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Plumas Vintage Trailer Shindig
June 10, 2016 - June 12, 2016$80
You will not find a better backdrop to a vintage camp trailer than Plumas County, California. Picture a classic Land Command trailer being towed along narrow mountain roads, with towering pines and a shimmering lake in the distance. It’s such a perfect match, many locals have a Land Command trailer and don’t even consider them a classic!
Travel enthusiasts are discovering this “Lost Sierra” destination for their motorcycle and classic car rallies. Now Plumas County is opening it’s front door to the Vintage Trailer Community at the beautiful Plumas Sierra County Fairgrounds in Quincy, California. Located midway between Reno and Chico, Quincy is on historic and picturesque State Highway 70. It is about 80 miles northwest of Truckee and the same distance northeast from Oroville.
Easily one of the most beautiful fairgrounds in California, the Plumas Sierra County Fairgrounds are covered with trees, lawn and flowers. Hook ups include water and electricity, with nearby hot showers. Warm days and cool nights make this an excellent place to while away the hours gazing at the mountains in the sun and watching every star in the galaxy at night.
The Plumas Vintage Trailer Shindig will take place on June 10 – 12, 2016. Remember, this is a small community that wants it’s visitors to feel at home. Along with your trailer hook-up, your fee includes a complimentary dinner on Saturday night served by the Chamber of Commerce, followed by an outdoor movie. Bring your blanket and some spirits. Popcorn will be available. Fresh, free coffee will be provided on Saturday and Sunday mornings to help get the muscles moving after a peaceful night’s sleep in the mountain air. Awards will be given out in several categories, no entry fees necessary. Finally, a commemorative dash plaque will be given to each registration. Both nights are only $80.
Camper packets will also have a couple of excursion ideas for Saturday or Sunday, including something historic and something of the natural beauty of the area. There’s always fishing in the Feather River, or one of the many lakes nearby. You should even find several golf courses open. Quincy has some great little shops and restaurants, as do other nearby communities.
Registration forms are available at www.plumas-sierracountyfai
Saturday free dinner and movie
Contact Name: John Steffanic
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