Get Together and Share the Fun!
Join a Good Sam Chapter!
Have you ever wished for friends to go camping with you? Good Sam Chapters embrace true RV fellowship and make lasting friendships through a shared sense of community and a love for RVing. Chapters are full of people who love their RVs, who like to laugh, share camping tips, sit around a campfire and eat amazing dinners. It is great to know travel friends who watch out for each other on the road.
There are over 1,200 Good Sam Chapters across North America. You can choose one by location or find one that matches your camping style. Maybe you like to kick back and relax at a nearby campground or perhaps you would rather explore the far corners of your state or beyond. There is a Chapter out there for you. If you can’t find one that meets your needs you could even start your own.
Good Sam Chapters do more than just camp and socialize. A big reason why people join the Good Sam Club and Chapters is so they can lend a helping hand to others. Chapter members get together and organize community volunteer opportunities. This directly coincides with the inspiration behind the Good Sam Club founding principle of the Good Samaritan spirit. Many opportunities exist for ways you and your local Chapter can get involved with the spirit of giving. Some volunteer efforts include: Cleanup Days
Many charities benefit from the contributions and helping hands of Good Sam Chapter members.
Joining or starting a Chapter is a great way to have fun and meet fellow RVers who share your interests. Use the dropdown menu above to find a Chapter in your area.
Don't see a Chapter listed in your area? Starting a Chapter is fun and easy. Simply fill out the online "Start a Chapter" application
. Once submitted, the information provided will then be sent to your State/Provincial Director who will contact you about starting a Chapter.
Chapter of the Year Award
|2015 Chapter of the Year Winner|
Utah Deer Sams, Utah
The Utah Deer Sams put their heart and soul into making handcrafted items to give to people in need. Members made and donated blankets, scarves, hats, toys and other items to various charities. They raised over $1,800 in 2015 and donated, an impressive, over $23,236 from their treasury to organizations such as Adopt-a-Park, Wounded Warriors, Ronald McDonald House, the American Red Cross and many others.Read More