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Bill Joyce gave a good "review" of the Coast to Coast in this thread:

Membership Camping

Bill's comment is the "current" last post.

Terry



-- Edited by Terry and Jo on Sunday 24th of March 2013 03:58:52 PM

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We were wonder how many members here have Coast to Coast memberships, how often you use it, and if you felt it was worth the money?  We're going this weekend to get a membership from another party that wants nothing for the membership, so the only cost to us will  be the transfer fees, and this years maintenance fees at the time of transfer. We already have a Resorts of Distinction membership and all our camping the last 5-6 yrs has all been at R.O.D. campgrounds. Picking up this Coast to Coast membership is one more step tword fulltiming.



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We are on the fence about it. Our buy in would be at Sycamore Lodge, which is a Travel Resorts of America campground. It sounds like a great idea, the $10 a nite rate sounds good, but you have to average in your dues and how many nights your going to use it. Go for it, and let us know how it is!

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Depending on where you consider North East.....they have nothing in the upper state region.......the ones on cape Cape....none in NH....one in Maine .......

unless your using it for Penn. it is limited in New england.....

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   We have Coast to Coast through our timeshare. We have used the T/S for Aruba. After buying the RV in 2014 we happen to be looking at out home page on T/S website and noticed coast to coast. In our travels of the US for 9 months we looked at it but we have a 3 day window from date you look at Parks till check-in availability. This deterred us from using it. We are in the early stages of placing house on market and soon to sale off belongings and are pretty stressed from it. No big deal my wife has owned it 42 yrs though. Anyway while setting around with our 24 yr. old neighbor, he had just got back from beach and was commenting on how nice it was and so we thought, hey lets load up and take a break from this stuff.

 

    Made a few looks at App on IPad (All Stays) and seen cost of parks. Wife goes, you know dear we have coast to coast lets see if it available and it was. What would cost (3 night) $52 plus tax a night we got for $50 total. Since we are soon to be fulltimers we look to use it more. If I had to buy it straight out probably no.

 



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