Rio Del Sol RV Haven campground is in a good location. For 4 years, we enjoyed the seclusion and being on the Colorado River, but new managers have changed our future retirement plans. The park enjoys beautiful sunrises and sunsets, but the things that really count have been compromised in the last year. Washrooms and showers are not cleaned regularly, and the grassy areas, although nice, are not mowed frequently, We liked the clubhouse, the activities and the friendly people, but many of those people have moved from the park also. Management made many promises of upkeep that were never kept. Just not the park we want to spend our winters in any more.
The park does have 50 amp service, but only in 5 or 6 of the 104 sites. The sites are a reasonable size, but the size of the trees have caused problems for some units.
The park is very dusty, and I think that the new inexperienced management is unsure how to run an RV park. The rules change frequently but guests are not advised of the changes. This has caused much dissension in the park and many long time winter guests have left in mid season.
With management change, this could be a good park again.
I would like to make a comment here on the review from Canada. This review is a pack of lies. The new managers are the most organized and sufficient. For the first time in 4 years we received a winter packet with all the rules and regulations. The grounds have never been more beautiful and Showers/Bathrooms have never been so clean.The park has 100 sites with 38 50amp sites. I would like to say that this couple that wrote this review were new to this campground of just 4 years where most of us her have been here 20 years or more. If you don’t like the rules, don’t stay in that park. All retirement parks in America have rules you must go by. This park is very quaint with a lot of monthly activities.