Category: State & National Parks

There are over 50 breathtaking Nationa Parks in the United States with unique adventures to experience at each.  Follow the Good Sam Club across our recommended spots and the many ways to enjoy these unsung natural oases’.

Chattanooga, Tennessee, view from Lookout Mountain at twilight.

Family-Friendly Vacation Trips in Georgia & Tennessee

Looking for some family-friendly vacation trips in the Southeast?  We have you covered and will explore some destinations in Georgia and Tennessee. Georgia Family-Friendly Vacation Trips- Forests & Beaches As an RV traveler, you may only know Georgia and the region around its capital city Atlanta, as an area to try to avoid during rush
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Autumn sunrise in the Smoky Mountains National Park.

Camping in the Smoky Mountains

Celebrated as one of the most beautiful places on earth, this Great Smoky Mountains National Park abounds with stunning biodiversity and expansive views. Before you begin on your epic hiking adventure, visit one or all of the five visitor centers. Four are located within the national park at Cades Cove, Oconaluftee, Sugarlands and Clingmans Dome.
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Saguaro cactuses tower over a desert landscape as the sun sets on the horizon.

More Good Sam Parks Let You Stay and Save at Spectacular Places

Enjoy savings at more Good Sam Parks in fantastic destinations. RV road trippers can chart a course for savings by staying at Good Sam Parks across North America. In August, 14 new Good Sam Parks in North America now offer 10 percent discounts to club members. Members can put those savings into a new kayak,
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Kayaking in the clear waters of Manatee Springs State Park.

4 New Good Sam Parks Extend Value to Travelers

New Good Sam Parks means more value and discounts to RVers. The Good Sam Park Network welcomed four new RV Parks in May, each now offering a 10 percent discount to club members. With more RV parks added to Good Sam’s 2,400-plus park network, members have more opportunities than ever to benefit from North America’s
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