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Old 11-30-2012, 08:18 PM   #1
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Campground Membership?


Last year, we purchased a new 2011 Allegro 32CA! Now that winter is finally approaching, we are considering joining a campground membership program. Many years ago, we belonged to Coast to Coast where we stayed many times in our fifth wheel trailer.

Is this still a good choice or are there better ones out there?



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Old 11-30-2012, 11:29 PM   #2
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Check out Passport America - can pay for itself in a couple weekend trips.

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Old 11-30-2012, 11:38 PM   #3
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I think coast to coast is a good membership, but i thought you had to have a home park in order to get that one? I noticed most passport america prices are any where from $20-$25 a night, vs coast to coast at $10 a night plus any small extra fees a park may have. With coast to coast on a basic membership you can only stay 7 nights and during peek season only stay 2 times. So coast to coast would be good if you travel around alot.
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Coast to Coast is still a good choice as long as you buy a resale membership, do NOT buy a new one. There's a park in Branson, MO, Treasure Lake that is a membership park, they have a list on their website of memberships for sale really cheap. You can get one for about $500 including transfer fees, their yearly dues are cheap $180. I believe you still have to pay yearly C2C dues but that's cheap too. We only travel 6 months of the year so it's not worth it to us YET! We have Passport America and use it a lot.
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Is there a list of parks that accept C2C , are they resort type parks ?
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Old 12-02-2012, 08:16 PM   #6
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Thanks to all that replied to this post! I plan on giving Passport America a call tomorrow since they were closed today. I also noticed a discount from FMCA for them!
I noticed that they have a number of campground sites in states close to us. This will work out well since we are not "fulltiming" yet.

You are correct when you say that you need to have a "base campground" with Coast to Coast. When we had our membership, it was over next to Blue Mesa Reservoir, which really was not very convenient for us.

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