The Best RV Clubs For Seniors in 2024

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Joining an RV club can be a helpful move for a lot of campers. Some RV clubs can gain you discounts to campgrounds, attractions, and other perks. Other clubs put you in touch with people who have similar interests, or who are in the same stage of life you are.

The following RV clubs aren’t strictly for seniors only, but they are clubs that seniors may find fun or useful when they’re on the road. Whether you’re a retired, full-time RVer or a senior who likes to camp on weekends, you’ll find lots of choices for RV clubs that might suit you!

The Best RV Clubs for Seniors


AAA is probably the best-known auto club membership out there, with 61 million members. The auto club offers roadside assistance, insurance, travel services, and discounts on items like movies and restaurant meals. RVers may be most interested in the discounts at campgrounds and attractions across the country. There is an option for RV owners that includes towing, locksmiths, fuel delivery, and more.

AAA RV Plus membership: $195/year

AAA RV Premier membership: $265/year

Airstream Club International

The Airstream Club International is for anyone who owns one of the iconic aluminum trailers. The club has chapters across the United States and Canada. Members meet for rallies, caravans, and campouts. They meet other Airstream enthusiasts to talk about their trailers and learn from each other. You can sign up for a club based on where you are geographically.

Airstream Club International: $75-$114/year


Coach-Net began as a club that offered emergency roadside services specifically for RVers, as opposed to the broader services of AAA. The club still has specialized RV roadside assistance, but it now also offers concierge services, travel assistance, tire discounts, and camping discounts.

Coach-Net Premier Coach: $249/year

Coach-Net Premier Tow: $179/year

Escapees RV Club

Escapees RV Club says its goal is to provide a “total support network for all RVers.” The club offers camping discounts and member campgrounds, plus tire and commercial discounts. There is a magazine for members, planned exclusive events, and member interest groups. The club is popular among retirees, but also has a group for those who work from the road, among other subsets.

Escapees RV Club: $49.95/year

Family Campers & RVers

Family Campers & RVers is a volunteer-run club that organizes member campouts and has programs for kids, teens, adults, and retirees. The club has membership discounts for campgrounds, on RV insurance, and on camping and RV products. It’s also involved in wildlife and conservation programs and has scholarship opportunities. New members also get the first six months of membership for free.

Family Campers & RVers: $35/one year

$68/two years

$99/ three years

Lifetime Membership/ $560

Family Motor Coach Association

Family Motor Coach Association has the Family RVing magazine, available in print and digital formats. They also have forums and social media groups where RVers can connect, plus a medical emergency and travel assistance program. The club has roadside assistance, a tire savings program, and special rates on insurance. Finally, they offer lifestyle services for RVers like mail forwarding.

Family Motor Coach Association: $50/year or $5/month

Good Sam

Good Sam is widely known and has been around for a long time. The club has discounts on fuel and at Camping World stores. There is roadside assistance and trip planning help. There are also, of course, discounts at the many Good Sam campgrounds across the country. The club plans rallies and RV tours for RVers as well.

Good Sam: $39/one year

$109/three years

Harvest Hosts

A Harvest Hosts membership allows you to stay at thousands of farms, wineries, golf courses, and other outdoor spaces with no camping fees beyond the yearly membership. Boondockers Welcome, which is owned by the same company, has a similar concept and guests are allowed to camp on people’s private properties around the country. Guests may stay one night at these properties, and there are no hookups.

Harvest Hosts Classic: $84.15/year

Boondockers Welcome: $79/year

Harvest Hosts Classic + Boondockers Welcome: $143.65/year

Harvest Hosts All Access: $152.15/year

International Camper Club

The International Camper Club focuses on family camping and spending time with fellow RVers. The club has one international rally every year, and there may be several smaller rallies throughout the year. Members are mostly based in the Midwest, Northeast, and Mid and Upper South Atlantic states along with the Ontario area of Canada.


Kampgrounds of America has campgrounds across the country. KOA campgrounds typically have hookups, showers, laundry, and many have pools, playgrounds, and planned activities for families. KOA has a rewards program that gives members points to be used toward discounts on future stays. Rewards members can also get a free night of camping during KOA Rewards weekend, and they get discounts at campgrounds year-round. The program also offers discounts and exclusive deals from partners.

KOA Rewards Program: $36/year

Loners on Wheels

Loners on Wheels is designed for singles who want to make friends on RV campouts and at other events. The club’s chapters (there’s a chapter in most states) plan monthly campouts and other activities. Members also get a semi-monthly newsletter with information and updates.

Loners on Wheels: $50/year

$90/two years

$140/three years

$235/five years

an older couple eating at a picnic table outside their RV

National Park Travelers Club

The National Park Travelers Club is for people interested in visiting national parks. Members can collect and compare cancellations in the Passport to Your National Parks Program. There are forums on trip reports, Passport Stamp Collecting and Trading, and NPS quizzes. The NPTC also has an annual convention that’s usually packed with visits to nearby national parks, sites, and other attractions.

National Park Travelers Club: $10/year for the first year

$5/year for every subsequent year

North American Family Campers Association

The North American Family Campers Association is a volunteer-run club that encourages family camping with activities all year long. Most chapters are in New England, with one in Canada and one in Florida. The NAFCA also has a Spring Safari each May, with a week-long trip to places like Washington D.C., Niagara Falls, or Pennsylvania Dutch Country.

North American Family Campers Association: $30/year

$55/two years

$75/three years

Passport America

Passport America gets members 50% off of stays at affiliated campgrounds across the United States. There are sometimes stipulations on the discount (it may be during the off-season, or only on weekdays). Campers will need to make reservations at most campgrounds, and they can also earn money by referring new members.

Passport America: $44/one year

$79/two years

$109/three years

$179/five years

RVing Women

RVing Women is made up of women who travel independently. Some members are retired or RV full-time while others participate in weekend events. RVW offers maintenance classes and events where women can make friends, learn, and support each other as RV travelers.

RVing Women: $62/ one member for one year

$122/ one member/ two years

$180/one member/ three years

$104/two members/ one year

$204/two members/ two years

$300/two members/three years


The SMART RV Club is for military veterans and their families. The club promotes travel, camping, and creating relationships with other veterans. The club is open to any active, retired, or honorably discharged veterans from the U.S. and Canadian Armed Forces. There are planned events, potlucks, weekend campouts, and opportunities to volunteer together at places like Habitat for Humanity. Members of the club also plan caravans to places including Alaska, New England, and other parts of the U.S.

SMART RV Club: Free/active duty military

$60/year for veterans

$30/year for copilots

Thousand Trails

The Thousand Trails membership is a good option for seniors who plan to do a lot of RVing in one year. People can purchase a membership that covers one zone, or can add in additional zones for more camping options across the country. Members can stay for two weeks at a campground before having to move. The price for Thousand Trails is higher than many other clubs, but for full-time RVers or those who like to camp a lot, it can be worth it.

$580/year for one zone, $110 for every additional zone

Wandering Individuals Network

The Wandering Individuals Network (WIN) is a club for anyone traveling alone. It encompasses members with everything from Class A diesel-pushers to car campers. The club has campouts and events where single members can connect with others living a solo lifestyle.

Wandering Individuals Network: $120/year

Hopefully, this article has helped you to learn about some new RV clubs for seniors…and possibly inspired you to join one or two!