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Old 04-23-2016, 05:10 PM   #1
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Hi,
Question on clubs.
Awhile back I joined Rv escapes. Bad move. The burn hurts.
Now looking into Passport America.
Any input on this organization?
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Old 04-23-2016, 05:32 PM   #2
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As far as I have gathered PA is good for midweek travelers. There are often weekend (and holiday restrictions) and if staying for a week, the week discount is often cheaper.
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Definitely noted
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We've used PA and have had good luck. (Weekdays)
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Hi,
Question on clubs.
Awhile back I joined Rv escapes. Bad move. The burn hurts.
Now looking into Passport America.
Any input on this organization?
have used PPA for three years and just up-graded to lifetime membership, which I discovered is "one-time-transferable", ... each cg makes their own rules of how they will participate and some do suspend or restrict during the summer months, but we've saved a lot of money using it,.... at one cg we stayed for over two weeks on the PPA discount,...... when we're just traveling without a specific destination, we usually end up going from one PPA cg to another,... their website is very user friendly(link below), even without being a member, you can go there-- click on "campgrounds"--- click on any state and you'll see all the PPA campgrounds in that state and where they are---- then click on any "balloon" and you'll see all the details about that cg,--- if you want to see something impressive just click on Fl or Tx,, .. I'm sure some other states are as equally covered, but I've seen those two,..... take a look, it won't cost you a penny,....

https://passportamerica.com/
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