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Welcome New Park: Shady Acres Manufacuted Home & RV Community, Yuma, Arizona


Shady Acres is a pleasant 55-plus community of manufactured homes and RVs in the historic city of Yuma, Arizona. The back-in RV spaces provide full 30- and 50-amp hookups and paved patios, and can be rented on a daily, weekly, or monthly term. Shady Acres is an ideal choice for all lifestyles – the homeowner, seasonal owners, or those who love to travel.


The management team offers a friendly, caring service to all residents. This lively community keeps busy with crafts, bingo, potlucks, pancake breakfasts, dinner gatherings and jam sessions, exercise programs and activities. Whatever your interests, Shady Acres connects you with people who care.


Park Events: Pool Aerobics, bingo, jam sessions, poker, crafts, pool games, coffee & donuts, full moon picnics, steak frys, hamburger feeds, pancake feeds, dessert parties, potlucks, dances, entertainers, and bible study.


The Ocean-to-Ocean Bridge is a through truss bridge spanning the Colorado River in Yuma, Arizona. Built in 1915, it was the first highway crossing of the lower Colorado and is the earliest example of a through truss bridge in Arizona.


Visit Main Street in downtown Yuma and find a variety of things to do such as shopping, dining, and entertainment. For some outdoor enjoyment, Carver Park is just a four-minute walk away and offers a heated swimming pool, tennis and racquetball courts, and covered seating areas.

Yuma is situated in the southwest corner of Arizona on the Colorado River, historic Yuma got its start as a river crossing and a U.S. Army fort. Today the city is the location of the Marine Corps Air Station Yuma and the Yuma Proving Grounds, an installation that tests new Army equipment. Agribusiness and the trucking industry are also major employers. Many natural desert areas are within a few hours’ drive in both Arizona and California. The border with Mexico is nearby, with the Sea of Cortez about 60 miles to the south. According to the Census Bureau, more than 85,000 retirees make Yuma their winter residence.





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