We atteneded a sales pitch at the Hershey preserve a few years ago. They made good on all the freebies that were promised, and the salesman really was not that hi preasure. They tried to justify the price of the membership (somewhere close to $10K) by showing us how much we would save by using TT vs commercial campgrounds. Me being an accountant showed them the numbers in real world cicumstances, and they realized quickly we were smart enough to know it didn't fit our travel style or budget. I will say the campground was very nice and the staff and other members were very friendly and welcoming. Like said before, look at the timeshare resellers first. You can ussually get a membership for a third or less than it would cost directly from the campground. We purchased an Outdoor World membership off Ebay for a fraction of the cost of a new one, and we are paying the same annual dues as the original owner when purchased in 1983. Since we purchased it from an estate, we were not charged any transfer fees either. We got the membership for about 20% the cost of a new one, and our annual dues are about half of what they would be, and will never go up. We also have all the benefits of the original owners.
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