Thousand Trails Escape Membership – What You Need To Know

If you’re looking for a more affordable way to camp in your RV travels, you may want to consider the new, more budget-friendly program called Thousand Trails Escape Membership.

We will explain how it compares to their other membership offerings, and who the Escape Membership is ideal for. But if you’re not already familiar with Thousand Trails, here’s a quick overview.

Thousand Trails is a network of about 80 campgrounds divided across five zones/regions in North America. You can stay in any of the campgrounds within the region covered by your membership for no nightly fee.

Thousand Trails: A Quick Overview

The three main benefits of the Escape membership are a longer reservation booking window, frozen membership dues, and a cabin stay rebate.

The New Thousand Trails Escape Membership

The new Thousand Trails Escape membership has most of the same limitations as the zone pass but extends the reservation window from 60 days to 90 days.

Escape membership’s longer reservation period

Like other upgrade memberships, the new Escape membership will freeze those annual dues after you reach age 62. It is a nice benefit to know you will avoid increasing prices on your dues.

Frozen membership dues

Whether you need to stay in a cabin because your RV is in for repair, or you just want a different experience, this rebate can make it very affordable.

Cabin stay rebates

Like a Zone Camping Pass, the Escape membership limits stays to a maximum of 14 nights during a stay before needing to stay out of the system for seven days.

What Else You Need To Know About The New Thousand Trails Escape Membership

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