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Old 06-29-2019, 02:22 PM   #1
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State: California
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Resort Packages ???

Hi everyone hope your all doing well.
So before I get hit with a hundred messages saying that's not what they are called!! What I'm talking about are these memberships to resorts around the country that allow you to stay at their resorts within zones.
We were given a Thousand Trails membership and its ok so far and we only have one zone and the membership is up in December.

What I want to ask is What is your favorite Resort membership and what is it you like the most about it?

I had called a resort to check for availability that turned out to be a Coast to coast resort and they were full for the time I wanted, but had to block their number as they blew up my phone with calls wanting me to go to a 90 minute session at another place that I told them over and over i cant make it to.

I just dont know if I should renew my TT membership or not, we take a 3 day trip once a month from California foothills.

Thanks and safe travels.

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Old 06-29-2019, 02:40 PM   #2
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Resort memberships

Hi Lou

I too was given an initial resort membership to TT when I bought a 2016 Winnebago ERA back in 2015. I live in Orange County and discovered that I love going to the local mountains in Idyllwild. That was when I was working and went out about once a month on my weekends. We then tried several other locations around us and found them wonderful. Our cost to renew was around $540.00 year for our one zone. I now have two zones included and still use it. I too was roped into listening to their pitch for about 90 minutes and turned them down on their upgraded version. Since that time I have been to the Palm Spring, Menifee and Santa Barbara locations too. Now that I am retired, I plan on going to several other of the listed locations. We just returned from a 5 week southern states trip and stayed at several KOA and other [private campgrounds along our way. I still think it is worth the cost since we use it as much as possible for weekend trips with our grandson when he is off from school.

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Old 06-29-2019, 03:44 PM   #3
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I've got a TT membership, and New York State has only one participating RV park.

For better or worse: it's only about 30 miles from me.
I suppose that I should check them out; before saying anything more.
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