Past Events

FANNING SPRINGS, FL

November 15, 2021 to November 20, 2021
Activity Ideas

Visit Fanning Springs State Park for snorkeling, swimming and/or a walk to take in nature and wildlife. Visit nearby Cedar Key. Lots of opportunities for kayaking.

Parking Location

Moose Lodge #325, 8231 NW 167yh Place, Fanning Springs, FL 32693

Directions and Other Information

Use address or GPS coordinates. 8 RV Spaces, limited electric and water. Dry camping available. No dump or sewer.

GPS Coordinates

N29.57327,W82.91078Click on link to see Google Map


LAKE CITY, FL

November 9, 2021 to November 15, 2021
Activity Ideas

Tube or kayak at the Itchetucknee Springs State Park and visit OLeno State Park, built in by the CCC in the mid 1930s. OLena is also part of the Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail. There is a bike trail that connects these 2 state parks. Kayak on the Sante Fe River which has several springs, there are a couple of places where part of the river falls and travels underground until it rises. The Olustee Battlefield State Park, the site of Floridas largest Civil War battle is also nearby.

Parking Location

Moose Center #624, 624 NE Williams St, Lake City, FL Phone (386) 755-4830

Directions and Other Information

Use address or GPS coordinates. 23 sites with electric 30 amps and water, dump on site. Parking on grass, fairly level. !15/night. Fanning Springs Moose Lodge could serve as an alternate location.

GPS Coordinates

N30.19246,W82.60326Click on link to see Google Map


TALLAHASSEE, FL

November 8, 2021 to November 9, 2021
Activity Ideas

One night only

Parking Location

Moose Center #1075 850-575-4226, 1478 Capital Circle NW, Tallahassee, FL 32304

Directions and Other Information

Use the address or GPS coordinates. 6 sites with electric 30 amps & water plus large area for boondocking, first come, first serve, can handle our group.

GPS Coordinates

N30.46652,W84.36135Click on link to see Google Map


PENSACOLA, FL

November 2, 2021 to November 8, 2021
Activity Ideas

Naval Aviation Museum, Fort Barrancas, Pensacola Lighthouse, Pensacola Hop On Hop Off Bus, Boat Charters, Perdido Key State Park, Blackwater River State Recreation Area, Bayview Dog Beach plus biking, hiking and kayaking.

Parking Location

Pensacola Elks Lodge #2108, 850-455-5522, 727 S. 72nd Avenue, Pensacola, FL 32526

Directions and Other Information

Use address or GPS coordinates. 10 sites with E 30 Amp and W, 35′ length max, dump, $15/night. Some dry camping available.

GPS Coordinates

N30.40090,W87.30850Click on link to see Google Map


Travel days, CA

September 28, 2021 to September 29, 2021
Activity Ideas

2 days to travel to Petaluma on your own.

Parking Location
Directions and Other Information
GPS Coordinates

Click on link to see Google Map


INDIO, CA

November 17, 2021 to November 20, 2021
Activity Ideas

Great shopping and entertainment area in nearby La Quinta, Cathedral City and Palm Springs. General Patton Museum, date farms, thrift shops and casino activities. Great area to stock up on supplies.

Parking Location

Fantasy Springs Casino, Golf Center Parkway, Indio, CA

Directions and Other Information

Take the Park Center Parkway exit from I-10 and go east. Casino on right. Very large parking area to left of Casino. Free. No time limit.

GPS Coordinates

N33.719444,W116.190930Click on link to see Google Map


JOSHUA TREE NAT’L PARK, CA

November 10, 2021 to November 17, 2021
Activity Ideas

Hiking, Stargazing, Nature Trails, Geology Motor Trail, 4-wheeling adventures, orchids and lots more.

Parking Location

Yucca Valley Elks #2314, 55946 Yucca Trail, Yucca Valley, CA 92284

Directions and Other Information

At Indio, take I-10 West, at Exit 117, take CA-62 toward 29 Palms/Yucca Valley for 20 miles. Turn Left onto Cherokee Trail, then right onto Yucca Trail. 20 hookup sites for $20, dry camping $10. We can dry camp in electrical sites once all the dry camping sites are taken BUT we must leave two sites for other Elks.
Water and dump free for campers and $5 or others.

GPS Coordinates

N34.1210892,W116.4436787Click on link to see Google Map


WIN DANCE RALLY – NILAND, CA

October 28, 2021 to November 5, 2021
Hosts

Maynard Magee 303-522-7661 email winrvsingles@gmail.com

Activity Ideas

Come and enjoy the SHAKE, RATTLE AND ROLL AT THE CASINO ROYALE BIG SHINDIG WITH YOUR DRESS TO KILL APPAREL AT THE WIN DANCE RALLY at the Fountain of Youth (FOY) Spa and RV Park. Valon Bishop has again out done herself creating an outstanding CASINO ROYALE. Come prepared with your best dress up outfits. (Tux, slinky dresses, cigarette holders, etc.) You are only limited by your imagination. We may even have an impromptu concert from our very own Paul Martin, singer/songwriter plus jam sessions for those interested.
You can also enjoy many of the resorts amenities such as Bocce Ball, Pickle-ball, Shuffleboard, ping pong, pool tables, two swimming pools, spas etc. It will be a great time to hang with both old and new friends while enjoying gorgeous sunsets. Between dips in the pools, hit the bike and hiking trails, a craft class, 4 wheeling, or visit Waggin Tails Dog Park with your 4-legged family members. Dont miss this fun event! A great place to meet new friends.
You can come 5 days early and leave 5 days late for the same discounted price Oct 23, 2021 Nov 10, 2021
You do not have to be a member to participate in this gathering. All singles are welcome.

Parking Location

Fountain of Youth Resort and Spa, 1500 Spa Road, Niland, CA.

Directions and Other Information

Use address or GPS coordinates. 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 NOTuse the FOY website to make your camping reservation.NO CAMPSITE DISCOUNTif you register using FOY website. You must call!
If this is your first time camping at FOY, your price will be:
$12.95 per night for full hook ups, otherwise our great price is $24 a night for full hook ups.
NOTE:You must be camping at Fountain of Youth to attend the GATHERING.
Register online for the Dance Rally for only $35 for all the activities.

GPS Coordinates

N33.397959,W115.662632Click on link to see Google Map


ODANAH, WI

August 7, 2021 to August 10, 2021
Activity Ideas

Continue to explore Apostle Islands.

Parking Location

Bad River Casino, 73370 US Hwy 2, Ashland, WI

Directions and Other Information

Use GPS Coordinates or address. On the northside of Hwy 2 $30/night for E/W, $15 for dry camping. Register in the smoke and gift shop.

GPS Coordinates

N46.59155,W90.64662Click on link to see Google Map


RANDLE/MOUNT RAINIER, WA

July 21, 2021 to July 26, 2021
Hosts

Adrienne Leibowitz – 805-458-2206, adriennelulu@gmail.com

Activity Ideas

Easily visit Mount Rainier and Mount Saint Helens with all of their activities. Activities are here are endless with bird watching biking, boating, fishing, geocatching, hang gliding, golfing, hiking, horseback riding, off roading, picking and gathering, rock climbing, etc.

Parking Location

Cascades Peaks Family Campground, 11519 US Route 12, Randle, Washington. 360-494-9202. We have a special rate of $13 per night in the meadow for dry camping, no generators are allowed in that area. If you need to run a generator, please make a reservation for hook ups. The weather looks good in the mid 70s to 80S so we can get by without air conditioning. If you want hook ups, either call to just come into the office when you get there. They never fill up during the week and have plenty of spaces. Let them know you are a WIN. Hookups run $33 on up. You may come in early, but please stop by the office to let them know you are with the WIN group.

Directions and Other Information

The campground is located on the Cowitz river on the White Pass Scenic Byway. They have 2 swimming pools, volleyball, basketball, horseshoes and a children’s zip line those that are kids at heart. Showers and laundromat area also available. Dump and water included

GPS Coordinates

N46.534021,W121.777765Click on link to see Google Map


ORGAN PIPE CACTUS NATIONAL MONUMENT, AZ

November 13, 2021 to November 15, 2021
Hosts

Adrienne Leibowitz – 805-458-2206

Activity Ideas

Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument preserves the northern-most natural habitat of the Organ Pipe Cactus as well as amazing examples of desert plants, animals, geology, and human history. Enjoy the beauty in this desert oasis with great trails, scenic drives and star lit nights. From here you can make a short day trip to the border to get your insurance and FMM card.

Parking Location

Twin Peaks campground, Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, First come, first serve, self register at that time of the year. $20 per night or $10 with senior pass. Dump, potable water, solar showers.

Directions and Other Information

Hwy I-8E toward Phoenix, exit toward Ajo South on Hwy 85. Turn right onto Puerto Blanco Dr.

GPS Coordinates

N31.942822,W112.811567Click on link to see Google Map


YUMA, AZ

November 11, 2021 to November 13, 2021
Hosts

No host needed, stop to pick up supplies for trip to Mexico.

Parking Location

BLM land next to the VFW on Hwy 95

Directions and Other Information

Coming from the Dance Rally at FOY, South on CA 111 to I-8 toward Yuma, exit S Ave 3E, turn left to US Hwy 95 north. About 11 miles, VFW will be on the left side. Go through the gate to the BLM land past the VFW.

GPS Coordinates

N32.728880,W114.423340Click on link to see Google Map


TWIN BRIDGES/VIRGINIA CITY, MT

June 25, 2021 to June 28, 2021
Hosts

Vicki Rains – 909-528-4610 Co Host – Carol Flagg – 321-443-2761

Activity Ideas

Visit Virginia City and Nevada City, fish, hike, bike, horseback ride, pan for gold, garnets and sapphires. Play basket ball, horse shoes and volley ball. T. Explore Lauren, Red Rock Mine, Garnet Gallery, Alder Gulch, Beaverhead Country Club, Beaverhead County Museum and Beaverhead Rock State Park. Visit the town of Twin Bridges

Parking Location

Madison County Fairgrounds, MT. 2 Fairgrounds Loop. Water available, some 30 amp, 20 amp and 50 amp for $25 a night. Dry camping $10 a night. Park behind the barns and stadium in the back campground area.

Directions and Other Information

From Alder, head North on MT-287, left on MT-41 SW over the river, left into fairgrounds, drive all the way back behind the buildings and barns.

GPS Coordinates

N45.5415035,W112.33917841Click on link to see Google Map


ELKHART, IN

October 3, 2021 to October 8, 2021
Activity Ideas

There are several RV manufacturers in Elkhart, along with the RV/MH Hall of Fame. Elkhart also has several other noteworthy museums, including the National New York Central Railroad Museum and the Hall of Heroes. A visit to Pete?s Simonton Lake Tavern is also a must. Bike the Pumpkin Vine Trail to Shipshewana and visit the Flea Market there.

Parking Location

Moose Lodge, 1500 CR 6 West, Elkhart, IN

Directions and Other Information

From IN-331 N, turn right onto Douglas Rd, go 1.4 mi and turn left onto Bittersweet Rd, go 1 mi and at the traffic circle that the 1st exit onto CR 6, go 3 mi and the Lodge will be on the left. No hookups or dump available.

GPS Coordinates

N41.72531,W86.00538Click on link to see Google Map


GRAND RAPIDS, MI

September 28, 2021 to October 3, 2021
Activity Ideas

Bike the Kent Trails. Take in a walk through the Federik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park. Tour the Gerald R. Ford Museum and the GR Public Museum. Take a 5 hour tour of 4 Breweries in GR. ArtPrize will be ongoing – includes hundreds of artworks from around the globe in the downtown area.

Parking Location

Wyoming Moose Lodge, 2630 Burlingame Ave SW, Wyoming, MI 49509

Directions and Other Information

Use address or GPS. Confirm availability for parking as the lot is not very large. Donations.

GPS Coordinates

N42.91654,W85.70432Click on link to see Google Map


LUDINGTON, MI

September 24, 2021 to September 28, 2021
Activity Ideas

Bike along Lake Michigan shore and into town. Visit Big Sable Point Lighthouse. Visit Ludington State Park for to explore the sand dunes, hike, bike and kayak. Several opportunities for sailing or fishing tours. If you are in need of a kayak or gear, visit the Paddle Sports Factory Outlet in nearby Scottville.

Parking Location

Mason County Fairgrounds, 5302 US-10, Ludington, MI 49431

Directions and Other Information

Follow Address or GPS. Campers use the Meyers Rd Entrance. Call into Fairground for rates.

GPS Coordinates

N43.95602,W86.40823Click on link to see Google Map


GLEN HAVEN, MI

September 19, 2021 to September 24, 2021
Activity Ideas

Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore offers miles of sandy beaches, bluffs that tower 450ft. above Lake Michigan, lush forests, clear inland lakes and unique flora and fauna. Hike the myriad of trails, enjoy nature and the breathtaking views or go bird watching. Nearby Glen Arbor offers unique shopping and art galleries.

Parking Location

David Henry Day Campground, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, 9922 Front Street, Empire, MI. NOTE: Parking is in Empire, MI

Directions and Other Information

From M-22, turn left onto M-109 N, turn right to stay on M-109 N, go 5 miles and turn left onto DH Day Campground. $20/night dry camp, Sr. Pass discount for $10/night. Dump and water available at the park.

GPS Coordinates

N44.89948,W86.0202Click on link to see Google Map


TRAVERSE CITY, MI

September 14, 2021 to September 19, 2021
Activity Ideas

Bike the Leelanau Trail up to Suttons Bay and/or the Traverse Area Recreation Trail in Traverse City. Tour the wineries and farms on the peninsula up to the Mission Point Lighthouse.

Parking Location

Turtle Creek Casino, 7741 M-72, Williamsburg, MI 49690

Directions and Other Information

Dry Camping, need to check-in at the Casino

GPS Coordinates

N44.77404,W85.42159Click on link to see Google Map


PETOSKEY, MI

September 10, 2021 to September 14, 2021
Activity Ideas

Walk the beach at Fishermans Island State Park, pick up some fresh smoked whitefish for dinner, and end the day with an ice cream cone and a walk on the waterfront. Drive to Charlevoix to tour historic lighthouses and get a glimpse of what life was like for the lighthouse keeper and his family. Visit the Harsha House and the Charlevoix Depot Museum to understand the rich history of this area. Search on the beaches in Petoskey for rock (fossilized coral) hunting. Bike the Little Traverse Wheelway from Petoskey to Charlevoix

Parking Location

Odawa Casino, 1760 Lears Rd. Petoskey, MI 49770 Free. Dry Camping.

Directions and Other Information

Use address or GPS. No charge for dry camping.

GPS Coordinates

N45.351322,W84.977599Click on link to see Google Map


ST IGNACE, MI

September 7, 2021 to September 10, 2021
Activity Ideas

Travel across the beautiful Mackinac Bridge to Mackinaw City and to the historic Mackinac Island. There is a boat trip to the island and biking on the eight-mile loop on the only state highway in the United States with no vehicular traffic, or explore the interior on foot. Sample the famous Mackinac fudge and admire the horse drawn carriages. Visit Mill Creek Discovery Park. View a demonstration of a recreated saw mill from the 1700s take a ride down the zip line or try out the climbing wall. Kayak the Carp River.

Parking Location

Moose Lodge, 2999 Mackinac Trail, St Ignace, MI

Directions and Other Information

Use address or GPS Coordinates. Donation, some electric sites. (906) 643-8785.

GPS Coordinates

N45.92005,W84.73385Click on link to see Google Map


SAULT STE MARIE, MI

August 31, 2021 to September 7, 2021
Activity Ideas

Tour Locks, hike Voyageur Trail, Geocache, explore St. Joseph Island, Bushplane Museum, guided museum tour. Located in downtown Sault Ste. Marie, the museum welcomes visitors year-round to explore the three floors of exhibit galleries that depict the heritage of Sault Ste. Marie. Displays include traveling and locally curated exhibits.

Parking Location

Kewadin Casino, 2186 Skunk Rd., Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783

Directions and Other Information

$22 per night. If the Canadian Border is open, alternative parking at the Moose Lodge.

GPS Coordinates

N46.477501,W84.321930Click on link to see Google Map


PARADISE, MI

August 29, 2021 to August 31, 2021
Hosts

Joanne Evans – joanne32349@gmail.com (301) 717-0418 Kathy Keenan – kathykeenan614@gmail.com (908) 884-4192

Activity Ideas

Hike the Tahquamenon Falls SP

Parking Location

Tahquamenon Falls SP, Lower Falls Modern Campground, 6999 N Lower Campground Lane, Paradise, MI

Directions and Other Information

The Lower Falls Modern Campground – Hemlock CG, E/W, dump available. $28 per night for 30AMP, $32 for 50 AMP. Hemlock is noted as having the best cellphone coverage, however, there is another campground nearby called the Portage CG if sites are not available at Hemlock. Reservations online are needed. https://midnrreservations.com/
There may be some free dry camping nearby at 46.641756, -85.128105, someone would need to scout this location to see if it is suitable.

GPS Coordinates

N46.61051,W85.20643Click on link to see Google Map


MUNISING, MI

August 26, 2021 to August 29, 2021
Hosts

Joanne Evans – joanne32349@gmail.com (301) 717-0418 Kathy Keenan – kathykeenan614@gmail.com (908) 884-4192

Activity Ideas

Boat tour or kayak the Pictured Rocks, hiking in the Pictured Rock Lakeshore NP, visit Munising Falls Visitor Center and hike to the falls.

Parking Location

Kewadin Casino, N7761 Candy Cane Lane, Christmas, MI 49862

Directions and Other Information

$15 per night.

GPS Coordinates

N46.43728,W86.70674Click on link to see Google Map


MARQUETTE, MI

August 22, 2021 to August 26, 2021
Hosts

Joanne Evans – joanne32349@gmail.com (301) 717-0418 Kathy Keenan – kathykeenan614@gmail.com (908) 884-4192

Activity Ideas

Bike or walk in Presque Isle Park, enjoy ice cream at Jilberts Dairy, tour pit mine and processing factory, and watch taconite being loaded into ocean liners. Great kayaking in nearby lakes and rivers, waterfalls, bike or backpack on Grand Island.

Parking Location

Ojibwa Casino, 105 Acre Trail, Marquette, MI

Directions and Other Information

From Marquette go east 11 miles on SR 28. Watch for sign to turn right on Kawbawgam Avenue to Ojibwa Casino. The Marquette County Fairgrounds. $25 for Dry camping could be optional parking.

GPS Coordinates

N46.481727,W87.243304Click on link to see Google Map


HOUGHTON, MI

August 17, 2021 to August 22, 2021
Hosts

Joanne Evans – joanne32349@gmail.com (301) 717-0418 Kathy Keenan – kathykeenan614@gmail.com (908) 884-4192

Activity Ideas

Take the ferry to Isle Royale National Park for hiking, kayaking and scuba diving. Tour the Quincy Mine and the Coppertown Mining Museum to learn all about the history of the area where mining was king. Stop by Sheldons Bakery for an old miners favorite dinner – a pasty (pasties are filled with meats and vegetables). The ghost town of Delaware including the Delaware Copper Mine. Travel along scenic highway 41 and stop at the Jampot for an afternoon treat. Tour the A.E. Seaman Mineral Museum to learn about the areas interesting rocks and minerals. Breakfast at Suomi Diner is a must. Boat tour of the lighthouses. Visit Houghton College for Rock Museum (free).

Parking Location

Hancock Recreation Area, 2000 Jasberg St, Hancock, MI

Directions and Other Information

From US-41 in Houghton, take a slight left onto Shelden Ave, immediately turn right onto Portage Canal Lift Bridge, in .5 mi turn left onto Quincy St, remain on Quincy St. until you come to Hancock Recreation Area on the left. Reservations recommended, use online system cityofhancock.com/recreation-beach-campground.php $22/day for electric. Restrooms, showers and laundry available.

GPS Coordinates

N47.131013,W88.615784Click on link to see Google Map


WAKEFIELD, MI

August 10, 2021 to August 17, 2021
Activity Ideas

Bike or hike the Bell Isle Trail. Hiking to local waterfalls. Kayak nearby lakes (rentals available). Visit mining and logging museums and Copper Peak, the biggest ski flying jump in the USA. Kayak, rock-hound swim, and or picnic along the shore of Lake Superior. Fish fry at the VFW and Pizza at Ore House

Parking Location

Eddy Park Campground, 316 Chicago Mine Rd, Wakefield, MI

Directions and Other Information

Eddy Park is located on the north east shore of Sunday Lake, along Hwy M-28. $25/day WandE and $125/week (7 days for the price of 5). Reservations are recommended, call Camp Host at 906 224-4481

GPS Coordinates

N46.48508,W89.93744Click on link to see Google Map


APOSTLE ISLAND, WI

August 2, 2021 to August 10, 2021
Activity Ideas

Thirteen Island Boat Cruise and see lighthouses and sea caves, ferry to Madeline Island State Historic Museum, fresh fish at Cornacopia, National Forest w/campground, kayaking, fishing, hiking, Iron River. Hike the Lakeshore Trail from Meyers Beach parking area on the west side of the peninsula.

Parking Location

Bad River Casino, 73370 US Hwy 2, Ashland, WI

Directions and Other Information

Use GPS Coordinates or address. On the northside of Hwy 2 $30/night for E/W, $15 for dry camping. Register in the smoke and gift shop.

GPS Coordinates

N46.59155,W90.64662Click on link to see Google Map


SUPERIOR, WI

July 26, 2021 to August 2, 2021
Activity Ideas

Amnicon Falls, WI, Maritime Visitors Center, St. Louis Co. Heritage Center, Great Lakes aquarium, Old Fire and Police Museum, Mill Hill Mall, Glen Sheen Mansion, Richard Bong Museum (air force hero)

Parking Location

Head of the Lakes Fairgrounds, 4700 Tower Ave, Superior, WI

Directions and Other Information

From US-2W/US-53N, take the WI-13 exit toward Douglas County Z, turn Left into Co Rd Z/State Hwy 13N, after 4mi, turn Right onto S Co Rd A, go 1.3mi, turn left into Woodlawn Rd, go about 2 mi then turn right into Tower Ave, Fairgrounds will be on the Right. Park in the Northwest Parking Lot, $15 for drycamping, $20 for electric hookups. Water and dump available. Contact for camping – Joe at 218 349-7367

GPS Coordinates

N46.68206,W92.10263Click on link to see Google Map


GRAND MARIAS, MN

July 26, 2021 to July 31, 2021
Activity Ideas

Gunflint Trail; Fishing; Isle Royale National Park – boat trip if Lake Superior water levels high enough; Possible Kayaking near Lake Superior shore, Kayaking in local lakes; Biking; Hiking; Golf (9 hole). Waterfall tour along the shore of Lake Superior.

Parking Location

Devil Track Lake CG, Superior National Forest, Devil Track Rd, Grand Marias, MN

Directions and Other Information

12 miles north of Grand Marias on Devil Track Rd. Fee is $16, Sr Pass is $8. No reservations, first come, first served.

GPS Coordinates

N47.830142,W90.467023Click on link to see Google Map


ELY, MN

July 20, 2021 to July 26, 2021
Activity Ideas

Visit the International Wolf Center that includes outdoor programs and live wolf exhibits. Tour the Dorothy Molter Museum, Dorothy, known as the root beer lady, brewed twelve thousand bottles every summer offering them to visitors stopping by during their trip in the Boundary Waters. Enjoy kayaking or hiking in the Boundary Waters Area. Try your luck at fishing for walleye or trout in pristine waters. Birding enthusiasts can find approximately 155 species of birds including owls, bald eagles, numerous waterfowl and song birds.

Parking Location

Fall Lake CG, Superior National Forest, 14197 Fall Lake Rd, Ely, MN

Directions and Other Information

From Ely, travel north and east on Highway 169 to County Road 18 (Fernberg Rd). Travel 4.5 miles to Fall Lake Road. Turn left and continue 1.5 miles to the CG entrance. Elec. sites: $24 / night (Golden Age: $10.50). Water and dump on site. Modern restrooms with showers. Reservations are available for some sites, first come, first serve sites also available.

GPS Coordinates

N47.95265,W91.71741Click on link to see Google Map


CASS LAKE, MN

July 15, 2021 to July 20, 2021
Activity Ideas

Mississippi Headwaters (Itasca State Park) – possible kayaking from headwaters depending on river depth. Boat tour on lake feeding Mississippi Headwaters; Kayaking – local rivers and lakes; Bicycle Trails; Hiking Trails; Near Bemidji, MN – Bemidji is noted for being the first city on the Mississippi River; Golf – 9 hole in Cass Lake, multiple 18 hole courses in Bemidji Fishing – 400 fishing lakes within 25 miles of Bemidji; Paul Bunyan Playhouse – “Music Man”; Paul Bunyan Amusement Park; Geocaching; Birding.

Parking Location

Cedar Lakes Casino, 6268 Upper Cass Frontage Rd NW, Cass Lake, MN

Directions and Other Information

Take Hwy 2 west from Cass Lake, turn right onto Upper Cass Frontage Rd, NW, arrive at Casino on the right. Register at the Players Club. Dry camping.

GPS Coordinates

N47.38363, W94.61623Click on link to see Google Map


Midwest 2021

July 15, 2021 to October 8, 2021
Activity Ideas

This circuit will launch in mid-July at Cass Lake, MN with lots of opportunities to kayak and enjoy the great outdoors. It will continue through the northern part of Minnesota and onto Wisconsin to explore the west shore of Lake Superior and the Apostle Islands. The circuit will then move into the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to take advantage of the beautiful area bordering the southern shore of Lake Superior. Kayak, hike and/or tour the Keweenaq Peninsula, Pictured Rocks, Tahquamenon Falls, and the locks of Sault Ste Marie. The circuit then travels into lower Michigan to visit Mackinac Island, Petoskey, Traverse City and onto the east shore of Lake Michigan. The circuit ends in Elkhart, IN. in early October. There are gatherings that need reservations, so please make them as soon as possible. A circuit leader has not been identified, so if you are interest in leading the circuit or attending, please contact Arlene Teague at arlene.teague@gmail.com or by text at 828 443-0279.

Parking Location
Directions and Other Information
GPS Coordinates

Click on link to see Google Map


JOSHUA TREE / YUCCA VALLEY, CA

October 20, 2021 to October 27, 2021
Hosts

Adrienne Leibowitz – 805-458-2206, adriennelulu@gmail.com

Activity Ideas

Hiking, Stargazing, Nature Trails, Geology Motor Trail, 4-wheeling adventures, visit an orchid farm, dancing, Pioneer Farm, dine at Pappy’s and Harriett’s and lots more.

Parking Location

Yucca Valley Elks #2314, 55946 Yucca Trail, Yucca Valley, CA 92284.

Directions and Other Information

20 full hookup sites for $20 a nite or $120 a week, dry camping $10. We can dry camp in electrical sites once all the dry camping sites are taken BUT we must leave two sites for other Elks. Water and dump free for campers and $5 for others.

GPS Coordinates

N34.1210892,W116.4436787Click on link to see Google Map


LANCASTER, CA

October 19, 2021 to October 20, 2021
Hosts

Adrienne Leibowitz – 805-458-2206, adriennelulu@gmail.com

Activity Ideas

Visit Saddleback Butte State Park with its many hiking trails and the BLVD is downtown Lancasters newly-revambed arts and entertainment district. Stop by Joe Davies Heritage Airpark which displays a number of retired and restored military aircraft and finish the day at Kinetic Brewing Company or Antelope Valley Winery. Drive down the musical road that was constructed in 2008 by Honda for commercials. It is notched with gross that produce musical vibrations like the William Tell Overture.

Parking Location

Elks Lodge 1625, 240 E Avenue K, Lancaster, Ca. 43 back in spaces with 30 amp, water – $20, dry camping $8 night. Rest rooms and showers. www.elkslodge1625.org, 661-942-1625 for reservations.

Directions and Other Information

There is a picnic area with tables and benches and a couple of barbecues.

GPS Coordinates

N34.674468,W118.126275Click on link to see Google Map


SANTA MARIA, CA

October 14, 2021 to October 19, 2021
Hosts

Adrienne Leibowitz – 805-458-2206, adriennelulu@gmail.com

Activity Ideas

The wine trail continues through Santa Maria and down into the quaint Danish town of Solvang/Santa Ynez where an abundance of bakeries offer wonderful butter cookies and danish. Explore the shops and museums in town and visit Ostrichland. Take a walk on Oso Flaco Lake Road which is a boardwalk through the sand dunes to the beach. Enjoy the various birds along the way. Explore the Guadalupe Nipomo Dunes and visit the Museum of Flight. Try the famous Santa Maria Barbecue (probably right at the Elks we are staying at)

Parking Location

Elks Lodge 1538, 1309 N. Bradley Rd. Santa Maria,CA. 93454 12 full hookup sites that include water, 50 amp and sewer – $30 a night, 12 partial hook up sights with water and 30 amp – $25 a night, dry camping in the south end of the front parking lot at $12 night. Call for reservations for hook up sights only 805-922-1538. No reservations for dry camping. Elks Members only in good standing, no guests.

Directions and Other Information

US 101 south to Donavan Rd exit, turn right onto Donavan, left onto College Dr. Left onto Bradley Rd on the right. 20 min drive so we can stay in the area

GPS Coordinates

N34.963844,W120.422107Click on link to see Google Map


PISMO BEACH, CA

October 10, 2021 to October 14, 2021
Hosts

Adrienne Leibowitz – 805-458-2206, adriennelulu@gmail.com

Activity Ideas

From this location we can stroll along the beach, collect sand dollars, walk to downtown Pismo and the pier where there are numerous shops, bars, restaurants. Drive a few miles south and take your dune buggies (4 wheel drive vehicles) on the sand dunes, drive along the water on the sand with almost any vehicle, visit San Luis Obispo, kayak in the water ways near Oceano, visit the quaint town of Arroyo Grande, lots of wine tasting and great bike paths.

Parking Location

Pismo Beach State Park, North Beach. No hookups, dump station and potable water on sight, pay showers. Most spaces are pull through and large enough for any rig. Trees, grass, dunes, beach ocean, Monarch Butterflies, walk to downtown Pismo Beach. Must make reservations – Reservecalifornis.com

Directions and Other Information

101 south, take exit 190B for Hinds Ave/Price Canyon – turn right, Left onto Price Street, Right onto Ocean View, Left onto Dolliver, Right into Pismo Beach State Park

GPS Coordinates

N35.130930,W120.635126Click on link to see Google Map


ATASCADERO, CA

October 7, 2021 to October 10, 2021
Hosts

Adrienne Leibowitz – 805-458-2206, adriennelulu@gmail.com

Activity Ideas

Visit Charles Paddock Zoo, numerous great wineries in the area. Sculpterra is a must with their fabulous sculptures. Take a ride to Historic Cambria, walk on Moonstone beach, San Simon, Hearst Castle (if open), Estrella Warbird Museum. There are carious places to hike, bike and Kayak. Ride down Bob Jones trail, kayak in Morro Bay, hike up to Bishop Point.

Parking Location

Elks Lodge 2733, 1516 El Camino Real, Atascadero, CA. 93422. $35 a night and you must be an Elk in good standing, no guests. Call camp host for Reservations 805-538-8934, 14 full hook up sights

Directions and Other Information

Ca-1 South, Left on Dolan Rd., Right onto San Miguel Canyon Rd to US – 101 South, From Highway 101, take Del Rio exit, go east to El Camino Real, turn on left (north). The Lodge and RV facilities are a quarter mile past signal on left side of road.
We may be able to stay overnight at the Tobyn James Winery if you are a Harvest Host Member. They have plenty of room for dry camping and will arrange a wine tasting for us. $20 per person for wine tasting with limited size groups outside due to Covid restrictions. Need reservations for this to be arranged by Host or Circuit Leader for a group.

GPS Coordinates

N35.517299,W120.700620Click on link to see Google Map


SANTA CRUZ/SCOTTS VALLEY, CA

October 4, 2021 to October 7, 2021
Hosts

Adrienne Leibowitz – 805-458-2206, adriennelulu@gmail.com

Activity Ideas

Hiking in the Redwoods, numerous parks and trails to explore, dog park.Visit Santa Cruz Beach boardwalks vintage rides that include the 1911 Looff Carousel and the Giant Dipper roller Coaster. Enjoy the Natural Bridges State beach, Lighthouse field State Beach, West Cliff Drive and the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History.

Parking Location

Moose Center 545, 2470 El Rancho Dr. Santa Cruz, Ca. 95060 $10 night – dry camping. Dinner in lodge Wednesday night.

Directions and Other Information

Take 101 South,, take exit 438 for CA-1 toward 19 Ave/Golden Gate Park, continue CA-1 to I-280 S, exit 11A for Ca-17 S toward Santa Cruz, Exit 3 for Mount Hermon Road, left onto ramp, follow signs CA-17 N/San Jose, follow signs for El Rancho Dr and turn R.

GPS Coordinates

N37.027105,W122.024614Click on link to see Google Map


PETALUMA, CA

September 29, 2021 to October 4, 2021
Hosts

Adrienne Leibowitz – 805-458-2206, adriennelulu@gmail.com

Activity Ideas

Explore the California Cheese Trail and check out some of the local wines. Explore Tomales Bay which is great for kayaking and hiking. Visit Shollenberger Park, Helen Putnam Regional Park and Lucchesi Park. Check out the Lavender Bee Farm, Adobe Road, Penngrove Power and Implement Museum, Petaluma Wildlife Museum, Sonoma Portworks just to name a few of the places to see. Blue Water Kayaking rents kayaks on Tomales Bay and they know the tides. Drive the north end of PT Reyes National Seashore and maybe see rare Tule Elk and add a stop at Bovine Bakery. Visit the hippie town of Sebastpol with lots of wine tasting, Stenson Beach known for surfing, Bolinas Lagoon for great birding, Mt Tam for hiking, Old Redwoods in Muir Woods.

Parking Location

Elks Lodge 901, 2105 S McDowell Blvd. Must make reservations

Directions and Other Information

Elks Lodge 901, 2105 S McDowel Blvd. Ext. Petaluma. RV host for reservations, 707-241-0566, rv@elks901.org. $30 night for full hookups, $12 dry camping.

GPS Coordinates

N38.230312,W122.593959Click on link to see Google Map


UKIAH, CA

September 28, 2021 to September 29, 2021
Hosts

Adrienne Leibowitz – 805-458-2206, adriennelulu@gmail.com

Activity Ideas

There are numerous wineries to visit in the area. We will be staying at the Nelson Family Winery. This is part of the Harvest Host. They will set up a special tasting for us. They also have olive oils, jams, jellies and many other items along with a farm to explore. If the group is interested we may possibly be able to stay a second night.

Parking Location

Nelson Family Vineyards, 550 Nelson Ranch Road, Ukiah, CA 95482. 707-462-3755. The tasting room is located 1/2 mile off of Hwy 101 and the RV designated area is just one mile past the tasting room. A secluded 2.5 acre space with ample room and breathtaking views of the vineyards.

Directions and Other Information

This is just an overnight stop to break up the driving. You may choose to drive right through which is about 240 miles. This is a lovely winery for an overnight stop They have room for maybe 20 rigs. Circuit leader to call in advance with the number of rigs and to set up tasting. This winery is a member of Harvest Hosts but they they have agreed to allow our group. It is always a good idea to taste some wine and buy some or other items they make and sell. They are not charging us to stay overnight so a purchase is highly recommended.

GPS Coordinates

N39.134666,W123.193583Click on link to see Google Map


LAYTONVILLE, CA

September 27, 2021 to September 28, 2021
Hosts

Adrienne Leibowitz – 805-458-2206, adriennelulu@gmail.com

Activity Ideas

just overnite

Parking Location

Red Fox Casino, 200 Cahto Dr. Laytonville, CA 95454, free. Small Casino so limited parking.

Directions and Other Information

Need to register inside.

GPS Coordinates

N39.669654,W123.497583Click on link to see Google Map


EUREKA, CA

September 22, 2021 to September 28, 2021
Hosts

Adrienne Leibowitz – 805-458-2206, adriennelulu@gmail.com

Activity Ideas

Visit old Town Eureka with their historic places mainly from the Victorian era. Check out the Carson Mansion. Drive the Redwood Highway from the Oregon coast along the California Coast. Numerous parks and places to stop along the way. Picnic at Sequoia Park Forest and Garden. Visit Fort Humbolt State Historic Park with lots of bird watching, and the Blue Ox Millworks Historic Park. Hike at headwaters forest reserve and bike Arcata Community Forest. So much more to see and do in this charming area.

Parking Location

Moose 4328 Campton Rd. Eureka, members only, dump. 707-443-1073. $20 nite for electric and water, $5 a nite dry camping. Call Dan 707-599-2351 about a month in advance to let him know approximate numbers and how many need hook ups. They have about 20 hookups but some are being used. Can also call the lodge at 707-443-1073. Dump on site.

Directions and Other Information

A second choice for parking is the Elks at 445 Herrick Ave. Elks only, no guests, 24 full hook up sites $30 nite, no dry camping, first come. 707-442-6652

GPS Coordinates

N40.763771,W124.155393Click on link to see Google Map


GOLD BEACH, OR

September 15, 2021 to September 22, 2021
Hosts

Adrienne Leibowitz – 805-458-2206, adriennelulu@gmail.com

Activity Ideas

Take a wild jet boat ride on the Rogue River, comb the beach for traces of shipwrecks, tide pools, driftwood, visit Otter Point with sweeping views of the Pacific, hiking trails to cliffside viewpoints and sandy beaches below. Check out kissing rock, Isaac Lee Patterson Bridge, Woggys Fish and Chips, Rogue River Trail, day trip to Port Orford and Cape Blanco Lighthouse. Lots of hiking, mountain biking, horse back riding and the wild Oregon Coast.

Parking Location

Huntley Park. $15 a night, $95 a week, dry camping, on the river. Hiking trails right from campground, rest rooms, showers. 541-247-9377. CITY CAMPGROUND, FIRST COME FIRST SERVED

Directions and Other Information

Take US-101 south. Cross the bridge south of Gold Beach and turn left (east) on Jerrys Flat Rd. (CR-595). Go 7 miles east on Jerry Flat Rd. Park is on the left.

GPS Coordinates

N42.478718,W124.327475Click on link to see Google Map


WINSTON, OR

September 15, 2021 to September 20, 2021
Hosts

Marian Nakagawa 971-409-5421

Activity Ideas

Main attraction Wildlife Safari 600 Acre drive through park begins with a visit to the Village housing small, rare animals, gift shop and nice restaurant with a view. The drive thru is divided into 3 sections with hundreds of free roaming animals from Africa, Asia and the Americas from Asia, Africa and Americas. Most important is their breeding facility for the critically endangered Cheetah with over 225 cubs born there. Other attractions in this beautiful area of Oregon include gorgeous wineries, scenic loop drive on Hwy 138 where you can enjoy up to 20 spectacular waterfalls, some right beside the road. And dont miss the best-in-the-world Umpqua Ice Cream.

Parking Location

Foursquare Gospel Center, 540 SE Main St.Winston, OR. 97496 Donation of $7 per night is expected. Parking on a grassy field, no amenities. Dumping at the Loves and the Cottage Grove Water Treatment Plant

Directions and Other Information

Highway 20 to I-5S to Old highway 99 S to SE Main, left on CR-266, left into the parking lot. Church lot, no amenities.

GPS Coordinates

N43.1157530,W123.4140739Click on link to see Google Map


REEDSPORT/COOS BAY, OR

September 12, 2021 to September 15, 2021
Hosts

Adrienne Leibowitz – 805-458-2206, adriennelulu@gmail.com

Activity Ideas

Close to Coos Bay which is a great Oregon coastal town to explore. Visit Umpqua river lighthouse, Art Museum, Boardwalk, Mingus Park, Historical Railway,Coos Bay Manor and the Coos History Museum and Maritime Collection. Hike to the dunes and climb over to the beach from the campground, fantastic views. Close to Lake for fishing and kayaking.

Parking Location

Eel Creel Campground, 10 miles south of city of Reedsport on the west side of 101. $11 with senior pass. Must make reservations with Rec.gov.

Directions and Other Information

RV dump ($5) 855 Highway 101and Hwy 36, take a left. Located in the parking lot of the Oregon Dunes Visitor Center. Free Dump at William M. Tugman State Park Winchester Bay. Take a left at the Tugman State Park/Eel Lake signs

GPS Coordinates

N43.587106,W124.184350Click on link to see Google Map


SEDONA/COTTONWOOD, AZ

April 25, 2021 to April 28, 2021
Hosts

Host – Dave Bloom 805-708-4870 Co-host – Judy Mathews – 536-0660

Activity Ideas

Visit Sedona red-rock buttes, Chapel of the Holy Cross, Cathedral Rock Trail, Oak Creek Canyon, Tiaquepaque Arts and shopping Village. So much to explore there.

Parking Location

FR 9571 south of 89, Dispersed, free

Directions and Other Information

Head East on AZ-69 S toward Mendocino Drive, turn left on AZ-169 N, Turn left onto the I-17 N ramp to Flagstaff, take 287 toward AZ-260 W/Finnie Flat Road (signs for AZ-89A/Cottonwood/Jerome) Stay on 260 W, turn right onto AZ-89A, make a U turn at Angel Valley Rd.Turn Right at FS 9571. There is a sign there marking the road. Be very careful as there are big pot holes, drive slow and watch for rocks and pot holes. There is room as you first come in for maybe 3 big rigs to park just after you come in but will have some road noise. The further up the road you come, the more it opens up.

GPS Coordinates

N34.803127,W111.921220Click on link to see Google Map


FLAGSTAFF, AZ

April 23, 2021 to April 25, 2021
Activity Ideas

Walk or bike in Flagstaff, stop and see the Historic Railroad Depot. Visit and hike in Riordan Mansion State Historic Park, Northern Arizona Museum, Wupatki National Monument, Walnut Canyon National Monument, and Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument.

Parking Location

Twin Arrows Navajo Casino, 22181 Resort Blvd, Flagstaff, AZ

Directions and Other Information

Use GPS coordinates. Dry Camping.

GPS Coordinates

N35.16764,W111.25539Click on link to see Google Map


ALBUQUERQUE, NM

April 19, 2021 to April 23, 2021
Activity Ideas

Ride on the Sandia Peak Tramway, visit the Science Center, ABQ BioPark Zoo, Biological Park, National Museum of Nuclear Science and History and the Pueblo Cultural Center. Bike the Paseo Del Bosque Trail along the Rio Grande River.

Parking Location

Elks Lodge, 2430 Centre Ave SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106

Directions and Other Information

From I 25, take exit 222A for Gibson Blvd E, merge onto Gibson Blvd SE, go .9mi and turn left onto Yale Blvd SE, turn an immediate right onto Centre Ave SE.

GPS Coordinates

N35.061009,W106.616808Click on link to see Google Map


AMARILLO, TX

April 18, 2021 to April 19, 2021
Activity Ideas

Overnight Stop

Parking Location

Amarillo Visitors Center, 9700 E I-40, Amarillo, TX

Directions and Other Information

Use address or GPS coordinates.

GPS Coordinates

N35.19222,W101.72718Click on link to see Google Map


EL RENO, OK

April 17, 2021 to April 18, 2021
Activity Ideas

Overnight Stop

Parking Location

Lucky Star Casino, 7777 US-81, El Reno, OK 73036

Directions and Other Information

Use address or GPS Coordinates. Phone (405) 422-6500

GPS Coordinates

N35.60007,W97.96332Click on link to see Google Map