Coast to Coast RV Resorts

Coast to Coast RV resorts offer a number of benefits to both full-time RVers and those who just want to get away for a weekend. This network of member RV resorts, located in a wide variety of locations around the country, provide a standard of security, comfort and amenities that is legendary.

RVers can explore the beauty and wilderness of America while enjoying comforts close to home. Mind you, RV resorts won't be found in major cities and the urban jungle is nothing compared to the mountain, forest, and desert regions of the United States.

Membership Benefits

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Some Coast to Coast resorts and Good Neighbor Parks some are open to the public and some are for members only. Membership benefits can include:

  • Special rates at hundreds of private resorts throughout the North America

  • Rental accommodations at select resorts

  • Annual Resort Directory

  • Access to online reservations

  • Online Trip Routing

  • Access to travel services such as airfare and car rental

  • Large discounts at participating hotels, restaurants, and stores

  • Members only magazine with the most updated information and hottest new travel destinations.

  • Additional money-saving discounts such as the Emergency Road Service Option, a members-only Platinum Visa credit card, Continued Service Plan, Health Insurance, RV Financing, and Protection Free Insurance Quote

Membership Value

Benefits like these can be great for traveling full-time and knowing you have the option at staying at any of the many top-notch Coast to Coast RV resorts. For the occasional RVer a membership may not get used enough to ensure that you get full value for your money with memberships starting at prices of $3000 plus yearly maintenance and membership fees. However, for full-timers, the peace of mind that comes knowing that no matter where you are in the country, there is going to be a member RV resort or park within a few miles, it is definitely worth it.

Non-Member Benefits

If you choose not to purchase a membership, not to worry, there are plenty of year round Coast to Coast RV resorts that cater to the public and do not require a membership. One such RV resort company is Encore. They have over 150 Thousand Trails campgrounds and RV resorts in 26 of the 50 states. Another great place to book an RV vacation with is Morgan RV Resorts. Morgan has 44 resorts scattered throughout the United States.


Coast to Coast RV resorts will take you to some amazing places. Some of the most popular are:

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  • Madison Arm Resort - West Yellowstone, Montana. This campground is just a few miles from Yellowstone National Park.

  • Tunnel Mountain Campground - Banff National Park, Canada. A spectacular view awaits Rvers as this resort sit at the top of the mountain.

  • Verde Valley - Cottonwood, Arizona. For the desert and mountain lover, this 300-acre campground is the perfect spot.

  • Pacific Dunes Ranch RV Resort - Oceano, California. Any RVer will have fun in the sun at this cozy beach oasis.

  • Boyd's Key West Campground - Key West, Florida. Tiki huts and saltwater fishing says it all.

  • Mt. Hood Village RV Resort - Welches, Oregon. Here's something not generally offered-year round skiing and snowboarding! Oh, and a golf course.

  • Mt. Desert Narrows Camping Resort - Bar Harbor, Maine. Pancakes, lobster, and ice cream and all with an ocean view!

  • O'Connell's Yogi Bear RV Resort - Amboy, Illinois. This is exactly where anyone with children wants to travel. Yogi Bear, Candy Bar Bingo, and heated pools will keep kids busy for hours.

  • Horse Thief Lake Campground - Black Hills National Forest, South Dakota. A view of Mt. Rushmore, ghost towns, mines, and caves. This sounds like the most exciting resort of them all.

  • Rivers Edge RV Park - Fairbanks, Alaska. At least, peace and quiet.

Those are just the tip of the iceberg for fantastic, convenient, clean, secure and beautiful RV destinations available to Coast to Coast members.

Coast to Coast RV resorts have so much to offer the full-time RVer. If you are tired of struggling to figure out where you are going to park at your next destination, have had it with RV parks that offer nothing for full-timers, and worry about just how safe you are in some campgrounds, you need a membership.

Note July 2014: Good Sam Enterprises has owned Coast to Coast for over 20 years. RVers cannot join Coast to Coast by joining the Good Sam Club. They must first join a membership camping resort that is an affiliate of Coast to Coast, and then they can join Coast. It you would still like to join the Good Sam Club you can use the banner link below to apply for membership.

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