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Washington State RV Clubs

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      Recreational vehicle clubs are made up of people who have similar interests in RV camping. Club membership makes camping in an RV a more enjoyable, and sometimes safer, experience, because you are camping with a group of people. Usually RV clubs save members money because the club is endorsed by several different campgrounds and RV parks throughout the country. Members receive perks and benefits. Most RV clubs have an annual membership and provide identification to place on your RV and regular vehicle that identify you as a member.

    Washington State Good Sams

    • The Good Sam RV club is nationally recognized. The club offers a 100-percent satisfaction guarantee, and provides benefits, such as discounts, in several parks in Washington State and across the country. Members receive free subscription to several RV publications and trade magazines. The club provides trip-planning help and technical tips, differentiated between types of RV and other recreational vehicles.

      There are more than 50 registered chapters. The website provides information for each one.

      Washington State Good Sams

    Roamin' Elks

    • The Roamin' Elks, or Elks 1082 RV Club, is a group of people who belong to the Elks national charter. The group is located in Hoquiam, Wash. The club has specific members, and, according to their website, has performed several volunteer projects. The club's latest project was to install a dump station at the Lodge's RV parking area. Currently 35 couples are members of the club. Currently, for Elk members, they have six spaces with water and 30-amp electrical service. The cost is $10 a night, and there is a dump station located on the premises.

      Elk Lodge #1082

      624 K St.

      Hoquiam, WA 98550


    Happy Camper RV Club

    • The Happy Camper RV club, according to their website, allows members to camp for half price if they go to one of the specified camping clubs. The full membership is $45.95 annually. There are 1,200 participating campgrounds within the United States and Canada. In Washington State, the specific clubs listed are: Chewelah - Forty-Niner Motel & RV Park; Clallum Bay - Sam's Trailer & RV; Conconully - Conconully Lake Resort; Conconully - Liar's Cove Resort; Cougar - Cougar RV Park & Campground; Cusick - Eagle's Landing RV Resort Community; Ellensburg - Yakima River RV Park; Ellensburg - E&J Resort; Elma - Elma RV Park; Goldendale - Pine Springs Resort; Kalama - Camp Kalama Campground; Kettle Falls - Panorama RV Park; Loon Lake - Deer Lake Resort; Moses Lake - Suncrest RV Resort; Patterson - Crow Butte Park; Ridgefield - Big Fir Campground & RV Park; Silver Lake - Silver Lake Resort; and the Tenino - Offut Lake Resort.

      Happy Camper RV Club


    Passport America

    • Passport America is another nationally known RV club that has camping sites in every state and some areas of Canada. The club offers a choice of a one-, two-, or three-year membership. You will receive a guide that lists all the sites and amenities within each site. The club offers an iPhone/iPad application and roadside assistance for its members. Members need only to show their membership cards when they check into the site to receive the 50-percent-off discount.

      Passport America

      602 S. Main St.

      Crestview, FL 32536


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