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Gerry9
post Feb 13 2013, 05:50 PM
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Does anyone have experience with Thousand Trails....wat do ya think about their prgram?
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post Mar 6 2013, 06:40 PM
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For about $500 we bought a regional 1 year membership last summer. We just started full-timing and they had a park conveniently located near our daughter. Stayed there for the better part of the Christmas holidays. Good experience. Went out of the area for awhile and tried to return without reservations. We were told winter in So Cal was there big season and nothing was available. Spent 2 weeks instead at a top of the line resort nearby that had plenty of space available. Of all the Thousand Trails we've visited, we would only have stayed at the one near our daughter. They all seem to be older parks that require a membership approach to stay afloat. I'd suggest you check this website's posted review of the parks you might use. For myself, when in So Cal in the late spring, I'll give them one more try. But their proximity to both a dairy and a chicken farm may result in our not renewing the membership.
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post Oct 17 2013, 03:21 PM
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We picked up a membership for the Northeast Zone as part of our seasonal site. Not all of their parks are up to snuff, some are indeed older, but like any company, you have to do your homework. You can get a zone pass at the RV show for about $250. That gives you 30 nights of 'free' camping, and then $3 a night after that. If you find CGs you like in a zone (Southeast looks nice) then it could be worth your while as a weekender, and defenitely as a full timer. I would check the reviews on the sties in the zone you want. If you want National, it'll cost you, because of the zones.
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