RV Clubs

RV Clubs Are there RV clubs? How many should you join? Which ones? What about the Good Sam Club? How about FMCA? What is Escapees? Passport America? Others? Other RV Clubs  Not a complete list by any means but a good start. http://www.camphalfprice.com/ Happy Campers http://www.wbcci.org/ Airstream owners http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BabyBoomerRV_club/ Baby Boomers http://www.bornfreervclub.org/ For Born Free […]

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RV Clubs

Are there RV clubs? How many should you join? Which ones? What about the Good Sam Club? How about FMCA? What is Escapees? Passport America? Others?

Other RV Clubs 

Not a complete list by any means but a good start.

http://www.camphalfprice.com/ Happy Campers

http://www.wbcci.org/ Airstream owners

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BabyBoomerRV_club/ Baby Boomers

http://www.bornfreervclub.org/ For Born Free coach owners

http://www.campersforchrist.com/ Campers for Christ Ministries

http://www.explorer-rvclub.com/ Canada’s largest RV Club

http://www.handicappedtravelclub.com/ For those with disabilities and families.

http://www.pacifictrailerclub.net/ Most members are from Southern California

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/RVingFlyFishers/ For……really?

http://www.rvingwomen.org/ RV Club for Women interested in Rving

http://www.smartrving.net/ For Retired Military

http://www.thunderboltscamping.info/ Focus is on Family Camping

And many, many more. Most brands of campers and RV’s will have some type of club associated with their name. There are also lots of special interest chapters. Try searching for your favorite interest and add RV Club to the end and see what comes up. You can also search for “your brand” RV Club and you will probably find one.

All of these are good clubs that have stuff to offer. But before you go out and join all of them, please consider that you can spend money on too many RV Clubs and effectively use up all your savings or discounts. Try to find the ones that offer the best discounts for your style of RVing.

Also, don’t forget to consider fun and entertainment when you look at the clubs. Do the club’s rallies really offer things you like to do? Do they attract people that have your interests? You might do better joining a chapter within a club that has like minded folks you can truly enjoy being with.

You might as well get something more than information for your membership fee. After all, we live in a world of Google, Bing and DuckDuckgo. Information is everywhere.

What does the club offer that contributes to the fun side of your RV Connection? If you can only afford one, why not choose the one that best fits you. Most RVrs are members of a couple of clubs. If you can find a club that fits your RV lifestyle, offers the right kind of discounts for your particular travel needs, and would also be fun to be a part of, you will have truly found the right one.  Your RV Connection should include RV Clubs.   Look them all over. Yours is out there.

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