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Old 09-11-2011, 05:04 PM   #15
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Passport. We have had it for several years and has saved us hundreds of dollars. There are many good parks, but there are some that are not very good. Do you homework. We always look at Passport America parks first.

Good Sams. Only 10% as has been mentioned, but better than nothing. Most of those parks are fine, but every now and then you run into one that is not.

Escapee's. 15% and 50% discounts. We use these when we can.

KOA. Do you use them. For us, they are not worth the money.

TT and other memberships. We don't have them as they are to restrictive for us.

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Old 09-11-2011, 09:52 PM   #16
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We just did an overnight stay in Lodi CA the other night. I felt it was overpriced for the area (out in the middle of nowhere). I paid the price because I needed to hook up. Just got my Freedom Resorts camp directory in the mail today. DW looked at it and asked "did we get our 25% discount at Flag City RV Resort?"
Uh, no... I didn't know they were on there

Morale of the story, if you make any last minute plans make sure you check all your membership directories before you pay full pop.

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Old 09-12-2011, 09:00 AM   #17
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And, you can check your membership directory by asking the question, either on the phone when making a reservation, or in person, "Do you offer any discounts?"
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The good thing about the various ones mentioned is that they don't cost that much to try. Sign up for a year-sometimes you can get an introductory discount-and if you don't like it, no obligation to continue. We stay at KOA if they are the only CG in an area. They are often more expensive but our real objection is they are more family oriented with lots of kids and activity around. We often have been unable to use a KOA pool because it was crowded and noisy. Not criticizing, just our preference.
We use Passport America for way-stops, but we have stayed in some real dumps and there is no way to judge ahead of time unless there are some postings on the web. But we found more good than bad places with PA.
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Life Members of Good Sam's, Passport America, & Camp Club USA. We are fulltimers and use all 3. Also have Good Sam ERS and have used it a couple of time, really helped out in a pinch.

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