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RV clubs bring together owners of motorhomes, camper trucks, travel trailers, sport utility RVs, and pop up trailers to share a common interest. The Good Sam Club, the largest RV Club attracts owners of all types of RVs as well as tent campers. The Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) is restricted to owners of Class A motor homes while the WIT Club is for owners of Winnebago and Itaska motorhomes and Escapees is for full time RVers.


  • RV OEM or owners clubs are often sponsored by the manufacturers of RVs. They will sponsor caravans or rallies where all members own of a particular brand or model can share their experiences with their rigs and trade advice. At the larger gatherings the manufacturer may preview new RV models and provide factory service and warranty repairs.
  • Not-for-profit RV association clubs will welcome owners of RVs without regard to manufacturer. But they often bring together enthusiasts of a certain lifestyle or area of interest. This could include full-timers or military RVers, or owners of pop ups or bus conversions.
  • The for profit clubs are often national, professionally managed and offer benefits and services not available to smaller clubs. This could include travel services, RV insurance, RV financing, mail forwarding. Rather that promote the comradery of the club the discounts and savings are emphasized.
  • Other RV clubs specialize in providing discounts on campground fees or may be connected with timeshare resorts.


  • The Good Sam Club is the largest RV club in the world with over one million members.
  • The first RV club was Tin Can Tourists which was organized in 1919. Members were recognized by a tin can soldered to the radiator cap of a member’s car.
  • The first American motor home was built in 1915 by a wealthy couple from Long Island, New York, according to Roger White, a historian with the Smithsonian Institution's Museum of American History. He adds that, in the early 1900s, Americans modified their automobiles to include cooking and sleeping gear so they could enjoy the comforts of home away from home.


  • Home Page features the national park of the week along with the list of previously featured parks.
  • National Park Index includes the list of the 387 National Park areas and the states or territories where they are located.
  • Camping Store offers one-stop shopping for all your camping needs - tents, outdoor cooking, binoculars, GPS units, grills, books and much more.
  • Travel Resources provide links to State Tourism sites, National Parks sites and other sites of interest.
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Featured RV Club

The Good Sam Club is the biggest RV club in the world with over one million members. The Good Sam Club offers its members discounts at parks & campgrounds, discounts on RV parts & accessories, RV insurance and financing and much more. Learn more ...

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The Good Sam RV Emergency Road Service (ERS) is the most comprehensive RV road service available, providing towing and road service for RVs and all household Cars, minivans, SUVs, pickups and boat trailers.

The Good Sam Continued Service Plan (CSP) is a full-service mechanical breakdown insurance plan that covers the coach, engine, appliances, and accessories.

Good Sam VIP is an RV Insurance plan designed for RVs, tow vehicles and all vehicles in the RVers household. Learn more about the Good Sam Club

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