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My wife and I recently bought a big rig from a couple which also included a membership into Thousand Trails as part of the package deal. We are currently experiencing difficulty transferring the membership, and we wonder if it is worth the effort. We would appreciate hearing about any experiences you seasoned travelers have had concerning this resort in particular and any other rv resorts you may have had experiences. It is a big investment, and while we have read other review sites on Thousand Trails, we are not sure we trust all the information on those sites, probably from our lacking very little rv experience. We find it hard to separate legitimate from illegitimate complaints in those forums. We look forward to a long association with the Escapees RV Club and hope to meet many members. If you think you can help us, please jump in and comment. We will value any input.
J321 posted a topic in RV Sites/Lots/Memberships for SaleWe 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.