Coast Deluxe has been around for years, so it's nothing new.
My first suggestion for Sal would be to go to the C2C website, www.coastresorts.com
, and look at the locations of all their parks. Are they in areas where you travel? Keep in mind that, for the most part, these are "destination" parks, which means they're off the beaten path, not right next to the freeway for an easy in and out while you're traveling.
OK, so you've looked at the location of all the parks, and they're in areas where you will travel. The first thing you have to do is to find a home park to buy into. This is where doing some research will pay off, because you can pay from several hundred dollars to several thousand dollars to buy into a home park. And, of course, there is always the resale market where you can pick up a home park for little money...sometimes just the transfer fee.
Normally, there will also be an annual maintenance fee at your home park that can run from around $99 per year up to several hundred dollars per year. And pay close attention to how to get out of the contract if, at sometime in the future, you find the membership either isn't working for you, or you stop traveling.
Once you buy into a home park, you *then* join C2C (most of the time, the first year's membership fee for C2C is included in the cost you pay to buy into the home park). Joining C2C gives you access to the other parks in the system. There are two levels of membership: the basic and the deluxe. The deluxe allows you to stay longer at the parks and waives the 125-mile rule...plus there are some other perks that may or may not be important to you. Here again, research is the key. (You can't get a deluxe membership in C2C unless your home park is a deluxe park.)
Oh, and by the way, the nightly cost to stay at a C2C park has now gone up to $10.