Tag: washington

  • Event

    2018 Evergreen Leisures Fall Rally

    As most of you know we had a successful Rally in Kennewick this fall. It was the general consensus that we return next year on the same weekend.

    Columbia Sun RV Resort (509-420-4880 has set aside 20 sites for us for next year Sept 21 thru Sept 24 and will hold them open until April 1st. After that date it will be reservation on a space available basis. I know it is a year off but better sooner than later to reserve your site. Last year we started with only 10 sites held until Feb 22 and we ended up with 20 Vans. The Resort did a great job of getting all 20 of us together. Lets try and exceed that.

    Looking to have a Spring Rally so would like suggestions for dates and location.

    Thanks for your support,
    Tim W

  • The Leisure List Post

    Top Campgrounds & RV Parks in the Western United States

    We are excited to introduce the very first Leisure List – The Top Campgrounds in the Western United States, submitted by our very own LTV owners. A special thanks for…

  • Event

    2016 OR WA Scenic Wonders Rally

    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.