How to get best deal on a Thousand Trails Zone Pass

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Every now and then Thousand Trails runs a Buy One Get One (BOGO) promo offer on their Camping Zone Pass, but even when they’re not actively showing this offer on their website, you can still probably snag a deal or a couple of extra bonuses. In this article, we share our tips for how to make a good deal even greater and get more bang for your buck. In a nutshell, for just $565 you may get to choose 2 Camping Zones instead of one. It’s a fantastic deal and one we highly recommend for anyone considering trying out the Thousand Trails (TT) campground network, but it just may be possible to get a few more perks thrown in. Sound good? Keep reading…

2019 UPDATE: We just overhauled our Thousand Trails article on Zone Camping Passes with the latest information and prices. Jump over and read it here.

The Thousand Trails network is made up of 5 zones – Northwest, SouthWest, Northeast, Southeast and Midwest and offers 80+ locations around the country – click here to view a Map of the 5 Zones.

Basically, the Zone Pass is a low cost, low commitment camping membership for a year that you can choose to renew when it comes up for renewal after the year is up. If you’ve read our other blog posts about Thousand Trails, you’d be aware we started our full-timing travels with a 2-for-1 Zone Pass (Northwest and Southwest) which gave us a good feel of the campgrounds and saved us a ton of money on campground fees. We really liked the ability to stay up to 14 nights in a campground for next to nothing – having a membership reduces or eliminates nightly campground fees. A no brainer for full-time RVers like us! After that you’ll need to stay out of the TT system for 7 nights before coming back in again.

You can also stay up to 4 nights and move directly to another TT park and keep park hopping for as long as you like – as long as you don’t exceed 4 nights for each stay… When staying anywhere from 5-14 nights, the ‘7 day out’ rule applies.

As full-timer RVers still working, we found that pace a little too hectic and wanted to slow things down a bit. So after 4 months of enjoying the benefits of our Zone Pass, we decided to upgrade our membership which allows us to stay up to 21 nights at a time and move from park to park, as well as access 80+ locations nationally.

We discussed the TT Zone Pass in detail in our blog post “Is a Thousand Trails Zone Pass right for you?” and considering their latest offer, thought it was worth recapping on a few key points to help you:

a) Decide whether a Zone Pass is a good investment for you

b) Avoid being trapped in a Zone Pass contract that may limit you in the future

c) Understand how and what you can negotiate to get an even better deal!

So let’s get started.

Who is the TT Zone Pass Ideal for?

  • Casual/occasional campers – vacationers, weekenders
  • Part-time RVers – still have a regular home but like to travel RV for part of the year
  • Seasonal RVers – travel seasonally by RV eg. snowbirders
  • Full-time RVers – living full-time in an RV and wanting to try the TT campground network out first at a low cost/low commitment with a Zone Pass before deciding if a membership upgrade is worth the investment. It is good for those who are on the fence regarding the upgrade so you can dip your toe in the TT waters and see if it’s right for you.

2019 UPDATE: We just overhauled our Thousand Trails article on Zone Camping Passes with the latest information and prices. Jump over and read it here.

How to get an even better deal on the TT BOGO Zone Pass offer

Getting two TT zones for $565 is unquestionably a sweet deal, but in addition to selecting the two zones that you think you’ll be most likely to use, you can squeeze even more juice from the orange with these tips and a few questions to ask of the TT rep before handing over your credit card.

  • Zone Switch Option: Check to see if you can swap out one of the 2 zones for another (3rd) as a one-time request during the year. We had the option of being able to do that with our Zone Pass and while we did not exercise our right to do so (we upgraded with a resale after just 5 months) we appreciated the flexibility this provided, as it essentially enabled us to travel and camp throughout 3 TT zones within a year (for the price of one) ie. you aren’t limited to just two. Also ask if the Zone change option  is a one-time only Zone change or if you can switch a Zone once each year if you choose.
  • Bonus Encore properties: Encore and Thousand Trails are both owned by Equity Lifestyle Properties, so ask the TT rep if they can throw in any bonus Encore properties as part of your TT Zone Pass camping membership. They often have special promotions running for Encore RV Parks, for example when we signed up for our Zone Pass back in 2014, TT included the Encore South Lake Tahoe, CA campground as one of our resorts and we enjoyed a 14 night summer stay, completely free of charge. Encore parks are located around around the country, with a heavy presence on both the east and west coasts. Click here to view the Encore RV Park Map and be aware that this map also shows Thousand Trails campgrounds, so these are not all Encore properties specifically. It seems that Encore and TT each have around 85 properties, totaling 170. Be sure to also ask about the new Trails Collection option that came out in August 2017
  • Benefit retention beyond Year 1 – Confirm with the TT rep that if you choose to renew your Zone Pass after the first year, you will retain all benefits (the two zones, zone switch option plus any extra Encore properties) in your membership privileges for each year that you renew, not just the first year – check if there is a limit to the number of years you can continue to enjoy these benefits.
  • No long term commitment – Check to ensure you pay only one annual fee for the Zone Pass (USD$565) and you will have no further commitment beyond the first year, should you decide not to renew. Important Note: At the end of the initial term, your Pass will automatically renew for additional one-year periods. You may cancel your membership by notifying TT in writing at least 30 days prior to expiration. Click here for Thousand Trails FAQs
  • Pay the whole year upfront – Pay for your BOGO Zone Pass as a one time purchase, it’s only $565 so just put it on a credit card – one that will give you cash back or earn you points/miles for even more travel (like ours does), if you happen to have one. They probably won’t give you the option to finance it if you just sign up for the Annual Zone Pass anyway, and you may need to consider whether you really want to commit beyond the first year anyway (read on for the warning below that explains why).

Warning: Things to be Aware of

  1. Unless you are an occasional/vacation RVer that doesn’t plan to stay at TT campgrounds for more than say 30 nights a year, you are better off considering the TT Zone Pass for a one year commitment only. You can always renew it after the first year is up, but if you want something more then you also have the freedom to cancel the one year Zone Pass membership upon expiration (or sooner like we did) to upgrade to an Elite, VIP or Platinum membership that entitles you to longer (up to 21 day) stays and the ability to move from park to park with no time out of the TT system as well as access to more parks.
  2. If you’re traveling to multiple states, TT may suggest a National Camping Pass which gives you access to all 5 Zones. We DO NOT recommend this. Frankly, in our opinion it’s simply not a great deal. If you want access to all 80+ TT campgrounds nationally, you will get a MUCH better membership with more benefits and at a much lower price by buying a Resale Membership(VIP, Platinum or Elite) via Campground Membership Outlet, like we did.
  3. Finally, TT will probably offer you the option of their 4 year payment plan option which discounts the annual dues to just $425/year over the 4 years instead of $565 a year – saving you a total of $480 over a 4 year period) IF you commit to a 4 year Zone Pass contract. We recommend you give this a LOT of thought before signing on the dotted line. Why? Sounds like a good deal doesn’t it – a saving of $120 a year for 4 years? Here’s why you should really think long and hard about this deal before committing.
    • If you think there is any chance at all you may want to upgrade your membership to a Elite, VIP or Platinum (as a Resale) to enjoy the extra benefits – this is especially relevant if you are a seasonal or full-time RVer as you will inevitably want or need a membership that offers you more than you’ll get with a Zone Pass. If you are committed to a 4 year contract, you will not be able to cancel/get out of it in order to buy a resale membership (at a substantial discount), but if you simply have a one year Annual Zone Pass, it’s already been fully paid for upfront and so it can be cancelled easily, thus freeing you up to take over a resale contract (note: you won’t get a pro-rata refund on any remaining time left on your Zone Pass).
    • You may not want or need the Zone Pass for the entire 4 years (after all, anything can happen) yet you will be committed to paying out the full value of that contract. That makes it a $1,700 commitment over the 4 years and for that money, you could have picked yourself up a Resale Upgrade with more benefits for less money.
    • With all that said, if you are more inclined to buy a NEW Elite membership upgrade directly from Thousand Trails instead of picking one up on the resale market, then your annual dues remain at only $425 a year for the 4 years, then annual dues revert to $565 a year. While we are big fans of buying a TT membership upgrade as a resale for the cost savings, we do acknowledge that buying an Elite membership new direct from TT does have its benefits as well – it really all depends on your personal needs, finances and situation – hence why you really need to think it all through and assess your future travel needs before making a commitment.  One of the biggest advantages of buying new, directly from TT is that you can finance the cost over time instead of a lump sum payment.

So what’s the upshot? Be sure to fully consider your travel needs (present and future), the financial and contractual obligations and limitations, as well as the opportunities and savings – before signing any contract. It may sound obvious, but you’d be surprised how many people will eagerly sign up for a ‘good deal’ without fully understanding the full extend of their commitment.

2019 UPDATE: We just overhauled our Thousand Trails article on Zone Camping Passes with the latest information and prices. Jump over and read it here.

Final Comments

If you are considering buying a TT membership upgrade at any time in the future – say if you decide to go full-time and/or after you have decided you like TT enough to buy an upgrade – you have a couple of options:

  1. You can buy a discounted resale membership upgrade direct from Campground Membership Outlet (average $2K–3K) at any time and you do NOT need to be a Zone Pass member first to qualify, thus saving on this initial $565 expense. This means you can put this money toward a Membership Upgrade from Day 1 as long as you are confident this is the best option for you.
  2. If you prefer to buy a New TT membership upgrade direct from TT ($5.5K–$10K+) and don’t mind paying the extra $$ over a resale, you WILL need to be a TT Zone Pass holder first, so do consider this when doing your budgeting and overall anticipated expenditure. In this case, the 4 year plan with reduced annual dues for the first 4 years may be a good option for you.

If you are a full-time RVer (or plan to be soon) and are unsure whether a Zone Pass or Membership Upgrade (whether resale or new) is the best option for you, then we recommend you read the two articles below first as they will answer many questions you are likely to have.

Is a Thousand Trails Zone Pass right for you?

All about Thousand Trails Membership Upgrades – Elite, Platinum, VIP etc

And of course, you can always ask more questions in the comments section of the articles or email us. We’ll share our answers as best we can.

Finally, please note that we cannot guarantee if or when TT will honor a BOGO promotion outside of their advertised promotional period, nor can we guarantee that you will get bonuses such as additional Encore properties or Zone Switch option. We simply hope that by sharing what we were able to negotiate it will give you an idea of what may be possible and what to ask for. Don’t be afraid to ask questions like “Do you have any other offers or bonuses that would help seal the deal for me to make my purchase today?”

Who knows, you may be able to negotiate an even sweeter deal than we did! If so, do let us know – we’d love to hear about it!

Who to Contact to buy a TT Membership

To buy the TT Zone Pass

You can make direct contact with our trusted sources within TT Jim and Brandy Reneau (770-622-4188) – who are known for being able to pull off deals even better than listed on the website. We have met them in person and we like their approach as their focus is on helping people get the right membership for their individual needs, as opposed to trying to ‘make a sale’ – like others we’ve encountered, then walked away feeling queasy. And we’ve let them know what the people reading this article will be looking to get, so they should be able to get you the best deal available – just tell them you got the scoop from RVLove and they’ll know what we’ve suggested you try to negotiate (saves you having to haggle too hard!).

To buy a TT Membership Upgrade Resale, call Chad Hoel or Kim Hoel on 800-272-0401 or click their names to email. Let them know that you have read our articles – that way they will have a good understanding of what you already know so they can fill in any gaps and help guide you to a membership that is the best fit for your travel needs and budget.

How to say thanks

If you found this post helpful, end up buying a TT membership and you feel inspired to say ‘thanks’ please feel free to say you were referred by us: Marc & Julie Bennett, TT Member Number 298683360. They may send us a VISA Gift card which will buy us a round of drinks. Naturally, we never expect this but it’s always a very welcome bonus which we’ll graciously accept as we toast you and your new membership 🙂 Maybe we’ll meet up at a campground sometime!

We hope that’s been helpful for you! We know it can be a bit of a minefield trying to make sense of it all and, of course, we all want to get the best deal that we can.

And while we’re aware that Thousand Trails may not be for everyone, personally we’ve been very happy with them in the 3 years we’ve been members as it’s saved us a ton of money (literally thousands of dollars in camping fees), we’ve enjoyed many long stays (up to 4 weeks at a time) at some great campgrounds plus we’ve made many wonderful friends who we continue to reconnect with along our travels. Somehow, being a member based group seems to make all the difference in people being extra friendly and warm.

Oh, and in case you were wondering, we have no relationship or affiliation with Thousand Trails aside from being paying members who use them frequently and are happy with what we get for our money. We just can’t help ourselves when it comes to sharing tips and tricks that we’ve learned along the way and especially ways to save money!

Good luck! 🙂

Still got questions?

Please leave them in the comments section below so the answers can be public and shared for everyone’s benefit.

43 thoughts on “How to get best deal on a Thousand Trails Zone Pass”

  1. One major complaint I have heard about TT is that reservations at some parks are non-exsistent. One may be able to secure one or two nights or no nights! For full timers like us who really do not want to make reservations months in advance this may be a huge issue for us, true or not true?

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    • All depends on when and where. If you are trying to stay at popular places and at peak times, naturally they will book up sooner – as is the case with all campgrounds everywhere – TT or not. Especially as RVing becomes more popular. Saying “reservations at some parks is non-existent” and a generalization and untrue. Be wary of people who make sweeping general statements without specific examples and facts to back them up. Reservations DO exist at all parks – but expecting to get every res you want anywhere at anytime without notice is just not reasonable. Anywhere. Those in high demand will always book up first. We tend to make our reservations in advance and move them around as it gets closer, depending on our schedule. We don’t stay in TT all the time, ye helps subsidize ALL of our camping costs. But we sure do like being able to stay there as much as we can and it saves us thousands every year. We have reservations in the system through to August/September, but will likely change them around some as it gets closer. We have been members for 5 years and it works well for us. TT isn’t perfect, but financially it would be hard for us to full-time without it. If you book with at least some notice – especially outside of the peak periods, like Florida in the winter – you should be able to get reservations without too much of a problem. Booking window depends on your membership type. We have an Elite with 120 day advance booking window (90 for some campgrounds). Hope that helps!

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  2. Great article. My questions are as following:
    1. If you buy RE-SALE membership, do you have to pay anything extra to TT ????

    2. Can you purchase the Odyssey membership like the Elite???

    I have a friend that I finally convinced to go Full-Time with me. They told me about your site and have read it all. They are concerned about the pricing. I recommend to start no low than Elite. So with I have told them and this article, I think they are ready to join. Thanks Again for a wonderful article.

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    • Hi there,

      In answer to your questions:
      1. The price on re-sale memberships will have the Thousand Trails transfer fee (typically $750) included in the total price quoted. You would not pay anything direct to TT. The broker handles everything and goes via escrow. They will be transparent about all that with you.
      2. If there is an Odyssey membership available through the broker, then sure you should also be able to buy that, but I believe they are fairly new and so may not be available…. it is completely variable and based on supply/demand.

      If your friend is concerned about pricing, a resale Elite is a great way to go – or even a VIP or Platinum – it will depend on where and how they plan to travel. Kim at Campground Membership Outlet is excellent at helping people get into the right memberships. For example, if they don’t plan on spending much time on the east coast, they may not need the Elite as that is what has most of the east coast parks. Glad to know the article helped them! Thanks for your kind words. Happy Trails!

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  3. Is there any way to buy an Encore membership instead? We spend a lot of time in Florida and Ga and there are so many Encores but not many TT’s. Thanks!

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    • Hello Dallas,
      Thousand Trails memberships can provide discounts on Encore parks, and there is another membership called Ready Camp Go to consider as well. Chad and Kim at Campground membership outlet (mentioned in our other Thousand Trails article regarding upgraded memberships) can help provide additional detail after you read that second article.
      Thank you,
      Marc

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  4. You guys rock! My Dad had one of the original TT memberships many years ago and swore by the savings it gave him over 6 years of FT RVing. Now we’re considering dipping our toes in the water with some snowbird RVing and maybe a possible move to FT in the future. This article was a great in helping us understand the options that are now available and I really appreciate the contacts as well – we’ll be sure to pass along your name as a reference!

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  5. Hi Marc and Julie!

    So grateful I came across your posts on TT today…I have been stressing a bit about anticipated RV park costs as we prepare to go full-time in June. Since we are uncertain at this point whether we will continue after the first year, your info about getting a BOGO on Zone Passes + bonuses was PERFECT. I think that is how we will most likely start out here in the next few weeks…and I will absolutely mention your names when I talk to Jim.

    Thank you so much for your thorough and enlightening post! I believe it will make this next year traveling with my family even more enjoyable and stress free.

    Hope to see you on the road! Cheers.

    Todd

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    • HI Todd, SO glad to hear this was helpful and gave you some peace of mind, knowing your camping costs can be managed through TT is a huge benefit to us RVers. Say hi to Jim, he will take care of you 🙂 Enjoy your travels and yay for no stress! See you on the road!

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  6. Julie-
    I’m soon to be a Mississippi Resident, thus not eligible for the TT passes. Does TT offer other memberships in which I could use?
    (P/T camper w/ 3-5 yr contract) would be great, thanks.

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    • HI Kenneth, I think you emailed me separately withy our question and I answered you, yes? If not, then anyone is eligible to buy a TT membership, but they don’t have any campgrounds in Mississippi – if you travel to other states you could use them there where TT has campgrounds.

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  7. Julie, thank you for the research and time you have committed to explaining the TT memberships. The TT site is vague and not that helpful, by design I’m sure. I plan on calling your contact person in the next few days and I’ll be sure to mention your name. Thanks again! Kelly

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    • Hi Kelly, yes I suspect you are right about being ‘vague and not helpful, by design’ – glad you found the info helpful and rest assured – the contacts I have shared numbers/email for in the article will take good care of you. Thank you for your note and for mentioning our name, always appreciated. Cheers! Julie

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  8. Julie and Marc–thanks for all the work you did and for sharing your analysis with the rest of us! One thing I’m wondering about and haven’t seen addressed is: how difficult (or easy!) have you found it to make reservations when and where you’d like? Our experience years ago with a different camping membership was challenging–we could rarely get a reservation, which meant we had “free” camping privileges but mostly ended up paying to camp in other parks. What’s your experience been with TT?

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    • Hi Donna, so glad you found the article useful! That is an excellent question and I’m happy to answer. We have never had a problem getting a booking at TT unless it’s last minute during peak season at popular parks. We tend to make advance reservations anyway (and often adjust dates slightly as the time draws near) and even when we just had a zone pass (60 day advance res window) we always got the reservations we wanted. Even at peak times. Now we have an Elite membership we can book 120 days ahead so I always get reservations. If you show up without a reservation at many popular parks (especially during peak) they may not have availability eg. Thousand TRails Palm Springs during winter – but it’s never been an issue for us. Hope that helps!

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  9. Just was you to know how much my husband and I appreciated you breaking down the various memberships. We had been with Outdoor World for 25 years. We are planning to start rving again and spoke with Jim Randell who was very informed about the various memberships. Thank you for your information.

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    • Great thanks for letting us know! We really enjoy our TT membership, we started with a Zone pass and now have an Elite upgrade (which we bought as a resale, saving a few thousand dollars) so if you are planning to RV full-time, I would recommend you also read that article. If not going full-time then the Zone Pass is a fantastic option and excellent value. Hope you enjoy it too!

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  10. We read all your TT articles and armed with this info we were able to snag 2 zones (running special right now), zone switching option, and
    6 Encore properties in Florida! It helps to know what to ask for. Thanks for all your work, it really helped us newbie full timers. Hope to see you out there. I gave your referral info so you should get a $50.00 gift.
    Love your other content too.
    Thanks again,
    Bob

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    • HI Bob, wow you got a bonus 6 parks in Florida – that is AMAZING! Nice negotiating my friend. Really great bargain you got there! Thanks for sharing our info – we’ll toast you over a nice dinner! Cheers and enjoy the benefits and savings!

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  11. Hi Guys!
    Thanks for sharing all the wonderful information. I have a question (sorry if its been answered or if I missed it in the blogs)…

    For the upgraded TT membership, example the elite, where you can stay 21 nights before going to another TT site. Can you hop between the same two TT sites every 21 nights indefinitely? Or at least several months?

    We are thinking of RVing full-time for a couple years. I’m a registered nurse and can do travel nursing, but would have to stay in the general area of my assignments for 13 weeks at a time. So just wondering if we were at an assignment and had 2 TT sites nearby if we can hop back and forth at the same sites, every 21 nights?

    Thank you!

    Ron

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    • Hi Ron, our pleasure. Yes with an Elite (or any of the other upgrade resale options like Platinum, VIP) you can theoretically hop between TT parks 21 days at a time. The only exception might be if you were staying in parks affected by the high use restriction in peak periods. For example: Palm Springs, CA, Any TT Florida parks in the winter… or a handful of the Oregon and other popular parks during the peak summer holiday periods. TT only lets you have 2 high use reservations in the system at any time, so for example peak periods and holidays like Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s etc. Also during the peak periods, like Florida in the winter, you have to stay out of a part 28 days before returning (it’s usually 7 to return to the same park). It probably would not present a problem most of the time but you might need to have a back up plan during those times. That said, there is one membership option that you can buy on the resale market where high use restrictions don’t apply (I can’t remember if it’s the VIP or Platinum, it’s one of those, maybe VIP?) but if you call Chad at Campground Membership Outlet he’ll be able to clarify. Let him know we said hi and that we said he would get you sorted with a great membership for your needs. Hope that helps Good luck!

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  12. Hi Julie, my husband and we’re just talking about TT, wondering if we should buy a zone or two on the east coast. We live NY and our house has been put up for sale and thought the passes might be helpful while exploring the east coast before heading west. Of course where we head will be determined by when we sell the house. We will look into this and will definitely give your names as referrers. Ta muchly for taking the time to share with us, your readers.

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    • Yes the zone pass it a great low cost investment to get started and see how you like it (TT campgrounds). Be sure to get the 2 for 1 deal (and extras) but if anyone can swing it for you out of an official promo period, it’s Jim. We enjoyed our time on the east coast as well as west…

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  13. as usual a very informative post thank you so much .We enjoy reading your blog !
    In our preparation to full time we have thought about membership camping. This provides a lot of information but one question also. We have a 40 foot motorhome and will be pulling a 25 foot long car hauler . Our overall connected length will be 65 feet.
    My question is From your stays in many thousand trail parks have you found that to be a limiting factor or just plain not possible at all in many TT parks.? Having the car trailer is a limiting factor for us to be sure but one we find we must deal with at this time.
    Thanks again for your wonderful blog keep posting, we will keep reading !

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    • Great – glad you found it helpful. We have friends with a similar setup to you and they stay at TT often. Some parks you will be limited (eg. Oakzanita Springs in CA is difficult for any rig 40′ or over, regardless of trailer/toad) but a great many will be able to accommodate you and your trailer just fine. I would recommend calling ahead of time to check before you make your reservations. Perhaps TT Member Services has some info on how many of the 80 campgrounds can accommodate rigs of your size – give them a call to ask. Good luck and thanks for the positive feedback!

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      • Most parks has an OVERFLOW parking for extra vehicle. I have NEVER used it but giving them a call and see if there are any additional charges.

        Also the Bennett’s, very nice article. Wish I knew this info before up-grading to Odyssey. I like the 28 days stay at a time, then park to park.

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        • Yes, good point – thanks for the tip! 28 days park to park would be very nice indeed. We can only do 28 days twice a year by paying $29 for the extra week on top of 21 days. But to be honest we have only used that privilege once in 2 years… we get itchy feet after 3 weeks! LOL

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  14. Bought the TT BOGO just as you described. Asked for everything that you said to ask for and got it! 1 year commitment, 2 zones + one Encore property with zone switch option. We are brand new, bought our RV in March, planning on being on the road most of this year and going full time early next year (selling our house, etc.). Thanks for the great site!
    -Louis

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      • Hi Julie, I purchased via the call center. I overlooked your recommendation for Jim and your TT number – doh. I felt terrible because I benefited so much from your post, so I called my rep @TT back and had him add you and Mark as the referrers and gave him your TT number (yesterday). Hopefully everything falls in place and you get the referral – it’s the least we, your readers, can do!

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    • Hi Sharon, I am not quite sure what you mean as you don’t get a ‘discount’ so much as much cheaper overall camping because of the membership options. Once you pay your membership/annual fee, TT is free (or $3 a night for Zone Pass after first 30 nights). I would say the average non TT campground costs $30-40 a night and we would average paying $5-$10 a night at TT overall. Hope that helps. If you haven’t already, suggest you read our posts on Thousand Trails membership types which explain in quite a lot of detail the costs, benefits and structure. Just click the related TT image at the top of our website (revolving images) to go to the article for upgrades, there is a link to the in depth Zone Pass article from there too.

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  15. You guys are the best! I’m still a couple of years away from purchasing an RV but I learn a lot from those of you willing to share your experiences. Thanks!

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