Year-round Camping starting at $525!
Zone Camping Pass provides you and your family with year-round camping at Thousand Trails—America's premier network of private campgrounds. Customize your pass by selecting the "zone" (region) you want to camp in, or buy a multizone pass to expand your access. You pay only for the zones you want to camp in. It's that simple.
No matter how many zones you purchase, your annual fee is just $525. That comes to less than $44 a month. And for a limited time, the one-time enrollment fee is waived for the first zone you purchase.
After your first 30 days of camping each year, a modest daily usage fee of $3 will be charged, to defray the costs of our amenities.
No sales meetings, no long-term commitments!
The Zone Camping Pass is not a timeshare. No matter when you decide to camp, you will have first-come first-served access to all the resorts in your zone. We don't require long-term contracts because we are so confident that you and your family will enjoy your Zone Camping Pass so much that you will renew year after year (and tell your friends!)
Camp at any resort in your zone
Your Zone Camping Pass entitles you to stay at any Thousand Trails resort within the zone or zones you purchasedóchoose from over 80 nationwide. There is no cap on the number of resorts you visit, or total nights you stay. Because we are offering a recreational, not a residential program, visits are subject to our length-of-stay guidelines. In general you can stay up to 14 consecutive days at a time and wait seven days before beginning your next stay. If you stay less than four nights at one resort, you are allowed a consecutive stay at the next resort without having to observe the seven-day rest period. Within these guidelines, your pass provides you with unlimited camping all year long!
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Click here to pick your zone, purchase your pass, and start enjoying the breath-taking views and resort-style amenities of Thousand Trails.
Here are some examples of the kind of savings a Zone Camping Pass holder can experience:
Over the summer Benny spends 28 days camping throughout the Northwest zone with his family, visiting several different resorts in his RV on the Zone Camping Pass. Because he camps for less than 30 nights in one year, he is not charged a use fee. If Benny had paid the daily rate at the same resorts, he could easily have averaged as much as $45 a night, depending on the resort, the day of the week, and the time of year. Instead, he pays under $44 a month.
Total savings: over $730
Zone Camping Pass holders Edward and Marina are retirees who spend much of the year traveling the southwest in their RV. This year they spend 75 days camping in Thousand Trails resorts throughout the Southwest zone, with an average stay of 6 days. Edward and Marina have a "big rig," and like to book premium sites with pull thru access and cement pads. If Edward and Marina had paid the daily rate for these stays, they could be expected to pay upwards of $50 a night, for a total of roughly $3,750. Instead they pay just $750: their annual fee of $525, plus $225 in use fees for their stays following the first 30 days.
Total savings: $3,000!