, quartz site and an old gold mining town.