Oregon Recreation and Travel Information

Nationwide RV Travel Clubs

Many RVers relish the idea of finding solitude and getting away from it all. But they also enjoy striking up new friendships and sharing their passion for the RV lifestyle with like-minded travelers.

List of Clubs

Camping clubs open up new worlds, offering camaraderie and a sense of belonging. Leading national clubs, like the Good Sam Club and Family Motor Coach Association, offer a long list of benefits, from campground discounts to emergency road service. Even with a large national organization, it's easy to get involved by participating in local chapter activities.

Smaller clubs operate more like a social organization than a business; some target specific groups. Loners on Wheels, for example, serves the single traveler, counting 3,000 members nationwide. In addition to nine annual rallies, 400 regional campouts are organized within this group.

Major RV manufacturers sponsor camping clubs whose members own that particular brand of recreational vehicle. Club benefits may include trip routing, discounted RV insurance, a newsletter, mail forwarding, and road service. These clubs sponsor rallies and tours for local chapters and the national membership.

Once a year, most brand-name clubs sponsor a national rally. For long time members, this can be like "old home week." Festivities sometimes include seminars on "home" improvement, (and related topics on vehicle maintenance and operation), musical entertainment, meals together, etc.

You're the only one that knows how you prefer to travel in your RV. Write to the clubs listed below. We advise that you look over their material, perhaps go on an outing with the group, then decide if RVing with a club is right for you!

Below is a selective list of camping clubs whose membership rolls include RV'ers from across the country:

Escapees Club
100 Rainbow Drive
Livingston, TX 77351
(409) 327-8873

Family Motor Coach Association (motorhome owners only)
8291 Clough Pike
Cincinnati, OH 45244
(513) 474-3622 or (800) 543-3622

Good Sam Club
P.O. Box 6060
Camarillo, CA 93011
(805) 389-0300

International Family Recreation Association
P.O. Box 6279
Pensacola, FL 32503
(904) 944-7864

Loners of America (for singles)
P.O.Box 3314
Napa, CA 94558-0331
(888) 805-4562

Loners on Wheels (for singles)
P.O. Box 1355
Poplar Bluff, MO 63902
FAX (314) 785-2420

Family Campers and RVers
4804 Transit Rd., Blgd. 2
Depew, NY 14043
(716) 668-6242

National RV Owners Club
P.O. Drawer 6279
Pensacola, FL 32503
(904) 944-7864

North American Family Campers Association
P.O. Box 2701
Springfield, MA 01101
(413) 283-4742

RV Elderhostel
75 Federal St.
Boston, MA 02110
(617) 426-7788

RVing Women Inc.
PO Box 1940
Apache Junction, AZ 85217
1-888-55-RVING or 602-983-4678
e-mail: RVingWomen@juno.com
web: http://www.RVingWomen.com

SMART (Special Military Active Retired Travel Club)
600 University Office Blvd., Suite 1A
Pensacola, FL 32504
(904) 478-1986

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