Originally Posted by BAMA & Pachyderm Posse
RV time shares are they worth it ? is one a lot better than the other (coast to coast ,Thousand Trails, Colorado River Adventure Deluxe RV Campgrounds Timeshares, ) or any of the others out there ? I need input your thoughts and experiences . thanks.
All of these groups have pit falls as I see it. If you belong one you'll automatically always look for one of their places. We travel a lot in the winter, head south. I feel that we would miss a lot of neat places my wanting to stay in one of parks associated with one those groups.
Further more our nightly cost would up. This last winter we averaged $7.50 per night over almost a 100 days.
Think about it closely or better yet hold off until you've used your trailer enough to know what kind places you want to stay. Some of us prefer National Parks, county parks, and National Forest campgrounds to RV Parks. Others want the swimming pool and club house of RV parks (resorts).