Im looking in to purchase a membership with Resort Parks International, for $495.00 sign up fees which includes the first years home park and the first year of Passport America. Home park fees will be frozen at $99.00 a year. Has anybody had any dealings with this company. Any Help would be appreciated.
We have been members of RPI and C2C for several years and have been quite pleased with the parks we have visited. The cost to join RPI is only about $70/year though. I think probably that $495.fee is the cost to join your home park which then makes you elegible to join RPI or C2C or both. The $99 annual maintenance fee to your home park sound very reasonable. Sounds like a pretty good deal to me, I would go for it.
We signed up at the Caverns RV Resort a little over a year ago for $399 for 4 years, including RPI dues, PA and another similar club. RPI dues are $65 a year, and PA $39. We have used the RPI a few times, and it works ok, you may not get the choice spots in the parks, they save those for their members. We stayed at our home park for a week, and it was ok. Stayed a week in Branson, but were stuck out in the open with no shade, but had 50amps and W&S, so it was ok. I would probably do it again, I still have three years left, and guaranteed to renew for the same price.
Forrest & Donna
01 F350 PSD 4x4, 01 3670 Montana Big Sky
Thats a good price if you really are not interested in a homepark system..and want one in Texas or Montana...thats were they had them the past couple years. We are RPI and Coast to Coast and paid over $10,000 for our resorts because we were not very smart. Actually RPI and CCR duplicate each other. As members of CCR we dropped RPI..since they were the same but have traveled the US three times using CCR. No problems in most place except in the south in the winter when snow birds are there and parks are full. Best of luck.
My husband and I have been RPI members since October. We have a 9 1/2 year membership and our home park is The Caverns. We haven't had a chance to visit the park yet, but we have stayed in a few RPI and NACO parks. We're very satisfied with our membership.
We recently spent 3 nights at the RPI in Pahrump, Nevada. We liked it so well that we'll be making another visit before our year is up. Our next visit there will be a seven-day stay. The park was wonderful, the staff great, and the guests very friendly.
I can't imagine anyone not having a camping membership. It's too expensive to travel now with the gas prices rising. The prices for the RV parks are at least $20 or more. RPI rates are great.
I know that I sound like a salesperson. I'm just putting in my 2 cents.
Have a great day and get out and visit the RPI parks, you won't be disappointed.
Hi folks, I too belong to The Caverns Resort in Arizona. I don't know why they are charging you $399.00 for four years. I pay $220.00 for life. I have had some unpleasant dealings with them and I am not satisfied with the service. And I am looking for another park to join.
A concerned camper.
Ron & Linda
Just left Caverns..nice park although above ground pool...very near lots of tourist areas and Mexico. Was a nice two weeks there..Met others that used the system to travel using
RPI also ...they got a good deal at that price. They no longer sell Coast to Coast..and now are pushing an new one called AOR