What is an SKP park?

SKP was originally used as an abbreviation of the Escapees RV Club. Escapees (SKPs) are Special Kinds of People who are always ready to help each other, but S-K-P can more accurately be used to designate the three distinct concepts on which the club is built.

Is Escapees RV Club worth?

In summary, the Escapees RV Club is one of the memberships we recommend to any RVer. It’s great for finding community on the road, provides access to many educational resources, and gives you great discounts on a variety of products and services.

What are Escapees Rainbow Parks?

Rainbow Parks Whether you are looking for short-term or long-term parking, we have a park where you will connect with your Escapees family. Located from Arizona to Tennessee, these parks offer a campground section, deeded lots, lease lots, and a unique five-year-lease ERPU program you won’t find anywhere else.

What is a co op RV park?

In an RV park Co-Op, each member/owner is entitled to the use of one RV site for as long as he/she owns the share. The member/owner does not “own” the RV site, but only the right to occupy it.

What is a jail breaker called?

synonyms for jail-breaker Compare Synonyms. defector. deserter. runaway. dodger.

Is escapist a real word?

escapist Add to list Share. An escapist is someone who doesn’t live in the real world, but dreams, wishes, and fantasizes instead. Other escapists retreat from the world into movies, television, books, games, alcohol, or even exercise.

Where are the SKP co-op parks in the US?

You will find SKP Co-Ops in Washington, Oregon, California (two parks), Nevada, Arizona (three parks), New Mexico, Texas and Florida. Several of these locations are ideal cool-weather destinations, while the parks in the central and northern Pacific states are perfect for escaping the worst of summer’s heat.

Is the Florida SKP resort a membership Park?

The Florida SKP Resort is one of two Escapee membership parks with a warm winter climate. Come and enjoy the beauty of our wide, palm-lined streets and abundant green areas. Our park is a quiet place to relax and enjoy the warmth of summer in winter, our year-round 84° outdoor pool, and the friendship of fellow Escapees.

How big is SKP Park of the Sierras?

Full with Spring rains, Coarsegold Creek runs through the park. Explore Our Unique Park Our Pioneers transformed 160 acres of brush and boulders into a truly one-of-a-kind RV park, leaving 40 acres of natural beauty on the other side of the creek to hike and explore.

Do you need a SKP membership to use an escapees lot?

Escapees members may purchase an SKP Co-Op membership, when available, which entitles the use of a specified lot until sold back to the cooperative. These co-ops are favored destinations among many Escapees members.