The information provided on the following organizations in U.S.A. and Canada was obtained directly from their web sites.
Canadian Recreational Vehicle Association — “The association works continually to promote all aspects of quality and safety in RVs built by our CRVA member companies.”
Escapees RV Club — Joe and Kay Peterson had been full-timing for eight years before they started the Escapees RV Club on July 4, 1978. The name “Escapees was chosen because it signifies escaping from the conventional lifestyle to a more adventurous one. The club’s mission is to provide a total support network for RVers. It is dedicated to providing ‘Support, Knowledge and Parking’ and vow never to stop striving to improve.”
Explorer RV Club (Canada) — “The Explorer RV Club is 100% Canadian-owned and the largest national Canadian RV club serving ALL RVers.”
Family Campers & RVers (FCRV) — “To share with all campers/RVers, the Family Campers & RVers fun, friendship, fellowship and family feelings of camping together and to promote and enhance the experience and enjoyment of recreational family type camping/ RVing.”
Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) — “FMCA is an international organization for families who own and enjoy the recreational use of motorhomes. With approximately 85,000 active member families, FMCA is the world’s largest motorhome owners group.”
Fulltime Families — “Our mission is to give you the tools and information you need to make the most of your adventure.”
Good Sam Club — Offers Member Benefits including camping discounts.
Handicapped Travel Club — “Formed in 1973 to encourage traveling for people with a wide range of disabilities. The HTC encourages people with disabilities and their families to travel, to meet and to share information on making recreational vehicles accessible for the disabled.”
Loners on Wheels — “You must be legally single.”
National African-American RVers Association — “NAARVA is a family oriented, nonprofit organization which meets annually. As a result, friendships that may have originated at a Rally are kept alive, and new ones are developed among adult members and youth. The freedom of adventure, characterizes all the members.”
North American Truck Camper Owners Association — “Truck camper consumers and enthusiasts. We enthusiastically promote the Truck Camper as an RV choice, have fun doing it, and connect manufacturers with consumers via our forum.”
RV Care-a-Vanners is an active volunteer program for anyone who travels in a recreation vehicle, has a desire to build simple, decent Habitat for Humanity houses, and have fun doing it. They welcome people of all ages, all skill levels, all religious beliefs, and all walks of life who want to pick up a hammer and help change lives.
Rainbow RV Club — “The largest Gay and Lesbian RV and Tent Camping Membership Club in North America. In existence since 1997, events are a great place to meet with friends from the LGBT community with a common interest in RV ORV and tent camping.”
Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (RVDA) — “RVDA is dedicated to advancing the RV retailer’s best interests through education, member services, industry leadership, and market expansion programs that promote the increased sale and use of RVs and that enhance the positive image of the RV experience.”
Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) — “RVIA is the national trade association representing recreation vehicle (RV) manufacturers and their component parts suppliers who together build more than 98 percent of all RVs produced in the U.S.”
The RV Radio Network — “An ARRL affiliated association of RV enthusiasts who also share an interest in Amateur Radio. Here you will find information about rallies, hamfests, radio nets, and other activities.”
RVing Women — “A social/recreational organization established by and for women who are interested in RVing. We are dedicated to providing opportunities for networking, building friendships and sharing knowledge. Our members include women with diverse backgrounds. Ownership of an RV is not a prerequisite.”
Special Military Active Retired Travel Club (S.M.A.R.T.) — “SMART brings military veterans (active, retired, & honorably discharged) together to share camaraderie, travel, RVing, and to support our veterans.”
Tin Can Tourists — “An all make and model vintage trailer and motor coach club. Our goal is to promote and preserve vintage trailers and motor coaches through gatherings and information exchange.”
United Motorcoach Association — “UMA is comprised of more than 900 professional bus and motorcoach companies and more than 250 ‘associate’ members, the suppliers, manufacturers, and travel partners who serve our dynamic industry.”
Wandering Individuals Network — WIN is an organization of active singles who travel in recreation vehicles.
Can’t find what you’re looking for here? For addition RV clubs, including those organized by various RV manufacturers, check out the list maintained by RVTravel.com.