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wildwood32

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Posted: 01/04/12 02:43pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Just purchased a membership to a camp resort in my area,I got my card and it says that I am a coast to coast membership.Is there and official website for them?Is is still in operation?Looking for any information on it.Thanks.


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Posted: 01/04/12 02:46pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Is it this one?

http://www.coastresorts.com/Index.cfm


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Old-Biscuit wrote:

C2C

Been using them, RPI & AOR for almost 5yrs.
Great IF you full time OR use them frequently.

Hope you bought your home park membership via resale!
Yes I did,got it for $500.Maintance fee of 300 a year and a resort only 10 miles from home,and camp for free,stay on for 2 weeks and then off 1 and back on 2 weeks.I will get my money out of it.But was wondering the perks of the coast to coast that came with it.It says on my paperwork that is is not a rpi or a deluxe,what are the differences in them?

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skylos wrote:

They're certainly less than obvious about how much it costs. What is buying a membership 'via resale' mean?
You can buy them from another owner,mine went for origionaly from I don't know how long ago,for $6442,from what I understand is that they could be bought up to 3 generations,which could be passed down to family members,but if you sold it then it would lose a generation,so if Grandma and grampa bought a 3 generation and passed it to his kid,his kid would have it for himself,and if he wanted to pass it to his kid.If grandpa sold it then it would lose a generation,go from a 3 to a 2 and so on until it gets to a 1 generation which means it can't be sold again.Mine is now only 1 generation so that is why it was so cheap,I can't hand it down to my kid.

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They're certainly less than obvious about how much it costs. What is buying a membership 'via resale' mean?

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Posted: 01/04/12 02:50pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

C2C

Been using them, RPI & AOR for almost 5yrs.
Great IF you full time OR use them frequently.

Hope you bought your home park membership via resale!

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Posted: 01/04/12 08:25pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We've been C2C members since 1990. We use it quite often but we do not travel out of our way to use a C2C resort. The only drawback I don't like is you have to make reservations @ least 3 days in advance. Our home park went tits up so we had to find a new home, been a member of that new home for 7 yrs & have been to it yet. Cost us $90 a year + the $89 C2C fee, so we feel it's cheap enough to keep it for us to use for our travels. We stay about 25-30 nights a year in C2C parks saving us bout 600 bucks in CG fees.


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We purchased our C to C membership through a resale. Got in for a low price to a home park in Ga. that we have only stayed at once and our annual fees are only $50.00 per year plus the C to C annual fee. We get to stay at some beautiful resorts using the C to C membership for $10.00 a night. Many times while on the road we just have called a resort directly and they have given us the C to C price. Sometimes they won't let you use your points, but just pay the $10 cash and all is good. Check Ebay for the resales.


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Posted: 01/04/12 05:22pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Via resale.........pennies on the dollar for same privilege/rights as somebody buying directly from a membership CG.

Just google 'campground membership for sale'

You have to have a 'home' park membership in order to have the affiliate programs ie: Coast to Coast (C2C), Resorts of Distinction (ROD), Resorts Park Inc. (RPI), Adventure Outdoor Resorts (AOR).

You have to maintain your 'home' park membership and then pay yearly dues to affiliates to use them.

Depending on program/affiliate you can stay up to 1 week or 2 weeks at participating CG's across the US for $10/15 per night....costs extra for 50A/Cable and occasionally sewer. Have to make reservations in order to get the discounted rate. Yearly dues differ but $89 gets you the 1 week and $139 gets you the upgraded 2 week option

We FT and use them a LOT..really cuts down on park fees. We also use Passport America, Corp Of Engineer CG's and boondock.

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