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New RV Club Helps Campers Save Money
ATLANTA, GA, June 23, 2011 ~~ RV campers have always saved money by traveling with everything they need, from their own bed to the kitchen sink. Now they can save even more by frequenting Georgia’s many state parks. The new Georgia State Parks’ RV Club rewards avid campers with a free night after staying for nine. Club membership is free.

The Peach State has dozens of state parks, ranging from Cloudland Canyon in the mountains to Crooked River along the coast. They offer more than 2,400 campsites with bathhouses, water and electric hookups, and laundry facilities. Rates average around $25 to $28 per night. Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy camping inside the parks because fishing lakes, hiking trails and beautiful scenery are right outside their door.

“We want to thank RV campers who are supporters of Georgia’s state parks and who make a significant impact on our reservations,” said State Park Director Becky Kelley. “We are offering this new RV Club to recognize them for their loyalty and to let them know how much we value their business.”

Campers can pick up RV Club PassPorts from park offices or by registering online at GeorgiaStateParks.org/RVClub. There’s no time limit to stay nine nights and get the tenth night free. The club is open to those in motorhomes, campers and trailers.

Some of Georgia’s more popular campgrounds include Unicoi State Park near Helen, Red Top Mountain on Lake Allatoona, Skidaway Island outside Savannah and Georgia Veterans in Cordele. To learn more about camping opportunities and the Georgia State Parks’ RV Club, visit GeorgiaStateParks.org/rvclub.

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