We did stay with them a couple of weekends ago.... because it was free, close, on a lake we had not seen, and we were going to get a $50 gift card on top of that..... oh and we were celebrating a wedding anniversary.
We too would rather camp primitive, but that is not always available.
The facilities were nice (although nothing close to Cherry Hill we saw in Washington DC). We did have to listen to sales pitch, but it was not bad.
This is what prompted my questions.
They have a ton of facilities, all over the East and West Coast. THey also have an association with other RV and camping locations and that makes their coverage much greater.
We did not pull the trigger, but it looks like it would be a nice to have if you are camping and RV'ing over a number of decades.
Greg in Austin
2008 Ford 6.0PSD EB/E-PH SMB 4X4 Aluminess f/r bumpers (13.5mpg avg, 15mpg hwy) 52k miles [Texas McBeast]
2006 Toyota Prius (48 to 68 mpg) 120k miles [Penelope]
2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon (15 to 18 mpg) [Johnnie]
2012 Mitsubishi MiEV (no gas required) ($.50/day in electricity) [Evie]