Directory of RV Clubs and Organizations

Directory of RV Clubs and Organizations

Welcome to the most complete and up-to-date directory of RV clubs in North America. But we need your help to tell us which clubs we’ve missed. If yours is not on this list or the information we show here is not quite accurate, please email Diane(at)RVtravel.com and she’ll add your club or update your current listing. Please include the club name, a brief description, its website address and contact information. If you have a suggestion for the Special Interest Clubs category, we’d love to hear from you. This is a work-in-progress and your input will be very useful. Please note: Information in this directory is generally from the club’s website listed.

LAST UPDATED 8-7-2016

The major clubs

Good Sam Club. Website.
By far the largest RV club. Best benefits: nearly 1,500 Good Sam Chapters across North America, regional rallies and a large national rally, and 10 percent off at most RV parks across the USA and Canada. The club has become more commercial in recent years, hawking insurance, emergency road service, RV warranties and more. But, still, it’s well worth joining for the campground discounts and a discount when shopping at Camping World stores.

Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA). Website.
Largest club for owners of self-contained motorhomes, with about 75,000 members. Many regional and special interest chapters. Local rallies and one huge national rally. Many membership benefits and services, including discount programs, mail forwarding, roadside assistance, monthly magazine — everything to do with RVing and more.

Escapees RV Club. Website.
Escapees’ mission is to provide a “total support network for RVers,” including discounts at camping destinations, mail forwarding, Escapades, short-term parking at Escapees parks and much more. More than 32,000 member-families, and more than 50 individual chapters.

Explorer RV Club. Website.
The largest national Canadian RV club serving ALL RVers. Membership in the Explorer RV Club offers many benefits including: discounts on camping fees; discounts on home, auto, travel and RV insurance (in some provinces); discounts on hotel fees and on-the-road travel; discounts on emergency road service; and many more benefits.


RV Brand Clubs

Airstream Central. Club directory website.
Almost 40 Airstream clubs in the U.S. and Canada listed in this directory. (In the drop-down “Display by” menu, click on “List by Clubs & Groups.”)

Airstream Club (Vintage). Website.
The Vintage Airstream Club is “the largest and most enthusiastic Intra-Club of the Wally Byam Caravan Club International Inc.” The website lists numerous resources and year-round events. The information trio of the Vintage Advantage, Archives and Website constitute a well-rounded tutorial of trailer tales, repair, restoration and operation.

Alfa Owner’s Club. Club directory website.

Aliner Owners Club. Website.
“The mission of the Aliner Owners Club is to promote camaraderie among owners of our unique campers and to maximize our A-frame camping experience.” Ownership of an A-frame-style camper (not just Aliner) is required for membership. There are 12 regions covering the United States and Canada. “Friends don’t let friends use canvas.”

Allegro Club. Website.
Official membership organization of Tiffin motorhome owners.

Alpine Coach Association. Website.
An independent group of Alpine Coach owners located in several regions of the U.S. and more planned. Includes a blog, technical library, rallies, and more.

Alpenlite Travel Club. Club on Facebook.

Ameri-Camp Family of Owners. Website.
“Although the Ameri-Camp Company has closed their doors, the Ameri-Camp Family of Owners continues to remain a dedicated and strong group committed to maintaining quality family values and promoting great RV entertainment through our annual rallies.”

American Clipper Owners Club. Website.
A club with several chapters for owners of American Clipper, which were built between 1973 and 1980.

American Coach Association. Website.
“The web home for the proud owners of American Coach Luxury Motorhomes,” with ten regional chapters. Includes rallies, technical tips and much more.

AutoMate R.V. Club. Website.
“The AutoMate RV Club was formed by AutoMate RV owners for AutoMate RV owners. The Club is an independent organization. It is not affiliated with nor sponsored by AutoMate Recreational Vehicles, Inc.”

Avion Travelcade Club (now defunct). This website has Avion information.

Beaver Ambassador Club. Website.
“The Beaver Ambassador Club (BAC), a chapter of the Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA), is an international motor home organization, located throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico, for owners of Beaver and other qualifying coaches.” Includes rallies, technical information on a forum, and more.

Bigfoot Owners Club International. Website.
BOCI is a non-profit club for Bigfoot owners and dealers.

 Born Free Leap’n Lions RV Club. Website.
The Born Free Leap’n Lions RV Club is a brand-specific RV Club open to Born Free Motorcoach owners only, with members in six regions throughout the U.S. A chapter of the FMCA.

Bounders of America. Website.
BOA is a non-profit organization formed in 1991 to promote camaraderie, pride of ownership, and use of Bounders for pleasure. BOA is an international organization with US and Canadian chapters.

Bounders United (International). Website.
A non-profit international RV club which “offers fun, relaxation, and information.”

Cardinal RV Club. Website.
A blog “Where Cardinal and Blue Ridge Owners Communicate! Privately owned and operated with no affiliation with Forest River Inc.” With hundreds of topics and thousands of posts.

Carriage Travel Club. Website.
“For over thirty-five years the Carriage Travel Club has provided the means where Carriage owners can gather and share their common interests. With the demise of Carriage Inc. the club is working to provide some of the support services no longer available from the manufacturer. Owners of both Carriage and Lifestyle RV’s are now eligible to join the Club.” Lifestyle Luxury RV is a sponsor of Carriage Travel Club.

Casita Travel Trailer Club. Website.
“The online home for Casita Travel Trailer owners, with members from the USA, Canada and Japan, and readers from over 20 other countries around the world. The only requirement to join The Casita Club is to post on The Casita Club Forums and be a part of the greatest RV Club on the net!!”

Cedar Creek RV Owners Club. Website.
A not-for-profit club formed for owners of Cedar Creek Fifth Wheels, Travel Trailers, Silverback or DayDreamers. Membership benefits include: fun rallies, travel caravans, informative seminars, vendor presentations, social interaction with other club members, and a club forum to discuss various topics.

Chinook Camping Club East and West. Website.
“Owners of Chinook Motor Homes from across the United States and Canada can enjoy any of the activities and read Newsletters from either the Chinook Camping Club or the Chinook RV Club.”

Coach House Owners’ Club (CHOC). Website.
A chapter of FMCA, CHOC is made up of like-minded people who own a Coach House motorhome for their recreational pursuits, including rallies and rendezvous, along with their CHOC Talk newsletters and Facebook group page.

Coachmen Owners Association. Website.
Their goal is to help you extend the boundaries of your world, develop friendships and build memories that will last a lifetime. “With over 132 chapters and more than 8,000 members, the Coachmen Owners Association offers wonderful retreats to destinations far away and close to home.”

Converted Coach Group. Website.
A chapter of FMCA which covers all of North America, for coach conversion owners as well as those who don’t own a converted coach.

Cortez National Motorhome Club (now defunct).

CortezCoach.com. Website.
“The Official Home of the International Cortez Owners Association.” Cortez is a Class-A motor coach made in the United States between 1963 and 1979.

Country Coach International Club. Website.
“The original Country Coach owners club” and “the fourth largest FMCA chapter,” with more than 1,000 members across the country and internationally, and with lots of benefits, including discounts.

Country Coach Friends International. Website.
“An International Chapter of FMCA which Country Coach owners founded on friendship! Open to owners of all motorcoach brands (Country Coach owners as Full Members, Other Brand friends as Associate Members).”

Diesel RV Club aka CAT RV Club. Website.
“The purpose of the Diesel RV Club is to serve all Family Motor Coach Association members with an interest in diesel powered motorhomes and coaches – whether Type A, B or C … [with a] mix of technical and social activities.”

Discovery Owners Association. Website.
A non-profit organization by and for owners of Discovery motor homes by Fleetwood RV, Inc. There are currently 14 active DOAI chapters across the US and Canada for Discovery Motorcoach owners.

The Dolphins. Website.
Chapter of FMCA for owners of Dolphin motorhomes and all National RV motor home products, with members mostly in California and Arizona.

Excel State Clubs. Directory.
A list from Peterson Industries of state clubs for Excel 5th wheel owners. “If you’d like to find out more about what clubs have formed in your state, or perhaps get information about starting a club, you’ll get an introduction here!”

Fleetwood MotorHome Association. Website.
Fleetwood MotorHome Association is the official owners’ club of Fleetwood RV. The association was formed with support from Fleetwood RV and is open to all owners of motorhomes built by Fleetwood RV and American Coach. There are three chapters and more than 1,000 members.

FMC Motor Coach Owner’s Club. Website.
A chapter of Family Motor Coach Association, mainly for owners of FMC Motor Coaches, but “visitors are welcome to browse our files for useful information about this unique coach that we all love to restore, drive, and restore some more.” “Only one thousand fifty of these collector motor homes were built from 1972 to 1976. We are all proud owners of a rare and beautiful accomplishment in mechanical engineering.”

Forest River Owners’ Group. Website.
“The Forest River Owners’ Group, or FROG, is made up of over 50,000 Forest River and affiliated brand RV owners from all across the United States and Canada, dedicated to having fun and enjoying the RV lifestyle.”

Foretravel Motorcade Club. Website.
The Foretravel Motorcade Club, sponsored by Foretravel, Inc. and exclusively for Foretravel owners, is one of the largest and most active owners clubs with chapters throughout the U.S. and Canada. The Club hosts, plans, and directs grandventions, rallies, motorcades, and special events.

Georgie Boy Owners Club. Website.
GeorgieBoyClub.com is an on-line gathering place for Georgie Boy motorhome owners. This site has been created for the benefit of Georgie Boy RV owners and those who are admirers of the Georgie Boy motorhome product.

GMC Motorhome Clubs. Club directory website.
A long list of GMC motorhome clubs, as well as GMC speciality clubs.

GMC Motorhomes International. Website.
A chapter of the Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA), made up of over 1400 owners and enthusiasts of the classic GMC Motorhomes that were produced from 1973 to 1978.

GMC Western States Club. Website.
Promoting the preservation of the classic 1973-1978 GMC Motorhome.

Gulf Streamers International RV Club. Website.
The Gulf Streamers International RV Club is sponsored by and is a division of Gulf Stream Coach, Inc.

Heartland Owners Club. Website.
“Chapters of the Heartland Owners Club continue to form all over the United States and Canada. Owners are meeting at camp-outs and rallies at great destinations, sharing experiences, making friends and making memories.” Heartland owners share stories, recipes, photos, experiences, tips, tricks and knowledge on the Forum.

Hi-Lo Trailer Forum. Website.
A Hi-Lo camper travel trailer forum with thousands of posts including a list of clubs.

HitchHikers of America International. Website.
HitchHikers of America International is a club organized for the enjoyment of all owners of HitchHiker brand RVs manufactured by the Nu Wa Company, with chapters through the U.S. and hoping to expand into Canada.

Holiday Rambler Recreational Vehicle Club. Website.
Club members all own a Holiday Rambler recreational vehicle or one manufactured by Holiday Rambler and live throughout the United States and Canada. There are also several special interest chapters.

International SnowBird Travel Club. Website.
Formed by and for owners of SnowBird/SnowVilla 5th wheel trailers. Since the Snowbird is no longer being manufactured, current members may sponser another RV owner to become a member. Within the International Club, there are local Chapters, currently the Northwest and Mid-America Chapter.

InterVec-Phoenix Travel Club. Website.
“A club for owners of small motor homes and campervans. The official club for owners of Phoenix Cruiser, Phoenix Sport, InterVec Falcon and InterVec Horizon RVs.” “Membership is open to any owner of a camper van or small Class C RV.”

Jayco RV Club aka Jayco Travel Club. Website.
Membership in Jayco Travel Club is open to owners of all RV brands manufactured by Jayco Mfg. Inc. Chapters throughout the U.S. and hoping to expand into Canada.

Kings on the Road RV Club. Website.
A national club with several chapters, for owners of King of the Road RVs.

Lazy Daze BOF, Escapees RV Club. Website.
For owners of Lazy Daze Class C motorhomes. Meet at Escapades and other selected Escapees gatherings.

Lazy Daze Caravan Club. Website.
The Lazy Daze Caravan Club is a separate legal entity from Laze Daze, Inc. The only requirements for membership in the Caravan Club are to be an owner of a Lazy Daze motorhome and to have attended a caravan. There are no fees or annual dues required for caravan membership.

Mandalay Travel Club. Website.
A membership club that is open to all owners of Mandalay, Presidio and Valencia Class A diesel Motorhomes.

Marathon Coach Club International. Website.
For over a quarter of a century, Marathon owners have enjoyed the benefits of club membership including fun-filled rallies at spectacular locations, service discounts and complimentary subscriptions to “The Maratime” magazine.

Montana Owner’s Club. Website.
“Where the Montana, Big Sky and Mountaineer Owners Camp in Cyber Space.”

Monaco America. Website.
An international club for the owners of any model of motor coach that qualifies for membership in the Family Motor Coach Association. Monaco America is a chapter of the FMCA. The purpose of Monaco America is to promote social, recreational and informational activities that enhance the enjoyment of owning and traveling in a motor coach. You do not need to own a Monaco RV to join the club or attend their rallies.

Monaco Coach Owners Association. Website.
Directory of Monaco owner groups.

Monaco International RV Club. Website.
For owners of any brand of Monaco Coach (Monaco, HR, Beaver, Safari, Royale, etc.) and who are members of the Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA).

Monaco North Central. Website.
A chapter of Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA), and open to owners of Signature, Executive, Dynasty, Windsor, Camelot, Diplomat, Knight or Cayman Diesel Pusher who reside in the North Central states as well as outside that region. 

Monaco Northeast Explorers. Website.
A chapter of Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA), and open to owners of any Monaco-made coach.

Monaco Romers. Website.
A chapter of Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA), and open to owners of all diesel models with a Monaco logo.

Monaco’s in Motion. Website.
An international chapter of Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) where “Members lead other Members on Motorcoach Caravans around our beautiful country.”

National RV Central States Club. Website.
A chapter of Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA), originally for owners of any model of motorhome manufactured by National RV, Inc., but now open to any motorhome owner who is a member of FMCA.

National Serro Scotty Club. Website.
The National Serro Scotty Club is a strong network of vintage trailer aficionados with hundreds of members in every state and in Canada, Denmark, and Germany. It was credited in Douglas Keister’s book “Teardrops and Tiny Trailers” as the reason Serro Scotty trailers “continue to thrive and survive.”

Newell Owners. Website.
“A website for Newell Coach owners and those interested in becoming the owner of a luxurious Newell Motorcoach!” 

Newmar Kountry Klub. Website.
An exclusive club for owners of Newmar recreational vehicles with members all over the U.S. and Canada.

Northwood RV Owners Association. Website.
“The purpose of NROA is to help you make the most out of your Northwood product. Whether you’re a full-time or weekend RV’er this website is for you.” “Northwood RV Owners Association is a independently owned and operated website and is not affiliated with Northwood Mfg. nor does Northwood Mfg. have any control over this site.”

NO-TOW-BAGOS. Information.
For owners of Winnebago “H” frame coaches (Phasar, LaSharo and Rialta).

Open Range Owners. Website.
This Forum is created, supported, managed and maintained by volunteers who own Open Range campers. They have almost 8,000 members, with more than 12,000 topics and 123,000 posts on this site, which is totally independent of the company.

Prevost Community. Website.
“The Prevost Community website has been developed to bring all owners, drivers and builders of Prevost coach conversions together on one web site. The site is not intended to replace any existing Prevost enthusiast’s website(s) but to supplement it with what we hope to be the greatest concentration of Prevost conversion resources on the internet.” This is a “free membership club open to all Prevost coach owners and similar, large, luxury motorhomes. One of the highlights of PC is a diesel fuel discounts program.”

Prevost Owners Group (POG). Website.
Prevost Owners Group is a paid membership club for Prevost motor coach owners. “This site is available on a 24/7 basis to any POG member with information for Prevost owners or anyone with an interest in Prevost ownership, lifestyle or general information.”

Prevost Prouds. Website.
A chapter of the Family Motor Coach Association. Membership is available for owners of motor coaches manufactured by Prevost Car, Inc., with members throughout the United States and Canada. Their mission is to promote fellowship and cooperation among family motor coach owners, promote and provide rally activities, and conduct other functions for Prevost Proud members. They have two national rallies each year.

Ramblin’ Pushers. Website.
A Holiday Rambler Recreational Vehicle Club Chapter. The mission of Ramblin’ Pushers is “To provide information to our members to help them safely and properly operate and maintain their respective Holiday Rambler diesel motorhomes and to enhance their ownership experience.”

Rexhall International RV Club. Website.
A chapter of the Family Motor Coach Association, for owners of Rexhall coaches and with several regional groups around the U.S.

Roadtrek International. Website.
Roadtrek International is open to all owners of Roadtrek motorhomes who are members of Family Motor Coach Association. There are about 3,400 members, and rallies are held at sites around North America every year.

Royale Coach Club. Website.
A chapter of the Family Motor Coach Association, open to all owners of a Royale Coach by Monaco. In addition, a Royale Coach Club member may sponsor an owner of any Prevost conversion coach to become a member of the club.

Safari International. Website.
Safari International is one of the largest chapters of the Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) with members located throughout the United States and Canada. Membership is open to all current and former owners of Safari brand motorcoaches.

Scamp Owners International. Website.
Anyone who owns or is interested in Scamps or similar small fiberglass travel trailers are invited to join Scamp Owners International. These molded fiberglass trailer enthusiasts share repairs, modifications, ScampCamps, camping locations, resources, pictures and many stories.

SOI Motorhome Club, formerly Sportscoach Owners International. Website.
SOI was formerly the Sportscoach Owners International when it was exclusively for Sportscoach motorhomes; however, now as the SOI Club, “we accept members from all brands and welcome everyone to all our events.” The SOI Motorhome Club is an international motorhome club dedicated to fun and friendship. It is a non-profit group of RV owners and a chapter of the FMCA made up entirely of volunteers. Each year they hold rallies all over the United States, and their most popular rally is the annual 5-day extravaganza to the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade. Membership in SOI Motorhome Club is free to FMCA members. 

Starcraft International Camper Club. Website.
With chapters throughout the U.S. and in Canada, Starcraft International Camper Club is open to all owners of Starcraft RVs.

Suites Owners International Travel Club, Inc. Website.
“The Club is self-sponsored and self-supporting and is open to any owner of a Luxury Suites recreational vehicle made by DRV Mfg. The Club is neither part of, nor formally operated and/or managed by DRV. The purpose of the Club is to promote friendship and exchange of ideas and experiences through social RVing activities among its membership both at the international and regional levels.”

Sunline Owner’s Club. Website.
Created in 2006 as on on-line gathering place for Sunline travel trailer, 5th wheel, and truck camper owners. SunlineClub.com is not affiliated with the Sunline Coach Company of Denver, PA.

SunnyTravelers. Website.
The SunnyTravelers is a club organized for the enjoyment of all owners of SunnyBrook or Mobile Scout brand RVs.

Superior People Chapter. Website.
Chapter of Family Motor Coach Association, mostly made up of owners or former owners of Superior motor homes.

Teardrops n Tiny Travel Trailers. Forum website.
Actually a forum, but covers thousands of topics and more than a million posts about Teardrops and other tiny travel trailers, including national and international chapters and gatherings.

Teton Club International. Website.
For owners or prior owners of Teton RVs. Affiliated with Forks RV, Inc. as the “new authorized Home for Teton Club International members.” Continental Coach owners have full membership privileges in TCI.

Thor Diesel Motorhomes Club. Website.
For owners of diesel products from Four Winds International, Damon Motor Coach, Mandalay Luxury Coach, and Thor Motor Coach.

Tiffin Motor Homes Allegro Club. Website.
The Allegro Club is the official membership organization of Tiffin owners.

Titanium RV Owners Forum. Website.
This large, category-based Forum is a no-cost resource for all Titanium owners, former owners and wannabes. They also have a great photo gallery in addition to a classified section to buy and sell Titaniums or related RV products. Their helpful members are from all over Canada, the United States and overseas.

TrailManor TrailBlazers Club. Website.
The TrailManor Trailblazers is a camping club for TrailManor Owners.

Traveling Supremes. Website.
A club for owners of Travel Supreme RVs.

Ultra Van Motor Coach Club. Website.
A club for all who are interested in Ultra Vans, this is a Chapter of the Corvair Society of America. “Ultra Van, The World’s Largest Production Corvair!” The Ultra Van is a unique motorhome that was produced in limited quantities by Ultra, Inc. of Hutchinson, Kansas, until June of 1970.

Vintage Airstream Club. Website.
Is your recreational vehicle made by Airstream AND 25 years or older? Are you a member of the WBCCI (Wally Byam Caravan Club International)? Then you qualify for membership in the VAC.

Vixen Owners’ Association. Website.
“The Vixen, an international, yet all-American, motor home. Vixen owners and those who are still waiting for their ‘Vixen moment’ are welcome to join.” The Vixen was produced by the Vixen Motor Company, Inc., in Pontiac, Michigan, from 1986 to 1989. This group provides numerous benefits including technical support and social gatherings, called Prides, for its members, who are located all over the world.

Wally Byam Caravan Club International. Club website.
The Wally Byam Caravan Club International (named after the inventor of the Airstream) offers fun, fellowship and adventure for owners of Airstream RVs. The WBCCI is dedicated to fostering friendships and a passion for travel through a common interest in the Airstream lifestyle, offering caravans, rallies and activities through more than 122 local Units throughout the United States and Canada.

Westfalia Owners. Website.
An international club for VW Westfalia (Westy) owners.

Winnebago-Itasca Travelers (WIT). Club website.
(for owners of Winnebago, Itasca, Rialta, Vectra or Luxor motorhomes.)

Winnebago-Itasca Travelers (WIT) Special Interest Clubs Directory. Website.

General Interest Clubs and Resources

Campster. Website.
This website provides a platform where campers and RVers can share their experiences through reviews, journals, photos, and more. Campster is a place where you can plan a trip, learn about new places, share your experiences, meet new friends, and stay in touch with fellow campers.

Camping PA. Website. (website “under remodel” 8/7/2016)
“CampingPA.com is a camping and outdoor website that is both informative and interactive. We are an excellent source of camping related topics/ideas/tips, a directory of campgrounds in PA, classifieds, discussions on outdoor activities and attractions, recipes, photos… just to name a few.”

DMV Made Simple. Website.
A privately owned website, not connected to the government. This is “the largest driver-related site on the web, servicing over 80,000,000 visitors a year.” Everything you need to know about your state’s Department of Motor Vehicles and about vehicles — and then some! BBB rated A+.

Explorer RV Club. Club website.
The largest national Canadian RV club serving ALL RVers. Membership in the Explorer RV Club offers many benefits including: discounts on camping fees; discounts on home, auto, travel and RV insurance (in some provinces); discounts on hotel fees and on-the-road travel; discounts on emergency road service; and many more benefits.

Families On The Road. Website.
A community website where the focus is on the unique issues that face families traveling with children.

Family Campers & RVers. Website.
“Where strangers become friends and friends become family.” An international organization with many chapters, where all campers, regardless of type or brand of RV or tent or trailer, are welcome.

Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA). Website.
Largest club for owners of self-contained motorhomes, with about 75,000 members. Many regional and special interest chapters. Local rallies and one huge national rally. Many membership benefits and services, including discount programs, mail forwarding, roadside assistance, monthly magazine — everything to do with RVing and more.

Fulltime Families. Website.
“The best resource for your family’s full time RV adventures and aspirations.”

Good Sam Club. Club website.
By far the largest RV club. Best benefits: many local chapters, regional rallies and a large national rally, and 10% off at thousands of RV parks across the USA and Canada. The club has become more commerical in recent years, hawking insurance, emergency road service, RV warranties and more. But, still, it’s worth joining.

International Camper Club. Club website.
The International Camper Club, also known as the ICC, was incorporated in 2003 and welcomes all brands and types of RVs. The club’s focus is on family camping and socializing with fellow campers and RVers. Their motto is: “Come for the fun Stay for the friendships!

International Truck Camper Owners Association. Website.
The international organization for truck camper owners and manufacturers.

NADA Guides. Website.
New and used RV prices and values.

National RV Dealers Association (RVDA). Website.
“RVDA, The National RV Dealers Association, is the only national association dedicated to advancing the RV retailer’s best interests through education, member services, industry leadership, and market expansion programs that promote the increased sale and use of RVs and that enhance the positive image of the RV experience.”

North American Family Campers Association. Website.
NAFCA is an all-volunteer organization made up of people who love camping. “We welcome all kinds of camping units from tents to diesel pushers. Our members are single or married, young or old or in between.”

North American Truck Camper Owners Association (NATCOA). Website.
Part of the International Truck Campers Owners Association. A non-profit RV organization dedicated to promoting the truck camper as an RV lifestyle, with forums, rallies and more.

Recreation Vehicle Rental Association (RVRA). Website.
“The Recreation Vehicle Rental Association (RVRA) is a national association of companies that rent recreation vehicles (RV). Renting an RV continues to grow in popularity. RV rentals offer the ideal way to try RV travel for a weekend trip or a month-long vacation of a lifetime.”

Recreational Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA). Website.
“The Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) is the national trade association representing recreation vehicle (RV) manufacturers and their component parts suppliers who together build more than 98 percent of all RVs produced in the U.S.”

RV Care-a-Vanners. Website.
RV Care-a-Vanners is a volunteer program for anyone who travels in a recreational vehicle, wants to build Habitat houses and have fun doing it. RV Care-A-Vanners welcomes people of all ages, from all walks of life who want to pick up a hammer and help change lives.

United Motorcoach Association. Website.
An association of motorcoach owners and industry suppliers with over 1000 members located all across North America.

Workamper News. Website.
“As the #1 Resource for Workamping, WKN helps RVers find great jobs in great places to support their RV lifestyle. Members receive a bi-monthly magazine and a wealth of online tools to help them learn about the Workamping lifestyle, find the right jobs for them, and connect with fellow Workampers. Holds educational online webinars and live events throughout the U.S.”


Special Interest Clubs or Websites

Campster. Website.
Special interest groups include: Kayaks, white water rafting, canoes; College Students Camping; Yooper Campers; Himalayan Group; My Fun Group; Golf Carting; Tracking; Bluegrass; and more.

COOKING

Cook’s Corner. Website.
A Good Sam Club RV Community.

Campster.com. Website.
A website with different groups you can join, including: Dutch Oven Cooking, Wood-cooking club, and Camp Cooking Club.

DANCING

National Square Dance Campers Association Inc. Website.
The National Square Dance Campers Association is the oldest, non-profit, square dance camping association, with chapters throughout the U.S. and Canada.

DISABLED

Handicapped Travel Club. Website.
The HTC was formed in 1973 to encourage people with disabilities and their families to travel, to meet and to share information on making recreational vehicles accessible for the disabled. “Fun and Fellowship” is their motto.

RVing Accessibility Group. Website.
Vision Statement: “To provide published and factual resource information to all people with disabilities, who are interested in, and capable of, enjoying recreational travel, discover accessible outdoor recreational facilities, including but not limited to the campground industry, that foster an overall environment conducive to dignity and independence.”

MILITARY

Good Sam Club – Military Membership and Veterans. Website.
“Active military personnel receive a complimentary Club membership. It’s our way of saluting and thanking our soldiers for the service they provide to our country. Veterans are eligible for a discounted Life membership rate.”

Milit-AIR-y. AIR Forum.
Forum for Airstream owners who are “military folks Active, Guard, Reserve, Disabled, or Retired, and the people that support them. We welcome all from the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps, and the Coast Guard.” Regarding dues: “We paid our dues with service to this great nation. Lest we not forget that all gave some, but some gave all.”

S*M*A*R*T – Special Military Active Recreational Travelers. Website.
“Special Military Active Recreational Travelers (SMART) brings military veterans (active, retired, & honorably discharged) together to share camaraderie, travel, RVing, and to support our veterans. We provide information for the military RV family, and support welfare programs while ‘Seeing the Country We Defend.'” This is a not-for-profit organization run by and for veterans.

MOTORCYCLES

GWRRA RV SIG (GoldWing Road Riders Association Recreational Vehicle Special Interest Group). Website.

OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES

Geocaching. Website
Okay, not technically an “RV club” (although there are some out there), but you can use your RV to get to a bunch of these sites. Geocaching is an outdoor adventure where players use a free mobile app or a GPS device to find cleverly hidden containers. There are more than 1 million active geocaches and more than 800,000 geocachers in the U.S. What a great hobby for RVers!

RADIO

Sam’s Radio Hams. Website.
Sam’s Radio Hams is a recreational vehicle (RV) group that is a chapter of the Good Sam Club. Their chapter started in 1980 and is still going strong. They are licensed amateur radio operators who are affiliated with the ARRL. They are active with monthly campouts in southern California, Nevada and Arizona.

The RV Radio Network. Website.
The RV and Ham Radio Club. The RV Radio Network is an ARRL-affiliated association of RV enthusiasts who also share an interest in Amateur Radio. Here you will find information about rallies, hamfests, radio nets, and other activities of interest to the members of our club. You will also find various other Ham Radio and RV references and sources of information.

ROADSCHOOLING

Roadschooling – Families Homeschooling on the Road. Facebook page.

Families On The Road. Website.
Roadschooling resources for homeschooling on the go.

RV MAINTENANCE, SAFETY AND OPERATION

Ramblin’ Pushers. Website.
A Holiday Rambler Recreational Vehicle Club Chapter. The mission of Ramblin’ Pushers is “To provide information to our members to help them safely and properly operate and maintain their respective Holiday Rambler diesel motorhomes and to enhance their ownership experience.”

SINGLES

Loners of America (LOA). Website.
“This site is an attempt to revive the Loners of America Club … [a] Club for Single RVers.”

Loners on Wheels. Website.
Loners on Wheels is an international “RV Club of legally single men and women who enjoy traveling, camping, RV caravaning and the lifestyle of singles; we are not a matchmaking or dating service, companionship and support is what we’re about.” Started in 1969, it has chapters in most states.

Wandering Individuals Network. Website.
WIN members “own all kinds of RV’s: vans, trailers, motor homes, and buses, small to large, inexpensive or not. We are attracted to who you are, not what you drive.” “We have members in most states of the US, provinces of Canada, Mexico and Europe.” “To qualify to join you must be traveling alone in your RV. However, once you’re in, you may travel with whomever you choose.”

VINTAGE RVs

American Clipper Owners Club. Website.
A club with several chapters for owners of American Clipper, which were built between 1973 and 1980.

Cortez National Motorhome Club (now defunct).

CortezCoach.com. Website.
“The Official Home of the International Cortez Owners Association.” Cortez is a Class-A motor coach made in the United States between 1963 and 1979.

FMC Motor Coach Owner’s Club. Website.
A chapter of Family Motor Coach Association, mainly for owners of FMC Motor Coaches, but “visitors are welcome to browse our files for useful information about this unique coach that we all love to restore, drive, and restore some more.” “Only one thousand fifty of these collector motor homes were built from 1972 to 1976.”

GMC Western States Club. Website.
Promoting the preservation of the classic 1973-1978 GMC Motorhome.

GMC Motorhomes International. Website.
A chapter of the Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA), made up of over 1400 owners and enthusiasts of the classic GMC Motorhomes that were produced from 1973 to 1978.

National Serro Scotty Club. Website.
The National Serro Scotty Club is a strong network of vintage trailer aficionados with hundreds of members in every state and in Canada, Denmark, and Germany. It was credited in Douglas Keister’s book “Teardrops and Tiny Trailers” as the reason Serro Scotty trailers “continue to thrive and survive.”

Teardrops n Tiny Travel Trailers. Forum website.
Thousands of topics and posts about Teardrops and other tiny travel trailers.

Tin Can Tourists. Website.
Tin Can Tourists is an all make and model vintage trailer and motor coach club whose goal is to promote and preserve vintage trailers and motor coaches through gatherings and information exchange. Organized in 1919, the club is open to everyone and ownership of a vintage trailer or motor coach is not a prerequisite for membership.

Ultra Van Motor Coach Club. Website.
A club for all who are interested in Ultra Vans, this is a Chapter of the Corvair Society of America. “Ultra Van, The World’s Largest Production Corvair!” The Ultra Van is a unique motorhome that was produced in limited quantities by Ultra, Inc. of Hutchinson, Kansas, until June of 1970.

Vintage Airstream Club. Website.
Is your recreational vehicle made by Airstream AND 25 years or older? Are you a member of the WBCCI (Wally Byam Caravan Club International)? Then you qualify for membership in the VAC.

Vixen Owners’ Association. Website.
“The Vixen, an international, yet all-American, motor home. Vixen owners and those who are still waiting for their ‘Vixen moment’ are welcome to join.” The Vixen was produced by the Vixen Motor Company, Inc., in Pontiac, Michigan, from 1986 to 1989. This group provides numerous benefits including technical support and social gatherings, called Prides, for its members, who are located all over the world.

Wally Byam Caravan Club International. Website.
The WBCCI (named after the inventor of the Airstream) today is one of the largest recreational vehicle organizations in the world, with more than 12,000 members.

Westfalia Owners. Website.
An international club for VW Westfalia (Westy) owners.

VOLUNTEERS

Good Sam Club. Website.
“Good Sam Club members volunteer thousands of hours annually to help the community, participate in road cleanups and park beautification projects, and provide assistance to fellow Good Sam members. Explore the Club’s many volunteer opportunities.”

RV Care-a-Vanners. Website.
RV Care-a-Vanners is a volunteer program for anyone who travels in a recreational vehicle, wants to build Habitat houses and have fun doing it. RV Care-A-Vanners welcomes people of all ages, from all walks of life who want to pick up a hammer and help change lives.

Standby Sams. Website.
The Standby Sams program is a network of volunteers who provide emergency information and referrals to fellow Good Sam members traveling through their local area.

WORKING

Workamper News. Website.
Not a club, but “As the #1 Resource for Workamping, WKN helps RVers find great jobs in great places to support their RV lifestyle. Members receive a bi-monthly magazine and a wealth of online tools to help them learn about the Workamping lifestyle, find the right jobs for them, and connect with fellow Workampers. Holds educational online webinars and live events throughout the U.S.”


Social RV Clubs

Aliner Owners Club. Website.
“The mission of the Aliner Owners Club is to promote camaraderie among owners of our unique campers and to maximize our A-frame camping experience.” Ownership of an A-frame-style camper (not just Aliner) is required for membership. There are 12 regions covering the United States and Canada. “Friends don’t let friends use canvas.”

BabyBoomer RV Club. Website. 
A Yahoo! Group intended primarily for baby boomers, empty nesters, winter Texans, etc. located in and around Texas and the hill country. Do you own a motorhome, travel trailer, fifth wheel, bus or popup RV and need to use it more? We do too – thus the reason for forming this group.

Boomer Birds of a Feather Group. Website.
An Escapees BOF special interest group which is “an unstructured social group for those with a youthful mindset (all ages invited to join). We purposefully have no officers, no activity directors, and no published rules.”

Born Free Leap’n Lions RV Club. Website.
The Born Free Leap’n Lions RV Club is a brand-specific RV Club open to Born Free Motorcoach owners only, with members in six regions throughout the U.S. A chapter of the FMCA.

Eagle Fleet RV Travel Club. Website.
A national club with local chapters. “Have you made the choice of the RV lifestyle? If you have, we offer monthly Campouts, Caravans, Mini-rallies and National Rallies that include friendship, games and fun.”

Family Campers and RVers. Website.
“Where strangers become friends and friends become family.” “If you like camping, fun, and fellowship, you will love Family Campers & RVers. And all campers, regardless of type or brand of RV or tent or trailer, you are WELCOME in Family Campers.” With chapters across the U.S. and Canada, and a wide variety of programs.

Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA). Website.
Largest club for owners of self-contained motorhomes, with about 75,000 members. Many regional and special interest chapters. Local rallies and one huge national rally. Many membership benefits and services, including discount programs, mail forwarding, roadside assistance, monthly magazine — everything to do with RVing and more.

Foretravel Motorcade Club. Website.
The Foretravel Motorcade Club, sponsored by Foretravel, Inc. and exclusively for Foretravel owners, is one of today’s largest and most active owners clubs. The Club hosts, plans, and directs grandventions, rallies, motorcades, and special events. The Club has chapters throughout the U.S. and Canada.

Harvest Hosts. Website.
“Welcome to Harvest Hosts, an online program with a network of wineries, farms and attractions that invite self-contained RVers to visit and stay overnight for free! Harvest Hosts provides the opportunity to travel to new areas, have unique experiences and enjoy purchasing locally grown and produced products.”

InterVec-Phoenix Travel Club. Website.
“A club for owners of small motor homes and campervans. The official club for owners of Phoenix Cruiser, Phoenix Sport, InterVec Falcon and InterVec Horizon RVs.” Membership is open to any owner of a camper van or small Class C RV.

Loners of America (LOA). Website.
“This site is an attempt to revive the Loners of America club … [a] Club for Single RVers.”

Loners on Wheels. Website.
Loners on Wheels is an international “RV Club of legally single men and women who enjoy traveling, camping, RV caravaning and the lifestyle of singles; we are not a matchmaking or dating service, companionship and support is what we’re about.” 50 chapters in the USA and Canada.

Mandalay Travel Club. Website.
A membership club that is open to all owners of Mandalay, Presidio and Valencia Class “A” diesel Motorhomes. MTC is a member of FMCA.

NAARVA – National African American RVers Association. Website.
“The fastest growing RV organization in the country,” with numerous chapters throughout the U.S. “NAARVA is futuristic in its outlook, concerned about the environment, and a facilitator of family values.” Enjoy annual national rallies with an ethnic flavor, camping, social activities and much more.

National Camping Travelers. Website.
The Masonic Family Camping Club of the National Camping Travelers is an organization dedicated to bringing Masonic families together for fun and fellowship. There are about 61 chapters in the U.S. and Canada.

National United Methodist Campers. Website. It’s not necessary to be a Methodist to join or have a good time with these fine folks. This group has been around since 1975. They have several chapters across the country which hold campouts throughout the year, with an annual national rally.

North American Family Campers Association. Website.
“NAFCA is an all-volunteer organization made up of people just like you. Our common bond is our love of camping. We welcome all kinds of camping units from tents to diesel pushers. Our members are single or married, young or old or in between.” Their chapters are located “all over New England, one in Canada, and one that meets in Florida in the winter months.”

North American Truck Camper Owners Association (NATCOA). Website.
Part of the International Truck Campers Owners Association. A non-profit RV organization dedicated to promoting the Truck Camper as an RV Lifestyle.

Rainbow RV. Website.
“North America’s largest Gay and Lesbian recreational vehicle camping club. In existence since 1997, Rainbow RV has attracted over 7,000 members and completed more than 1,000 camping events. Our members are LGBT couples and singles with tow or drive recreational vehicles, off road jeep and tent backpack equipment.” Lots of events and resources.

RVillage. Website.
The fastest growing social network for RVers and RV wannabes. “RVillage provides a wonderful opportunity for RVers to connect, share and enjoy the RVing lifestyle.” —Kim and Don Greene, Harvest Hosts. “RVillage makes it super simple to connect with fellow RVers and schedule events as we travel. We LOVE RVillage!” —Chris and Jim Guld, Geeks On Tour.

RVing Women. Website.
“RVing Women is a National network whose members come from across the US and Canada. Established by and for women who are interested in RVing, we have Chapters across the country that offer camping, educational, and social events. We are a diverse group of women who enjoy many indoor and outdoor activities and hobbies.”

SOI Motorhome Club. Website.
The SOI Motorhome Club is an international motorhome club dedicated to fun and friendship. It is a non-profit group of RV owners and a chapter of the FMCA made up entirely of volunteers. Each year they hold rallies all over the United States, and their most popular rally is the annual 5-day extravaganza to the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade. This tour includes daily activities, float decoration, meals, and spectacular road-side bleacher seats so close to the floats you can almost touch them! Membership in SOI Motorhome Club is free to FMCA members.

Sun Seekers RV Club. Website.
A chapter of the ALFA Owner’s Club. “Alfa and non-Alfa owners are encouraged to join. Non-Alfa owners do need to be sponsored by a current member however. Our motto is: ‘Getting to know you better.’ Our purpose is to promote good fellowship and fun.”

Tin Can Tourists. Website.
Tin Can Tourists is an all make and model vintage trailer and motor coach club dedicated to promoting and preserving vintage trailers and motor coaches through gatherings and information exchange.

Wally Byam Caravan Club International. Website.
The Wally Byam Caravan Club International (named after the inventor of the Airstream) offers fun, fellowship and adventure for owners of Airstream RVs. The WBCCI is dedicated to fostering friendships and a passion for travel through a common interest in the Airstream lifestyle, offering caravans, rallies and activities through more than 122 local Units throughout the United States and Canada.

Wandering Individuals Network. Website.
WIN members “own all kinds of RV’s: vans, trailers, motor homes, and buses, small to large, inexpensive or not. We are attracted to who you are, not what you drive.” “We have members in most states of the US, provinces of Canada, Mexico and Europe.” “To qualify to join you must be traveling alone in your RV. However, once you’re in, you may travel with whomever you choose.”


Discount RV Clubs

Boondockers Welcome. Website.
“You have reached the forefront community for RVers, in particular for those concerned about rising costs, those wanting an option when all the campgrounds are full (or closed for the season), and those who call yourselves true ‘boondockers.’ At Boondockers Welcome you can connect with other RVers who have a location for you to dry camp for the night; it might be in their driveway or a field on their farm. The view may be of amber waves of grain or of the McDonald’s parking lot… but it will be a free place to park where you don’t have to worry about idling truck engines, security, or that dreaded knock on the window at 2 am.”

Country Coach International Club. Website.
“The original Country Coach owners club” and “the fourth largest FMCA chapter,” with over 1,000 members across the country and internationally, and with lots of benefits, including discounts.

Cummins Power Club. Website.
The club is designed for Recreational Vehicle owners with Cummins engines or Onan generators. The vehicle use must be non-commercial. The Cummins Power Club service[s] our Cummins customers with expanded services and benefits. [Not a “social” club.]

Explorer RV Club. Club website.
The largest national Canadian RV club serving ALL RVers. Membership in the Explorer RV Club offers many benefits including: discounts on camping fees; discounts on home, auto, travel and RV insurance (in some provinces); discounts on hotel fees and on-the-road travel; discounts on emergency road service; and many more benefits.

Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA). Website.
Largest club for owners of self-contained motorhomes, with about 75,000 members. Many regional and special interest chapters. Local rallies and one huge national rally. Many membership benefits and services, including discount programs, mail forwarding, roadside assistance, monthly magazine — everything to do with RVing and more.

Good Sam Club. Website.
“The world’s largest organization of recreational vehicle (RV) owners, the Good Sam Club is committed to making RVing a safer and more rewarding experience for its 1.3 million members. The Good Sam Club offers RVers the resources to make the most of the RV lifestyle, including significant savings on RV and health insurance, financing, roadside assistance, extended warranties and repairs. Good Sam Club members receive a 10% discount on the regular nightly rate at the club’s network of 2,200+ Good Sam RV Parks and Resorts, and they receive savings up to 30% at Camping World SuperCenters and when ordering by phone, discounts on fuel, propane and more at Pilot Flying J Travel Centers,” and so much more.

Good Sam Club – Military Membership and Veterans. Website.
“Active military personnel receive a complimentary Club membership. It’s our way of saluting and thanking our soldiers for the service they provide to our country. Veterans are eligible for a discounted Life membership rate.”

Harvest Hosts. Website.
“Welcome to Harvest Hosts, an online program with a network of wineries, farms and attractions that invite self-contained RVers to visit and stay overnight for free! Harvest Hosts provides the opportunity to travel to new areas, have unique experiences and enjoy purchasing locally grown and produced products.”

Passport America. Website.
“The First and Original 50% Discount Camping Club is the most popular discount camping, RVing, family recreational resource available. Since 1992 we have provided the best discounts on nightly camping rates to thousands of members at hundreds of campgrounds, RV Parks, and resorts … affiliated with Passport America in the US, Canada, and Mexico … New campgrounds joining almost daily!”

Pilot Flying J RV Club. Website.
“At Pilot Flying J, we are proud to offer the largest network of the most RV friendly travel centers in the US and Canada. All Flying J locations and several Pilot locations have dedicated RV lanes specially designed to fit your traveling needs…. [W]e stand by our commitment of providing fast and friendly customer service and products designed with the RVer in mind.”

RVing Women. Website.
“RVing Women is a National network whose members come from across the US and Canada. Established by and for women who are interested in RVing, we have Chapters across the country that offer camping, educational, and social events. We are a diverse group of women who enjoy many indoor and outdoor activities and hobbies.” “A growing number of businesses offer discounts to our members. These savings are available in RV parks and repair shops, for coach components, accessories and other fun RV products we can’t live without.”

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