Upcoming Events › Official TCT Rally
Agenda Thursday night Pizza/wine party, Induction Ceremony, Presentation “TBA” Friday Continental Breakfast, All day flea market, Chili cook-off, DJ/Karaoke Friday Night Lights Competition Saturday Hot Egg Bake Breakfast, Flea market Continues, Sausage and Peppers Sandwich Lunch Meal, Public Open House, Best of Show RV Award, Pulled Pork and Potluck Bring a Dish-to-pass. Sunday Continental breakfast. FREE commemorative Rally T-shirt included to all paid attendees. Registration FormFind out more »
In conjunction with the 37th Annual Car Show – Saturday, June 10, 2016 the Tin Can Tourists hold a display in the Vicksburg Historic Village. Arlene and Lester Parsons are hosting this years event. There will be a $25.00 Registration fee Camping is electric only and this isn’t a campground but rather a historic village so space and facilities are limited. There are no open fire pits. Lester and Arlene plan on coffee and sweet rolls Friday and Saturday mornings. Hardy…Find out more »
Wills Saint Clare Auto Museum Car Show June 10th “Rumble in the Park” This day the show is open to any hotrod, muscle or custom car. June 11th “The Past and its Wheels” This day, the show is open to 1965 and older unmodified stock vehicles. Each year there is a featured nameplate that get special recognition. This year, the Buick will be featured. The show is held in the Marysville City Park along the beautiful St. Clair River. Lots…Find out more »
Rally is full but if you would like to attend and do not yet have a site, please let Ron Baumgarten know. He is maintaining a "wait list." Ron is the point person for the park. The park has very specific rules about how these sites are assigned. Ron is in conversation with the park on how to best accommodate. If you have already contacted Ron, you don't need to do so again.Find out more »
Sunsets, Petroleum Museums, Sunsets, Car and Transportation Museums, Sunsets, Pow-Wows, Sunsets,Beaches, Sunsets, Historic Towns, Sunsets, Marine Museums, 19th Century Gaols, Sunsets, Beach Towns, Groundhogs, Sunsets, Georgian Bay, Sunsets, Bruce Peninsula, Sunserts, Lands End, Sunsets, Tobermory, Sunsets, Owen Sound............Find out more »
We need to measure the interest in TCT participating in a showing in downtown Mason on July 8th. TCT will be the focal point and various local charities and non-profits can get their message out to visitors and attendees. Attendees would arrive on Friday the 7th and spend the night at the Fairgrounds. On the 8th we would caravan in to the downtown area, to park around the historic courthouse, then return to the Fairgrounds for that evening. Mason has…Find out more »
Registration for the TCT - Cooper's Lake Campground Rally is OPEN. You are now able to register online for your camp sites at http://cooperslake.com/clchome/index.php. James, the President of the campground has loaded our information. The online registration for sites indicates which sites are available to us. Visit the campground website and click on "view details" on the "Tin Can Tourists Rally". This is our event. Our sites are in the "C" area, "B" area (overflow) and A37 - A56. You can…Find out more »
3rd Annual Great River Road Vintage Trailer Rally. Come join us along the banks of the Mississippi River in Hampton Il at Illiniwek State Park Campground July 13-16, 2017. A relaxed vintage trailer rally with potlucks, open house, and great friends. To register please email me your name, make and year of trailer, and which day you will arrive (Thursday is prefered by campground). Attendees will pay camping fees of $19 per night upon arrival. All sites have water and…Find out more »
Sneak Peak at the 9th Annual TCT/Port Crescent Vintage Trailer Gathering - THURSDAY Koffee Klatch Arrivals & Setting Up Dinner (Hosted by our wonderful TCT friends the staff of Port Crescent) Welcoming Gathering Rituals Sunset Watching Visiting FRIDAY Koffee Klatch Free time: most of the day Tour the beautiful area surrounding Port Crescent Lawn games for those not touring Make an Ice Cream run to Grinder City Nap taking and visiting Friday Dinner – The Biggest Stir Fry is back!!!!…Find out more »
Join us at the Old Mercier Ranch for the 5th annual Fiddlers Picnic Vintage Trailer Rally. This is dry camping on the bank of the Yellowstone River on the South edge of Livingston MT, the gateway to Yellowstone National Park This is in the midst of a 500 picker jam that is over 40 years old. Social hour, potluck and pancake breakfast. $25 contribution to Picnic covers it all You can join Tin Can Tourists at the event. Contact Dal…Find out more »
Tin Can Tourists have been invited to be a static display as part of Backstreet Cruisers Carfest downtown Overnight camping in downtown Wilson Park : We can camp Friday night and Saturday night. This is not a campground, it is a park. Limited facilities - no water hook-ups, will have use of indoor bathroom in Community center next to us, no showers. Electrical – Can tap into building for light use (no AC), Bring your own extension cords, table and…Find out more »
Registration process Call the Campground to reserve you site for the rally. Tell them you are joining the Tin Can Tourists rally to get the special rate of $32/night which includes: Electric Site, Wings N Things potluck, Glow Party/Swim, and Donut Bar. This is a discounted rate for this rally only. Call 1-888-303-3313 or 1-573-474-2747 to reserve today. Limited spaces available. Cottonwoods is pet friendly. Send an email to the Rally Hosts: Matthew J Brazelton <firstname.lastname@example.org - Provide Matt your names,…Find out more »
Official Tin Can Tourists Rallies
The qualifications for a listing as an official TCT Gathering the following guidelines are:
The Gathering is hosted by a Regional Representative or an active TCT member
The rally will adhere to the TCT Guiding principles of “clean camps, friendliness among campers, decent behavior and to secure plenty of clean, wholesome entertainment for those in the camp”
TCT membership is a requirement for attendance. Membership requirements must be clearly stated and collection of the Tin Can Tourists membership fee must be part of the rally registration process.
The Regional Representative will be the clearing house for area events and recommend events that they feel meet the guidelines for the Official designation. The Regional Representative should be kept informed about the events overall organization.
Concourses will be limited to the Annual Gathering and Regional Rallies. TCT purchases the awards and provides some judging guidelines and wants to keep such awards “special” by limiting the number of such events. It is up to the Regional Representative as to whether they want to provide a concours for attendees. Each geographical area is unique and the Regional Representative is best suited to decide if such an activity is to be provided.