We get this question a lot. People join the club excited to go to a rally and then check the listing of rallies on the website only to find there isn’t one near them.
Your trailer is called a travel trailer for a reason. Traveling a few hours to go to a rally can be fun and part of the overall experience. Meeting up with friends and caravaning together has become a rally staple. It’s a great way to head out on the road because if there is an issue while towing, you have more tools and experience to deal with it. Plus, it’s so fun to see a bunch of trailers heading down the road together. Extend the rally a couple days by stopping off at another campground and town. Go exploring!
Not having an existing rally near you is nothing more than opportunity to start one. It actually really easy and doesn’t have to be complicated. It can be as simple as pick a weekend and campground then publish it on our website.
Here are some links to help you get started:
Vintage Friendly Campgrounds – start with these campgrounds when deciding on where to have your rally
Have questions and want to get started? Read the links above and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org