Enjoy America! Announces New Member Parks

July 17, 2013 by   - () Comments Off on Enjoy America! Announces New Member Parks

New member parks announced

Enjoy America! has introduced two new parks that have joined the discount camping program.

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 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 for more details.

For more information, visit, click on the link at the bottom of the page “Become an affiliated park” and view the details.


For the past 15 years, Enjoy America! has provided thousands of RV travelers the opportunity to save money when the stay at high quality RV parks all over North America. Actually, this is a winning situation for both parties. The traveling folks save money and the RV parks fill empty sites.

Enjoy America! just launched a new revenue sharing program. This new revenue sharing program allows participating parks to get paid for selling access to the Enjoy America! system. Members still save on at least one night’s at participating campgrounds, the parks  still fill an empty site but now the parks earn additional revenue in sales commissions for helping Enjoy America build the member base. That’s what you call a three legged stool. Additionally, there is an annual renewal bonus for the parks, when the members they enroll continue to renew their membership in Enjoy America!

There are never any fees for participating in Enjoy America! All advertising in the directory and website development are free to the park. For more information visit, click on the link at the bottom of the page “Become an affiliated park” and view the details.




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