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Old 01-19-2013, 07:49 AM   #11
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Thanks for all the input.
Guess I'll hold off for now.
It sounds like PA -could- be a good buy especially if you're going to
less popular destinations or even some popular ones if you go off season.

After DW retires in a year or so we hope to do some serious traveling
just before and just after "traditional summer". I think some of those
sites in S. Fla would accept PA if we went in May or September.

I'm all for off season RVing to places that traditionally have good weather
during parts of their off season! Less crowded is fine with me!

Happy Camping!

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Old 01-19-2013, 08:01 AM   #12
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The answers are right on........ It depends on your needs or uses.... If you use a campground the accepts it is a great value if you don't its not..

Our local campground only accepts it during the week we rarely camp during the week locally . Other campgrounds that we go to don't accept it so we don't have it....

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Old 01-19-2013, 08:13 AM   #13
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We have used PA campgrounds many times on our road trips and are very satisfied with them. We also take a look at the reviews in RV Park Reviews :: Campground Search when planning out a road trip, and this has avoided some disappointments.
We use the PA CG's for overnight stops only and the membership more than paid for itself after just a few stops.
Our final destination CG's are usually National & State/Provincial Parks, Corps of Engineers parks &etc., and the PA savings are put to good use in these!
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Old 01-19-2013, 08:39 AM   #14
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We purchase Passport America membership when we bought our 2008 Forest River 374 motorhome.....and have thoroughly enjoyed the advantages afforded through this membership. Our first trip west from Florida we recouped our membership cost within the first two stops! Since then we have NEVER been disappointed with a Passport America campground!

We camped over three months in 2012!

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