Solardocking at Casino Lethbridge

After crossing the border into Canada, we decided to spend a couple days at Casino Lethbridge in Lethbridge, AB 🇨🇦

Cost: FREE

Stay length: 2 nights

This would be a great location to use as a home base, lots to see in the area.

Note: Dump Station with potable water located at the Chinook County Tourist Association

Chinook Country Tourist Association 2805 Scenic Dr S, Lethbridge, AB T1K 5B7 (403) 320-1222

Oasis Palm RV Resort – Thermal California (Passport America)

Oasis Palm RV Resort in Thermal California.

Nights stayed: 7

Rates: $20/night with PPA discount

Amenities: FSU, free wifi, pool, hot tub, laundry ($1.50 wash & $ 1.00 dry), catch and release fish pond

When we arrived we only planned on staying a couple days, but we liked it so much we extended our stay.

🍷🍷 happy hour is located directly behind our site…..Bonus!

Gotta love California sunsets!Some of the crew we met at happy hour.

We had such a great time listening to Timothy and Kathy Dick of Auld Lang Syne

Overall this is a great place to stay, and we will return!

Cocopah Casino

We decided that Yuma,AZ would be our next stop as there is so much to see and do in the area. We decided instead of staying out in the desert that we would blacktop camp at Cocopah Casino just south of Yuma. The casino will allow you to stay in their RV parking lot for $6.00/night or $35.00/ week. This is just blacktop camping with no hookups. They do have level sites, security that drives around, and daily garbage pick up.

A view from the RV parking lot looking at the casino.

The RV sites are wide enough to have your slides out and be able to park beside your rig.

Unfortunately we didn’t get to cross as much off our list as we had planned, we did however spent quite a bit of time at the Foothills Animal Hospital in Yuma. Our little Miss Bella ended up with stuvite bladder stones that required emergency surgery.

The surgery went great, Miss Bella is doing fantastic and has healed quite nicely.

We did manage to take in some Yuma history which I will post in another blog.

We are hoping to make it back to Yuma later this winter to cross more off our list.