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Old 10-03-2013, 09:36 PM   #1
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Recommendations for clubs

Any recommendations on which club has the best benefits for the money? Good SAMs, Route 66, etc. My wife and I recently purchased a Class C MH and plan on taking at least one extended trip a year until she retires then more often. Any info will help
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Check out Passport America. Usually pays back it's annual fee in a couple nights stay.
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I've already got my money's worth out of Passport America and Good Sam. Just make sure that you check the restrictions at each campground that allows Passport America.
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We use Passport America, Good Sam and now we have added the Escapee's. We have not stayed at any of the Escapees parks but we have looked at a couple. We have used Passport America a lot and it has definitely paid for itself. We use Good Sam when they don't take PA!
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Any recommendations on which club has the best benefits for the money? Good SAMs, Route 66, etc. My wife and I recently purchased a Class C MH and plan on taking at least one extended trip a year until she retires then more often. Any info will help
We are new to rv world as well with a Class C.

We purchased Passport America and Good Sam's.

Passport America has paid for itself. We have been on road for just over 90 days. The Passport America paid for itself within the first 2 weeks.

We received our membership # instantly and then received membership card in mail along with a catalog of all the campgrounds who participate. They have free trip planning which helps out to determine miles between areas you may want to travel. This is very helpful setting your travel days. Also has a gas finder for the location you stay at and lists the cheapest gas prices.

Good Sam's also gives I believe a 10% discount at Camping World. This saved us over $450.00 when we purchased our tow bar and breaking system.

During peak seasons different for each destination some campgrounds will limit the usage of discounts. For example, we stayed in Bar Harbor, Maine during peak season. We still saved $100.

Our next destination with full hookups will only cost us $16.25 a night.
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