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FMCA Member Chris Rose

It was a no-brainer to join FMCA. Knowing we are covered by FMCAssist, getting roadside assistance at FMCA’s group rate, and access to mobile internet…all of this makes RVing easier. We are ready to hit the road and go camping without any worries, thanks to FMCA.

- Chris Rose, F477461

FMCA Member  Will and Britta Brown

We 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.

- Will and Britta Brown, F481545

FMCA Member Rich and Laura Sherman

After just a short time of becoming “RVers” your organization is the most valuable tool we have in the RV. The convention was overwhelming with the vast amount of valuable information we received from both people within FMCA and other members. You may consider us “lifers”.

- Rich and Laura Sherman, F480098

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  • Summer Recipes - FMCA Staff Picks

    August 31, 2020
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  • Top RV Mistakes to Avoid for New RVers

    August 24, 2020
    The RV lifestyle is filled with fun and adventure, and those who are willing to take the plunge will surely not look back. That being said, if you're a new RVer and you go into things without knowing what you’re doing, you may make some mistakes that you’ll wish you hadn’t. Fortunately for you, we have been the RV experts for nearly 60 years, and we are here to help you start your journey on a good note. Be sure you DON’T m....

Frequently Asked Questions

What is FMCA RV Club?

FMCA is the world’s largest member-owned, non-profit club RV travel club. The association has more than 150,000 members. Its national headquarters is located in Cincinnati, Ohio.

What does FMCA stand for?

FMCA stands for Family Motor Coach Association. Although FMCA began as an association for owners of motorized RVs, the club took a vote in 2017 that resulted in owners of all types of RVs being invited to join. All RV owners are welcome to join the FMCA family!

How much does it cost to join FMCA?

RV owners and businesses specializing in the RV industry are welcome to join the RV travel club. One-year and multiple-year memberships are available. A one-year membership for an RV owner is $85 for the first year and $75 upon renewal. View all pricing.

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