Because the campsite by itself usually provides sufficient outdoor recreational activities, camping clubs focus on social interactions and activities such as rallies, tours, sightseeing, games and potluck dinners. Camping clubs also offer informative seminars and vendor presentations.
Camping clubs often orient themselves around specific products and brands. For instance, RV camping clubs require owning a motor coach as a prerequisite to joining; the groups support themselves partially through advertising and product deals with an RV company. For an RV-oriented club, most of the recreational events and group support also revolve around mobility and RV camping. Enthusiasts of camping in tents uphold different standards.
Generally, camping club activities are structured around a host, who organizes the events for a particular club outing. Fellow members of the club contribute to the cost of the expedition. The group may choose a new host for subsequent outings. The events the club holds might include preparing meals for the group, touring the campsite, visiting attractions and cities in the area, playing games, such as card games, and socializing. For example, the mission goal of the Eagle Fleet RV Travel Club according to its website is "to get together, make new friends, and have a good time."