Let’s talk about membership campground systems. My best advice – just remember – “If you don’t use it you loose! But, if you use the membership you win”. Very simple.
The first thing we should do is understand the basic differences between a discount camping club and a membership club. A discount camping club consists of a large number of campgrounds owned by different people and companies, who agree to give RVing members a discount, usually 50% off of their regular rates. Membership in a discount camping club is much less expensive than it is for a membership club, no home park is required, and there is usually no long term membership obligation. You just pay your annual dues and use the participating campgrounds.
A membership campground system on the other hand, is usually a more expensive proposition, and (according to the folks who sell the memberships) comes with benefits and privileges not available to the general public.
If you have ever attended a membership campground sales pitch, you probably know that the people hustling these memberships have hard sell down to a science. I’ve known more than one RVer who has walked out of the room after being pushed too far one time too many. So, be on the alert and do not buy under pressure.
HOME PARK MEMBERS
1) Total cost to become home park member is $1,495 this year. This will include
first year dues. Dues are $240 annually . When you become home park member you will be able to stay in our park for only $14 per night this includes any regular sites. River front sites will be discounted to $28 per night. Members can stay up to 2 weeks for $14 per night Full hook up regular site with cable and free internet. Dues must be paid by January 15th (Amount$240)
2) When you become Home park member you will be eligible to join R.P.I. (Resort Parks International) they charge $99 annual fee, with this membership you can stay at 151 resorts for only $14 per night
When you join a membership campground system, you are assigned a home park, and then you can stay at any other campgrounds in the system for a given period of time. Depending on your particular membership, that may be one to three weeks, and again, depending on your membership, you may be able to go directly to any other campgrounds in the system, or you may have to be out of the system, that is, not camping there, for one or two weeks.
WHEN YOU BECOMR HOMEPARK MEMBER YOU WILL BE ELIGEBLE TO BECOME RPI MEMBER & STAY FOR $14 PER NIGHT
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700 W. Klamath Beach Rd., PO Box 656, Klamath, CA 95548, US
This is one time fee to become a home park member. This fee incudes first year annual dues , and first year RPI membership.
To keep your membership active your annual dues needs to be payed every year in the amount of $240.00 RPI will bill you separately .
2019 annual Membership dues