In today’s post we’ll examine five regional membership camping systems available in today’s marketplace.
Holiday Trails Resorts (HTR)
Holiday Trails is the largest multi-park camping system in Canada with campgrounds in British Columbia, Alberta, and Washington. They also have a reciprocal agreement with two host parks that are not company owned, but are available for member use as part of their membership system.
Holiday Trails Resorts is also open to the public for a nightly fee.
Holiday Trails owns seven RV resorts—two in Alberta (Drumheller and Lethbridge), four in British Columbia (Chemainus, Christina Lake, Cumberland, Rosedale), and one in Washington state (Ferndale), as well as Bridal Falls Motel (Rosedale). Located east of Hope, British Columbia, an eighth resort, Sunshine Valley is scheduled to open this fall.
Holiday Trails continue to add to their resort system and are currently working on acquiring a suitable property in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia.
Introductory special for two or three nights of camping for $39.95 + tax is available from their Web site.
Information: (800) 663-2265
K/M Resorts of America
K/M Resorts of America offers eight resort locations in Washington state—Beachwood Resort (Blaine), Columbia Shores (Chinook), Diamond Point Resort (Sequim), Maple Groove Resort (Randall), Ocean Mist Resort (Ocean City), Old American Kampground (Newport), Travel Inn Resort (Elma), Ponderosa Falls RV Resort (Cheney)
Introductory offer of three days/two nights of free camping is available by filling out an Online Pass Request Form.
Information: (800) 392-5722 or (253) 896-4677
Colorado River Adventures (CRA)
Colorado River Adventures (CRA) offers seven RV resorts—five parks are located along the Colorado River in California, Arizona, and Mexico; with two additional parks in Julian and Cherry Valley, California.
An introductory offer of three nights of RV camping for $19.95 is available from their website.
Information: (800) 628-8424
Camperworld offers 10 private RV and camping resorts located in the state of Utah—Apple Garden Park (Park City), Bullfrog (Lake Powell), Echo Island (Coalville), Hot Springs Resort (Plymouth), Knotty Pine (Kamas), Lakeside (Duchesne), Nebo Loop (Nephi), Pine Forest (Dutch John), Pleasant Creek (Mount Pleasant), and Wahweap (Lake Powell).
Established in 1977, CamperWorld’s private and exclusive resort locations provide recreational experiences in scenic forested mountains, and on the banks of sparkling rivers, peaceful streams, and picturesque lakes.
All resorts have 24-hour security, full-service hook-ups, and upscale dressing and shower facilities.
Information: (800) 959-0722 or (801) 262-8166
Founded in March 1995, Outdoor Adventures is a Michigan based corporation dedicated to serving Michigan families.
Outdoor Adventures offers five easily accessible resorts, situated just minutes off I-75—Lake Shore (Davison), Lake of the North (West Branch), Saginaw Bay (Standish), Wilderness (Omer), and Rifle River (Sterling).
An introductory offer of three days and two nights of free camping is available by filling out an online request form
Information: (877) 881-9953
See you down the road and enjoy your journey—RV living is the freedom lifestyle.