Past Events

HUDSON, FL

February 28, 2021 to March 7, 2021
Activity Ideas

Bike and kayak in the surrounding areas of Tarpon Springs to Dunedin, and Honey Moon Island.

Parking Location

Hudson Elks Lodge, 9135 Denton Ave, Hudson, FL 34667

Directions and Other Information

Use address or GPS coordinates. Boondocking. Donation.

GPS Coordinates

N28.38982,W82.66318Click on link to see Google Map


COUPEVILLE TO SEQUIM VIA PORT TOWNSEND (OPTION 2), WA

July 29, 2021 to July 29, 2021
Hosts

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

Activity Ideas

With this option, you skip Puyallup, WA and go straight to Sequim. Approximately 139 miles taking the Coupeville Ferry to Port Townsend.
Reservations
Schedule
Fares

Parking Location
Directions and Other Information

Follow highway 20 towards Marblemount, Hamilton, Burlington, Whidby Island (Deception Pass), left on South Main Street/Engle Road to the Coupeville Ferry Terminal Building. Check schedule, sailing times approximately 2 to 3 months in advance. Take Ferry from Coupeville to Port Townsend where you will continue on Hwy 20 to 101 going by Discovery Bay into Sequim. You may make reservations starting on March 9th, 2021. This will take 3 1/2 to 4 hours plus any time waiting to board the ferry. The ferry ride is about 35 minutes.

GPS Coordinates

Click on link to see Google Map


NORTH CASCADES / NEWHALEM (OPTION 2), WA

July 25, 2021 to August 2, 2021
Hosts

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

Activity Ideas

This campground is near the Skagit River and Newhalem Creek. Enjoy kayaking, fishing, hiking, and visit the waterfalls and the historic town of Newhalem. A must see: a 330 foot boardwalk through the woods and Ladder Creek Falls with its colored light show at night.

Parking Location

Newhalem Creek Campground, National Park. Must make RESERVATIONS, recreation.gov, Reservations are open: recreation.gov, 1-877-444-6777. Tables, fire pits, dump station, potable water. $24 night, $12 with senior pass.

Directions and Other Information

South of SR 20 at MP 120. 14 miles east of Marblemount.

GPS Coordinates

N48.671013,W121.260874Click on link to see Google Map


MIAMI, AZ

March 29, 2021 to March 30, 2021
Parking Location

Walmart – 100 South Ragus Rd.. Claypool, AZ 85532

Directions and Other Information

This is just an overnight stop for those that do not want to drive 3 1/2 hours to Apache Junction. This will break up the trip. Park on the garden side.

GPS Coordinates

N33.4134433,W110.8355841Click on link to see Google Map


APACHE JUNCTION, AZ

March 29, 2021 to April 5, 2021
Hosts

Host – Robin Lockwood – 305-304-7777, Co-host: Pat Chacon – 719-231-7354

Activity Ideas

Biking, 4-wheeling,lots of hiking in the Superstition Mountains, drive the Apache Trail and is it some mins along the way, visit Tortilla Flats, check out Canyon Lake, Lost Dutchman Theme Park. Pan for Gold.

Parking Location

Elks Lodge 2349, 2455 N. Hwy 88 and Lost Dutchman Rd. 85219. All dry camping, $10 night. We will be parking close and may need a parking director.

Directions and Other Information

Take I-10 West to AZ-87 North, Turn right onto E. Bartlett Rd., Left onto N. Christensen Ed., Right onto E. Cooledge Ave., Left onto N. Attaway, Right onto West Hunt,Left onto Az – 79, Left onto US 60 towards Phoenix, exit 199 toward Old W. , Right onto S. Goldfield Rd., Left onto E. Lost Dutchman Blvd., Sharpe right onto N. Apache Trail, turn right 250 feet.

GPS Coordinates

N33. 437497,W111.519032Click on link to see Google Map


HENSHAW ROAD/PATAGONIA (Option 2), AZ

March 18, 2021 to March 22, 2021
Activity Ideas

Visit the Titan Missile Museum and the Tumacacori National Monument. Great access to Lake Patgonia, the Arizonia Trail and Paton Center.

Parking Location

Henshaw Road dispersed Camping. Host to check out location in advance. BLM free

Directions and Other Information

Arizona 82 West 47 miles, turn left at Taylor, left at Mc Keown Avs., slight left onto Henshaw Creek Road

GPS Coordinates

N31.50892,W110.68226Click on link to see Google Map


TOMBSTONE (Option 1), AZ

March 14, 2021 to March 18, 2021
Hosts

Minnie Bedrick – 940-231-3169

Activity Ideas

Tombstone is known for its Wild West History. Exhibits at the Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park include a replica gallows. On historic Allen Street, the Ok Corral outdoor theatre re-enacts an 1881cowboy gunfight. Resident ghosts are said to haunt the bullet-riddled Bird Gage Theatre. Outlaws are among the local townsfolk buried at the 1878 Boothill Cemetary. Check out the Good Enough Mine Tour and the Gunfighter Hall of Fame.

Parking Location

Tombstone Dry Camping RV Park, just past the Historical Court House on 3rd street. 365 S. 3rd Street

Directions and Other Information

$10 night dry camp. 50 sites, accepts big rigs, no water or dump

GPS Coordinates

N31.711200,W110.068955Click on link to see Google Map


TOMBSTONE, AZ

March 14, 2021 to March 18, 2021
Activity Ideas

Tombstone is known for its Wild West History. Exhibits at the Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park include a replica gallows. On historic Allen Street, the Ok Corral outdoor theatre re-enacts an 1881cowboy gunfight. Resident ghosts are said to haunt the bullet-riddled Bird Gage Theatre. Outlaws are among the local townsfolk buried at the 1878 Boothill Cemetary. Check out the Good Enough Mine Tour and the Gunfighter Hall of Fame.

Parking Location

Tombstone Dry Camping RV Park, just past the Historical Court House on 3rd street. 365 S. 3rd Street

Directions and Other Information

$10 night dry camp. 50 sites, accepts big rigs, no water or dump

GPS Coordinates

N31.711200,W110.068955Click on link to see Google Map


Bangor, ME

August 1, 2021 to August 8, 2021
Activity Ideas

Tour both the Art Museum and the Hudson Museum at the University of Maine. Visit the Cole Land Transportation Museum, Paul Bunyan Statue, and the home of Steven King. Perhaps take in a show at the Penobscot Theatre Co. Take a walk or bike the Waterfront on the Penobscot River. Lots of great restaurants nearby.

Parking Location

Elks Lodge, 108 Odlin Rd, Bangor, ME

Directions and Other Information

From Oak St headed North, take the I-395W ramp to I-95/Bangor, go 5.2mi turn right onto Odlin Rd, go .7mi to arrive at Elks Lodge on the right. Donations.

GPS Coordinates

N44.79550,W68.80615Click on link to see Google Map


Ellsworth, ME

July 23, 2021 to August 1, 2021
Activity Ideas

Visit Acadia National Park, Timber Tina’s Great Maine Lumberjack Show, Downeast Scenic Railroad, Big Chicken Barn. Take a drive to the Penobscot Narrows Bridge Observatory which is the tallest bridge observatory in the world at 447 feet tall and tour Fort Knox which is full of history and great architecture.

Parking Location

Elks Lodge, 317 High St, Ellsworth, ME

Directions and Other Information

From US-1N, turn right onto High St, go 1.5 miles to arrive at Elks Lodge on the right. Donations.

GPS Coordinates

N44.52588,W68.40117Click on link to see Google Map


Rockland, ME

July 16, 2021 to July 23, 2021
Activity Ideas

Crescent Beach, Rockland; Owls Head State Park (SP), Owls Head; Birch Point Beach SP, Port Clyde; Camden Hills SP, Camden (bird watching); numerous towns including Belfast, Camden, Rockland, Port Clyde; Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, 16 Museum St, ; Maine Lighthouse Museum, Sail Power and Steam Museum, Project Puffin Visitor Center; Maine Maritime Museum; Penobscot Marine Museum; Marshall Point Lighthouse Museum, Rockland Breakwater Light; Mount Battie hike, Camden; Monhegan Island ferry from Port Clyde, Puffin Nature Cruise from Port Clyde; kayaking.

Parking Location

Elks Lodge, 210 Rankin St, Rockland, ME

Directions and Other Information

From I-95N keep right to continue on I-295N following signs for S Portland/Downtown Portland, go 28mi use right 2 lanes for Exit 28 for US-1N, go 2.4mi and turn left onto US-1N/Mill St, go 8.5mi keep left to stay on US-1N, go 41mi and turn left onto Meadow Rd/Old Country Rd, go 3.1mi and turn right onto Rankin St, go .2mi turn right onto Soffayer Dr and arrive at the Elks Lodge. There are a few electric sites available. Donations.

GPS Coordinates

N44.11295,W69.12693Click on link to see Google Map


Seabrook, NH

July 11, 2021 to July 16, 2021
Activity Ideas

Spend a day at the beach in Seabrook or Hampton. Dine at the Smoky Quartz Distillery, a craft distillery producing bourbon and rum. Eastman Docks offers fishing charters. In Newburyport, there are whale-watching tours, Plum Island Beach with a lighthouse. Tour the Merrimack River Station of the Coast Guard, the birthplace of the Coast Guard. There is also a bike ride available on the Clipper City Trail.

Parking Location

American Legion, 169 Walton Road, Seabrook, NH

Directions and Other Information

From I-95N, take Exit 60 and turn left on Main St, go .8mi and take slight right onto US-1S, then immediate left onto US-1N, go 400ft and turn right onto Walton Rd, arrive at American Legion on the left. Donation for dry camping.

GPS Coordinates

N42.87851,W70.85538Click on link to see Google Map


Groton, CT

July 5, 2021 to July 11, 2021
Activity Ideas

Visit the Submarine Force Museum to see the historic ship Nautilus, the world’s first nuclear-powered submarine. Tour the Avery Point Lighthouse, Fort Griswold Battlefield State Park, and take a walk on the Poquonnock River Walkway. The Foxwoods Casino offered senior buffets twice a week, and the Mohegan Casino has beautiful architecture. The Gatehouse Tavern, an old historic gatehouse is also a treat not to be missed.

Parking Location

Elks Lodge, 700 Shennecossett Rd, Groton, CT 06340, (860) 445-2163

Directions and Other Information

From I-95N, take Exit 87 for CT-349 S/Clarence B Sharp Hwy, go 1.5mi continue straight onto Brandegee Ave., go 1.4mi and arrive at the Elks Lodge on the Left.

GPS Coordinates

N41.3278,W72.05769Click on link to see Google Map


PITTSTOWN, NJ

June 28, 2021 to July 5, 2021
Activity Ideas

Take the bus or train to NYC, then take the Big Bus Tour to see all the sites the city has to offer. It will take a few days to get in all the sites, like Central Park, the Statue of Liberty on Ellis Island, Brooklyn Bridge, the 9/11 Memorial and Museum, Times Square and so much more available. Visit Jersey City to see their 9/11 Memorial. Several wineries near Pittstown and the Ringing Rock County Park. Celebrate July 4th.

Parking Location

Clinton Elks, 211 Sidney Rd, Pittstown NJ Phone 908 735 8531

Directions and Other Information

From Pittstown Road, turn left onto Sidney Road, go 1.4 miles and turn left to the Clinton Elks Lodge. Dry camping only.

GPS Coordinates

N40.60536,W74.91884Click on link to see Google Map


Dingman’s Ferry, PA

June 23, 2021 to June 28, 2021
Activity Ideas

Nearby sites include the Columns Museum, the Grey Towers, Pike County Historical Society and the Pocono Environmental Education Center.

Parking Location

Dingmans Campground, 1006 US 209, Dingmans Ferry, PA 18328 570 828-1551

Directions and Other Information

From Community Dr, turn right onto US-209N, go 12mi and arrive at CG on the right. Call to reserve. $44 for 50AMP, $42 20AMP, $40 BD, Sr Pass is 50% off. Flush toilets, showers and dump on site. Very narrow roads between trees and heavily shaded.

GPS Coordinates

N41.211402,W74.873891Click on link to see Google Map


Egg Harbor Township, NJ

June 16, 2021 to June 23, 2021
Activity Ideas

Visit Atlantic City, the Convention Center and the Boardwalk Hall to see the world’s largest pipe organ, Historical Society’s Roundhouse Museum, German Community, the Naval Air Museum. Tour the marsh on a pontoon boat.

Parking Location

Elks Lodge, 1815 Somers Point Rd, Egg Harbor Township, NJ

Directions and Other Information

From I-76E, keep left at the fork to stay on Atlantic City Expy E, go 10mi and take Exit 7S toward Parkway S, keep left follow signs for Cape May, go 6.9mi take exit 30 toward N Laurel Dr, turn right onto New Rd, go .6mi turn right onto Atlantic 559/Mays Landing Rd, go 1.1mi and arrive at Elks Lodge on the Left. Donations.

GPS Coordinates

N39.31598,W74.63209Click on link to see Google Map


ASTON, PA

June 12, 2021 to June 16, 2021
Activity Ideas

Tour Philadelphia, Independence National Historic Park, Eastern State Penitentiary, Independence Hall, Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul, Reading Terminal Market, Masonic Temple, National Constitution Center, Liberty Bell Center, Hop-on hop-off tours, Rocky statue and Stairs, Betty Ross Center, Ben Franklin Museum

Parking Location

Moose Lodge, 796 Mount Rd, Aston, PA

Directions and Other Information

Use address or GPS coordinates. Donation.

GPS Coordinates

N39.87626,W75.45035Click on link to see Google Map


Hanover, PA

June 8, 2021 to June 12, 2021
Activity Ideas

Gettysburg National Military Park, Mason Dixon Paranormal Society, Codorus State Park, UTZ Potato Chip Factory, Warehime-Myers Mansion, Aldus Brewing Company, Markets of Hanover, Eichelberger Performing Arts Center, High rock Winery

Parking Location

Hanover Elks Lodge, 47 N Forney Ave, Hanover, PA

Directions and Other Information

Use address or GPS coordinates. Donations.

GPS Coordinates

N39.79694,W76.98955Click on link to see Google Map


Greenbelt, MD

May 28, 2021 to June 1, 2021
Activity Ideas

Tour Washington DC Area, Baltimore Area, Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Ft McHenry National Monument, John Hopkins University, Annapolis State House, Annapolis National Cemetery, and the US Naval Academy.

Parking Location

Cherry Hill Park 9800 Cherry Hill Rd College Park MD 20740 301 937 7116 Greenbelt National Park is closed for renovations

Directions and Other Information

Park is expensive.
***Very difficult to get reservations during this holiday period. Try the National Park, State park and Cherry Hill RV campground.***

GPS Coordinates

N38.98303,W76.90114Click on link to see Google Map


Ocean City, MD

May 25, 2021 to May 28, 2021
Activity Ideas

Assateague is a 37mile long barrier island on the Atlantic Coast of Maryland and Virginia. The terrain is a mix of sand dunes, maritime forests and salt marshes. Two herds of wild horses inhabit the island. The horses are descended from late 17th century horses brought by colonists attempting to avoid livestock taxes. Activities are abundant on the island with crabbing and clamming and a long stretch of beach for swimming, kayaking and fishing. Tour the Island and Visitors Center, enjoy the quiet away from the city. Don’t pet the horses

Parking Location

Assateague Island National Seashore, 7206 National Seashore Lane, Berlin, MD

Directions and Other Information

From US-113N turn right onto Harrison Rd, go 2.6mi turn right onto MD-376E, go 2.8 mi turn right onto MD-611S, go 4.4 mi and turn right onto Campground Rd. $30/night for non-electric RV sites. Senior pass discount applies. Reservations need to be made ahead of time at recreation.gov.
***Very difficult to get reservations during this holiday period. Try the National Park, State park and Cherry Hill RV campground.***

GPS Coordinates

N38.03863,W75.2654Click on link to see Google Map


Chesapeake, VA

May 18, 2021 to May 25, 2021
Activity Ideas

Visit Chesapeake Arboretum, Big Woody’s-Great Bride, Clarke farms market, Whalers Wharf, Norfolk Naval Yard, Virginia Beach, Newport News, Mariners Museum, USS Monitor Center, US Army Transportation Museum, and Victory Arch. Bike/walk the Dismal Swamp Canal Trail. Celebrate Memorial Day.

Parking Location

Moose Lodge, 1400 George Washington Hwy N, Chesapeake, VA

Directions and Other Information

From US-158W, take Exit 2 and turn Left onto US-13/Military Hwy, go 2.8 mi turn right toward Canal Dr, go .9 mi turn right onto George Washington Hwy N, go .4 mi and arrive at the Moose Lodge on the left. Donations.

GPS Coordinates

N36.79102,W76.33117Click on link to see Google Map


Outer Banks, NC

May 11, 2021 to May 18, 2021
Activity Ideas

Visit the Bodie Island and the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse. Tour Kitty Hawk and the Wright Brothers National Memorial. Celebrate our Elizabethan Heritage with visits to the Lost Colony, Roanoke Island Festival Park. Travel to the village of Rodanthe to visits the Chicamacomico Life-Saving Station, one of the most complete sites of all remaining life-saving stations in the US.

Parking Location

Oregon Inlet Campground, Nags Head, NC

Directions and Other Information

From US-64 Bypass E, take slight Right onto S Virginia Dare Trail, go .1mi turn Right onto NC 12 S/Cape Hatteras National Park Rd, go 8mi, turn Left to arrive at Oregon Inlet Campground. $28/night for non-electric RV sites, $35/night for electric. Senior pass discount applies. Reservations need to be made ahead of time at recreation.gov.

GPS Coordinates

N35.79909,W75.54477Click on link to see Google Map


Morehead City, NC

May 4, 2021 to May 11, 2021
Activity Ideas

Visit New Bern where the British Governor Tryon lived in the 1770’s and where Pepsi Cola was invented in 1898. Drive to Beaufort walk and/or sail the Bogue Sound and visit the NC Maritime Museum. Tour Ft. Macon, one of many old forts along the Atlantic Ocean dating back to 1794. Explore the Cedar Point Tideland Trail in the NF and enjoy the beaches and restaurants on nearby islands.

Parking Location

Cedar Point Campground, 391 VFW Rd, Cedar Point, NC

Directions and Other Information

From NC-24E that the Exit toward Camp Lejeune/Morehead City, go 21mi and turn Left onto Old NC-58N, go .8mi and turn Left onto VFW Rd, go .5mi and turn Left onto Croatan Forest Rd, go .7mi and turn Left to stay on Croatan Forest Rd, then slight Left to continue on Croatan Forest Rd, then turn Right to stay on Croatan Forest Rd, arrive at Cedar Point Campground. All campsites have electric with a fee of $20/night and a $7/day electrical surcharge. Senior pass discount applies. Reservations need to be made ahead of time at recreation.gov.

GPS Coordinates

N34.69334,W77.08232Click on link to see Google Map


Wilmington, NC

April 27, 2021 to May 4, 2021
Activity Ideas

Take a trolley ride through the downtown Historic District, then explore the river walk along the Cape Fear River and the Saturday Market and the vibrant shopping streets. Visit the battleship USS North Carolina, a huge floating relic of World War II. Take a tour of Bellamy Mansion, built in 1861, a most spectacular example of antebellum architecture, and Poplar Grove, one of the country’s oldest peanut plantations. A boat tour of Cape Fear River offers a view of the city. Visit Fort Fisher and the pier at Carolina Beach.

Parking Location

Moose Lodge, 4610 Carolina Beach Rd, Wilmington, NC

Directions and Other Information

From US-17 N/US-17 BUS N/US-76 E, take the Exit to State Port, go .2mi and take slight Right onto S Front St, go .8mi continue straight onto Carolina Beach Rd, go 4.3mi and arrive at Moose Lodge on the Right.

GPS Coordinates

N34.15726,W77.91154Click on link to see Google Map


Murrells Inlet, SC

April 23, 2021 to April 27, 2021
Activity Ideas

Murrells Inlet is a short drive from Myrtle Beach where you can take a stroll on the boardwalk and beach and have lunch at Duffy’s – where the house band for several years was Alabama. There is plenty of great shopping and activities at Broadway at the Beach, Tanger Outlets and the Malls. Visit the Huntington Beach State Park and the nearby Brookgreen Gardens, a unique combination of botanical gardens with outdoor sculptures and exhibits of wild animals. Dinner and dancing available at the American Legion. Take a boat tour or kayak the intercostal waterways or salt marsh.

Parking Location

The Beaver Bar, 3534 US-17 BUS, Murrell’s Inlet, SC

Directions and Other Information

From US-17N, turn right onto Carson Ave, go .3mi turn right onto US-17 BUS S, arrive at Beaver bar on the right. This is private property, please do not arrive early or plan to stay after the gathering ends. $10 drycamping

GPS Coordinates

N33.57151,W79.02675Click on link to see Google Map


West Columbia, SC

April 16, 2021 to April 23, 2021
Activity Ideas

Tour the State Capital Building and the SC State Museum, visit the Riverbanks Zoo and Gardens, visit other museums and Historic Columbia. Bike or walk the West Columbia Riverwalk. Tube down the Saluda River. Hike and kayak in the Congaree National Park.

Parking Location

Moose Lodge, 1541 Old Dunbar Rd, West Columbia, SC 29169 (803) 955-0810

Directions and Other Information

Use address or GPS coordinates. Donation.

GPS Coordinates

N33.92623,W81.11221Click on link to see Google Map


Charleston, SC

April 13, 2021 to April 16, 2021
Activity Ideas

Start with a trip to the Visitors Center for a movie on Charleston and pickup event brochures, then continue to the City Market. Take a tour of the Tea Planation and visit the Angel Oak tree, estimated to be 500 years old and stands 66 ft tall and 28 ft in circumference. Take a self-guided walking tour of the Battery District of Old Charleston, including Saint Michael’s Church (built 1752-1761), the Old Post Office (1896) and the seawall with a view of Fort Sumter at the mouth of the bay. Board the ferry at Patriots Point for a tour around the harbor on the way to the Fort Sumter, where the first shots were fired starting the Civil War.

Parking Location

Lake Aire RV Campground, 4375 Highway 162 Hollywood, SC 29449

Directions and Other Information

Spell out the word “highway” when entering in Google Maps for the best directions to RV park or use GPS coordinates. Call (843) 571-1271 for reservations.

GPS Coordinates

N32.77754,W80.14794Click on link to see Google Map


Savannah, GA

April 6, 2021 to April 13, 2021
Activity Ideas

Take either a trolley tour, or free walking/biking tour of the historical downtown area. Eat lunch at the several restaurants in the downtown area such as Mrs. Wiley’s. Spend the day on the beach at Tybee Island and climb the steps to the top of the lighthouse. Tour Fort Pulaski National Monument and Bonaventure Cemetery. Kayaking and bike trails are also available.

Parking Location

12 Eli Rd, Pembroke, GA. (This is a private residence)

Directions and Other Information

From I-16W take Exit 137 for GA-119 toward Pembroke/Ft. Stewart. Turn left onto GA-119S. Go 3.7 miles and turn right onto IG Lanier Rd, go 2.5miles and turn left onto Ash Branch Rd, go 1mile and turn left onto Neal Rd, then right onto Eli Road, the road dead ends at the property. Drycamping at a private residence of a WIN, Susan Hutton.

GPS Coordinates

N32.17773,W81.61347Click on link to see Google Map


East Coast 2021

April 13, 2021 to August 8, 2021
Activity Ideas

This circuit will begin in Savannah, GA, the most southern location and will proceed north to Bangor, ME. Gatherings include the Outer Banks, Assateague, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, the Atlantic Boardwalk, NYC, and Acadia National Park with many others along the way. Activities may include biking, hiking, kayaking and siteseeing. The number of participants will need to be limited due to the number of sites available at most of the stops that are Moose or Elk Lodges, suggested 10 to 12 participants. Please note that several Federal campgrounds are included, and they all now require reservations to be made through Recreation.gov.
Circuit leader: Jennel Jones, 817-455-4911 jenelljones15@gmail.com
Space is very limited. Contact (email) Jenell if you plan on attending/staying at any of the Elk or Moose lodges. The lodges have already been contacted for reservations.

Parking Location
Directions and Other Information
GPS Coordinates

Click on link to see Google Map


COTTAGE GROVE, OR

September 13, 2021 to September 20, 2021
Activity Ideas

Cottage Grove is known as the covered bridge capital of Oregon with 6 covered bridges. Hike some of the areas most stunning waterfalls within 5 miles of each other and tour over 20 outdoor murals. Sip wine in the red barn Vineyards or grab a beer at Coast Fork Brewing. Hike behind a waterfall and swim in an aquamarine pool at Brice Creek. It is also a very bike friendly community.

THIS IS THE LAST STOP ON THIS CIRCUIT. THOSE THAT WANT TO CONTINUE CAN:
1. West Coast Circuit (Southern coast of Oregon and Northern coast of California before heading inland to pick up The Pinnacles National Park and ending at FOY

Parking Location

Pine Meadows Campground, 5 miles south of Cottage Grove on I-5 and London Road. NEED RESERVATIONS 1-541-942-5631, Reservations are available 6 months in advance, not before.

Directions and Other Information

This is an Army Corps of Engineers campground and you must make reservations. Tables, grills, water, toilets, showers, dump, beach, fish, boat launch, swimming. $22 per nite, $11 with senior pass.

GPS Coordinates

N43.700427,W123.056298Click on link to see Google Map


TOLEDO, OR

September 7, 2021 to September 12, 2021
Hosts

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

Activity Ideas

Toledo is located just inland from Newport Oregon, near South Beach, Silted, Eddyville and Otter Rock. The Oregon Coast Aquarium and the Hadfield Marine Science Centers should be on the must do list. Visit the sea lion caves, Siuslaw Interpretive Center, Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial Park, Oregon Coast Military Museum, Miller Park, Historic Old Town district, soaring dunes, take a bike ride, check out the tide pools and so much more.

Parking Location

Elks Toketee Illahee Park, 20590 Siletx Hwy, Siletz, Or. 97380. Dry camping on the Silwtz River. Gazebo with wood burning stove. This is a separate park from the Elks. $15 nite for members $25 for non-members. They have an overflow area that could accommodate a large group. Camp host 541-444-2733. Note they do a big event for Labor Day with a pig roast and a guided kayak trip down the river.

Directions and Other Information

From 101 south, take Hwy 229 at Kernville and follow it for approximately 20 miles. The park will be on your right just before going over the green iron bridge.

GPS Coordinates

N44.768133,W123.915552Click on link to see Google Map


TILLAMOOK, OR

August 25, 2021 to September 7, 2021
Hosts

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

Activity Ideas

Tillamook Cheese Factory, Blue Heron Cheese Factory, train ride to Bay City, scenic tour of lighthouses, Air Museum, kayak Nestucca River, farmers market in town, dancing and food at local bars, textile museum, Munsen Creek Water Falls, Forest Vendor, Labor Day Pot luck, hiking.

Parking Location

Elks RV Park, 9105 Hwy. 101, Tillamook, OR. 1/8th mile south of milepost 71, 5 miles south of Tillamook. We have the whole lower area being held for us for dry camping. There is a barbecue that we can use a big fire pit so bring/collect for wood.

Directions and Other Information

It is recommended that you make reservations as soon as possible if you want hookups. Call Park Hosts, Bob and Pat Burke for reservations at 503-842-4200. NO RESERVATIONS NEEDED FOR DRY CAMPING
Hwy 101, 5 miles South of Tillamook. 3/10 mile south of milepost 71 or 7/10 mile north of milepost 72, on east side of Hwy, Directional sign on west side of highway. Lots of dry camping on the grass areas. Host to call with approximate numbers as early as possible. This is a holiday weekend.

GPS Coordinates

N45.39034,W123.80297Click on link to see Google Map


ASTORIA, OR

August 21, 2021 to August 25, 2021
Hosts

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

Activity Ideas

Fort Clatsop National Park offers guided kayak trips on the river, call (503) 861-4425 to make reservations and for more information. There are also interpretative events at the Fort; movies; a guided river walk; visitors center; and, surrounding area to learn how The Corps of Discovery lived in 1805-6. Fort Stevens: wreck of the Peter Iredale, beach walks, wild life viewing, WWII military installation, views of the mouth of the Columbia. Cape Disappointment Lighthouse and Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center has the only items from The Corps of Discovery in this area; view of the mouth of the Columbia from the Washington side; north of Cape Disappointment is North Head Lighthouse open to public for tours; ship wreck. Seaside and Return of the Salt Makers: first person reenactment of the production of salt for The Corps of Discovery return trip. Astoria: farmers market on Sunday; Astoria Column; Columbia River Maritime Museum; Liberty Theater; Flavel House. A must see is the play “Shanghaied in Astoria”

Parking Location

Clatsop County Fair and Expo Center, 92937 Walluski Loop, Astoria, OR. This must be verified by the host or circuit leader prior to going there.

Directions and Other Information

Use address or GPS. Enter Gate 6, which is the 1st gate on the right of the road as you come in. You will see an admissions building for the Fair. The entire parking lot (minus the few demo derby cars) will be available for use! $20 for dry camping per nite. The fee needs to be collected by a WIN volunteer. Dump and water are available.

GPS Coordinates

N46.149856,W123.79232Click on link to see Google Map


OCEAN SHORES, WA

August 16, 2021 to August 21, 2021
Hosts

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

Activity Ideas

Rent scooters in town and ride on beach, wonderful walking paths and beaches, sunset supper and breakfast specials in Casino dining room, often music in Casino bar, dances and meals at local Elks in town (check schedule upon arrival)

Parking Location

Quinault Casino, 78 Washington 115, Ocean Shores, WA 98569.

Directions and Other Information

Go south on US 101 to Hoqiam, then right onto WA-109 for 18 miles. Then turn left onto SR-115. The Casino entrance is on the right in approximately 1 mile. When you reach the Casino, go to the very back of the parking lot to the left side for the entrance to the RV area. Check in at the Casino office.

GPS Coordinates

N47.040097,W124.170478Click on link to see Google Map


FORKS, WA

August 9, 2021 to August 16, 2021
Hosts

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

Activity Ideas

Take a day trip to Cape Flattery, the most northwestern point in the contiguous US, or the Hoh Rain Forest. The beaches near La Push are great for walking. Waterfall trail, kayak, biking, museum, Rialto beach, Neah Bay, Clallam Bay.

Parking Location

Elks Lodge#2524, Clyde Hampton Memorial RV Park, 941 Merchant Rd, Forks, WA 98331 (360) 374-2524

Directions and Other Information

From the north on Hwy 101, turn left on Calawah Blvd. Turn left on Merchant Rd. Boondock in the large grassy field next to the Lodge. $10 dry camp, $20 with hookups. The host will need to contact Dean at the Elks Lodge a couple of weeks prior to our stay to let him know approximately how many RVs there will be. The Clyde Hampton Memorial RV Park features 6 hook-ups
that serve 12 “back-in” spaces. Each has water/power and there is a sewer dump on site. They do not take reservations; sites are “first-come first-serve” with self-registration near the front door.

GPS Coordinates

N47.961838,W124.372775Click on link to see Google Map


SEQUIM, WA

August 1, 2021 to August 9, 2021
Hosts

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

Activity Ideas

Explore Olympic National Park; visit the Lavender Gardens, Port Angeles, Salt Creek Recreation Area, tidal pools and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Take a day trip on ferry to Victoria, BC. There is dancing on Sunday at the 21st Grange. There is a lot to see and do in this area.

Parking Location

Elks Lodge, 143 Port Williams Rd., Sequim, WA 98382 (360) 683-2763. 30 amp hook ups – $20. Large grassy area for dry camping.

Directions and Other Information

101 West to Sequim or 101 north then east into Sequim.
The host needs to contact the lodge two weeks in advance with numbers. (In 2019 we paid $6 for dry camping but we collected all the money and kept an accounting for the lodge) Host or Circuit Leader can negotiate price if large group. No dump at lodge but there is one at then Chevron Station on the corner of Bownie and Washington Streets on the East side of town.

GPS Coordinates

N48.095206,W123.098883Click on link to see Google Map


PUYALLUP, WA

July 26, 2021 to August 1, 2021
Hosts

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

Activity Ideas

Take on the Escape Room in Tacoma, visit the petting zoo at Old McDebbies Farm, ride the gondola at Gig Harbor, catch a performance at the Lakewood Playhouse, visit the Mandarin Stained Glass Gallery or wander through the Lakewold Gardens. Visit the large farmers market at the South Hill Mall. Take the train into Seattle Wa, visit the space needle, Chihuly Glass Garden, the fish market.

Parking Location

Puyallup Elks Lodge, 314 27th St NE, Puyallup, WA (253) 845-9515. $20 nite for 30 amp, $10 nite dry camping. Pool and showers ($6 for 7 people a day).

Directions and Other Information

Please check in with camp host before parking. Water and dump on east side of property. Pets up to 20 pounds. Restrooms and showers are open during normal business hours.

GPS Coordinates

N47.19441,W122.25911Click on link to see Google Map


NORTH CASCADES / NEWHALEM (OPTION 1), WA

July 25, 2021 to July 29, 2021
Hosts

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

Activity Ideas

This campground is near the Skagit River and Newhalem Creek. Kayaking, fishing, hiking, visit the waterfalls and the historic town of Newhalem. A must – 330 foot boardwalk through the woods and Ladder Creek Falls with its colored light show at night.

Parking Location

Newhalem Creek Campground, National Park. Must make RESERVATIONS, recreation.gov, Reservations open up December 10, 2020. recreation.gov, 1-877-444-6777 Tables, fire pits, dump station, potable water. $24 night, $12 with senior pass.

Directions and Other Information

South of SR 20 at MP 120. 14 miles east of Marblemount. Dump water, tables grill, toilets.

GPS Coordinates

N48.671013,W121.260874Click on link to see Google Map


NORTHERN CASCADES/WINTHROP, WA

July 21, 2021 to July 25, 2021
Hosts

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

Activity Ideas

Drive scenic Highway 20 through the Northern Cascades with many interesting stops along the way. While in the Winthrop area, check out Pearrygin Lake State Park, lots of hiking, biking and boating. Visit the Schaffer Historical Museum, Lost River Winery, Homestream Park, Big and Little Twin Lakes as starters. A must see is nearby Twisp which is known for their world class coffee, numerous excellent restaurants, offering quite a variety of food, quaint shops with local made items including craft brews. There are also mountain biking, golfing, fishing, and so much more.

Parking Location

Upper Bobcat Dispersed Camping. You will need to purchase a Washington State Discovery Park pass. The pass is $35 dollars for the year and can be purchased anyplace that fish and game license is available. Suggest you purchase it at the first possible place as we enter Washington. It is good for a full year from date of purchase and is good for entrance to Washington State parks, sno parks, trail heads, etc.

Directions and Other Information

Follow WA Highway 20 West to W. Chewuch Rd. And turn right, continue about another 12 miles to Upper Bobcat Public Access Road and turn right. Follow the Win signs. The host should get there the day before to verify there is enough room, etc and post signs.

GPS Coordinates

N48.6309,W120.1583Click on link to see Google Map


COLVILLE/ROOSELVELT LAKE, WA

July 18, 2021 to July 21, 2021
Hosts

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

Activity Ideas

Visit Dry Falls, Coulee Dam, (see the light Shows at night), Deep Lake, Dry Falls Lake, Umatilla Rock, Drive the Million Dollar Mile on HWY 155, visit Sullivan Lake for reflection. Discover the Ferry County Rail Trail – 28 miles of resurfaced pathway for non-motorized recreation, bikes, walking and running. Numerous lakes and rivers to explore with lots of hiking, fishing and boating. Look Moose, deer, elk and bald eagles. Fish for walleye, bass, rainbow trout, salmon and sturgeon.

Parking Location

Kettle Falls Campground Lake Rooselvelt, WA. NPS. MUST MAKE RESERVATIONS – RECREATION.GOV. $18 a nite or $9 with senior pass. 1008 Crest Drive, Coulee Dam WA. 99116

Directions and Other Information

Part of the Lake Rooselvelt National Recreation Area. Dump, potable water, trash, restrooms, picnic tables and fire rings. Please note this is campground is subject to closure due to Covid in the Indian Reservation adjacent to it.
North on US 395, turn left onto WA 25 south, . After about 1/2 mile turn right onto Old Kettle Road. At the bottom of the hill (4 way intersection), turn left onto Kettle Park Road / S Riverside Avenue. Turn right at the Kettle Falls Campground sign.

GPS Coordinates

N48.601910,W118.122560Click on link to see Google Map


HAYDEN LAKE / COEUR D’ALENE, ID

July 12, 2021 to July 20, 2021
Hosts

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

Activity Ideas

Take your bicycles to downtown Coeur d’Alene for a scenic ride to Harris Point on Lake Coeur d’Alene. Hike Tubbs Hill. Kayak and hike at Hayden Lake (English Point Yellow Loop trail is highly recommended). Take a walking tour of Couer d’Alene, including the floating boardwalk, and follow the trail of Mudgy the Moose. Visit the Seven Stars Alpaca Ranch. Be kids again at the Triple Play Family Fun Park Indoor Raptor Reef Water Park. For those with dogs McEuen Park and Dog Park is a lakeside park with recreation trails and an off-leash dog park for a fun romp. Listen to music in the evening at Hayden Lake City Park. Take a day trip to Farragut State Park to hike, swim in and around Lake Pend Orielle and visit the Naval Museum.

Parking Location

Hayden Lake Eagles Lodge, 1520 W Wyoming Ave, Hayden, ID 83835. $10 a nite dry camping for Eagle Members, $15 for non members. $20 night for electric for members and $25 a night for non members. Membership is $35 a year and is good at all the Eagles. This lodge is very active with Karaoke on Friday nights, taco night Wednesday, dinners.. There. Are maybe 6 available, the rest is dry camping. Plan on joining the Eagles as that membership is good at all Eagles.

Directions and Other Information

Turn left from US-95N onto W Wyoming Ave, in .7miles arrive at Hayden Lake Eagles. A few Electric hook ups

GPS Coordinates

N47.7723788,W116.8078114Click on link to see Google Map


GLACIER NATIONAL PARK / KALISPELL, MT

July 6, 2021 to July 12, 2021
Hosts

Kevin Rummelhart – 319-333-2638

Activity Ideas

Sightseeing throughout the park. This is an opportunity to see Grizzly Bears, Big Horn Sheep, Mountain Goats, Marmots, Columbia Ground Squirrels and maybe an elusive Moose. The rivers and lakes are spectacular, and the hiking opportunities are endless. Not to mention the glaciers, of course! Travel to Whitefish to souvenir shop, ride the zip line or barrel down the slope in an alpine sled. Walk the downtown area of Kalispell for some great Montana history, good food, great coffee, and the best ice cream ever!

Parking Location

Flathead County Fairgrounds, 265 N Merdian Rd., Kalispell, Mt. $20 a night for electric hookup. Water to fill holding tanks but not at hook ups. 12 outlets that have 30 amp, lots of 110 V outlets to use. All first come. Restrooms with showers. 1-406-758-5810. Host to contact contact fairgrounds about a month in advance with approximate numbers.

Directions and Other Information

Take US-93 N to S. Meridian Rd.

GPS Coordinates

N48.205613,W114.327502Click on link to see Google Map


MISSOULA, MT

June 28, 2021 to July 6, 2021
Hosts

Don Thull – 925-437-8857

Activity Ideas

Missoula has an incredible Farmers Market that is a must do. There is also a carousel, ice cream, the Aerial Fire Depot and the Smokejumper Center that you cant miss. Missoula is also home to the Osprey, a AAA baseball team, whose games are fun to attend. Visit Lolo Hot Springs, Travelers Rest Visitors Center, and kayak Bitterroot River and bike the many trails in Missoula and visit the Adventure Cycling Association in downtown. Rivers Edge in Alberton is a great place for the 4th on the river, fire works, pot luck plus restaurant food, music, hot dogs and hamburgers.

Parking Location

Speeds Towing, 4805 US Hwy 93S, Missoula, MT. David Speed. 406-529-780. Please have your money ready to pay for the whole time there at $5 per night. Need a person to collect the money and keep track on how long people are staying.

Directions and Other Information

Use address or GPS. $5/night for dry camping. Dump, water and propane are available at Bretz RV & Marine. A volunteer is needed to sign everyone in and collect the money for camping.

GPS Coordinates

N46.8267907,W114.0723200Click on link to see Google Map


YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK / WEST ENTRANCE – RED ROCK RD, ID.

June 17, 2021 to June 25, 2021
Hosts

Lisa Kohn – 615-688-6853 Don Beene – 817-269-7989

Activity Ideas

Explore and enjoy all the wonders that Yellowstone has to offer; there are too many to name. Visit Earthquake Lake, kayak in Hebgen Lake and on the Madison River, and lots of hiking near the campground as well.

Parking Location

Red Rock Rd, Id. Free. About 25 min to Entrance of Yellowstone, good cell.

Directions and Other Information

From Hwy. 20 turn West on Red Rock Road. Drive 1.9 miles to the coordinates on the left. When coming off Red Rock Road to destination, make sure to that you go in at an angle so you don’t scrape. Follow the WIN signs

GPS Coordinates

N44.58661,W111.36942Click on link to see Google Map


GRAND TETONS, WY

June 10, 2021 to June 17, 2021
Hosts

Greg Smith – 928-846-5921 space #72A

Activity Ideas

Lots of hiking, great bike trails, kayaking pristine lakes, wild life all over. Visit Jackson Hole, ride the gondolas.

Parking Location

Gros Ventre (pronounced Gro Vant) Forest Service Campground, 100 Gros Ventre Campground Road, Kelly, WY 83011, (307) 739-3300. Effective January 26, 2021, this campground will change to the reservation system with recreation.gov. MUST MAKE RESERVATIONS.

Directions and Other Information

From Moran, take US Hwy 26W, go 23 miles, at the traffic circle take the 3rd exit onto Gros Ventre Rd, go 4.6 miles and turn right onto Gros Ventre CG Rd. Try for last loop to left. Dump & water available. $29 or $14.50 with Senior Pass per night for dry camping.
Alternate parking location for those that did not get into Gros Ventre, Shadow Mountain, Kelly WY. OFF 191 FIRST COME FIRST SERVED N43.705438,W110.619368

GPS Coordinates

N43.6155,W110.6656Click on link to see Google Map


KEMMERER, WY

June 7, 2021 to June 10, 2021
Hosts

Alvin McCoy – 830-708-9284 Pat Shaw – 512-442-542

Activity Ideas

Visit the Fossil Butte National Monument for hiking and ranger led geology talks, take the Pilot Butte Wild Horse Scenic Loop drive, visit the Natural History Museum or the City of Rock Springs Museum, take a drive to see the White Mountain Petroglyphs and on your way you will see the Boars Tusk, and visit Adobe Town to see strange rock formations.

Parking Location

Fontenelle Creek Recreation Area, $7 per night, or $3.50 with senior pass, water, dump station, garbage. The lower loop has larger spaces than the upper loop.

Directions and Other Information

There is a public swimming pool at the Rock Springs Family Recreation Center.

GPS Coordinates

N42.077686,W110.154307Click on link to see Google Map


VERNAL / DINOSAUR, UT

June 3, 2021 to June 7, 2021
Hosts

Chris Christianson – 210-363-4450; Co Host – Denise Inight – 505-550-4417

Activity Ideas

Enjoy a Ranger guided tour of the Dinosaur Quarry, take a self-guided auto tour through the park, Cub Creek and Split Mountain offer hiking trails, ancient petroglyphs and pictographs, and homesteader cabins, drive up the Harpers Corner Road to explore the Colorado portion of this National Monument (4X4 only after Echo Park Road).

Parking Location

Outlaw Trail RV Park Campground, 9650 East 6000 South, Jensen, Utah. 84035. On Highway 40 in Jensen across from the Utah State Visitors Center. DRY Camp, special price, $6 a night, water, dump, showers, laundry. NOTE this is a new location, the original location was Green River Campground/Dinosaur National Monument. Some may still be there, but meetings, etc. will be at Outlaw.

Directions and Other Information

We have a separate area, suggest someone be in charge of parking and we need someone to collect the money due on the first day. Please come prepared to pay the $6 fee for the 4 nights in cash on the first day.

GPS Coordinates

N40.369754,W109.343653Click on link to see Google Map


ARCHES NATIONAL PARK / CANYONLANDS NATIONAL PARK, UT

May 24, 2021 to June 3, 2021
Hosts

Karen VanVliet – 518-369-2738 Co Host – Denny Phillips – 719-499-4148

Activity Ideas

There are many hiking and mountain biking opportunities in this area. Take a scenic drive; catch the amazing colors of the Southwestern sunrises and sunsets. Go 4-wheeling. Kayak or tube the Colorado River. Visit Arches, Canyonlands, The Needles, and Moab. Note: you are at this location over Memorial Day weekend. Perfect for a burn your own.

Parking Location

Dalton Wells Road

Directions and Other Information

Continue north on Highway 191 for 11 miles to Dalton Wells Road, turn right and follow the dirt road in for about one mile, take the second road to the left and park wherever you want. There are several places in Moab for dump and water.

GPS Coordinates

N38.71700,W109.69328Click on link to see Google Map


TORREY, UT

May 19, 2021 to May 24, 2021
Hosts

Nancy Holmes – 208-630-4908

Activity Ideas

Visit Capitol Reef National Park and discover the Waterpocket Fold, and other hidden treasures. There are fifteen day hiking trails, from easy strolls to strenuous hikes. Park Staff offer a variety of interpretive programs and hikes. Buy locally-baked fruit pies and homemade ice cream at The Gifford House store and museum, and if you get there early enough in the day they have killer cinnamon rolls.

Parking Location

1280 West Beas Lewis Flat Road, Torrey, UT. This is a hilly area and host should get there a day before to pick out parking areas. Go Slow and those that run their generators should park a bit of a distance from the group as a courtesy.

Directions and Other Information

These are the directions from Bryce. There are actually 3 routes and everyone needs to decide for themselves which is the better route for them. Here are the 2 better routes. The GPS will be very helpful.
One route takes you along Hwy 12, which is very scenic, but curvy, steep in parts and may have some construction. Look for the sign for 1280 West Bees Lewis Flat Road. This is a dirt road on the right coming from UT-24 East, follow the WIN signs.
The other route take you out and around using UT-89 and UT- 62. This route take less time but is more mileage. The turn off to 1280 West Bees Lewis Flat Road is at N38.2984268,W111.3931856

GPS Coordinates

N38.2980564,W111.3841259Click on link to see Google Map


BRYCE, UT

May 12, 2021 to May 19, 2021
Hosts

Dave Bloom – 805-708-4870

Activity Ideas

Hiking, Biking, 4 wheeling. Leave your car in the public parking area across from Rubys Inn and ride the free shuttle into the park. They stop at a number of locations about every hour or so; so you can get off and hike a trail and then get back on the shuttle and go to another location. The Rainbow bus is not running. There are too many hiking opportunities to list, as well as a 6.2 mile shared use trail, that accommodates bicycles, pedestrians, dogs, etc. There are also a number of hiking trails in the nearby and beautiful Red Canyon. Four wheeling opportunities abound in this area, as well as scenic drives. Go horseback riding.

Parking Location

Rubys Inn Campground, Highway 63, Bryce, Utah 84764 laundry, dump, water, restroom, showers, outdoor heated pool. $10 a night dry camping. 300 Main Street

Directions and Other Information

89 north, right turn onto Utah-12, Right turn Utah-63, turn right FR 3655 Look for Win Signs, Group area 9

GPS Coordinates

N37.6684,W112.1585Click on link to see Google Map