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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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  • Bill and Kelly Murray
    Bill and Kelly Murray :
    1 hour agoI just learned that the campground we are at for the summer (we are on a seasonal site) is a Passport America. It’s a great campground, well kept, great location for visiting SW PA, close enough to Pittsburgh for a day trip, 9/11 Memorial, Ohiopyle State...  more
    Hickory Hollow Campground :: Camping in the Laurel Highlands of Southwestern Pennsylvania
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  • Jim Kinnebrew
    Jim Kinnebrew:
    1 hour agoI'm new to this group, but I'm thinking it would be great if folks posting about the great PA campgrounds they are finding could include a picture or two, or the campground's web address, or at least the name/location. Thanks! I love that y'all share you...  more
  • Susan & Matt Dillon
    Susan & Matt Dillon:
    12 hours agoFor the East Coasters out there, we are staying at a beautiful PA campground in Bear Lake, MI, Kampvilla. The sites ar large, the grounds are very well kept and it has many amenities - and all for $20 a night. All they asked is that we pay on cash, which ...  more
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    • SteveAndMereHacker and 5 others like this.
    • Susan & Matt Dillon
      Bernie & Carole P 11 hours ago Welcome to Michigan.
    • Susan & Matt Dillon
      Jim Kinnebrew 1 hour ago Thanks for the tip! We probably won't get that far north this summer, but good to know.  Have fun!
  • Bill and Marjorie Butler
    Bill and Marjorie Butler:
    Mon at 5:17 PMWe are now in Prince Edward Island and have found a wonderful park with our PA membership, will be staying here four or five days, happy to find a nice park.
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    • EXPLOREAZ and 9 others like this.
    • Bill and Marjorie Butler
      francis young Mon at 5:35 PM How wonderful. What is the name of the park?
    • Bill and Marjorie Butler
      NomadLove Mon at 5:47 PM Growing up we always spent 2 weeks each summer at Vacationland in Brackley Beach. Love PEI. Enjoy to the fullest
    • Bill and Marjorie Butler
      Terror 11 hours ago What is the name of the park and what are the rates like??
    • Bill and Marjorie Butler
      AllDun 8 hours ago I may have missed it somewhere but would like to know the name of this wonderful PA park on PEI. Going that way next summer.
  • Michael & Julie Madawi
    Michael & Julie Madawi:
    June 15I find it funny that people pay $44 a year and expect that every participating campground or RV Park they go to will give them the 50% discount regardless of timing or season. Read the limitations...every park is different and not every area will have pa...  more
    • Norma DiGiandomenico and 36 others like this.
    • Michael & Julie Madawi
      Redonion June 16 Homework! Follow instructions, understand the good an bad. Relax, go with the flow, PA is not for the million $$$ coach attitude. I have found some great, fun parks, example, Theromoplis, WY😀☺😀☺
    • Michael & Julie Madawi
      Tom & Laura Boden’s Adventures June 16 We totally agree that why we went the the Lifetime membership which has been paid for a while ago. We have had 50% the whole 10 days during Thanksgiving in Pigeon Forge, another campgrounds offer 50% the whole time we were there but only in certain site...  more
    • Michael & Julie Madawi
      Big G & Lou June 16 We agree, Tom & Laura
    • Michael & Julie Madawi
      Glen & Eileen Carstens 6 hours ago my membership has already paid for itself and we have only traveled two times now.
    • Michael & Julie Madawi
      Robbie & Alice 5 hours ago We boondocked for two nights and consider we saved enough money to buy a years membership in Passport America.
  • Bill and Marjorie Butler
    Bill and Marjorie Butler:
    June 15We are in N.B. Canada and so far haven’t been able to stay in any PA parks as most here are one nighters,and don’t take RVers on weekends or holidays and not at all in July or Aug. kind of limits us as we are traveling through hopefully next Monday we wil...  more
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    • Bill and Marjorie Butler
      Mark & JoAnn June 15 I find it rather odd that people will not renew a membership that saves them money after 2 or 3 nights at 50 percent off. So, if you camp more than 10 nights a year you are probably saving money. We have found many very nice parks that will take 50 perce...  more
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      • Bill and Marjorie Butler
        Billy/Kathy Whitley June 16 Agree with your comments. We travel Sun. - Thru. and have used PA  a lot of times. Worth the money. We also travel on weekends, but you get he most from PA  early in week. 
    • Bill and Marjorie Butler
      Hank & Shirleen June 15 The people up north have less time to recover their investments folks! Give ‘em a break! 
    • Bill and Marjorie Butler
      Suzan and Art June 15 Peak season when the campgrounds are full anyways, why would they give you 50% off?  We use PA maybe 3 - 6 nights a year and find it saves us money. but we don't travel much in peak season.
    • Bill and Marjorie Butler
      Sandra & Kevin June 16 Stone hurst in Moncton is a good one,they do have some restrictions as you can see on the app
    • Bill and Marjorie Butler
      Pat and Tony June 16 We used PA at one campground while on a 6,000 mile trip out west last year. Bolivar Peninsula RV Park in Crystal Beach TX. Nice basic park run by nice people. We saved enough in the three nights to pay the membership, but no other park that we found had t...  more
  • TJAK
    TJAK :
    June 12We are here at Singing Hills, Cave City Kentucky. Owner is super nice and helpful. Sites are stone and flat with plenty of space in between. Great location - near all major caves etc. Park is well kept and has the basics but the price is well worth being here!
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    • Redonion and 12 others like this.
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      PennyPA June 12 We've stayed at Singing Hills Campground on 4 or 5 occasions...usually in the last row on the hill. Very nice campground! There was a concert nearby, down in a grotto. Really neat. Also try the zip line up the road.
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      • TJAK
        Karenh June 12 I have also stay there on two different trips. Totally agree with the above comments!
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      Ginny and David June 12 Thanks for the info on the campground in KY. Will keep them in mind when we visit the area.
  • Kemptville Kids
    Kemptville Kids:
    June 10We have had PA since 2005 and we agree that some parks are quite scuzzy while others are great. We have used RV Park Reviews and RVParky to see what the parks are like before we book. You have to remember, these are NOT destination parks. The majority of ...  more
    • Garyanita and 17 others like this.
    • Kemptville Kids
      Ray & Pat June 10 I agree totally with what you are saying. We have pulled into some pa parks and drove right on out but have found most of the perfectly alright for an overnite. Great way to save money.

      Ray
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        Delores Parrish Smith June 10 We started with PA several months ago. Archer RV Park Beeville, Texas. The PA/rvillage states 5 nights 50%. But we are flexible for few extra days. We have a really nice park. Large sites all inclusive. Even direct tv service. Close to lots of great thing...  more
    • Kemptville Kids
      SteveAndMereHacker June 10 We just got RV parks!
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      Redonion June 11 Yelp, we also 2005, also, I use Google map, check entrance, park from over head etc.
    • Kemptville Kids
      Katss June 11 We have used a few times and saved enough to pay for membership. We also usually shop before we stop. But being in Mn. the PA parks are few and far between but the ones in Mn. on the whole have been very worth it.
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      RICHARD & PENNY YOOD June 11 The FMCA roadside assistance program is better and less expensive.
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      • Kemptville Kids
        Garyanita June 12 What does that have to do with PA membership
  • Mike 62154
    Mike 62154:
    June 10All those campgrounds are not owned by PA, they just participate. The one I know they do own is in Long Beach, MS and it is great.:)
    • George and Sally and 3 others like this.
    • Mike 62154
      George and Sally June 10 Mike62154 is correct the came GS, FMCA, CC parks or affiliated with TT.
  • SteveAndMereHacker
    SteveAndMereHacker:
    June 10Not too happy with our choice of Passport America's Camp Sandusky. Both pools look a mess and one is in horrible shape. Tight pull-through site and I struck a tree with the swing of the rear of my new 5th wheeler and put a 6" gash in the rubber roof. Usin...  more
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    • SteveAndMereHacker
      SACnFrau June 10 We like PA program, but sometimes cannot use it due to park constraints. The condition on a given park is NOT a reflection on PA, but park ownership.
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      Ray & Dorlis June 10 Passport America doesn't own or control these parks!
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      Glen & Margie June 10 Hitting a tree is not PPA’s fault. That is driver error, I never try to pull or back my 5er into a site I do not feel comfortable with. I ask for another site and have never been refused.
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      Glen & Margie June 10 Before calling I always look at park on googlemaps and go to their website if they have one so there are no supprises when we pull in. Also lets you see how the park is laid out, makes it easier to navigate when arrive.
    • SteveAndMereHacker
      murphmurphys June 15 Isn't passport America's fault they just get you a discount it's up to you to decide if you will fit. Your fault for not looking!!!!!
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      • SteveAndMereHacker
        SteveAndMereHacker June 16 No crap! I am using RV Parky now. It won't happen again. I just wish on the campground websites, instead of showing people having a good time in their pictures, they would actually show their camp sites. Now that we are full-time RV'ers, we cannot go arou...  more