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Passport-America (4,798 members)

This is the official RVillage group for Passport-America. We are The First and Original 50% Discount Camping Club. Since 1992 we have provided the best discounts on nightly ca... see more

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  • LarandSus
    LarandSus :
    September 17
    We are currently at Tri City RV Park in Myrtle Creek, OR. When I inquired on the phone if PA would be honored, I was told it is accepted 364 days a year. It is a nice parked with paved roads and pads in a very pretty area near the Umpqua River. I should ...  more
    • Travelinlady and 13 others like this.
    • LarandSus
      Big G & Lou
      September 17 I called a PPA Park on a lake in Hot Springs, AR yesterday, the only restriction was NO water site. But the site I got was a Pull-Through. $16.25 per night.
      Great.....
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    • LarandSus
      Razorback fan
      September 17 We have reservations there in about 3 weeks. Nice to hear the quality of the Park.
    • LarandSus
      Greg and Connie Yancey
      September 23 Welcome to Redding....my wife and I stayed at TRi-City in Myrtle Creek for 3 nights with Passport last month.  A very cute and clean little park.  We are going to try to spend all July or August there next year.  Enjoy your stay in Redding.
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      • LarandSus
        LarandSus
        September 23 Thanks, is this your home?
  • Iwannagocamping
    Iwannagocamping:
    September 15
    I want to plan a Route 66 trip. Has anyone done this using on PA?
    • Karenh and 3 others like this.
    • Iwannagocamping
      Sam Libby (hubby Matt)
      September 15 For my retirement trip in 2015, we did the entire RT66 following the “Here it is” set of maps. They include turn-by-turn directions with suggestions for driving on the highway if you need to. We were in a 30’ MH then and had no problems with the Oatman ar...  more
    • Iwannagocamping
      PennyPA
      September 15 If you get to the Amarillo part of Route 66, there is a PA campground east of the city. AOK Camper Park is just off I-40. Absolutely no extras but good 50/30-amp electric, water and sewer for $14.50 a night. See the emu, 2 llamas and longhorn steer who ...  more
    • Iwannagocamping
      CraiginOK
      September 15 I wasn’t doing the Route 66 but stayed in a PA campground in Tucumcari NM last night. Great place to stop and only cost $12.  Blaze-in-Saddle RV Park. Nothing fancy but clean long pull through, friendly manager, and very inexpensive. 
    • Iwannagocamping
      Michael Zike & Lynne Brooks
      September 16 We made a trip out West in 2016. Rt. 66 not a good road for an RV.  Hide 1 Reply
    • Iwannagocamping
      Joey Allen
      September 17 You can parallel it and do day trips.
  • StevenKathy
    StevenKathy:
    September 14
    I got to use 1 night of Passport America in an Encore Resort in Illinois. It looks like the park has a lot of full timers. They leave their units all winter. The park people need to pour about 1500 yards of gravel on the roads and pad sites. It was a acce...  more
    • Dean & Lynne and 2 others like this.
    • StevenKathy
      Iwannagocamping
      September 15 You find some good, & some not so desirable. We are life time members of passport America. I would highly recommend the membership, it is the best deal out there. We saved the cost it would be for a 5 year membership in the first year, of having it. Just ...  more Hide 1 Reply
      • StevenKathy
        Jerry Beasler
        September 15 We bought our lifetime pass just before they went up for $10 each.  Have stayed in three locations at great discounts more than paid for themselves.  We have had all good experiences so far.  Attached is a picture of our camp at Army Corp o...  more
  • Al Pagano
    Al Pagano:
    September 14
    Going to do some long traveling next year I want to know how everybody deals with Wi-Fi on the road?
    • RVillaging With Ollie likes this.
    • Al Pagano
      Iwannagocamping
      September 15 Our new Chevy truck has an Apple hot spot. It’s $20 a month, unlimited!
    • Al Pagano
      Susan & Richard
      September 18 Anyone looked at this company?  Just found their site today:  https://www.skyroam.com/go- data-tripit-exclusive
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      • Al Pagano
        Susan & Richard
        September 18 $149 to buy the unit.  $9 a month for 1G, only pay more if you need the 2nd G ($9 more), 3rd G ($9 more).  Not sure how many G's I use in a month.  Looking for input. 
    • Al Pagano
      Minton Reunion
      September 19 I currently use 7 or 8. No business, just email, fb, etc.
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      • Al Pagano
        Al Pagano
        September 19 any movies using firestick?
    • Al Pagano
      Minton Reunion
      September 19 Most likely, I plan on both big data companies, so as to have a reliable service, in all locations. AT&T and Verizon. Until I see different.
    • Al Pagano
      Kathryn Piazza
      September 20 Also check out https://www.technorv.com. Eric and Tami Johnson are very helpful and in the know.
  • Bill Joyce (and Diane Melde)
    Bill Joyce (and Diane Melde) :
    September 14
    Two camping spots in a row on Passport America and both are nice places. Juniper Reservoir in Lakeview OR only takes PA some days of the week, but Wednesday was one of them and we had a huge 50AMP full hookup pullthru for $20.89. Now we are in New Front...  more
    • Finntastic 2 and 10 others like this.
    • Bill Joyce (and Diane Melde)
      LarandSus
      September 14 Great to know, we will be going through Winnemucca in a couple weeks
  • Santa Walt
    Santa Walt :
    September 14
    took a 5500 mile trip this summer from Cal to Fl, used PA when ever possible, easy to find sites, some were really great and cheap. here is my expenditure sheet, PA at end denotes a Passport America Campground
    2018 Camping Fees
    ...  more
    • Katss and 6 others like this.
    • Santa Walt
      Angie907
      September 15 Great information
    • Santa Walt
      Santa Walt
      September 16 thanks
  • Redonion
    Redonion:
    September 14
    Post Something...Great food, great service - great on public service - VET'S 20% discount, Thursday 25%

    fia Rua Irish Pub
    10134 Ford Ave, Richmond Hill, GA 31324
    Richmond Hill, Georgia
    fiaruairishpub.com

    We understand people who are evacuating from our ...  more
  • Jerry Beasler
    Jerry Beasler:
    September 14
    We are from Iowa and purchased our lifetime passes right before the before the price increase. We paid for them the first stay. I have had good luck using them in several states. Some of the state parks have given us a discount even though they do not ...  more
    • Tom & Marsha Smith and 1 other like this.
    • Jerry Beasler
      RitaB
      September 14 I think you are talking about America the Beautiful Access Pass, which is for National Parks, forests, etc and COE parks. Passport America is a club for discounts at private campground.
  • Judie & Ron Wells
    Judie & Ron Wells:
    September 6
    We became members this Jan. We live in TN and I couldn’t find anything in the book in areas we tend to travel. We took a “chill out and just veg” weekend and found a nice little quiet place in the Cumberland MTs that was listed when I googled PA campgro...  more
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    • Judie & Ron Wells
      Glenn & Michelle
      September 7 We are finding less PA places with more restrictions.
    • Judie & Ron Wells
      SACnFrau
      September 8 When planning our route, I look online for PA campgrounds in the area we plan to stop, usually Mon-Thurs.  For weekends, we usually boondock at HarvestHosts, casinos, or other free spots.  Gives us a mix of campsites along the way.
    • Judie & Ron Wells
      Iwannagocamping
      September 9 I’ve found you really need to do your homework finding a place.
      We were told when they gave us the catalog that it is constantly being updated, & they recommend checking online for active campgrounds.
      We camp mostly east coast & find sites, ju...  more
    • Judie & Ron Wells
      A&A Walker
      September 11 We are on a 12 state 9 week trip and have saved Hundreds with PA. Most times we saved about twenty dollars a night. We use the computer to find campgrounds and call ahead most times. You have to read the "fine print" about what days, how many etc. One spo...  more
    • Judie & Ron Wells
      Marinou Nielsen
      September 14 I have been a member since Last December
      I used it in san Dego and saved $130
      I spend the summers in Alberta and used it twice near Edmonton
      I will use it when I go south again this winter
  • North Point Pointed South (formerly Lou N Kathy)
    North Point Pointed South (formerly Lou N Kathy) :
    September 6
    Personal opinion here. We have used and saved considerably with our PA membership...and as long as I can save double what it cost me annually, I’ll probably keep it. But....part f the issue with parks dropping it could be the fact that more and more peo...  more