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VidlerRVTravels
04-21-2014, 06:28 PM
Do you know there is another camping program out there? We just found out this one this past winter. It's called Ready Camp Go. http://readycampgo.com/

For as little as $99/year you can receive 30 nights camping at $20/night + resort fee at ANY Encore Resort in the United States. There are no 'black out dates'.

We purchased the Gold membership which gives us 60 nights of camping at $20/night, 2 months advance reservation dates and 14 day limit at a resort before you have to 'leave the resort for 7 nights' but can come back. OR, you can go from one Encore Resort to another with no 'out time')

So... by adding the cost of the membership (in our case $199/year), we can camp at Sunshine Key in the Florida Keys for $26/night ANY TIME ($20 per night + $3 resort fee + 1/60th of our membership). Now THAT is a deal. We have already used it in Arizona (Mesa) at some lovely resorts (one was Viewpoint and the regular nightly cost is almost $50/night).

If you enjoy going to Encore Resorts, look into it. You may save some $$ on your next camping outings.

olcoon
04-21-2014, 09:00 PM
Have you checked out Passport Americ (http://www.passportamerica.com)a? They are 50% off and have member campgrounds throughout the US & Canada. You can usually pay for the membership with the money you saved camping 2 days. Some of the campgrounds have "requirements" for using the PA discount, but usually they are weekends, holidays & prime time seasons. But we've camped at some that have waived the "requirements", I assume because they weren't full & wanted campers.

VidlerRVTravels
04-21-2014, 09:55 PM
We are the BIGGEST supporters of the Passport America program. Oh yes, we have this program as well. Love it and our first choice to to find a PA park and if nothing is in the area, we resort to the other programs.




Have you checked out Passport Americ (http://www.passportamerica.com)a? They are 50% off and have member campgrounds throughout the US & Canada. You can usually pay for the membership with the money you saved camping 2 days. Some of the campgrounds have "requirements" for using the PA discount, but usually they are weekends, holidays & prime time seasons. But we've camped at some that have waived the "requirements", I assume because they weren't full & wanted campers.