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Post Info TOPIC: Thousand Trails - Tall Chief question


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Thousand Trails - Tall Chief question


I know there are several of you that are TT members.  We stayed at Tall Chief last summer and it appears next spring / summer / fall we're likely to be in and out of that park multiple times due to my work situation.  The park is an Encore park but had a TT sign and several of you have mentioned it being a TT park.

When I was looking at the TT website, Tall Chief is not listed as one of the parks.  I called the park directly and was told that for it to be included in my TT membership, I needed to buy the TT membership through the park representative.  Is that true?  I was hoping to take advantage of the "buy one zone, get the second free".  Tall Chief is the primary reason I'm considering buying a TT membership, it is the closest RV park to my work location.  If it's not included, it's really not worth it financially for us.

Thanks in advance for any insight you can share.



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it is not a TT park but members get a discount when they stay there. Encore is a separate company but is affiliated.

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Tall Chief is currently not listed in the Northwest Zone or on my TT Elite membership.

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We go in there under Coast-2-Coast. I believe RPI also has it as one of their 'affiliate' parks. Both are $10/night for a week. What they were looking to sell you isn't a zone membership, but a regular TT membership with Tall Chief as the 'home' park - it is kind of a weird thing they are doing with that park, which would give you 2 or 3 weeks at a time in that park, plus 2 or 3 weeks in other TT parks. Did they quote you a price? Would be interesting to see what it is.

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