From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal RV.
Yesterday I got an e-mail from somebody who is interested in purchasing a Thousand Trails membership but was confused by all of the options as to what parks a member can use, how long they can stay at a park, and if they can move from park to park or must stay out of the system for a certain number of days. Unfortunately, there is no easy way to explain the program, but I’ll try, to the best of my understanding.
The first thing to understand is that Thousand Trails (TT) is only one part of a large campground chain owned by Equity Lifestyle Properties (ELS). There are also NACO parks, Leisure Time Resorts (LTR), Mid-Atlantic, and Outdoor World (OW). Equity Lifestyle Properties also owns Encore Parks. Some memberships allow use of only part of the system and some allow full use of all parks.
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