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Old 03-08-2011, 07:54 PM   #1
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Camping discount clubs

Just received info on Campclub USA for half price campsites and also have been contacted by RV park superguide, just wondering if anybody has had experience of either one of these and maybe any other ones that might be considered and if they are worth the trouble, any input would be appreciated.

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Old 03-09-2011, 05:43 AM   #2
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Campclub USA is similar to Passport America. We have Passport America, and we find it to be worthwhile. I think it costs $40 or $45 a year, and you can easily pay that back with one stay. We use Passport America primarily for 1 and 2 night stops.

Like PA, I'm pretty sure each Campclub USA campground can establish its own restrictions on dates, length of stay, number of discount sites available, etc. Just be sure to read the restrictions before making reservations. Also be aware that the quality of member campgrounds can vary. We've been in some PA campgrounds that were very nice and some that were so-so.

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We also went with PA. Once a couple of years back I took some time to compare the two and the park listings are very close. So it is not worth having both because of the overlap. PA has more parks that accept it.

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We used Campclub on our four month trip around the country two years ago and found it worth the money. As stated, your payback comes quickly. We would look in the book for camping near our destination and if it worked for us, we would stay. We ended up in some real nice places. The book describes the rules for each camping experience with regards to the discounts and amenities. Our most recent book has to be three or more times the size of the book from two years ago. They have added a lot of places.

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We had Passport and added Camp Club one year, then dropped it at the end of the year. It seemed to us that they did not have as many parks signed up as Passport. We continue to have Passport and save far more than the cost of the membership each year.
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