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Old 06-01-2015, 06:38 PM   #1
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Is there a Great RV Park Membership that is hassle free

Are any really worth it? Are there any really good ones where after the inital membership, you can actually stay free in any of their resorts? And if there are any, which ones would have the most really nice parks useable in their membership.

I really like the 9 or so locations that are a part of Colorado River Resorts, but I just read a lot of negative warnings and complaints about them. Wonder if all the ones don't have an equal number of complaints and/or buyer beware notices posted on the net.

I have just read that many people are trying to just give their memberships away to get out of their contracts and monthly/yearly dues, and the transfer fees are so high that it is even hard to give them away.

Anyone on here belong to a really nice enjoyable one, with little hassle, and very low ongoing yearly fees.

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"there are no free lunch's" anywhere !
You get what you pay for so read the fine print

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There are so many different membership programs that it's difficult to say what MIGHT suit your needs. We have a membership in Resorts of Distinction which is US wide, and yes the up front cost is high but we'll be full timers soon and then the cost will swing in our favor. We also have a Coast to Coast membership that we picked up on a transfer from the previous owners for free so only the yearly maint. costs. Look on line at one of the membership resale sites and see what might suit your needs there.
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Is there a Great RV Park Membership that is hassle free

I suspect that if you pay a lot there will be less hassle. But there will always be some hassle. Read the fine print carefully and also check the reviews. If you don't use the club a ton, it is more $ than it is worth. The 2weeks in/out thing may be a hinderance, but you can get around it by just paying more.
Some folks plan their routes to take in club campgrounds. Others prefer to wander than be tethered.
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We got sucked in to Coast to coast - What a waste - lied to about transfers and campgrounds being 5 star - I can't even give it away !!!
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