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, a new fishing rod or bank it for the next big trip.
In all, there are more than 2,400 Good Sam Parks across the U.S. and Canada, and the network grows every month, spreading value to more and more places for members of North America’s premier RV organization.
If you’re not a Good Sam Club member, joining is easy. Purchase a membership at any Good Sam Park, or sign up online. New members get a $25 Camping Certificate for their next outing.
Add these new Good Sam Parks savings to your travel itinerary:
This RV park puts travelers near the heart of the Valley of the Sun, ground zero for Arizona’s culture and recreation. When they’re not out enjoying the local sports and recreation, guests will find lots to do in the 417-space park. Planned activities, pickleball, a rec hall and more help keep the party going. Schedule time for a shuffleboard game, attend a worship service or spruce up your vehicle at the self-serve RV wash.
What’s Nearby: Just 18 miles to the west lies Phoenix, with a slew of museums, major league sports teams and world-class restaurants. If you prefer outdoorsy pursuits, the open spaces around town accommodate adventure hikers, bikers and paddlers. Take a hike up Camelback Mountain for jaw-dropping views of the vibrant metropolis.
The name says it all. This small RV park at the base of Mount Shasta along Interstate 5 will make travelers feel welcome when they’re not out exploring the surrounding area’s forests and rivers. Set up camp in one of the 50 full-hookup sites and enjoy amenities like laundry, onsite RV service and RV storage. Enjoy outdoors game and nature trails.
What’s Nearby: Adventure seekers will feel summoned to iconic Mount Shasta, about 15 miles to the south. Visitors can hike up the trails that wind up the 14,179-foot peak, or simply bask in the mountain’s “energy vortex” (according to New Age gurus). You’ll also find plenty of adventure close to the RV park in the form of kayaking, mountain biking, boating and fishing.
This nicely appointed RV Park is well placed for folks eager to binge on some Florida’s top theme parks and attractions. The 55+ resort has 138 RV sites in a quiet environment for guests who want to enjoy travel at their own pace. Tone up at the exercise room, relax in the pool or play a competitive game of pick ball among like-minded travelers.
What’s Nearby: A short drive southeast on U.S. Route 27 takes visitors to the Orlando area, home to Disney World, the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Universal Studios. Slow things down a bit with fishing and boating in the nearby lakes — you could spend years exploring every body of water in the region. Brought your clubs? Ample golf courses in surrounding areas will keep you swinging into the sunset.
The staff at K&R RV Park are in it for the long haul; they cater to extended-stay residents, but they’re happy to accommodate folks who just need a place to stay for the night. As a result, the park fosters a hospitable environment with amenities like laundry and Wi-Fi. There are 10 pull-through sites.
What’s Nearby: Over the past century, Wichita has cemented its reputation as the aviation capital of the United States. Airplane buffs will be happy to learn that the park is close to heavyweights Spirit, Cessna and McConnell; take a factory tour to learn about top aircraft. Elsewhere, the city entertains visitors at its Old Town, Delano and South Commerce Street neighborhoods. The Keeper of the Plains Statue always is worth a visit.
This year-round RV park accommodates watercraft enthusiasts who come to take advantage of its location on the banks of Core Creek, connected to the Intracoastal Waterway. Boating and fishing docks sit on the water in the park’s marina. When guests aren’t playing on the deep blue, they can stream favorite movies on the park’s Wi-Fi. Twenty-eight spaces include fire rings and tables at site, along with rooms for slideouts; maximum length is 150 feet.
What’s Nearby: North Carolina’s Intracoastal Waterway is a playground for anglers with a hankering for striped bass, herring, shad and catfish. Adventurous sailors can chart a course for Morehead City and Atlantic Beach, situated on Emerald Isle. Paddlers can go kayaking and canoeing on Core Creek close to the RV park.
Sitting in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Rutledge Lake RV Resort puts guests close to the region’s top cultural attractions in a relaxed, scenic setting. The big-rig-friendly park accommodates large motorhomes and trailers, with 10 pull-throughs and lots of room for slide-outs in each of its 100 spaces. Lakefront sites are available.
What’s Nearby: Just 15 miles north lies the artist colony of Asheville, where restaurants serve up everything from homespun recipes to innovative cuisine. Art galleries and music venues inspire and entertain with local flair. Check out the Biltmore Estate to marvel at Gilded Age spectacle, or hit the many biking and hiking trails around town.
Look no further if you seek a small RV park surrounded by big country. With only 20 sites, guests can put up their feet and bask in the quiet of the Land of Enchantment’s wide-open southwest region. Owners of larger RVs can choose from 10 pull-through sites, and all can enjoy amenities that includes restrooms and showers, laundry and RV storage.
What’s Nearby: Ridgepark RV sits near the border of the 3.3-million-acre Gila National Forest, home to compelling cliff dwellings and rich in history: Both Geronimo and Billy the Kid hung out in the rugged hills and forests of this sprawling wilderness. Traverse the Whitewater Catwalk, which winds through chasms and over streams. Nearby, the town of Silver City pulses with an energetic art and entertainment scene that makes it seem a lot bigger than its population of 10,000 residents.
Family fun is the main order of business in Roundup Lake Campground, built on the banks of a 50-acre spring-fed lake. The 350-site park has a dock, boat rental, swimming area, paddle boats, pedal carts and a game room. Catch a big one or just relax in a site with a fire ring and table.
What’s Nearby: Mantua sits just 39 miles southeast of Cleveland and only 18 miles east of Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Take a day trip to the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame on the shores of Lake Erie, or explore deep forests and legendary waterway of Cuyahoga.
Camp where the wild things are. Shark Tooth RV Ranch sits right next to Sharkarosa Wildlife Ranch, a 126-acre non-profit zoo that’s home to bears, zebras, lemurs and other animals. After setting up camp in one of the 60 spaces, guests can see the animals and support an organization that rescues and supports beautiful creatures. Finish your day with a meal at the RV park’s onsite restaurant.
What’s Nearby: Just west of the RV park is Lake Ray Roberts, where anglers can catch largemouth bass, crappie and catfish on a 29,000-acre body of water. Prefer city life? Motor 53 miles south to Dallas, home to cowboys, skyscrapers and Texas-size restaurants and museums.
On the banks of the Pend Oreille River in eastern Washington sits an RV resort with the slogan, “Just Like Home. Except With Better Amenities.” Kalispel RV Resort in the town of Cusick performs the perfect balancing act between rustic charm and state-of-the-art comfort. With 33 roomy sites, Wi-Fi for each site and a store selling groceries and RV supplies, guests will have all they need for a relaxing stay. Oh, there’s also the adjacent Kalispel Casino, with slots, poker and lots of fun giveaways. Choose from dining options that include Birdshack Chicken and the Camas Center Deli.
What’s Nearby: If gambling isn’t your thing, no problem. The Pend Oreille River teems with largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, pike and other swimmers. Drop a line in the current and haul in your dinner for the evening. Folks who prefer a more active experience can launch a canoe or kayak from the park and get a good workout. The town of Cusick lies along the International Selkirk Loop, making Kalispel RV Resort an ideal stopping point.
Eight miles west of Spokane in eastern Washington, Northern Quest RV Resort brings Vegas-style excitement near the eastern border of the Evergreen State. Adjacent to the Northern Quest Resort & Casino, the RV resort has 67 high-end RV sites and 18 luxury cottages all with a full complement of amenities. After you’ve settled in, head to the casino for 24/7 gaming with 1,600 slot machines 37 live table games and remodeled, smoke-free pokers and gaming rooms. A spa, concerts and dining keeps guests busy amid all the high-stakes action.
What’s Nearby: Spokane easily ranks among the most scenic cities in Washington. See Riverfront Park and the Spokane Falls from the Skyride, which whisks guests over the town on gondolas suspended by cables. Epic outdoor adventures are just 35 miles northeast from downtown in Mount Spokane State Park. Cycle along more than 90 miles of bike and equestrian paths or trek through 100 miles of hiking trails. Savor jaw-dropping views of the Spokane Valley, Selkirk Mountains and the north Idaho panhandle.
This park puts guests near the heart of one of the Midwest’s vacation meccas. Located about 15 minutes to the north of the Dells downtown area, the 120-space Dells Camping Resort treats vacationers to a broad range of recreation facilities, included a heating pool, pond, fishing and mini-golf. Lift a drink at the cocktail lounge and stock up on ice and firewood.
What’s Nearby: Known as the waterpark capital of the world, the Wisconsin Dells rolls out the summer fun with waterslides that range from extreme to tame. The surrounding countryside is dotted with scenic attractions. Take a boat to tour on the Wisconsin River to see the actual “Dells” — stone bluffs that rise dramatically from the water.
Located close to the Trans-Canada Highway, Aspen Grove Campground in southwest Manitoba treats guests to spacious camping on Canada’s sprawling prairie. The park has 200 roomy spaces spread out along forested terrain, friendly staff and ample amenities that will make you want to extend your stay. Get firewood delivered to your site, use the laundry room and free showers, and stock up at the Aspen C Store.
What’s Nearby: About 80 miles to the south lies Turtle Mountain Provincial Park, a wonderland of forested hills canoe routes, biking trails and self-guided hiking trails. Climb Turtle’s Back Tower to get a panoramic view of the surrounding hills. A short drive to the south takes visitors to the International Peace Garden, a lush spot on the United States border that honors the longstanding harmony between the two nations. Closer to the RV park, Oak Lake offers boating and fishing fun.
Both English and French are spoken this coastal region of New Brunswick, but travelers from all backgrounds are welcome in this resort. Guests can choose from chalets, full-service RV sites, secluded outback camping and more. Take a five-minute stroll from the resort to enjoy the broad, sandy beach on the Northumberland Strait across from Prince Edward Island. Back at the resort, take in musical entertainment from popular artists along with several planned activities and amenities.
What’s Nearby: Several local attractions help introduce travelers to rich Acadian culture. Nearby, Le Pays de la Sagouine is a theatrical production that takes place in a recreated Acadian village on a tiny island on the Bouctouche River. Cross the bridge and enjoy rollicking music and entertainment while savoring a hearty meal. For outdoorsy pursuits, travelers can explore the biking and hiking trails that wind throughout the region.