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Old 05-31-2014, 09:56 AM   #15
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To say one is better than the other, or provide more service than the other would be a disservice to the ones being excluded. They all have their benefits and the all have their exclusions. Some parts of the country you will have restrictions whereas other parts of the country will not. GS, FMCA, AAA, KOA all provide 10% discounts with KOA adding up points that you can use later on for a free night or partial pay at their CG's. PA is a 50% discount club and at $44 a year it doesn't take but a few nights to get a full return on your investment. Escapees is a little more costly but their CG's charge less than 50% in many cases and some of their Rainbow parks are less than that. One Escapee park we stayed at was $115 for a week and each lot was 55 feet wide by 80 feet long.

You can visit the PA and SKP web sites and see if you can benefit from their locations. The 10% discounted ones are basically all over the US.

If you decide on PA, use my number as reference, 477540, and I get a little discount the next time I have to renew.
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Wayne - when were you active duty. I was from 1974 - 1981 USMC
From Jul '60 through Jan '84. (SIGINT)

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