Is the Thousand Trails Cabin Pass Worth It?

This broad network of campgrounds has added another membership type to accommodate guests who don’t travel with an RV.

The Thousand Trails Cabin Pass is available for purchase and offers comfortable and unique accommodations like yurts, cabins, and cottages at more than 70 locations across the country.

Let’s learn more about whether you should consider purchasing the Cabin Pass!

Thousand Trails is a camping membership allowing members to access campgrounds nationwide without paying a nightly fee.

About Thousand Trails

There are several membership levels, so some members have different benefits. Some can stay only 14 consecutive days, while others can stay up to 21 consecutive days.

How Does Thousand Trails Work?

Members no longer have to travel in an RV. They can now stay on an on-site property on Thousand Trails campgrounds.

About the Thousand Trails Cabin Pass

You do not need a Thousand Trails membership to buy the Thousand Trails Cabin Pass.

Do You Need a Thousand Trails Membership to Get the Cabin Pass? 

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