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|Re: Camping Clubs??||Teddy||7-2-04|
|I just bought a small popup for myself and the dealer told me about a few of the "choice" camping clubs out there. I think he mentioned stuff like RPI, KOA campgrounds, Passport America, Coast to Coast, etc.. I checked out most of them and from what I read in about 5 minutes, it seems as if Passport America's 50% OFF for one year at $44 is the best deal out there.. Can anyone confirm or deny this????|
I would really appreciate any feedback or help in choosing a club.
|Re: Camping Clubs??||campnsave||7-13-04|
|Yeah Teddy, we have the best yearly rates on the market, access to the most sites, and the largest member base. You can check out our site and see for yourself.|
|Re: Camping Clubs??||ttbookjunkie||8-11-04|
|Passport America is a good deal if you are a parttime camper. They truly do hold to the 50% discount, but do read the notes because in some areas you will not get the discount durning high season or you have to camp with them 1wk to get the discount. The directory is very detailed and will let you know which campgrounds have special rules.|
Coast to coast is something different then Passport America. With Coast to coast you have to have a home park which can range anywhere from $500 dollars to thousands. Make sure you know what your homepark dues are as well as the rules (such as can you use any of the coast to coast parks around that homepark).
I recommend going with PA (passport America) if you just parttime, but if you plan on doing camping for more then 50 nights a year you might want to consider one of the clubs, Thousand trails, western horizens for example.