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Old 07-07-2012, 04:03 AM   #43
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Resort parks international. You join a RV park ( home park), or a camping organization that is associated with RPI, ROD, CC, or AOR. Then you can also join one of their associated RV systems. Depending on how you like to RV depends on who you join. The upper scale (more expensive) RV Resort system, generally nicer parks is Thousand Trails. A cheaper route with those associates would be Southern Trails. RPI generally costs you $10-$12. A night. ROD (Resorts of Distinction) is no charge after your yearly fee!

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Old 07-07-2012, 09:02 AM   #44
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RPI Resort Parks International much like Coast to coast and has over lap. we purchased a package from "membership resales" neaR ORLANDO, fl. They have many different packages. Our package included 1 week at home port free (59 $ annual dues, walk a way clause included if we wish to drop out). And that gave us RPI & Coast to Coast (each with a fee of 69$ annual dues each). so, for approx 200 bucks we get the RPI & C-C with lots of campgrounds at 10 to 12 bucks a nite. We also bought a Thousand trails Pass at a RV Show for 499 a year. that gives us 60 nights FREE for a year, and renews annually for up to 5 years, again we have a walk a way or option out clause if we wish to drop. Nitey camping ends up being about 8 bucks per nite. but, we're finding it hard to use cause it allows for 14 nites in and then 7 nites out. we willl NOT renew it when it comes time. We trried Passport america but it has to many exclusions. no Holidays, no this or that. hope this helps you ed

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Old 07-08-2012, 05:06 AM   #46
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Thousand trails. I've been a member for 6 years. I bought a full membership which gave me 2 weeks in, then one week out. Sometimes you can buy the one week out, or go to one of you other system parks, then back to TT. A few years ago I did a TT upgrade to Platinum. Now it's 3 week in, no weeks out, nationally. The whole thing was expensive. Generally I book everything thru TT, then ROD. But, you can but those TT memberships used a lot cheaper. TT own their parks. RPI, CC rent spots from their member parks.

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