Good Sam Club campgrounds are those campgrounds that “create exceptional camping experiences” for the more than 2 million Good Sam Club members.
The first Alaskan RV park drivers encounter when they hop on the Alaska Highway. The campground opened in 1986 with 50 campsites and has grown to 162.
A Good Sam Club campground that sits on the border of Georgia and North Carolina. You can experience the Blue Ridge and Appalachian mountains.
The park offers 75 total campsites. The maximum site length is 60 ft. The park sits on 32 acres with a forest of native black oak trees and plenty of natural grassy areas to enjoy birding.
The park has luxurious landscaping, concrete pads, and the wide paved roads make it very big-rig friendly.