Rules of the Road
COAST TO COAST RESORTS
Coast Classic, Coast Deluxe and Coast Premier Resorts are membership resorts across North America with a full complement of amenities such as swimming pools, clubhouses, sport courts and lakes for fishing, boating and swimming. These resorts open their gates to Coast to Coast members for 1,000* Trip Points per RV night. In order to be eligible for membership in Coast to Coast, you must first become a member of one of our affiliated membership resorts which becomes your "home resort."
*Rates subject to change. Additional fees, surcharges, or taxes may apply. Reservations subject to availability at time of booking.
COAST GOOD NEIGHBOR PARKS
Good Neighbor Parks (GNPs) enhance the Coast to Coast network by offering members additional high-quality places to stay. GNPs have their own set of operational guidelines, because, unlike Coast to Coast Resorts, they’re open-to-the-public parks rather than membership resorts. GNPs welcome Coast to Coast members for a special discounted rate* exclusively for Coast to Coast members.
*Rates subject to change. Coast rate subject to availability and may not be available during peak seasons, holidays and special events. Other fees, surcharges, or taxes may apply. All GNP reservations must be booked and paid directly with the GNP. Trip Points cannot be used to pay for GNP reservations.
GOOD SAM PARKS
Coast to Coast members are eligible for complimentary Good Sam Club membership. When you show your Good Sam Club membership card at any of the more than 2,400 Good Sam Parks across North America, you’ll receive a 10 percent savings on nightly stays. Good Sam Parks are listed at GoodSamClub.com/travel. Good Sam Parks cannot be booked through Tripsetter but must be booked directly with the park.
COAST TO COAST POLICIES
Reciprocity is at the heart of the Coast to Coast network. It’s one of our foundational concepts that turns a membership in your home resort into privileges at hundreds of others. All Coast to Coast Resorts are expected to treat traveling members the way they’d like their members to be treated when they travel. Therefore, restrictions adopted by your home resort may be applied to you when you visit other resorts in the network.
COAST TO COAST NETWORK POLICIES
To use Coast to Coast’s Tripsetter reservation system to book stays at Coast to Coast Resorts, you must be an active member with both your home resort and Coast to Coast.
Annual Coast to Coast membership dues are paid directly to Coast to Coast prior to your enrollment anniversary. These are separate from the annual maintenance fees billed by your home resort.
- Access to Coast to Coast Resorts and Good Neighbor Parks is on a space-available basis relative to the number of sites each resort designates for Coast to Coast membership use.
- Not all sites in every resort are devoted to the Coast to Coast network. Resorts can’t guarantee availability.
- Coast to Coast cannot guarantee the availability of full hookups at resorts.
At certain times, space may be difficult to secure in high-demand regions such as coastal areas in the summer and Sunbelt areas in the winter. It is highly recommended that you make reservations as early as possible when you’d like to visit these areas at those times.
Coast members cannot book back-to-back reservations at Coast resorts within a multi-resort system. After each stay in a multi-resort system, a member must be out of that multi-resort system for 7 days before starting another reservation/stay at a resort within that same multi-resort system. For more information see the Multi-Resort Systems chart in your Coast annual directory or on this web site.
- Each RV site is limited to four persons, unless otherwise specified. This may include the member, family members and guest(s). Guests must travel with you in the same RV.
- Each rental unit is limited to the number of persons specified in the resort’s directory listing, on the website or by the resort.
HOME RESORT TRANSFER
Home resort membership or ownership transfers must be discussed directly with the member’s home resort prior to contacting Coast to Coast.
If you plan to visit a resort for day use only, call in advance. Resorts may not have space available. Day-use fees are charged at the resort’s discretion.
Arriving at a Coast to Coast Resort or Good Neighbor Park with no reservation is discouraged. It is at the discretion of each affiliate whether they will honor the Coast to Coast rate for any member who drives up without a valid reservation, including day-use RVers. Resorts may not have sites available.
Reservations within 72 hours of the arrival date must be made directly with the Coast to Coast Resort.
LAST-MINUTE RESERVATION CHANGES
The resort’s published reservation-change policy will be honored by Coast to Coast.
LAST-MINUTE DEPARTURE CHANGES
Let the resort know if you’re departing early; don’t just drive off without checking out. The resort’s published early-departure policy will be honored by Coast to Coast.
If you don’t show up at a resort where you have a reservation and you didn’t cancel by 6:00 p.m., resort time, the day prior to your arrival date, your account will be charged the amount of Trip Points equal to the resort’s minimum-stay requirement. If your Trip Points account does not have sufficient Trip Points to pay the No Show charge, Coast may suspend your membership privileges until you pay the No Show charge. Contact the resort directly when a No-Show is disputed.
If you cancel your reservation later than 6:00 p.m. (resort time) the day before your scheduled arrival date, your account will be charged the amount of Trip Points equal to the resort’s minimum-stay requirement.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION & SPECIAL NOTES
Coast to Coast Resorts cannot guarantee that any particular affiliate will always be in the Coast to Coast network. Check CoastResorts.com for the most current information.
All dollar amounts quoted in the Resort Directory are in U.S. currency.
- In addition to the nightly resort camping fee, other fee(s), surcharges or taxes may apply. Check the resort listings on our website, CoastResorts.com, for more information, or check with the resort directly.
- 50-amp service is not available at all resorts in the Coast to Coast network. However, when and where available, 50-amp service may or may not be included in the nightly Trip Point rate, and a surcharge, payable in cash, may be charged by the Coast to Coast Resort.
- Resorts in the Coast to Coast network reserve the right to charge visiting Coast to Coast members for the use of optional amenities such as golf courses, boating, waterslides, horseback riding, etc.
- Resorts are permitted to offer optional services to Coast to Coast members (i.e., cable TV, Wi-Fi) for an optional surcharge. Such amenities and surcharges cannot be paid with Trip Points.
Members requiring handicap access should contact resorts directly to confirm handicap access availability.
The information published for each Coast to Coast Resort and Good Neighbor Park was provided by each property and is presumed to be accurate. If you need additional information about any specific resort or park, please contact the affiliate directly.
Unless otherwise noted in each resort’s directory listing, visitor mail is not accepted.
- When traveling with pets, it is essential that members do the following:
- Contact the resort directly prior to making a reservation to verify that resort’s particular pet restrictions
- Attend to your pet at all times
- Keep your pet on a leash
- Clean up after your pet
- Keep your pet from disturbing others or destroying property
- Bring only non-dangerous breeds of dogs
- Leave exotic animals at home
- Provide a proof-of-vaccination record, if asked to do so
- Reservations may not be honored for members who do not meet the resort’s particular pet restrictions.
Not all Coast to Coast Resorts can accommodate big rigs. Please specify your vehicle’s length when making a reservation. The Maximum RV Length specification in the resort listings is designed to ensure that your vehicle can be accommodated at that particular resort. Reservations may not be honored for vehicles that exceed the listed maximum length.
Coast to Coast does not own or operate any of the resorts in our system. The affiliated resorts that comprise the Coast to Coast network are independently owned and operated resort campgrounds. Some resorts may elect to permit nonmember public stays based upon availability.
Coast to Coast Resorts may block holidays, days surrounding holidays and special events. Take note of U.S. and Canadian holidays before booking reservations.
Many resorts are subject to local sales tax, lodging tax or both. These taxes generally will be added to the charges published in the directory. Taxes cannot be paid with Trip Points. Please contact the resorts directly for details.
When an individual, company or corporation owns and operates two or more Coast to Coast affiliates, we refer to that as a multi-resort system. Visits by Coast to Coast members to properties within these resort groups (listed below) have a special restriction. The restriction is that members cannot book back-to-back reservations at Coast resorts within a multi-resort system. After each stay in a multi-resort system, a member must be out of that multi-resort system for 7 days before starting another reservation/stay at a resort within that same multi-resort system.
|Paradise Cove Resort and Marina||Rockaway Beach||Oregon|
|Willow Bay Resort and Marina||Nine Mile Falls||Washington|
|Cherry Valley Lakes Resort||Beaumont||California|
|El Golfo RV Resort||El Golfo||Sonora, Mexico|
|Ghost Mountain Ranch||Pollock Pines||California|
|KQ Ranch Resort||Julian||California|
|Lake Havasu RV Park||Lake Havasu City||Arizona|
|Sunrise Adventures – Ridgeview||Bullhead City||Arizona|
|Oak Glen Retreat||Yucaipa||California|
|Columbia Shores RV Park||Chinook||Washington|
|Diamond Point Resort||Sequim||Washington|
|Maple Grove Resort||Randle||Washington|
|Ocean Breeze Resort||Ocean City||Washington|
|Old American Kampground||Newport||Washington|
|Ponderosa Falls Resort||Cheney||Washington|
|Travel Inn Resort||Elma||Washington|
|Ham Lake Resort||Ham Lake||Minnesota|
|Hidden Bluffs Resort||Spring Grove||Minnesota|
|Rushmore Shadows Resort||Rapid City||South Dakota|
|St Croix River Resort||Hinckley||Minnesota|
|Abita Springs RV Resort||Abita Springs||Louisiana|
|Hideaway Ponds RV Resort||Gibson||Louisiana|
|Millwood Landing Golf and RV Resort||Ashdown||Arkansas|
|Mountain Lakes Resort||Langston||Alabama|
|Styx River Resort||Robertsdale||Alabama|
|Texoma Shores RV Resort||Madill||Oklahoma|
|Tres Rios RV Park and Resort||Glen Rose||Texas|
|Branson Ridge RV Resort||Branson||Missouri|
|Grand Haven Resort||Grand Haven||Michigan|
|Lake of the North Resort||West Branch||Michigan|
|Lake Shore Resort||Davison||Michigan|
|Mt. Pleasant Resort||Mt. Pleasant||Michigan|
|Rifle River Resort||Sterling||Michigan|
|Saginaw Bay Resort||Standish||Michigan|
|Lakeside RV Park||Duchesne||Utah|
|Pleasant Creek RV Park||Mount Pleasant||Utah|
SCHROON/SARATOGA ESCAPE RESORTS
|Saratoga Escape Lodges & RV Park||Greenfield Center||New York|
|Schroon River Escape Lodges & RV Resort||Diamond Point||New York|
|Beachwood RV Resort||Birch Bay||Washington|
|Cascade Meadows RV Resort||La Pine||Oregon|
|Neskowin Creek RV Resort||Neskowin||Oregon|
|Clint’s Well||Happy Jack||Arizona|
|Copalis Beach Resort||Copalis Beach||Washington|
|Dow Creek Resort||Hoodsport||Washington|
|Eagle’s Nest RV Resort||Ilwaco||Washington|
|Edgewater RV Resort||Soldotna||Alaska|
|Lake Easton Resort||Easton||Washington|
|Pacific Holiday RV Resort||Long Beach||Washington|
|Pier 4 RV Resort||Moses Lake||Washington|
|Bass Lake Resort||Parish||New York|
|Gettysburg Battlefield Resort||Gettysburg||Pennsylvania|
|North Shore Landing||Greensboro||Georgia|
|Rocky Fork Ranch||Kimbolton||Ohio|
|Sycamore Lodge||Jackson Springs||North Carolina|
|Wally World Riverside Resort||Loudonville||Ohio|
|Indian Lake Resort||Huntsville||Ohio|
|Canyon Creek Resort||Winters||California|
|Delta Shores Resort & Marina||Isleton||California|