Membership Campgrounds & Discount Camping Clubs, Part 8

In today’s post we’ll examine Adventure Outdoor Resorts (AOR), Resort Parks International (RPI), and Resorts of Distinction (ROD).

Adventure Outdoor Resorts (AOR)

Adventure Outdoor Resorts (AOR) was established in 1991 and is a network of private membership affiliated camping resorts offering affordable RV camping in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

Roseate spoonbills are frequent visitors to a membership campground in Rockport, Texas. © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

This membership is only available to individuals whose home resort is affiliated with AOR.

AOR has nearly 550 membership resorts and privately-owned parks in its system.

AOR members may stay at resorts that are 125 miles from their home resort.

AOR is owned by Western Horizon Resorts

AOR members pay $9 a night at affiliated resorts.

AOR now charges a $3 reservation fee.

Annual dues are currently US$79.00

Information: (800) 934-3443
Disclaimer: I am a member of Outdoor Adventure Resorts (AOR) but do not represent or promote them.

Resort Parks International (RPI)

 

Skyline Ranch is a popular membership campground near the Shenandoahs in Virginia. © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

Resorts Park International (RPI) was established in 1983 and is a leading member-only RV reciprocal camping program in North America. Their network includes 200 private RV resorts, 450 public RV campgrounds, cabins, and hundreds of condominiums worldwide.

This membership is only available to individuals whose home resort is affiliated with RPI.

RPI members may stay at resorts that are 125 miles from their home.

RPI is part of Equity Lifestyle Properties, the parent company of Thousand Trails

RPI Plus and RPI Preferred are available to members as an upgrade.

RPI members pay $10 a night RV site fee at affiliated resorts.

RPI charges a $2 reservation fee for each confirmed reservation.

Annual dues are currently US$65.00

Information: (800) 635-8498
Disclaimer: I am a member of Resort Parks International (RPI) but do not represent or promote them.

Resorts of Distinction (ROD)

 

This beautiful sight is a short walk from a membership park in Utah Dixie. © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

Resorts of Distinction (ROD) is a not-for-profit association of RV resort developers with about 100 affiliated membership resorts in its system including Western Horizon, NACO, and K/M resorts.

ROD is the only reciprocal network that lets you camp, travel, and stay, at affiliated resorts, free!

In addition to free camping, ROD offer a variety of other benefits to their members, such as identity theft protection, roadside assistance, and a condominium travel club.

Information: (800) 720-7633

Worth Pondering…

Everything in life is somewhere else, and you get there in an RV.

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