I bought the package and it's well worth it. Especially if you like to camp a lot. Their are several campgound around the United States that you can camp at and they are free once you buy the package. I stayed at the Kzoo site about a dozen times last year and they had lots of activities for the kids and adults. It is a members only camp ground and so are the other ones.They have a very nice lodge with Wifi, kitchen and big screen TV. Bathrooms and showers are alway clean. Once you purchase a membership, it is good for life and you can put it in your will and pass it to your kids. There is a quartly fee, which I pay only $45. This is locked in for life also. I am not sure what the fee's are now, but it really depends on how good you are at negotiating. We haven't checked out any of the other campgrounds yet, but we plan to this year.
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If you didn't become a member why are you commenting? This membership is the only thing like it in the world, and has helped my family and i take trips we never thought were possible before. Ive been to Australia, Japan, the Netherlands, and countless nights of camping. Just because your biggest vacation was to this place for some free stuff, don't talk down on a good thing, please and thank you!
People do not understand that this is a time share. When you buy the membership to American Campgrounds you still have to pay dues whether you use it or not. I have owned my for about 10 years. We used it a lot at the beginning but have not in the last two years. We still own the time share whether we like it or not. It is just like any other time share you buy.