Hi, we just joined Coast to Coast last week and I was curious how others like it that have been members for awhile. Also, wanted to know about using KOA's with our discount and other resorts.
We've been members for just over two years and have been very happy. We have C2C and Good Neighbor with our particular membership. KOA is not part of the mix. Depending on where you are going, the campgrounds may be a little off the beaten track, but you can't beat $6 or $10 for full hookups. Good luck.
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We have been in C2C for over 10 years and use it all the time. Like any other membership park system there are some fantastic parks and some horrible ones. We are leaving in a few days for a 5 week trip and all but 4 or 5 days will be in C2C campgrounds so the savings are there if you use them.
Ask around when you are camping and get others opinion of what parks are good and bad, that way you can go to the better ones and leave out the bad ones.
When you are traveling do we have access to resorts also? We are leavin for Florida on the 17th and have reservations on Daytona Beach, but am willing to change if we can use our membership somewhere ....
You should have your pick of C2C parks in Florida this time of year, most are half empty except for the Orlando area, we just made reservations at St. Augustine for next week with no problem,(The Beachcomber, nice park).
We've been members at OAI for 5.5 years now. And are c2c deluxe and aor members. U didn't say if your membership was just for lakeshore or for all 14 parks. We've been to CA., NY., NC., all of them in MI, and Canada. C2c parks are few and far between when traveling, for overnite camping, but great destination parks. If your not in a hurry, some people plan their route following c2c parks. U can save alot of money that way, if u have the time. If u didn't get any coupons, u can buy some at the store at lakeshore. You'll need them, your home park membership card, and your c2c card to get a site at a c2c cg. Check your campground directory. You can also do driving directions from the c2c web site to find cg's along the way, and for destination cg's. C2c is a good thing. So do some research, find some cg's, and go use what u spent your money on.
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Hey rver2, which 14 parks? My OAI membership only lists 5. Am I missing out? And how do you manage to get a site? Any time from May to October we have to reserve a month in advance to get a site at all (and half the time still can't get a reservation) and have to get there by 3:00 to get any decent site choice. What is the trick? Or do you have to be retired so you can be free to camp at any time? But the few times we have gottten into Lakeshore we have found friendly campers and a pleasant stay. Oh, what are the new changes happening? We have heard grapevine rumors, but haven't been contacted by C2C or OAI. Thanks