Organized by: Dennis Thorig, firstname.lastname@example.org $30/night with a Passport America membership ACTIVITIES & ATTRACTIONS 16 mile (casual) bicycle ride around Mission Bay and along the water led by Dennis & Darleen Mission Beach, Pacific Beach, Ocean Beach & Point Loma Beach Old Town San Diego State Historic Park SeaWorld San Diego Mission Bay RV Resort Mission Bay RV ResortFind out more »
Three fun-filled days of preseason, professional, baseball games as well as tours, bazaars, NASCAR Races, and other activities of your choice in sunny Phoenix, AZ area.Find out more »
Reservations should be made ASAP to Compass RV Park. The Hop on-Hop Off bus comes to the park and we will be traveling in to St. Augustine to tour this historic city. At least one dinner will be held at a local restaurant (to be decided). We are working on organizing a Winery Tour and perhaps a Wild Animal Farm tour. Organizer: Flamingles Dates: April 28 2017 - May 01 2017Find out more »
Welcome to the Palo Duro Canyon, the second largest canyon in the US! This rally will serve as our first of many to come among the Texoma Travelers!
The Palo Duro Canyon Rally will give the Texoma Travelers (many of use newer LTV owners) an opportunity to meet one another, discuss suggestions and upcoming plans for the group (including the Fall Rally), enjoy a potluck, and partake in one of Texas' amazing state parks. This rally purposefully hosts a light and flexible itinerary.
Kurt and I would love to lead the Texoma Travelers on a group hike one day, so we can enjoy the scenery together while getting to know one another. Note we'll also have our mountain bikes if there are others who'd like to explore the canyon on two wheels during the rally.
We'll be staying inside Palo Duro Canyon State Park in the Juniper Camp Loop, one of the smaller, more intimate camping areas to keep our new friends close. This loop is also located next to the Tasajillo Pavilion where we'll enjoy a group Potluck on the first night. You are welcome to extend your stay before/after the rally and enjoy the state park and canyon to it's fullest; the late spring/early summer is touted as the best time to visit.
- Thursday 4/30: arrive at Palo Duro Canyon State Park; Potluck dinner in Tasajillo Pavilion (no cost, just bring a dish to share!)
- Friday 5/1 & Saturday 5/2: Enjoy the state park and canyon! Activities include hiking, road biking, mountain biking, camping, picnicking, wildlife and wildflower viewing, backpacking, horseback riding.
- Sunday 5/3: on your own/check out
10 RV sites are currently on hold in the Juniper Camp Loop and we've paid the 1st night deposit required on all 10 sites. Please reserve/confirm your site by calling Texas State Parks Group Management Department at (512) 389-8920 and letting them know you are part of the Texoma Travelers group (you'll need to reference customer ID number: 2384624 for reservations). Rates are $26/night.
Join the Midwest LTVers for a quick trip to Yankton South Dakota! We will be staying at the Lewis & Clark Recreation Area.
We will arrive Thursday May 4th (arriving late,) and leave Sunday May 7th in the afternoon. So we will have 2 1/2 days of relaxation. Lewis & Clark Recreation Area is in the Southeast part of the state. I am working hard to find central locations based on our membership in our group and this one seemed to work. The fee for 3 nights with tax and non resident charge is $68.13.
They have a lake, 6 mile bike trails, 1/2 mile Nature Trail and 4/1 mile multi-use trail, putt putt golf, beach area (might not be warm enough for that just yet), Marina Grill (featuring hamburger, steaks, sandwiches etc), ice cream place, disc golf, 8 miles from Gavins Point Dam (a hydroelectric dam on the Missouri River), Gavins Point National Fish Hatchery & Aquarium to name a few things.
This is a South Dakota State park and there is a $6 entrance fee or $30 for the year. If you are going to Custer State Park with us in September, it might be worth getting the $30 yearly pass.
The prime water sites are $21 plus tax and other sites are $19 plus tax and a $7.70 non resident fee. All sites have electric. To keep us all in one location, I couldn’t get enough sites on the water, so we are CLOSE to the water…so the fee is $19 a night.
To register go to travel.campsd.com. Click on Make a reservation. This website isn’t the easiest to maneuver around…so have patience. You want to reserve a spot at the Lewis & Clark Recreation Center…this is in the Southeast region (it asks you this) and then once you get to the Lewis & Clark Recreation Center reservations, we are in the Gavins Point Section. Our camping site is 84E. Try to get the sites around that so we can visit and have campfires right there. There is a middle area that we can all hang out in.
We love to hike and ride bikes, so we will be bringing our bikes. We will make time as a group to have a few meals together and sit around the campfire and get to know each other and even tour others LTV’s.
If you are attending, please email me (gottastamp.icloud.com) and let me know what site you are at so I can have a map of everyone.
Hope you can join us!Find out more »
Western Sunsetter Travel Club British Columbia Chapter
Good news! Donna & Ken Chura, our British Columbia Chapter Co-ordinators, have made arrangements with the NKMIP RV Park on Okanagan Lake in Osoyoos BC for an LTV rally from Tuesday May 16 to Friday May 19 (3 nights). The Chura’s have arranged to have 15 sites set aside for the rally. These sites will be held by the park until April 1/2017 after which they will be released to the general public. To book a site call 250-495-7279 tell them you are with the “LTV Group” . You will need to provide a deposit of $60.00 (A full refund will be provided for any cancellation made before May 2). In the event all 15 sites are booked up the park will still have other sites available but just not in the area reserved for us.
There is a clubhouse we will be able to use, an indoor pool as well as a large grassed area. Donna is also working on setting up a Wine Tour for us.
I encourage you to go to the website at: http://nkmip.com/ to see more amenities at the park and in the area.
As we get closer to the rally I will provide more information on any daily activities planned.
In an effort to help plan for any communal meals also let me know by e-mail if you plan to attend.
I am looking forward with anticipated pleasure to having a rally in BC. It has been quite a few years since we last held a rally in beautiful British Columbia.
Western Sunsetter Travel Club
Organized by: Dennis Thorig, email@example.com PASO ROBLES WINE FESTIVAL The 35th Annual Wine Festival kicks-off Thursday, May 18, 2017 with a selection of Winemaker Dinners. On Friday, May 19, select wineries feature their Library, Reserve, White/Rosé, and Futures complemented by fresh and local gourmet bites at the RESERVE Event. Start your morning on Saturday, May 20 with a fun and educational Winemaker Seminar. Following the seminar, more than 70 wineries come together in the Paso Robles Downtown City Park to showcase their wines during the Grand Tasting. Wineries at the Grand Tasting will be arranged by “regions” for a seamless and focused tasting experience: Bordeaux-style, Rhône-style, Zinfandel, Burgundian-style, Italian varieties and Other Wild Wines for your tasting pleasure. Varietals & Wineries that we can experience in Paso Robles: Zinfandel – Peachy Canyon Winery, Tobin James, Wild Horse Winery & Vineyards Chardonnay – Four Sisters Ranch & Winery, Nadeau Family Vintners Viognier – Four Lanterns Winery Phone: +1 805-238-4560 $35/nt with a Passport America membership https://www.sunrvresorts.com/Community/WIC Attendees during the May 16-19, 2016 LTV SW Roadrunners Rally Wine Country RV ResortFind out more »
Reservations must be made by April 20, 2017. Please say you are with the Heartland LTV group.Find out more »
Please contact our host Don Reser at firstname.lastname@example.org for info and after reservations are made.Find out more »
We will welcome the 2017 Camping Season with the setting at the Cedar Rail Campground, Chesley,On.( near Sauble Beach )
Mark the date on the Callander …MAY 30 to JUNE 2 2017. The agenda will come in early April but check the website……….. http://www.cedarrailcamp.com/ looks great!
SEE YOU THERE. .Will keep in touch.
Manitou and DistrictRegional Park
Hwy 365, Manitou Beach, Saskatchewan, S0K 4T0, Canada
Casual get together or LTV owners at a site with plenty of local activities. Golf, spa, lake, dancing, shopping,
Organizer: Norman Lavoy, email@example.comFind out more »
Organized by: Dennis Thorig, firstname.lastname@example.org North Pines Campground is located in the heart of Yosemite National Park. It offers paved roads, flush toilets, and drinking water. Each campsite contains a picnic table, fire ring, and a food storage locker. There are no electric, water or sewer hook-ups available at individual campsites. A free dump station is located nearby. Yosemite's free shuttle bus stops at the campground entrance. Curry Village offers a general store, restaurants and bar, amphitheater, and tours. Site Details Reservations can be made beginning on March 15, 2017 at 7am PST (10am EST) The preferred method is to make your reservation online: http://www.recreation.gov/camping/North_Pines/r/campsiteCalendar.do?page=cale ndar&search=site&contractCode=NRSO&parkId=70927 or by phone at 877-444-6777 (not recommended - possible long hold time) Rate is $26/nt LTV SW Roadrunners will be located along Loop 3 (sites 310-320 & 311-321) North Pines CampgroundFind out more »
Join the Midwest LTVers (formerly Northern Plains Leisures) for the annual Buffalo Round Up at Custer State Park.
The campsites at Custer are filling up FAST…like I had a site in my cart and I lost it! SO, I need to have you go to https://travel.campsd.com as soon as you can…we are going to stay in the Stockage Lake NORTH Campground.
I booked my site 17E…as of when I booked mine, 16 E, 18E and 20E are all together…for the most part…20E is just a little away. Then there is 24E, 25E and 26E available. These all have electrical…but some don’t, so double check before you check out. PLEASE reserve this right away so we can all be as close together as possible. The total fee for the 3 days was $87.21. That includes the $7.70 fee just to book it and tax.
My husband and I will be arriving Thursday, September 28th 2017 and departing Sunday October 1st. The Buffalo round up is Friday morning (bright and early). More details on that soon.
I am going to try and book Wednesday the 27th at that Badlands...more details coming soonFind out more »
See the polar bears in Churchill, Manitoba from October 3-17, 2017. This trip sells out fast and there (were) only four slots left. Since the paid tour ends in Winnipeg, add to it a visit to the LTV plant in Winkler.
The tour is run by Fantasy RV Tours- go to fantasyrvtours.com if you want to see the details. This is an FMCA sponsored tour so membership with them is required to receive a discount. (No financial interest or incentives from either company mentioned).
Traveling by RV, Train and even Plane, we visit Churchill, Manitoba where you will closely view and photograph awe inspiring polar bears from the comfort and safety of Fantasy’s privately chartered Tundra Buggy. Watch in anticipation as the regal, ‘King of the Arctic’ leisurely ambles across your path. The highlight is undoubtedly the amazing close-up encounters with the bears and their cubs as they migrate and socialize along the tundra at Hudson Bay waiting for the winter freeze.
If you are interested in the following, please sign up on your own and let Melanie know that you did!Find out more »
Organized by: Dennis Thorig, email@example.com The Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta is a yearly festival of hot air balloons that takes place in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA during early October. The Balloon Fiesta is a nine-day event, and has over 500 balloons each year. RV Sites: STANDARD: $35.00 per night (dry camping) (South RV Lot) PREMIUM: $75.00 per night (30Amp and water connection)(South RV Lot) with 2 entry passes included valid during your stay. Please keep in mind that this is a temporary facility that is set in place prior to the event opening. Placement amongst the RV park is at Balloon Fiesta’s discretion. We do "Rally Style" parking at all of our sites; which is first come, first served. D&D will request that LTV SW Roadrunners are parked together. Download the trip summary here. Balloon Fiesta Trip Route International Balloon FestivalFind out more »
Welcome to the Texoma Travelers Fredericksburg Food & Wine Rally! This event will take place in Texas Hill Country's wine destination, Fredericksburg, during their annual Food & Wine Festival.
We'll be staying at the Fredericksburg RV Park, a very clean & well-kept facility with a dog run, pond, nice showers, a rally hall, cement patio, and more. This location is ~1 mile from Fredericksburg's Main Street (& the festival), packed with winery tasting rooms, breweries, German restaurants and other cuisine, shops, and more. I hope you'll all plan to attend the Fredericksburg Food & Wine Festival, as well as our Rally Potluck Dinner and group wine tasting experience. You are welcome to extend your stay before/after the rally and enjoy the area wineries, shopping and other attractions such as Enchanted Rock.
- Thursday 10/26: arrive at RV Park; Potluck dinner in Rally Hall (no cost, just bring a dish to share!)
- Friday 10/27: planning for a group wine tasting (no charge; location TBD depending on group size) and/or own your own
- Saturday 10/28: 12:00-7:00 Fredericksburg Food & Wine Festival ($25 pp/ includes Souvenir Fest wine glass, six tickets for wine tastings, lively music, an auction and the Great Gargantuan Grape Toss)
- Sunday 10/29: on your own/check out
15 RV sites are currently on hold. Please reserve your site by calling Fredericksburg RV Park (830-990-9582) and letting them know you are part of the Texoma Travelers Rally. Rates are $43/night and drop to $38 if we confirm 15 sites.
- Fredericksburg Food & Wine Fest; http://fbgfoodandwinefest.com/
- Fredericksburg RV Park; http://fbgrvpark.com/
- Fredericksburg, TX: http://www.visitfredericksburgtx.com/
- Texas Hill Country Wineries: http://texaswinetrail.com/
- Enchanted Rock State Park: http://tpwd.texas.gov/state-parks/enchanted-rock