You will also see changes at our Escapees RV Parks. For the safety of our park staff and guests, access to certain amenities will be restricted for the foreseeable future. Though access is restricted, please know our parks are still open for guests.
  • All park buildings are closed and locked to the general public, including campground staff and park residents, until further notice with exception to laundry rooms and exterior-accessible restrooms. This includes park offices, activity centers, clubhouses, etc.
  • Park offices are closed to outside guests. If you need to make a reservation, ask a question, make a payment, etc, you will have to call the park office. Staff will still be available during regular office hours, but face-to-face interaction is discouraged.
  • Social hours, meals, and formal community gatherings are cancelled until further notice. 
  • Due to state and local policies, some Escapees RV Parks may have modified reservations policies. 

COVID-19 UPDATE - May 19th

As more states revise their individual orders, we will evaluate the status of our park(s) within those states. When policies are adjusted, we will update the information on each park’s webpage, which you may find below.

Before deciding to revert to our standard reservation policies, we must evaluate a variety of local, state, and federal orders. As you are likely aware, these orders vary greatly from state to state, and even county to county. Because our club, activities, and parks reach a national level, the following information was distributed in our last message: “To continue doing what we can to protect our staff and guests, we will continue following our revised policies and Stay-in-Place guidance across all Escapees RV Parks until the CDC and other Federal agencies condone returning to leisurely travel.” 

While this statement still holds true, we have come to the consensus that state and local policies, supported by the White House and CDC’s Opening Up America Again guide, will direct our decisions for corresponding Escapees parks. Our policy decisions include when to revert to standard reservation policies (daily, weekly, and monthly reservations) and away from monthly-only reservations. However, all social distancing measures will continue to remain in effect until further notice.

Rainbow’s End and TRA-Park – Texas
As of May 18, Texas has entered Phase 2 of reopening. This has prompted Escapees operated parks, Rainbow’s End in Livingston, TX, and TRA-Park in Pecos, TX to reinstate standard reservation policies. These parks will now allow for daily, weekly, and monthly reservations in accordance with our standard practices. However, all social distancing measures will continue to remain in effect until further notice.

Raccoon Valley – Tennessee
As of May 26, Knoxville county has entered Phase 2 of reopening. This has prompted Escapees park, Raccoon Valley in Heiskell,TN to reinstate standard reservation policies. This park will now allow for daily, weekly, and monthly reservations in accordance with our standard practices. However, all social distancing measures will continue to remain in effect until further notice.

Rainbow Plantation – Alabama
As of May, Alabama has entered phase 2 of reopening. This has prompted Escapees park, Rainbow Plantation in Summerdale, AL to reinstate standard reservation policies. This park will now allow for daily, weekly, and monthly reservations in accordance with our standard practices. However, all social distancing measures will continue to remain in effect until further notice.

As more states revise their individual orders, we will evaluate the status of our park(s) within those states. When policies are adjusted, we will update this page accordingly. You may also find the latest information on each park’s webpage.

Stay in Place

We at Escapees RV Club are concerned for our members and all RVers during this time of crisis. With more states adding stay at home orders on top of CDC and other health organization recommendations, we feel it is best for RVers to stay in place for the time being.

We hope you are somewhere you feel comfortable and are able to stay for the immediate future. If not, we recommend you quickly make your way to somewhere you are comfortable and may stay for an extended time. Whether you’re on your own property, at an RV park, or staying in a family member’s driveway, we want you to be safe. Staying in one spot will help minimize your exposure and also remove the stress of hunting for another campsite. By practicing social distancing and any stay at home orders, we hope to help flatten the curve and slow the spread of COVID-19.

For the safety of our park staff and guests, access to certain amenities will be restricted for the foreseeable future.
All park buildings are closed and locked to the general public, including campground staff and park residents, until further notice with exception to laundry rooms and exterior-accessible restrooms. This includes park offices, activity centers, clubhouses, etc.

Park offices are closed to outside guests. If you need to make a reservation, ask a question, make a payment, etc, you will have to call the park office. Staff will still be available during regular office hours, but face-to-face interaction is discouraged. Lastly, social hours, meals, and formal community gatherings are canceled until further notice.

Please know that through access is restricted our parks are still open to guests

For the latest update from Escapees RV Club and information affecting all members, please click here.

COVID- 19 has affected park and reservation policies. Click here to learn more.

More Info
X