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Cindy and I joined FMCA in December 2019. I was impressed with the organization of both FMCA and the Rocky Mountain Motorhome Association (RMMA). I petitioned to form the Southwest Sun Chasers chapter in the fall of 2020. We have enjoyed outings with our new chapter and with the RMMA, and we also attended FMCA's international convention in Gillette, Wyoming, in August 2021.
We love our local chapter (Roving Wolverines) Michigan, also meeting other FMCA members throughout the US at State Parks, RV resorts, etc.
The FMCA events (Conventions) are great. Seminars, vendors, education and best of all friendships made.
We went to our 1st rally in Minot, ND this year. Was our bucket list and had even more meaning due to my husbands recent stroke. Our trip from WI was a big test to see if we could continue the lifestyle. Everyone at the rally was great and helpful with being newbies and his handicap. Thank you!
FMCA is a great organization. I joined 4 years ago before I even got my RV. The people I have met at rallies have become close friends, and the rallies are awesome. From the huge International rally to the regional and chapter ones, I always come away thankful I am a member of this great organization. Hope to get to a few more chapter rallies this year.
I just want to say that the RV Basics course my wife and I took has paid for itself many times over. We have been glamping a lot since we took the course, and I have found three park power pedestals that were wired incorrectly (finding them thanks to you).
We have been members for more than 20 years. FMCA is a good organization, and if you attend any of their big rallies or conventions, you will be able to learn a lot about RVing.
We attended our first convention in Chandler, Arizona. We had just gotten our first motorhome, joined FMCA, and used the rally as our first destination to start our first month-long trip. It was awesome!
My wife fractured her spine and tailbone while on a trip to Denver , CO. She was hospitalized on August 2, 2021. She had four surgeries before being released on November 12, 2021. I called FMCAssist, and after reviewing her medical records, they sent a registered nurse to the hospital in Denver. The nurse then escorted her back to our home in Queen Creek, AZ. They paid for all transportation costs and tips for the skycaps at the airports. She was then flown home in the business-class cabin.
A friend of mine was in the hospital in Germany in a very confused state. FMCAssist arranged for a gentleman to fly to Germany and arrange everything to have him flown home to Toronto. He accompanied him all the way home and made sure he was safe in his own home and then he returned to the USA. All this at absolutely no cost to my friend. This one benefit alone is worth more than the dues for FMCA.
I am very thankful to FMCA and Seven Corners for the help I received from FMCAssist when my wife passed away on a trip to Arizona. FMCAssist helped have her sent back to our home state of Oregon. I did not have to worry about anything. It ran so smoothly with no worries or hiccups at all. I am blessed in 100,000 ways, and this was a blessing for me and my family.
I would like to thank you for FMCAssist. We had an incident where my husband was out of state and ended up in the hospital. I called Seven Corners for advice and assistance. I was totally amazed with their genuine concern for my situation and the speed with which they were able to arrange a flight for me to visit him in the hospital, as well as a flight for the both of us when he was discharged. All transportation was ready and waiting for us. I am so thankful to FMCA for this benefit.
Great reading and information, always look forward to receiving the magazine and reading about new products and services
I would recommend FMCA to anyone who has a RV and loves to travel. Great people and a great organization to be a member. If your interested in a RV lifestyle FMCA is a great resource with tons of helpful information. Happy Camping and safe travels.....
Your monthly magazines are the best. I use your digital editions and am just amazed by their functionality. The articles are very well written and one gets a good knowledge of the article's subject. Keep up the good work.
We were given the FMCA membership for the first year and have truly enjoyed the magazine and the FMCA plates, that we proudly display. I do look around our rig for others who are FMCA members when we travel. I truly had no idea all the wonderful things that FMCA does for the RVing community. We renewed for another year and have finally set up our membership and wanted to say "Thank You" FMCA for welcoming us to the Family Motor Coach Association.
Thank you for a great magazine! We read it from cover to cover.
I just used the Michelin Tire Advantage program for the first time. I can only say, thank you! The program was easy to use following the instructions provided. The price I was charged was exactly what was quoted on-line. The service was quick and the tire company that installed the tires here in Denver were very friendly and helpful with my questions. The program saved me about $480 on a set of 6 tires for my Class A Gas motorhome. This savings alone is will pay for several years FMCA!
I've now used the tire discount on the RV, the GX470 and the RAV4 at a huge savings. Every time I compare the prices and installation and the FMCA discount has more than paid for the annual membership fee. This is a great savings that I highly recommend. My local dealer was very impressed with what I'm paying for Michelin tires.
Many thanks for FMCA's Tire Program. We are so happy that FMCA has the Advantage Program, and we are telling everyone we know about this terrific benefit of FMCA membership!
Thank you. This is very fair pricing. I appreciate this benefit of FMCA membership!
I wanted to send a thank-you note for the opportunity to subscribe to T-Mobile for our hotspot through FMCA. We have contracted with other Wi-Fi internet companies only to be throttled back after 25GB, even though they claim to be unlimited. My wife and I are heavy users, and we have not seen any reduction in service or signal as we travel across the country. So far, our signal has been stronger than what the RV park offers. Thanks again for the great services offered to FMCA members.
We have had our wi-fi hot spot (Sprint) through Tech Connect for over a year now and it has worked very well for us as we travel across the US. It has been very reliable and is a great price for truly unlimited data usage. We just recently had the hotspot fail and we were helped by Brett at Tech Connect+. He diagnosed the problem and within 2 days we had a replacement arrive at the RV park we are staying at. That is fantastic service and we are so glad we are FMCA members and able to use it!
I am very pleased with both the Franklin R-910 Hotspot and the Sprint unlimited data plan through FMCA Tech Connect+. Everything is working flawlessly.
We got back to our motorhome late Saturday evening found water running on our bedroom floor from a broken water line on the water heater, turned off the water and called roadside rescue, because it was late everyone RR tried to call no one answered, RR said call back Sunday morning, we did, they connected with a service man while he was eating breakfast, the gentleman called us we described the problem he stopped at Lowe's got the part, he knew exactly were we were camping had us fixed quick
We were stranded along a narrow road near Bryce Canyon, Utah. The location was not a good place for cellular service, but I was able to contact Roadside Rescue and arrange for a tow after driving our towed vehicle to the town of Bryce. I had to speak with several people at Roadside Rescue, but each person I spoke with was respectful and courteous. The tow was set up and our rig taken to a place that promptly took care of the repair and we were back on the road in 24 hours.
When we were camping in Misty Mountain Campground in Greenwood, VA one morning our truck would not start. We called FMCA and the young lady told us we would have a tow truck there in 30 minutes. She explained the tow truck would take our truck to the dealership for repair. She was right on target. The tow truck was there in 30 minutes, picked up our truck and took the truck and us to the dealership. This was a great experience for us to compare to our last Roadside Asst. Thank You FMCA.
We had a small issue with FMCA Roadside Rescue© customer service, and they made it right. It shows me they take customer service seriously. They called me twice to apologize and to get the complete story. I plan on staying with the plan, thanks to customer service like this.
Thank you for having the RV roadside assistance benefit option. It was well worth the extra money! We got locked out of our RV in 85-degree temps. Everything was inside the RV (except us and our dog) including my husband's Parkinson's medication! We called roadside assistance and within an hour, they had a locksmith sent to rescue us.
I needed insurance for my "new to me" 2016 Newmar Ventana LE. After doing some on-line shopping for a new policy and getting stunned by quotes being offered, I turned to FMCA RV Insurance and was very pleasantly surprised and pleased by the quotes provided which were $1,000 per year less than the online offers from the same insurance companies! FMCA RV Insurance is a great benefit to have from FMCA!
We just took advantage of FMCA's RV insurance discount. Becoming full-timers, we wanted to make sure we had a full-timers' policy. Thanks to FMCA's help, our policy is now in full effect and it was quick and easy.
On Saturday evening July 20th, 2019, we arrived at the Elko RV Park at Ryndon outside Elko Nevada. We discovered as soon as we tried to plug into the power post that our electric plug head was worn out. We could not get power. It was hot and Saturday evening. Matthew, the park manager had a brand-new head in his supply. For NO charge or fee request, he replaced it for us himself!! What an amazing experience of kindness! Thank you, Matthew! And we enjoyed our time in the park as well!
While visiting the Albuquerque Balloon Festival, our tow bar broke. Parts manager Ernest Marquez took the time to troubleshoot the tow bar and determined it was a faulty part covered by warranty. Further investigation determined he didn't have the part in stock so he took the part off his display model. This type of service is far beyond the norm and is one reason we will never go anywhere else for service in the Albuquerque area other than Rocky Mountain Marine & RV.
Wow! What a nice benefit from FMCA membership. We live in Florida and travel to Columbus, Ohio each summer to visit our children and grandchildren. After a harrowing trip around Atlanta, we were in need of a ‘respite.’ I made reservations at the FMCA campground and we were pleasantly surprised: quiet, full hookups, clean. It allowed us to experience a wonderful dinner at one of our favorite restaurants in Mariemont! I highly recommend the campground to fellow members when near Cincinnati
Nice clean and quiet area. Wish we would have had more time to explore the area. Definitely will be coming back.
We enjoyed our stay at FMCA campground very much. So peaceful and relaxing, and so refreshing. We went for a walk around the lake. Great views and a paved walking path made the walk so enjoyable. The park is clean and well looked after. We had a site with full hook ups and we thank you FMCA for the free stay. We will be back ! Gord and Linda Miller F511609
We really enjoyed our stay at the FMCA campground, it was a nice location for our 2 night stay. Nice to meet and greet other FMCA members. Campground is clean and we'll groomed. So glad we stopped.
We had the opportunity to stay at the camping facility in OH and it was great! So clean and well kept, sites spacious and well laid out, close to so much to do and good places to eat! We enjoyed our 2 nights and hope to come back soon.
Spacious, level site; well-maintained grounds; particularly liked the dog yard. Will visit again when in the area. BillnK8 F468858
It was a nice treat again! We stayed at the campground several months ago for 2 nights, and we just completed another 2 nights there. The campground is excellent and the 1.4 mile walking path around the lake provides exercise as well as enjoyable bird watching. Units of all sizes and degrees of fanciness seemed right at home there. THANK YOU FMCA!!!
Excellent RV park to stay if you are traveling through the Cincinnati area... wide, long concrete pads, full hookups, clean, and nicely landscaped surroundings. Thanks to FMCA for providing this facility to members!
We appreciate the 2 free nights we enjoyed at the HQ campground. A nice, comfortable, level, concrete site was a treat. As a part of our visit we went to Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum. It is a National Historic Landmark and the third largest cemetery in the USA (733 acres). It is a beautiful place for a casual walk or a nice run or drive. there are 44 miles of paved roads within the grounds.
Always nice. Easy in easy out. Convenient for activities in Cincy area.
This was a very clean and big concrete site with full hook ups and we thank you FMCA for the free stay and will pass this info on to non members, Sanford and Kitty
THANK YOU FMCA staff for working with me during this Covid-19 unprecedented time. The uncertainty of when our granddaughter's high school graduation event would take place, you were most helpful! Especially, Alexis, who worked with me on more than one change!
Stayed 2 nights the latter part of September. Very clean and well kept. Not near much food so just keep that in mind. Quite and spacious sites. About 30 total. No bath house, but most sites have sewer, water, electricity. Will stay again and am thankful for FMCA making this available.
We stayed this past weekend at the FMCA campground for the first time and enjoyed the stay. The campground is well kept, quiet, and a great place to stay and plan on coming back. We would recommend it to any FMCA member.
In Cincinnati for a family wedding. Originally booked a 4 night stay but extended 1 day when we had a opportunity to visit with some relatives in for the wedding. Campground was great. Large concrete pad with plenty of room for our 5er and TV. Water pressure was only 22lbs so we filled the tank and ran the pump. Decent WiFi too. Enjoyed both the Main Street Cafe and the Urban Grill on Main in Newtown for dinner. Had excellent breakfasts at The Original Pancake House on Beechmont.
We had the pleasant experience of staying on 8/17/19 at the FMCA Campground in Cincinnati, OH, in our 42-foot motorhome. We were able to reserve a full-service site just a couple of days before our arrival. The bonus that evening was a fireworks display just to the back of the campground. It was truly spectacular! Another bonus: just a short distance from the campground we had dinner at a fabulous restaurant, Urban Grill on Main, located in Newtown, OH. You don't want to miss this place!
We stopped at the FMCA Campground on Round Bottom Rd in Cincinnati overnight and would stay again. The sign for entrance to the park needs to be larger (cause we missed it and had to find place to turn around) but very nice manicured park.
We have been members since 1996 (# 210839)... In that time we have RV all over the US Plus a trip to Alaska and Canada.. We were full timers for 9 yrs....FMCA is best thing in RVing. In that time we used about every assist program available.. Early on the rallies and other RVers taught us newbies the things you need to know.... Steve&Dee McGreevy
I called FMCA to renew my membership was very please with Dan Ball, Director of Membership & Marketing. He treated me with respect and answered all my questions with professionalism. Really efficient.
We have been members of FMCA for 9 years now and when I noticed an advisement that FMCA was now partnering with TCS services to provide a prepaid diesel fuel discount card I was very interested. We enrolled, and this last week we completed a 5000 mile round trip journey to Michigan and back to California. I was pleased with the ease of use of the TCS Fuel Card. We only had to fill up one time at a non TA Metro fuel stop. Avg svgs was $.38 a gal. $203 for the entire trip. Amazing! Thanks FMCA
Yes the Roadside Assist program is worth more than the price of membership but I hope I never have to use it. We have friends that did and they are very happy with how well they were treated. The new TCS Diesel Fuel program is another story. I am using that every chance I get! We are saving about $15 per fuel stop - no exaggeration. At this rate, we will more than pay for our membership in a month of traveling and the Roadside Assist program becomes free to us along with the FMCA membership
I became a member of FMCA back in 2014 when I owned 2009 Fleetwood TIOGA Ranger, Class C motor-home and when I decided to downsize due to the normal aging process, I notice that FMCA in 2017 decided to allow all RV owners to join FMCA. I felt confident about my decision to renew my membership would be a good decision. I now have a 2018 Keystone Outback 266RB travel trailer and I am so thrilled that FMCA now has extended their community to all RV owners.
How has FMCA saved me money? Several hundred dollars on new tires for my tow vehicle. I have both the Verizon and Sprint MiFis at great prices, Sprint never throttles down. I took the RV Basic which cost me a bit in the beginning with the long list of items I should have in the RV but has saved me money since then. Hundreds of lessons available for finding information on how to do repairs. When I needed tires for my TT I didn't have any success with the tire program.
We had a blast and would 100% recommend Fantasy RV Tours through FMCA Tour Connection.
I have noticed the OfficeMax/Office Depot ad in Family RVing magazine for a while. I figured at best it would mean the typical 10%. I recently needed printer ink and decided to rip the page out to take with me. What the heck 10% is better than nothing! However, while checking my receipt, I discovered that what would have been $74 was only $41 with the FMCA discount. A savings of $33 almost a 50% savings. The discount made one of the ink cartridges basically free, as it was $33 by itself.