Cross country caravan from San Diego, CA to Miami, FL. See rally announcement. Contact George Ormsby (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.Find out more »
This is one of our Club’s oldest, regularly scheduled RV rallies. We hope you can join us for a fun-filled week of preseason, professional, baseball games as well as tours, bazars, NASCAR Races and other activities of your choice. Even if you aren’t a baseball enthusiast we believe you’ll have a really good time meeting fellow RVers. After the rally, you may wish to continue your journey south to visit Tucson, AZ. (139 miles, 2 hrs. away). We highly recommend you do this and can assist you in planning your visit.Find out more »
We have set the date for our Flamingles/ LTV Florida Spring Rally and it will be April 1 - 4 at Traveler's Rest in Dade City, FL, USA. Contact Pat Dubuc of Flamingles for more information.Find out more »
Please make your reservations by calling 931 484-6138 or online at http://tnstateparks.itinio.com/cumberland-mountain in area 2 sites 36-51 or close by.
Dixie Leisure Travelers
Person Organizing: Vic and Pat Turner, email@example.comFind out more »
Come join us on a trip to Paso Robles, CA. for four days (3 nights) of enjoyment and camaraderie as we experience and learn more about beautiful Paso Robles. This area has gained increased international prominence and prestige due to the outstanding quality of its wines.
We have arranged to stay at the Wine Country RV Resort and have secured 15 spaces that are all side by side.
Cost is $73/night or $35/night with a Passport America membership. Please contact the resort directly to make your own reservation and let them know you are with the Southwest LTV Roadrunners Rally. Then, be sure to send me an email me so I will know you will be joining us.
Given the possibility of space limitations and the level of excitement that this event has already generated, you are encouraged to act quickly to ensure you’ll have a site together with the rest of our group.
Contact Dennis and Darleen for further information if you are interested in participating in this rally.Find out more »
June Campout for the Eastern Canada Sunrisers from Ontario.
Date is June 7-8-9 and leaving the 10th.
I have had 10 campsites set aside at Green Acres Campground ( St Jacobs Area ).
Price is $86.00 (back in sites) and $90.00 (pull through sites)tax for the 3 days ( extra amt is for pull thrus to keep us in a Group ).
Please phone them to reserve your site as soon as possible at 519-885-1758. They are set aside in my name....Velma Anderson " Sunrisers ".Find out more »
UPDATE: Somehow we have had a mix-up in dates with Finn Creek and there is a group booked to come in the afternoon of June-10. We can be there June 8,9,10, but would need to leave the afternoon of Friday June 10th. The other option is to come on the 9th as planned and move to the New York Mills city RV park (Smith Park) for the nights of the 10th and 11th with checkout Sunday the 12th. We ( Dennis and Ann) will be at Finn Creek on the 8th and then move to Smith Park on the 10th through the 12th. Call us (651-426-8145) or email with questions. We have clarified the dates with Shell at Finn Creek.
Dennis and Ann
Come and explore with us. We have 8 sites reserved and a camp kitchen. This is dry camping but campsites with hook ups are nearby.Writing on Stone Provencial Park, 50 km east of Milk River, Alberta, Milk River, Canada / Áísínai'pi is a sacred landscape. The spectacular Milk River valley contains the largest concentration of First Nation petroglyphs (rock carvings) and pictographs (rock paintings) on the great plains of North America. A rally for LTV owners is being held June 15 to 17 at Writing on Stone Provincial Park which is about 43 km south east of Milk River, Alberta. Contact Bruce Shippelt at firstname.lastname@example.org or 403 343 0333. Bruce has booked and paid for a private camping area at the park which includes a camp kitchen. He will assign the camp sites on first come first serve basis and each van will be responsible for paying Bruce for their campsite. Rates are reasonable but depend on the number of campers in attendance.Find out more »
A rally for LTV owners is being held June 15 to 17 at Writing on Stone Provincial Park which is about 43 km south east of Milk River, Alberta. Contact Bruce Shippelt at email@example.com or 403 343 0333. Bruce has booked and paid for a private camping area at the park which includes a camp kitchen. He will assign the camp sites on first come first serve basis and each van will be responsible for paying Bruce for their campsite. Rates are reasonable but depend on the number of campers in attendance.Find out more »
We invite you to come and spend a splendid Father’s Day weekend with your fellow RVers at this year’s Route 66 Bluegrass Festival in Victorville, CA.
If you haven’t been to one of these events, it is a really fun experience. Aileen and I were introduced to the Huck Finn Jubilee Festival, a similar but larger bluegrass festival, a couple of years ago and liked it so much we attended a second year. This year’s event is being held June 10-12 at the Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park in Ontario, CA. Due to a scheduling conflict we cannot attend it and, instead, have chosen to go to the Route 66 Bluegrass Festival in Victorville to see how it compares. One of our favorite bands “Out of the Desert Bluegrass Band” from Las Vegas will be performing. We hope you will join us.
Please see the festival’s website: http://www.route66bluegrass.com/ for tickets, reservations and additional information. 3-day Early Bird tickets are on sale now for $50/person until May 15th. Festival tickets may be purchased separately, by day. 3-day dry-camping costs $60 and 3-day camping with hook-ups costs $120. Note: pets are permitted in campground area only. We have made our 3-day hook-up camp site reservations. Be sure to let us know if you are planning to attend.Find out more »
Our Western Sunsetter Saskatchewan Rally will be held Tuesday June 22 to Friday June 24 at Manitou & District Regional Park, 6 km north of Watrous SK on Hwy 365. The park has a lot to offer: the world famous Manitou Mineral Spa (don’t forget your swimsuit); Danceland for those like to go dancing; the Manitou Beach Golf Club which is just across the highway from the campground, plus much more. You can learn a lot about the park by going to their website at www.watrousmanitou.com
I have reserved 14 sites with full hookups close to the washrooms, showers and camp kitchen, more can be made available if needed. To obtain one of the reserved sites you must wait until after May 1 and then contact the campground at 306-946-2588. Tell them you are with the Leisure Travel Van group so that they put you into our reserved area. The campground will require you to pay one nights camping to hold your site. You can use a credit card to pay.
All meals will be communally held at the large camp kitchen located in our reserved area; no need to worry about inclement weather. For those arriving Tuesday we will be having a pot luck supper. Power is available for plugging in warming pots, a fridge is also available. You can probably count on the Chapter supplying a BBQ one evening and a pancake breakfast one morning. There will be plenty of time during the days to enjoy the park’s amenities and the company of other LTVrs . Evenings will end with our traditional bon-fire.
It would help immensely if you would e-mail me to let me know you are coming so that I can plan supplies as well as the food for the meals we will be providing.
If you have any questions please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 306-297-7921. ( I will be in Europe from April 18 to May 7 so I will not be able to answer calls during that period but I will respond to e-mails once I get back home.)
Hoping to see many of you there!
Western Sunsetter Chapter Co-ordinator
This is another of our Club’s, regularly scheduled RV rallies. Every year, usually the weekend following the fourth of July, George and Aileen Ormsby return to their previous home town in Lake Oswego, OR about 10 miles south of Portland, to visit their kids and grandkids and to escape the summer heat in Las Vegas. Each year they take a different route and invite anyone interested in joining them to come along for all or any part of their journey. We hope you’ll join them on their trip this year.
The RV caravan will rendezvous at the Pony Express RV Resort in North Salt Lake City, Utah on July 3 then travel north to historic Baker City and Joseph located in the beautiful Wallowa Mountains in the northeastern part of Oregon. Baker City is along the historic Lewis and Clark Trail. Joseph is a growing artistic community named after the famous Nez Perce Indian Chief who once settled in the area. His image appeared on the previously minted nickel coin. RVers will stay three nights nestled creek-side at the Wallowa River RV Park then two nights in the near-by town of Imnaha where George has arranged a special catered BBQ dinner the first evening and the next day a really awesome sightseeing adventure to the remote Hat Point Lookout for a spectacular view of the Snake River and its surrounding canyons. 4-wheel drive transportation will be provided by local ranchers.Find out more »
One of the highlights this year is that we are able to attend the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo. Dates June 30-July 7th 2016.
Some members have already booked for Monday July 4th. Section 19.
If interested book a.s.a.p.!
ticker info: 1-877-451-1221 --emai: email@example.com
This park has lovely trails, Lake swimming, canoeing on the canal and is near shopping and on bus route.
Contact Gulli: firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Each year the Southwest LTV Roadrunners and Evergreen Leisures RV Clubs travel in an RV caravan from the west coast of the US to the annual LTV Factory Owner's Rally in Winkler, MB, Canada arriving there in early September. On July 30 Wagon Masters Dennis and Darleen Thorig will lead a caravan from Boulder City/Las Vegas area to Winkler, MB and back returning on September 30th. They'll visit National Parks along the way to commemorate the US Park Service's 100th Anniversary. These include such places as: Zion, Bryce Canyon, Craters of the Moon, Grand Teton, Yellowstone, Devils Tower, Mt. Rushmore, Arches and the Grand Canyon. They invite you to review the attachments and join their caravan for a really fun time with fellow LTV RVers. As with all our club rallies, you may participate in all or any part of the way that best fits your personal travel schedule.Find out more »
Hot Air Balloons fly twice daily,… First launch: Thursday Evening, September 8th at 5:30pm. · (6:30am and 5:30pm) · Our renowned Craft Fair with over 70 crafters and artisans. · Loads of children’s games and activities. · Amusement Rides. · A Parade through downtown Sussex – (Saturday at 1pm) · All weekend free outdoor SuperStore Bandstand . · Antique Car Show & Shine with over 500 vehicles on Sunday. · Talent Show & Talent Contest on Sunday afternoon. · Lots of vendors & concessions. ·Friday & Saturday evening at dusk, the Balloons inflate for our spectacular Moon glow….and lots more.Find out more »
Tues : 4;00pm is a Meet and Greet, bring a snack to pass and your beverage of choice.
Wed: 5:pm we will be serving up a complete Octoberfest dinner.
Thurs: Time to tour Prince Edward County and visit the great Wineries and little gift shops. followed by a Pot Luck Supper at 5:00 pm.
Coffee will be ready every morning at 8 am and a Campfire every night so come and enjoy the area. This is a great place for a Wine Tour ( lots of Wineries in the area )
or just poking around in the quaint little shops in the area. I have set aside 15 sites close to the Rec Hall so make your reservations asap.
The phone # is 613-476-6310 and tell them you are with the Sun Risers LTV Club.
Price is $44.00 +Tx a night. Hope to see you there!
The park has a Halloween Party that weekend, so bring your costume if you like. We have a block of 13 sites (water and electric) for $34/night (before any discounts) Good size lake (Hogback Lake) with swimming, fishing ($9/day fee for license sold at park) and rentals (kayaks at $20/day) We will have planned activities on Saturday Sept 24. Group meals; Trivia contest - with PRIZES!; Group chats; fly fisherman lessons; Live music after dinner - bring your instruments and/or Sing along with Karaoke.Find out more »
To register, please contact Vic & Pat Turner: http://leisurevans.com/owners/travelers/dixieleisuretravelers/ Please do not make reservations online. You may call park at 256-329-0845 to make your reservations. Sites will be assigned upon arrival. Please let me know when you have made reservations in order to be assigned close together.Find out more »
Place: Pechanga RV Resort, 45000 Pechanga Parkway, Temecula, CA 92593 Toll Free: (877) 997-8386
Dates: Arrive – January 15, 2017 Sunday after 2:00 pm.
Depart – January 18, 2017 Wednesday before noon.
Stay - 3 nights Cost: $60 Sunday, $50 Monday and $50 Tuesday, less 10% discount Good Sam & others
Wagon Masters: George and Aileen Ormsby (702) 810-9107
Join George and Aileen Ormsby, our wagon masters and Southwest LTV Roadrunners Travel Club Heads for three days of fun sightseeing, meeting other club members and participating in our club’s annual meeting to be held in the Pechanga RV Resort’s pool room on Tuesday, January 17, 2017 at 10:00 am. After a delicious morning potluck brunch, we’ll discuss club business including election of club officers, approval of our club’s 2017 Rally Schedule, LTV company highlights, RV industry updates, useful travel tips and vehicle upgrades, as well as other topics of general interest. If you can work it into your travel schedule, please also consider joining some of us beforehand at the Family Motor Coach Association’s 29th Annual Western Area “Beach Party” Rally at the Riverside County Fair and Date Festival Fairgrounds in Indio, CA January 11-15, 2017. See: http://wafmca.com/wp-content/uploads/WEA17-RAG.pdf
Please begin making your own reservations now by calling the Pechanga RV Resort at (877) 997-8386 and telling them you are with the Southwest LTV Roadrunners RV Club, George and Aileen Ormsby Wagon Masters, who are in site G17. Reservations are available only on a first-come-first-serve basis. Request to be parked as close as possible to them and choose between back-in sites: G4, G6, G10, G14, D5, E1, F15 or pull-through sites: G3, G7, G15, G19, G21, and G23. When checking in, the resort requires a $10 refundable key pass deposit to their pool and restroom facilities. Please have the exact cash available to pay this at check-in and remember to request your deposit refund when leaving.
Please drop George an email at email@example.com after you’ve made your reservation to let him know what site you are in and whether you’ll be attending the FMCA rally beforehand.
04:00 pm Welcome reception at George and Aileen’s site #G17. BYOB (bring your own beverage), chairs and favorite appetizer to share.
06:00 pm Catch the resort’s free shuttle bus service for a short ride to the resort. Dine at one of their restaurants. Stay and play then return to the RV resort at your leisure using their shuttle bus.
10:00 am Depart for a tour of historical downtown Temecula. Drive your own RV or carpool.
12:00 pm Meet for lunch at a restaurant yet to be determined.
04:00 pm Cocktail Hour at George and Aileen’s site #G17. BYOB (bring your own beverage), chairs and favorite appetizer to share.
05:30 pm Dinner arrangements pending.
09:00 am Potluck breakfast in pool room. Signup list to be available soon and distributed prior to our rally.
10:00 am Annual Meeting of the Southwest LTV Roadrunners RV Club.
01:00 pm Free time
04:00 pm Cocktail Hour at George and Aileen’s site #G17. BYOB (bring your own beverage), chairs and favorite appetizer to share.
09:00 am Free time. Possibly meet at Pechanga RV Resort for breakfast.
12:00 pm Check-out. Don’t forget to obtain your $10 refundable pool key pass deposit.
HOPE TO SEE YOU AT THE RALLY Find out more »
After a fun day @ the Tampa RV Show, club members will meet @ the Islamorada Fish Company restaurant to share tales and discoveries from the show. This was a nice way to end the day after the show last year so we're repeating it.
Please let us know if you will be attending so that arrangements can be made.