1. I am 88 and still a bit rambunctious. My RV is still useable, so I expect to hit a few of the resorts. probably in the NW, because I live in the SE corner of WA. I endured many years of various illnesses between my wife and myself and could not enjoy TTrails. My wife passed on three years ago but I am still hail and hearty.

    • elsmarketing

      We’re so sorry she wasn’t able to camp with us! But we’re happy to hear you are doing well. We hope you’ll get a chance to visit us sometime soon for an RV adventure!

  2. Patricia Hurley Caddy

    Did you forget to mention the Yurts at Lake of the Springs or have they been removed?

    • elsmarketing

      Hi Carmela – At this time we don’t have any immediate plans to feature tiny houses at Rancho Oso, but stay tuned! The covered wagons, featured above, are currently available for guests to rent at Rancho Oso.

  3. Ed Tucker

    I am old and have sold my RV so am interested in these alternate camping options. How do I make use of these?

    • elsmarketing

      Hi Ed – Great question! You can check out our website and select one of these rental units mentioned, or you can give our teams a call to discuss options located near you. thousandtrails.com or 1-866-642-7887 We’re here to help in any way we can!

  4. Lisa Noble

    Do you plan on ever puting getaway cabins at the 2 Tennessee locations? We are Getaway members and we were looking forward to going to Tennessee. I thought that they would let us use the cabins that they do have for our free week but they said we can’t. So disappointed.

    • elsmarketing

      Hi Lisa – Thanks for the suggestion! We’ll share this feedback with our teams and keep you posted if any upcoming plans are made. We never want our guests to feel disappointed by our accommodations!

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