We do not have one anymore; but when I was younger, I had one of those campground memberships where you can travel and stay at any affiliated member campgrounds. I really loved it, and it was a great way to travel, especially when you like to get out of cities and enjoy the peace and quiet of a campground. Most of the campgrounds are around a lake, or at least have a small pond where a person can fish or paddle around in a little rowboat. They all have good bath and shower facilities, and often a pool and hot tub as well. I belonged to one called "Thousand Trails", and they had affiliate campgrounds that you could stay in when you were traveling and there was not an official TT campground close by. My camper was a VW camper bus, and it had the pop-up top. We had the kids along and made a trip from the Seattle area all the way down the West Coast and back, and stopped at all of the interesting places along the way. We no longer have any kind of vehicle to camp with, and we have two little dogs to care for; but if it were possible, I would love to still travel around and camp and see more of the United States that way.