RV Clubs

Clubs give recreational vehicle enthusiasts a way to connect with others and provide services important for the enjoyment of the RV lifestyle.

Each club has its own unique set of services, but in general you can find the following in common:

  • Member discounts at RV parks
  • Various services such as mail forwarding, voice mail, and more
  • Group RV camping and special events
  • Club magazine and other publications

Good Sam Club

The Good Sam Club is the largest in the US, with chapters in Canada, claiming about one million members. With such a large membership, they are able to provide the longest list of member services.

For a complete list of services, please visit the Good Sam Club web site. Here is a short list of the most notable benefits:

  • Largest network of parks, campgrounds, and merchants offering discounts
  • RV financing, insurance, and emergency road service (ERS) available
  • Florida residency for those taking advantage of the mail forwarding service (see Postal Mail)
  • Free trip routing and planning, including estimated fuel costs
  • Local club chapters
  • Online discussion forum

Escapees RV Club

The Escapees RV Club is another major US club. If you see an RV with Texas plates far from Texas, they just might be fulltimers with a permanent Escapees mail forwarding address.

For a complete list of services, please visit the Escapees RV Club web site. Here is a short list of the most notable benefits:

  • Excellent mail forwarding services
  • Discount pharmacy drug program
  • Educational seminars
  • Texas residency for those taking advantage of the mail forwarding service (see Postal Mail)
  • Free Escapees.com permanent email address
  • Local club chapters
  • Online discussion forum

Specialty RV Clubs

The following clubs focus on narrower interests, such as a certain RV type, brand, or other interest.

  • Alfa Lonestars: The Alfa Lonestars is a club for Alfa RV owners. They currently enroll members from Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Louisiana, and Arkansas.
  • Alfa Roadrunners: The Alfa Roadrunners are a non-regional RVing group. Members are full-time/half-time/part-time campers in Alfa RVs across the USA and Canada.
  • Alfa Sunrisers: A group of Alfa manufactured motor home and fifth wheel RV owners.
  • Allegro Club: The Allegro Club is the official membership organization of Tiffin motor home owners.
  • Bounders United: Bounders United offers you fun and friendship. Its stated purpose is "to promote and facilitate the ownership and use for pleasure, of Bounder motorhomes..."
  • Family Campers and RVers (was National Campers & Hikers Association (NCHA)): Known as the "Friendliest People in the World", FCRV is an organization dedicated to camping fellowships, the preservation of our international heritage, and the strengthening of family bonds through shared activities in the out-of-doors. Stresses conservation and wild life refuges.
  • Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA): A club for motor home owners, offering benefits like magazine, mail forwarding, RV insurance, and more.
  • Foretravel Motorcade Club: Foretravel, Inc. sponsors one of today's largest and most active owners clubs. Known as the Foretravel Motorcade Club, it has individual chapters throughout the nation. To be a member you must own a Foretravel.
  • Gulf Streamers International RV Club: Become a member of the Gulf Streamers and enjoy your Gulf Stream RV to the fullest!
  • Holiday Rambler RV Club (HRRVC): The Holiday Rambler Recreational Vehicle Club (HRRVC) is one of the leading clubs in the RV industry with more than 300 active chapters with numerous Special Interest Chapters and thousands of members located across the United States and Canada. If you own a Holiday Rambler product (motorhome, fifth wheel or travel trailer) you are eligible to join HRRVC
  • International Truck Camper Owners Association: We are NATCOA & INTCOA-Australia, organizations dedicated to the promotion of the "Truck Camper" or "Slide-On" as the preferred RV choice.
  • Mandalay Travel Club: A chapter of Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA), The Mandalay Travel Club Chapter exists to promote social, recreational and informational exchange activites that provide for the enjoyment and pleasurable use of family member coaches.
  • Mavericks RV Club: The Mavericks were originally a chapter of the Alfa Owners Club (formerly known as the Sundancers). With the demise of the Alfa manufacturer, the club opened membership to all RVers. They are a purely social RV club that enjoys visiting and experiencing outings generally within our central California region.
  • Monaco Coach Owners Association: Established for the enjoyment of Monaco coach owners.
  • Special Military Active Retired Travel Club (S*M*A*R*T): S*M*A*R*T is a nation-wide, not for profit veterans organization based on a common background of military service and an interest in the recreational vehicle (RV) lifestyle.
  • Sun Seekers RV Club: A chapter of the ALFA Owner's Club.
  • Winnebago-Itasca Travelers Club (WIT): Anyone who owns a Winnebago Industries motor home is eligible to join the Winnebago-Itasca Travelers Club (WIT).