Circuit leader is Paul Tracy ( 518) 852-2445.
This circuit starts September 30th, 2020 in Colorado Springs at the end of the Colorado Circuit, and will take you to Rifle, Colorado as the first stop overnight. It then proceeds to Moab where you have a week to explore then on to Mexican Hat and the Grand Canyon. It will finish at FOY at the All Singles Gathering, which is the beginning of the Western Winter Circuit.
Volunteers are needed to host locations. Please contact Adrienne Leibowitz at 805-458-2206 or at firstname.lastname@example.org if you interested in hosting a gathering/stop. Those that participate usually have more fun.
This group will be required to practice social distancing and to wear masks. We all want to be safe and enjoy ourselves.
No host needed, over night at Walmart
Walmart Supercenter, 1000 Airport Road, Rifle, Colorado
From I-70 W exit 90, Turn left onto Co-13 S and go for about 0.1 miles. At the traffic circle, take the 1st exit onto Taugenbaugh Blvd and go for about 351 feet. At the traffic circle take the 3rd exit onto Airport Rd and go for about for about 0.5 miles. Store is on the left. Stay on the right side of the lot as you enter
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Paul Tracy ( 518) 852-2445
Located 5 miles from downtown Moab with convenient access to many bike and off highway vehicle trails, Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, Dead Horse Point State Park, the Colorado River and the La Sal Mountains. The Sand Flats Recreation Area is home to the Slickrock Bike Trail, a world renowned biking destination. The area is also a premier destination for 4X4 and back country motorcycle enthusiasts. There is nearly 40 miles of off highway vehicle trails to explore with the recreation area.
BLM Sand Flats Recreation Area
From I-70 take exit #182 (Hwy 191) and head south for approximately 30 miles into downtown Moab. Highway 191 S will turn into Main Street as you enter Moab. Take a left onto 100 North Street and follow that until it Ts with 400 East. Take a right onto 400 East, and then left in about 1/2 mile onto Mill Creek Drive. At the three way stop go straight onto Sand Flats Road. Stay on Sand Flats Road for another couple of miles and you will eventually be parked right in front of the entrance station. There are 2 reservable group areas and open dispersed land. The Host should arrive a day in advance to choose an area to park and post Win signs
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Amy Marshall – 775-537-5511 and Joe Wolf – 314-610-5149
The three main sites of interest near Mexican Hat are the overlook at Muley Point, the entrenched river meanders at Goosenecks State Park and the red sandstone formations of Valley of the Gods. After passing the eroded mesas of Monument Valley, highway US 163 crosses 20 miles of rather flat landscape past scattered Navajo houses to Mexican Hat, a small settlement named after a curious formation nearby consisting of a large flat rock 60 feet in diameter perched precariously on a much smaller base at the top of a small hill. The village itself is small, home to fewer than 100 people and offering few facilities, but the surrounding scenery is exceptional and not often visited, featuring 1,200 foot sandstone cliffs at the edge of Cedar Mesa, deep, layered canyons of the San Juan River, vast sandy desert plains, and a wide valley studded with isolated red rock buttes and mesas.
Sand Island Campground. The campground features 23 campsites which are first come first served and self registration at the site. $15 nite ($7.50 with senior pass) Picnic table, fire grate, drinking water usually through October.
South on 191 72 miles, turn left onto US-191 S/S Main Street, 29 miles, left onto Sand Island Rd 0.3 miles, left 50 feet Sand Island Campground. Located on the bank of the San Juan River, 3 miles West of Bluff, Utah. North bank of river, right on Sand Island Road, entrance is a mile E of the HWY 191/US-163 intersection
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Grand Canyon National Park, in Arizona, is home to much of the immense Grand Canyon, with its layered bands of red rock revealing millions of years of geological history. Viewpoints include Mather Point, Yavapai Observation Station and architect Mary Colter’s Lookout Studio and her Desert View Watchtower. Lipan Point, with wide views of the canyon and Colorado River, is a popular, especially at sunrise and sunset.
Williams Arizonia Forest Service Dispersed, pull offs on any Forest Road at least quarter mile from Hwy 180/64. Free, All year, 50 foot max RV length, 6520 ft elevation, excepts big rigs, trail, hike.
US 191 S 26 miles, turn right onto US-160 W/US 191 SOUTH,126 miles, US 89 S to HWY 180 North to HWY 64 up to the Grand Canyon and right on Fire Road 688
Note: Highway 64 is closed going across the Reservation. Unfortunately and driving down to Flagstaff increases the drive to a total of approximately 300 miles. For those that want to break up the drive, there is an area park in Cinder Hills near the Flagstaff area
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Hiking, bird watching, kayaking, relaxing in the trees. This is not far from town and would be a good time to pick up supplies, food, drink, etc for FOY. There are not any stores to speak of in the area, (Brawley or Indio) are the closest. There is a Costco and a Trader Joes in Prescott along with most other stores.
White Spar Campground, Prescott, AZ Notional Forest. 62 sites, All year, 40 foot may RV length, 5700 foot elevation,. 12 pull throughs, tables, grill, water, toilets, hike. 2.7 miles south of Prescott and East of Hwy 89. $18 nite, 1/2 off with senior pass
From Prescott, turn south onto Montezuma Street (which turns into US Hwy 89) for 3 miles to FR 62. Turn left onto FR 62, proceed past the trailhead to the campground entrance is just off the highway on your left.
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No host needed, just overnight
Take a break
Scadden Wash is the easiest area to park just off of Hwy 10 Frontage Road (Kuehn Street) from the mile marker 19 exit east. south of Frontage Road. Dispersed. Hi Jolly BLM Camping off Hwy 95north from Quartzite, AZ. To mile marker 112 and turn right at the Hi Jolly entrance
Let onto S Montezuma St. 43 miles, turn right onto AZ-71 S, 24 miles, turn right onto US-60 W, 54 miles, take I-10 W ramp towards Los Angeles
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Maynard Magee – 303-522-7661 email@example.com
Come and enjoy the FUN AND EXCITEMENT IN THE PALMS WITH YOUR BEST HAWAIIAN APPAREL AT THE ALL SINGLES WIN GATHERING at the Fountain of Youth RV Park. Valon Bishop has again out done herself creating an Hawaiian paradise of decorations. Come prepared with your Hawaiian shirts, skirts, tops, dresses and masks.
You can also enjoy many of the resorts amenities such as Bocce Ball, Pickleball, Shuffleboard, ping pong, pool, (hopefully the pools and spas will be open). We will have music from our own DJ system plus Paul Martin (Win singer songwriter) has agreed to entertain us. Probably a jam session or two. It will be a great time to hang with both old and new friends while enjoying gorgeous sunsets. Between dips in the pools and spas, hit the bike and hiking trails, a craft class, 4 wheeling, , or visit Waggin’ Tails Dog Park with your 4-legged family members. . Don’t miss this fun event!
Please note that we will be following CDC guidelines, social distancing, masks (get a Hawaiian one), wash your hands etc. We want everyone to be safe.
Fountain of Youth Resort and Spa, 1500 Spa Road, Niland, CA.
Use address or GPS:. Propane, water and dump available in park for boondockers. Call 888-800-0772 or 760-354-1340 for a reservation and say you are with the WIN GATHERING to get your discounted campsite and be parked with the group. DO NOT use the (FOY) website to make your camping reservation. NO CAMPSITE DISCOUNT if you register using (FOY) website, you must call.
FOY FIRST TIME CAMPER FEE: $12.95 Full hookup; $9.95 Dry camp.
FOY RETURN CAMPER FEE: $24.00 Full hookup; $17.00 Dry camp.
ATTENTION!!: If you book and pay Fountain of Youth (FOY) for express check-in on or before September 15th you will receive an ADDITIONAL 10% DISCOUNT on your campsite. The discounted fee is available 5 days before the dance rally starts and 5 days after it ends.
NOTE: You must be camping at Fountain of Youth to attend the GATHERING and you must be registered with WIN Gathering to get the camping discount prices
There is a $20 gathering fee that you can pay at the gathering You do not need to sign up before hand.
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