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  1. We're going full-time in a month and I've been looking at ways to save at campgrounds as we travel. We've joined several clubs that are no-brainers--Escapees, Good Sam, Passport America. But I'm discovering that many of the PA parks, which have the biggest discounts, have HUGE exclusions. Does anyone have experience with Resort Parks International and/or Coast to Coast? It seems these are the best deals out there if you don't want to spend thousands for a Thousand Trails membership. For about $300 or so I can join a Home Park, then stay at participating parks for $10-$15/night with RPI or C2C. BUT are the RPI and C2C $10-$15/night deals subject to huge exclusions in real-life practice? Or am I setting myself up to getting a high-pressure sales pitch at any RPI or C2C park I want to say at? It seems to good to be true, but unlike PA and TT, I can't find much talk online about RPI or C2C, positive or negative. Would love to hear from some full-timers about real-life experience with RPI and/or C2C, or other solutions I might be missing.
  2. We were Full-Timer's and loved it. Seen most of USA and Canada. Recently moved to Arizona so we’re selling our upgraded deluxe-level membership to Travel Resorts of America’s private 5-Star Sycamore Lodge in North Carolina. The Membership also provides full access to TRA’s Gettysburg Battlefield Resort in Pennsylvania and Pymatuning Adventure Resort in Ohio. The membership provides you 60 days in advance reservations, up to 14 night stays, and you can return in just 7 days to enjoy again. The TRA membership enables you to be Coast to Coast RV Resorts members from Good Sam - the largest network of RV resort campgrounds across North America. We used Coast2Coast extensively traveling across N. America. Our asking price $2,000 (OBO) + $479 (TRA's transfer fee); the membership retail price is over $7,000. The annual dues are only $395 vs. $600 or $700 with others. With camping season starting, it's time to get out there and this discounted offer will not last long. Sycamore Lodge is just minutes from one of the premier golf communities in the nation, Pinehurst Country Club, home of several US Open tournaments. Guests will enjoy some of the most beautiful courses in the country. The resort itself is one of Travel America's five star rated RV resorts and sits on 194 acres of land featuring a lake and abundant sycamore, dogwood, pine, oak and magnolia trees. The lodge is beautifully equipped and features hand-built fireplaces and an original wood burning stove in the kitchen. Guests at Sycamore Lodge will enjoy the serenity of this private, five-star campground resort featuring well-appointed, clean and comfortable accommodations, from lodge units and log cabins to personal RV and campsites. Gettysburg Battlefield Resort has 297 camping sites for RVs, tents, cabins, and amenities such as an Olympic pool, playground, fishing, etc. The resort sits in the middle of an area rich in Civil War history and affords visitors the opportunity to enjoy yesteryear as well as the present day. Literally surrounding the city, Gettysburg Battlefield Park is the site of the most costly battle of the Civil War. On the battlefield, you'll see the more than 1,300 monuments and markers in the 21-acre Gettysburg National Cemetery. Stop at the Soldier's National Monument, near where President Abraham Lincoln delivered his famous Gettysburg Address. Pymatuning Adventure Resort has 150 campsites and 47 cabins, superior walleye fishing, pontoon boats, large pool, etc. Water is the basis for much of Ohio's recreation, and plenty of it can be found on or near the Pymatuning Adventure Resort. Right next door to the resort is the largest waterslide in northeastern Ohio and Pennsylvania. Pymatuning Lake and a state beach are easily accessible and within a mile of the resort, and Lake Erie is only 25 miles to the north. Sycamore Ledge Website: http://www.campnorthcarolina.com/index.html For More Information, please use the forum message interface to contact me if you have any questions.
  3. I have an original Thousand Trails membership that allows 30 day camping with storage areas at only 25.00 per month. No fees for hooking up with power and sewer. I actually have a deed as 1/1000 ownership in the Nachez Trace property and full privileges to all of their parks with no fees for staying there. This membership was originally about 10,000 and dues are only 200.00 annually. This is the one to have. The deed will be transferred into your name and you will be the new owner. I have kept this current for over 40 years and never used the facilities. I talk to two rangers and then confirmed the free camping. You can go online and see all the member campground across the nation. Best offer on this amazing membership. Steve 256 303 4679 I do not need help selling this but will listen to trades, what do you have? Boats, Motorcycles, cars, Trucks or property. sarmstrong@allsportinc.com
  4. SOLD!!!! Selling Thousand Trails - TRANSFER FEE ONLY We are hoping to sell our Thousand Trails membership for the cost of the transfer fee only ($1000 last we were quoted). We are selling because we have bought an RV lot in Florida and will be snowbirding most years. Member #189960026 This is the information I had saved from when we bought it (as a resale) but please contact TT for accurate and up to date information. I am NOT verifying anything below as accurate. All questions about this membership should be answered by calling Thousand Trails Member Services at (800) 388-7788. ~~~~ *Book 210 days in advance *3 high use reservations on file instead of 2 *2 holiday reservations on file instead of 1 *Alliance member gets 25% off the guest rate *Unique to Alliance, whenever transferred the dues will be 50% off increase CPI after the age of 65. System Wide 1000 / Thousand Trails Alliance membership not a lifetime membership which can be used in ANY Thousand Trails or NACO park. With this membership you can go from one park to another in the system without any waiting period. 50 nights of camping per year for your annual fee. Any days above the 50 days is $5.00 per night. INCLUDES THE ADVANCED RESERVATION POLICY allowing you an additional 30 days above other members who do not have an ALLIANCE MEMBERSHIP and TWO HOLIDAY ADVANCED NOTIFICATIONS which will allow you to make reservations to stay at Preserves during two holiday periods. Please PM or email (froggi.donna@gmail.com) if interested AFTER talking to TT membership folks. I can't answer any questions other that what is stated about. Again, selling for transfer fee only.
  5. SOLD! Thanks for all the inquiries! I have a Camp Hatteras membership for sale. Beautiful park setting, spans from ocean to sound on the Outer Banks, NC see website for more specifics on park. http://camphatteras.com/ Can reserve 14 nights in a row, then out for 5 nights. Yearly maintenance fee to owner. Great opportunity to get a membership! (serious inquiries only, no sales persons)
  6. Thousand-Trails National/Ultimate Membership, includes NACO parks. Originally purchased in 1985. Upgraded to include NACO in 1988. Stay at any Thousand-Trails park for 14 days in then 7 days out. NO LIMIT on the number of free nights without additional fees. Make reservations 90 days in advance. Transfer fee is $750 to be paid by the buyer. Annual dues are paid through December 2015. Annual dues for new owner would be $549. Selling price is $1000. Must sell. Health issues keep me from using it any more. Please use the forum message interface to contact me if you have any questions.
  7. I am looking to get a Thousand Trails Elite or Platinum Membership. There is no way that I could afford the retail price but want something to be able to have more flexibility for vacations for the family. Have had a zone pass for several years but find it very restrictive. If you have one that you are looking part with please let me know. email is dbradley123@sbcglobal.net or post here.
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