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Old 01-18-2010, 12:41 PM   #1
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North American Camping Club benefits

We currently have a home base resort membership with Coast to Coast and RPI membership.

We are considering membership in a Western Horizon Resort park with Resorts of Distinction (ROD, Adventure Outdoor Resorts (AOR), and North American Camping Club (NACC), etc. included, or upgrading our current home park.

Our testing indicates that there are not many addition facilities (approx. 26) available thru ROD/AOR as compared to C2C & RPI, though C2C & RPI together have many more than the ROD/AOR cmbination. However, there appears to be approximately 100 more thru NACC which are not in ROD/AOR/C2C/RPI. Further testing indicates that most NACC parks will accommodate rigs 40 feet or more. Oddly enough in all my travels and questioning no one has ever mentioned using NACC.

Is there more than one level of NACC membership, i.e., an upgrade through a home park as compared to the cost of just joining for the $199 a year dues which is available to the general public? And would the cost and length of stay be different if an upgraded package was available? Or is this just another 50% off deal like Passport America.

Haven’t been able to contact NACC yet so would appreciate any input from anyone familiar with the program.

(Side Note: If we were west coast snowbirds or spent a lot of time in the south west this would be a non-issue, but we are free floating cross country full timers - thus the interest in a wider range of lower cost parks.)

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Old 01-18-2010, 08:22 PM   #2
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We have been NACC members for several years through our ROD plus membership. We have yet to use it due to the fact that most of the campgrounds seem to be well off the beaten path. We traveled from Oregon to Florida and back this year and never found one NACC park that was convenient to stay in. If you look at their map it looks like they have more campgrounds than they really do. In the states we spend most of our time there are hardly any. OR 1, WA 2, CA 5, NV 2 and AZ 3. Since we did not pay any extra for the membership I can't complain, but when we need parks other than membership parks we use Passport America.

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Old 01-19-2010, 07:22 AM   #3
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We are also members of C2C and Passport America and have found that we can stay at C2C parks petty much. Western Horizons Park are part of the C2C group and have stayed at some of them.
We are also like you, traveling about this great country of ours. Left NJ in Sept. and will be back there sometime in the summer pick up a couple of grand kids for about 8 weeks, than see some DRs and back out on the road. Right now sitting in Quartzsite, AZ.
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