Passport America (PA) is another RV park membership. I use to not like PA because it didn’t fit our style/needs of RVing. For the last few years it has. It’s for more the traveling person that is going from point A to point B with miles in between with no place to stay. PA parks are usually the overnight/traveling parks close to popular and well traveled routes. You usually can stay only a night or two and get in for half the raised price. Each park has it own rules about costs and when and how long you can stay. You get a big book that informs you of all this ahead of time . I then call the park the day of travel and check in and make sure everything is cool, etc. We’ve had PA for about 2 plus years now and plan on keeping it. I think it’s $39 or $59 a year.
I forgot this was a holiday weekend. Some of these memberships parks don’t let out siders in on holidays and just reserve their sites for their own members. Can’t blame them but for a full timer it can be a hassle. It’s probably one of those hassles that many full timers don’t even discuss that much but all experience it especially on the big holidays.
When you get around Effingham you will see this cross for sure. There several of them across the country like this. We stopped at the Flying J and filled our LP tank at $3.09. We had about a 1/4 left. The last time we filled it up was in Anchorage, Alaska. We didn’t get fuel – a little high for the area at $3.61.
You will also hit construction around there and it was backed for miles the other way.
Tomorrow we fill the Beast up. It’s a little hungry and should take about 100 gallons. I found a place down the road where the fuel is $3.49.