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Enjoy America! announced two new parks have joined the discount camping program.

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According to a news release, Leisure Mountain in Tijeras, N.M., is just 10 minutes east of Albuquerque nestled next to the Cihola Natural Forest with great views of the Sandia Mountains. This resort offers many amenities and offers 50% off the nightly rate for up to a seven-night stay. Please visit www.leisuremountain.com for more details.

Surfwood RV Campground in Reedsport, Ore., is surrounded by fir trees in a peaceful setting which is also close to many recreational locations such as riding the dunes, hiking, fishing and boating. The campground is located within 5 miles of the Oregon beaches. Visit www.surfwoodcampgroundrvreedsport.com for more details.

Enjoy America! provides RV travelers the opportunity to save money when the stay at high quality RV parks all over North America. For more information, visit www.enjoy-america.net

 

Good Sam Club members can apply for their Pilot Flying J RV Plus Card which will allow them to save on each gallon of gasoline and diesel fuel purchased; 10 cents per gallon on bulk propane purchased, and 50% on holding tank dump station charges at all applicable Pilot Flying J locations across the United States. The recent decision to combine the former Camping World President’s Club and the Good Sam Club into a newly-expanded, upgraded club was a key element in the club’s partnering with Pilot Flying J.

“I think we have found the right partner in Pilot Flying J,” said Good Sam Chairman and CEO Marcus Lemonis.. “They have built a great program that provides discounts to our members in addition to offering some of the lowest fuel prices in the market. They also met the tough standards we set for first class facilities in convenient locations when we first started our search of a fuel discount for our members. This commitment to our members naturally led to naming Pilot Flying J the Official Fuel Provider and Travel Center for the Good Sam Club.”

Pilot Flying J’s CEO and President Jimmy Haslam concurred with Lemonis noting, “We value our recreational vehicle customers and are pleased to offer them this exciting new benefit. Good Sam Club is a household name in the RV world, and we’re proud to partner with them in order to best reach the RV owner community, understand their needs and provide them with quality products and services. This is just another way we can thank our RV customers for their loyalty in choosing Pilot Flying J, the driver-driven company.”

Along with savings on gasoline, diesel, propane and dump services, Pilot Flying J locations offer a wide array of conveniences and services well-suited for RV travelers, including dedicated RV fuel lanes, convenience stores, on-site restaurants, safety and a clean environment for families. As part of the exclusive new program for Good Sam members the companies have co-produced an RV Travel Guide which lists all the participating Pilot Flying J locations and the RV specific services available to members at each location.

About The Good Sam Club The Good Sam Club, Join the Good Sam Club Today!“>www.goodsamclub.com , is the world’s largest RV owner’s organization with over one million members. Founded in 1966, the club offers its members a wide variety of services, including the Good Sam Extended Service Plan, Roadside Assistance, RV and Vehicle Insurance, RV Financing, Good Sam Visa Card, Life & Health Insurance and member discounts at parks, campgrounds and RV events. Good Sam Club members also receive a subscription to Highways, the club’s popular RV travel magazine. Additionally, the club represents more than 1,500 local RV chapters designed to bring RVers together from similar geographic regions for group camping excursions. Extremely committed to its RV members as well as to the environment, the club is a founder of the annual National Cleanup Day program and an advocate of public land access, Adopt-A-Highway programs and Adopt-A-Park programs. The newly-expanded Good Sam Club offers members advantages unmatched by any other RV and camping organization. These include savings of up to 30% on merchandise, installation and service at Camping World; 10% savings on nightly fees at over 1,700 Good Sam RV Parks and campgrounds in the U.S. and Canada; preferred rates on roadside assistance, insurance and extended warranties; exclusive member-only savings on the Trailer Life Directory and more.

About Pilot Flying J Pilot Flying J, the driver-driven company, is headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee, and has more than 550 retail locations across North America. Pilot Flying J is also one of the nation’s largest wholesale fuel providers, delivering over 500 million gallons of fuel to thousands of customers in 47 states and eight Canadian provinces. The company employs approximately 18,000 people and is the largest operator of travel centers and travel plazas in North America. Visit www.pilotflyingj.com for more information.

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State Rep. Jim Frishe, chairman of the 12-member delegation, announced Thursday that he was calling a special delegation meeting for Thursday at St. Petersburg College’s Clearwater campus. The agenda consists of one item: Honeymoon Island.

Several legislators attended Tuesday night’s public hearing, which drew hundreds of people. They joined in opposing the plan proposed by the state Department of Environmental Protection and supported by Gov. Rick Scott to let private contractors design, build and operate campgrounds — including spaces for recreational vehicles — at Honeymoon Island and up to 56 other parks that currently do not have campsites.

Honeymoon Island is one of the first of 56 parks where state officials want to add overnight camping sites including space for recreational vehicles. Honeymoon Island could get up to 45 campsites on 17.5 acres east of the southern beach parking lot, under the DEP’s plan.

DEP officials pitched the campsite idea and the list of parks where campgrounds could be built at a June 10 meeting of the Acquisition and Restoration Council, an advisory committee made up of state officials and private citizens. Then they pushed ahead with public hearings on Honeymoon Island and three other parks, where the plans all met strong opposition.

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