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    • We are not a good fit for the RV park membership groups, but I believe that Scott is giving you good advice. For those who enjoy that type of park, it can be a major money saver. We have known many happy members of TT or similar groups. The key is the amount that you would use it. For us, that would never be enough to justify the cost but it comes down to your preferred type of RV park. We are more the COE & state park type of travelers.We rarely stop in any one place for more than a few days unless it is a place we want to volunteer for our site. If you are new to the RV lifestyle, I suggest you try both ways as well as any other style of RVing that looks interesting before you commit to any one way.  Remember that the only limit to the ways you can live in your RV is your own imagination. Take the time to figure out what fits you best before you invest too much money into one style. 
    • Hey Rick and Susan, How close to Wickenburg?   We (and The Brett's, Haagsma's, and Johnston's, Penner's and a couple of HDT Lot Owners are in Escapees North Ranch, Congress.    (12 miles from W)
    • I'll second the recommendation to try the Zone Pass for a year.   And often they will have a 2 for 1 'special' going where you can get two zones for the same price.  If you are going to be on the west coast, it is a smart thing to do.   Agree with Scott, the parks go from marginal to really great.   They are all older and some are slowly improving.  We almost always spend two weeks at Russian River park in Cloverdale, CA - it has to be one of the marginal ones, very small sites, 30 amps only, only 1/2 or sites can get satellite, BUT, it is in Sonoma Valley and we use it for staging our forays into the wineries.       
    • Good point, but not all motorhomes are diesel powered. I assume that the inspection they get is the same in smog counties? I really don't know but it might be worth checking? I guess that I never really gave it much thought as I didn't own a diesel when we were fulltime. I do now but plates come due while we are typically at home base. 
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