Bertie Wehr (602) 793-7155 Bertie@att.net
Petersburg National Battlefield, plantations, coal mine, Colonial National Historical Park, Blandford church.
Moose Lodge, 4701 Western Street, Hopewell, VA 804 458-1755
Use street address or GPS coordinates
N37.265807, W77.325591 – Click on link to see Google Map
Donna Backus (743) 476-3788
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, Hollywood Cemetary
Lakeside Moose Lodge #1714, 1207 Hillard Road
See Parking Location or GPS Coordinates
N37.61733, W77.45836 – Click on link to see Google Map
Rich Peterson (520) 238-1013
Civil War Battlefields, Historic Fredericksburg, Mount Vernon
Elks Lodge 11309 Tidewater Trail
from I-95 exit 130, East on SR-3/ Plank Road (becomes Blue & Gray Pkwy)
2.6 miles, South on SR-2/Sr-17/ Dixon St (becomes Tidewater Trail) 2.3 miles to lodge on left/East.
N38.26710, W77.44260 – Click on link to see Google Map
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, US Naval Academy,
Greenbelt National Park 6565 Greenbelt Road
Greenbelt National Park 6565 Greenbelt Road
N38.995423, W76.894856 – Click on link to see Google Map
Randy Doland Registrar: Phil Cafferty
Longwood Gardens, Brandywine Battlefield, and Historic Sugartown
Moose Lodge, 1200 Airport Rd, Coatesville, PA 19320, (610) 857-8227
N39.990233, W75.872691 – Click on link to see Google Map
Phil Cafferty Registrar: Jan Marone:
Atlantic City, Historical Society’s Roundhouse Museum, German Community
Elks Lodge, 1815 Somers Point Rd, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234, (609) 927-0295
N39.31553, W74.63200 – Click on link to see Google Map
Jan Marone 928.210-8122
Downtown Water Tour, Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Brooklyn Bridge
Elks Lodge , 523 Kinderkamack Rd, Westwood, NJ 07675.
N40.9990294, W74.0336341 – Click on link to see Google Map
Diane Boor 303.681.4792
The Submarine Force Museum, Avery Point Lighthouse, Fort Griswold Battlefield State Park, and Poquonnock River Walkway.
Elks Lodge, 700 Shennecossett Rd, Groton, CT 06340, (860) 445-2163
N 41.327526, W72.058816 – Click on link to see Google Map
Bertie Wehr 602.793.7155
Cape Cod, Cape Cod Canal Bike Path, Ferry to Martha’s Vinyard, Plymouth, Sandwich Glass Museum.
Elks Lodge, 2855 Cranberry Hwy, East Wareham, MA 02538
41.765929, -70.758358 – Click on link to see Google Map
Donna Backus 734.476.3788
Old North Church, Breeds Hill (Bunker Hill), walk through Old Town Boston, historical sights in Lexington and Concord.
Wakefield Elks Lodge, 63 Bay State Road, Lynnfield, MA 01880
N42.5277052, W71.0710120 – Click on link to see Google Map
Carol Behnken (813) 389-0994
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 & 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.
Elks Lodge, 210 Rankin St, Rockland, ME
Ellsworth, ME (center of town – no parking location yet) to Rockland Elks, 210 Rankin St, Rockland ME: 65 miles. Start in SW direction on Main St/US1South/ME3 toward Grant St – .2 mi; right at fork onto US1South/ME3 – 18.9 mi; left onto Rt 1/US1South/ME3 – 40.5 mi to follow US1 South; right onto Rockville St – .07 mi; 1st left to stay on Rockville St – 1.6 mi; left onto Rockland St/ME17 & follow ME 17 – 2.4 mi; right onto Old County Rd – .7 mi; take third left onto Rankin St – .2 mi. Elks lodge on right.
Dump station: Rockland wastewater treatment plant, – no water
N44.114687, W69.12545 – Click on link to see Google Map
Bertie Wehr/ Jan Marone ? Registrar: Diana Tolerico
Timber Tina’s Great Maine Lumberjack Show, Downeast Scenic Railroad, Big Chicken Barn.
Elks Lodge, 317 High St.
N44.525855, W68.400371 – Click on link to see Google Map
Cole Land Transportation Museum, Paul Bunyan Statue, Penobscot Theatre Company
Elks Lodge, 108 Odlin Rd, Bangor, ME 04401, (207) 942-6977
N44.79550, W68.80615 – Click on link to see Google Map
Chutters, Riverwalk Covered Bridge, Littleton Grist Mill, Fiddleheads, The Little Village Toy and Book Shop, Littleton Coin Company.
Elks Lodge, Route 302 Bethleham Rd
N44.298016, W71.767163 – Click on link to see Google Map
Port Kent, NY, Lake Champlain, Church Street Marketplace, Burlington Bike Path, Segway Tours, Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Beer Tastings & Tours, ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center – Leahy Center for Lake Champlain, Queen City Brewery.
Elks Lodge, 925 North Ave, 802-862-1342
N44.50193, W73.24055 – Click on link to see Google Map
Adirondack Carousel, Saranac Lake, St. Regis Canoe Outfitters, Saranac Laboratory Museum, Robert Louis Stevenson Cottage and Museum, Pendragon Theatre, Goody Goody’s, Blue Line Brewery, Adirondack Scenic Railroad, The Waterhole, BluSeed Studios, Bartok Cabin, Captain Cook’s Bar & Grill.
Parking Location: Moose Lodge, 176 Broadway St.
N44.331325, W74.136531 – Click on link to see Google Map
Bertie Wehr/Carol Behnken (813) 389-0994)
Walks through historic town, “Queen of the Erie Canal”; bicycle/paddle along Erie Canal; explore Canandaigua, Geneva and area; Watkins Glen SP, 1009 N Franklin St, Watkins Glen 607-535-4511 (drive along Seneca Lake, about 60 milesles from Palmyra – parking charge only – great hike into gorge to view waterfalls) possible wine tasting at vineyard on return trip; George Eastman House, 900 East Ave, Rochester 585-271-3361 age 62, $12; Sonnenberg Gardens/Mansion, 151 Charlotte St, Canandaigua 585-394-4922 ($); NY Wine & Culinary Ctr, 800 S Main St, Canandaigua 585-394-7070; Canandaigua City Pier – boat ride, tour boathouse docks; Rochester Museum & Sci Ctr, 657 East Ave, Rochester 585-271-4320 ($12); Susan B Anthony Museum/House, 17 Madison St, Rochester 585-235-6124 ($8); Granger Homestead & Carriage Museum, 295 N Main St, Canandaigua 585-394-1472 ($5)
Moose Lodge, 3808 State Highway 31, Palmyra, NY 14522, (315) 597-6046
From Lockport Elks lodge, take 1st right. onto Day Rd – .7 miles; 2d left onto Chestnut Ridge Rd/NY31 – 7.0 miles; right onto Lewiston Rd/NY77 – 8.3 miles; right onto Allegheny Rd/NY63/NY77, continue to follow Allegheny Rd/NY77 – 6.6 milesles; I-90 E (portions toll) 61.2 miles; take NY21/exit 43 toward Palmyra/Manchester – .5 miles; keep left and turn left onto NY 21/Main St and continue on NY 21 – 6.2 miles; right onto E Main St/NY31/NY21 & continue to follow NY31 – 1.8 miles to destination.
Dump station: Canandaigua , Waster Water, 183 Saltonstall St, Canandaigua – 16 miles. (approx. 8 milesles of distance on the way out of town to next stop) – free
N43.06066, W77.19790 – Click on link to see Google Map
Adirondack River Rafting, Burrville Cider Mill, New York State Zoo, The Paddock Club, visit the Nautical Turtle Tavern or Crazy Legs Saloon.
Elks Lodge, 728 Bradley St., Ogdenburg,NY
N43.987423, W75.915064 – Click on link to see Google Map
Niawanda Park, Historical Society of the Tonawandas Museum, Adventure Landing, Waterbike Adventures, The Ellicott Creek Playhouse.
Moose Lodge, 75 Washington St, North Tanawanda
N43.051568, W78.888532 – Click on link to see Google Map
Elks Lodge, 523 Kinderkamack Rd, Westwood, NJ 07675 (201) 666-1562
N40.9990294, W74.0336341 – Click on link to see Google Map
Great lake for kayaking, visit Taos, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Angel Fire, hiking in Cimarron canyon, July 4th parade in Eagle Nest, fireworks over lake.
Lakeview CG at Eagle Nest State Park, 42 Marina Way.
Take Hwy 285 southeast toward Espanola. Head north on Hwy 68 to Taos. Take Hwy 522 toward Questa/Red River and on to Eagle Nest. Turn right onto Hwy 64, left on Marina Way. Go past boat ramp to campground. May not be a dump at this park (they were still working on building one), but there is water and toilets.
N36.53464, W105.26481 – Click on link to see Google Map
Deannie Benge 972-989-2139 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit Santa Fe and all the great things to do here.
Elks Lodge, 1615 Old Pecos Trail.
From I-25 take Exit 284 (Old Pecos Trail), bear right at junction with 466. Continue about 1 mile. Driveway to Elks is hard to see on right, small sign. Park behind lodge in field. Donation.
N35.66008, W105.93855 – Click on link to see Google Map
Ft. Union, Las Vegas Museum and Rough Riders Memorial Collection, kayak and hike of course.
South Loop CG at Storrie Lake State Park, Hwy 518, Mile Marker 3.5, Las Vegas, NM 87701. 505-425-7278
Head south on I-25 . Take 3rd Las Vegas exit and go west to Hwy 518, north to park on left. Dry camping just behind office has shelters, hookup area is to left.
N35.65881, W105.23322 – Click on link to see Google Map
Blue Hole, Rock Lake State Fish Hatchery, Puerto de Luna.
Rocky Point CG at Santa Rosa Lake State Park, NM Hwy. 91, Santa Rosa, NM 88435 575-472-3110
From I-40, Exit 277, go west through town to Hwy 91, go right, follow about 9 miles, cross dam, continue to Rocky Point campground. Loop A is electric, loop B is non- electric.
N35.03567, W104.68822 – Click on link to see Google Map
Visit North American Wind Research and Training Center where students learn wind turbines in all aspects. Go into actual wind mill. Take trip to Ute Lake.
Elks Lodge, 2118 S Adams St.
From I-40 Exit 334, go north on Hwy 209 to Robison Ave., go right, park to left and rear of lodge.
N35.15892, W103.72234 – Click on link to see Google Map
Grave of Billy the Kid, Navajo Memorial commemorates the forced “Long Walk” of the 1860’s. Lots of bird life.
Mesquite CG or Pecos CG at Sumner Lake State Park (Pecos Mesquite), 32 Lakeview Lane, Sumner Lake, NM 88119. 575-355-2541
Take Hwy 60 west to Ft. Sumner. From town of Ft. Sumner, go north on Hwy 84 about 10 miles. West on NM 203 for 6 miles. Try to park in lot North of boat ramp on west side of lake.
N34.61520, W104.37659 – Click on link to see Google Map
Blackwater Archeological Museum, plus dig site. Alpaca farm, Daley windmill museum, Buddy Holly Museum in Clovis
Hide-A-Way non elec, or Indian Grass elec at Oasis State Park, 1891 Oasis Road, Portales, NM 88130 575-356-5331
6 miles North of Portales on NM-467, left at signs for park. There are some dry sites in campground or park in overflow area. Check in at office.
N34.25900, W103.35036 – Click on link to see Google Map
Mark Cotter 818-468-3968 email@example.com
Cinco de Mayo.(Old Timer’s Balloon Rally, May 6-8, 2016).
Bottomless Lakes State Park, 545 A Bottomless Lakes Rd., Roswell, NM 88201. 575-624-6058
From Rowell, continue east on NM 380 about 7 miles, go south on NM 409. Park in day use area on west side of lake.
N33.31889, W104.332219 – Click on link to see Google Map
Carlsbad Caverns, perhaps Guadalupe National Park in Texas.
Escapees park in Lakewood, NM
Located approximately 20 miles North of Carlsbad, NM at Mile Marker 55 on US 285 (14 miles south of Artesia, NM) Turn East on CR 31 (which this map calls 381). SKP Ranch Road is 1 1/4 miles east of US 285.
N32.637998, W104.382336 – Click on link to see Google Map
UFO Museum, International Law Enforcement Academy, Double Eagle Ranch (home of 2009 Kentucky Derby winner Mine That Bird), Spring River Park and free Zoo
Bottomless Lakes State Park, 545 Bottomless Lakes Rd, Roswell, NM 88201 575-624-6058
Head north on Hwy 18 to intersection with NM-82/206. Go north on 206 to NM-380 east toward Roswell. Park is 6 miles before Roswell. Look for brown sign announcing Bottomless Lake State Park. Turn left on Hwy 409-6 miles. Park in day use area on west side of lake.
N33.31889, W104.332219 – Click on link to see Google Map
Hubbard Museum of the American West (aka Museum of the Horse), drive to Lincoln, area of the Lincoln County Wars, nice museums there.
Vacant parking lot
From Hwy 70, turn left on Indian Service Road 4, turn left into vacant parking lot east of Mescalero Big Game. Free .
N33.28405, W105.70280 – Click on link to see Google Map
Trinity Site where the first atomic bomb was tested is open to the public only on April 2 this year. International Space Hall of Fame, White Sands National Monument, Toy Train Museum, Cloudcroft, Pistachio Tree Ranch tour, luscious banana splits in town.
Moose Lodge, 1629 S. Florida Ave. 575-437-3662
The directions to the next stop after this should read: Go south on I-25 to I-70 east, right on 1st Street, right on Florida, About 1 mile to lodge on left. Park in the field just before the lodge.
N32.86900, W105.95078 – Click on link to see Google Map
Carolyn Baird 208-733-2058 firstname.lastname@example.org
To be determined by host.
Elks Lodge, 3000 Elk Dr., Las Cruces, N.M
Use GPS Coordinates
N32.345031, W106.777277 – Click on link to see Google Map
Horse racing at track Fri-Sat-Sun-Mon, US Army Air Defense Artillery and Fort Bliss Museum, National Border Patrol Museum, Wyler Aerial Tram, Alligator Park, Rosie’s Cantino, hiking at Thousand Steps Trail, War Eagles War Museum, Mission Trails, Wet n’ Wild Water Park (if warm enough), Railroad and Transportation Museum.
Sunland Park Race Track and Casino, Sunland Park, NM.
Park in dry camp area, check in with security.
N31.80636, W106.56255 – Click on link to see Google Map
Park and local museums capture the history of the Pancho Villa raid into the U.S., visit Palomas, MX for lunch at the Pink Store.
Pancho Villa State Park.
From Deming S on Hwy 11 toward Columbus, right on Hwy 9, left into park.
N31.82458, W107.64128 – Click on link to see Google Map
Good Mexican restaurants in town, visit historic town of Columbus that Poncho Villa attacked. Visit Palomas, Mexico for lunch at the Pink Store.
Poncho Villa NM State Park 400 West Hwy 9, Columbus NM. This will be our first state park and we can buy our state park pass here that we will use the rest of our circuit while in NM.
I-10 east toward Deming NM. Take exit 82A/W Cedar Ave to SR26/N Gold Ave, turn right on South SR 11/south Gold Ave
N31.827467, W107.641800 – Click on link to see Google Map
Cochise Stronghold, Ft. Bowie, Chiricahuas, Marty Robbins and Rex Allen museums.
Elks Lodge, 247 E. Stewart Ave.
I-10 to Rex Allen, right to Haskill, left on Stewart, cross RR tracks, lodge on left.
N32.25253, W109.82672 – Click on link to see Google Map
KAREN AND DAN……Call 909-228-1757 for Dan or 661-301-7253 for Karen
From Lehi we will visit close by Salt Lake City to check out places like: Red Butte Garden, the Capitol Building, Beehive House, National Pony Express Monument, National Historical Museum, Temple Square and the Tabernacle, drive through Cottonwood Canyon.
Cabelas, 5202 Cabelas Blvd. Lehi, UT
From Provo exit 284, turn right on W 11000 N. (Hwy 92), get into left lane for a turn onto North Frontage Rd, continue to Cabelas Blvd and turn right at end of the street. Turns left and go up the hill to Cabelas parking lot.
N 40.43887 W 111.89306 – Click on link to see Google Map
Mary Bierbaun 720-425-0417
PART TWO is limited to 10 RVs so if you wish to go on PART TWO, call Mary Bierbaum by MAY 1st. 720-425-0417. The reason for the limitation is due to availability of overnight parking in Canada.
We will start in Glacier National Park, cross the border into British Columbia on US-93, and wander through Canada at our leisure visiting wonderful places and seeing grand sights. We will visit some National Parks in Canada like Banff, Lake Louise and more.
Mary Bierbaun 720-425-0417
DAILY CURRENCY CONVERTER: http://www.bankofcanada.ca/rates/exchange/daily-converter/
Type in the amount of US$ and it converts to CAN$.
Example: On 23 April 2015, 100.00 U.S. dollar(s) = 121.47 Canadian Dollar(s), at an exchange rate of 1.2147.
PART ONE is open to all WIN’S. Rendezvous at Colter Bay RV Village, Grand Teton National Park, on June 1st.
Tentative Stops: Yellowstone, several stops in Montana, Glacier National Park.
PART ONE ends in Glacier National Park. From Glacier NP those not going to Canada can create a Sundowner going any direction.
N43.905591, W110.641084 – Click on link to see Google Map
Our last stop in Canada and still so much to see: Bridal Veil Falls, hot springs, hike Othello tunnels, Hells Gate Air-Tram, Westminster Abbey, First Nations Heritage Site, view bald eagles along Fraser River, and more. PARKING LOCATION: Agassiz Fairgrounds, 6800 Pioneer Ave, Agassiz, BC
From Lytton, BC go S on PH 1 (Trans Canada Highway). Turn left onto PH 7 (Loughweed Highway). Turn left onto Evergreen Dr. (PH 9). Turn right on Pioneer Ave. Pioneer Ave makes a right turn. Parking is on the left. Dump and water available. Price TBD. Reservations at Agassiz fairgrounds should be made for August 21-27–leaving the 27th. If you haven’t made reservations yet the phone number there is 604-796-8891.
N49.23978,W121.77345 – Click on link to see Google Map
Cutting a treacherous path through jagged mountains, the Frasier River has created one of the finest river canyon landscapes in the world. Hiking, geocaching, white water rafting, Hell’s Gate Air-Tram over a flow of water twice the volume of Niagara Falls. Many outdoor activities with gorgeous scenery.
Skihist Provincial Park, CAN Hwy 1
3 miles or 6 km E of Lytton on CAN Hwy 1. Dump & water available $5 (CAN). Camping fee $21 (CAN) per night. Expect to pay cash for fees.
N50.252329, W121.510954 – Click on link to see Google Map
Kayaking – Lakes in the area, hiking, bike trails, Arts and Craft Show in Memorial Hall weekend.
Clinton, BC Canada
From HWY, 97 coming from the north-heading south, Turn right onto Kelly Lake Rd. At the Y–blue metal bldg on right before the Y–as soon as you turn you’ll see the police station on the right. Slight left onto Elliott Park Way. (Your 2nd left is approx. 1km) is is a large green area for parking.
Coordinates are to Elliot Park and not the gathering location!
N51.086896, W121.599968 – Click on link to see Google Map
Dee and John Sullivan, 7154 Gossett Rd, Lone Butte, BC
We are invited to WIN Kay Henderson’s sister’s home on Bridge Lake. Take Hwy 24 to North Shore Rd. Go halfway around the lake to Gossett Rd. Phone number 250-593-4547. Look for signs.
N51.537122, W120.685391 – Click on link to see Google Map
Provincial Park, waterfalls, lakes, rivers, etc. To keep you active, horseback riding, fishing, kayaking, tour of logging mill and more.
From Jasper, Hwy 16 to Tete Jaune Cache then S on Hwy 5 (Yellowhead Hwy) to Blue River, Avola and Clearwater area. Camping cost to be determined.
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Maligne Lake boat tour, Medicine Lake, Athabasca Falls & Sunwapta Falls, Mount Edith Cavell, Jasper Sky Tram, Snow Dome Coffee Bar.
Whistlers Campground, Jasper National Park, AB. You are responsible for making your own reservation. They can be made starting April 2nd after 8 a.m. 1-877-737-3783.
From Jasper take CAN Hwy 93 S. Showers, dump station & water on site. Fees $30 CAN and up per night.
N52.850514, W118.077528 – Click on link to see Google Map
Museum, ice fields, local lakes and hiking.
Columbia Icefields Visitor Center
From Lake Louise take Canada Highway 1 West to Alberta Highway 93. Continue North on Hwy 93 to the Columbia Visitor Center.
52.219749, -117.228250 – Click on link to see Google Map
Hike to the Tea House, visit the Lodge, sightsee around the area.
Lake Louise Trailer Campground, Fairview Rd, Lake Louise NP. You are responsible for making your own reservation. They can be made starting April 2nd after 8:00 am. 1-877-737-3783
Travel W on Trans Canada Hwy 1 to park entrance. Entrance fee $8.30 CAN. Continue to Fairview Dr and turn left. Follow Fairview Dr to campground. Camping fee $32.50 CAN per night with hookups
N51.417191, W116.173445 – Click on link to see Google Map
Mark Cotter and Christie Young
Gondola to highest restaurant in Canada, fishing, golf, hiking, rafting.
Golden Golf Club RV Park, 576 Golf Course Drive, Golden, BC toll free 866-727-7222.
From Invermere, take Hwy 93/95 N to Golden. Turn left onto 7th St N and
follow for 2.5 km; it becomes Kicking Horse Trail. Turn right onto Golf Course Dr for 2.5 km. RV Park is on the right. Campsites have electric and water. Cost is $15 CAN per night, taxes included. 16 sites have been set aside for our use. Pay in office when you arrive. Free dump/water at Reddi Mart and Laundromat at 625 10th Ave N.
N51.331389, W117.00944 – Click on link to see Google Map
Shop Invermere and Windermere, great shopping villages. See salmon spawn at the Columbia River headwater. Kayak on Columbia Lake. Visit, bike or hike in Kootenay NP. Visit Radium Hot Springs N of Invermere, or Fairmont Hot Springs S of Windermere. Several golf courses closeby. Visit nearby Provincial Parks. See elk, deer, goat, big horn sheep and we may be surprised with bear, moose, coyote and wolf.
Redstreak Campground, 7500 Redstreak Campground Rd., Radium Hotsprings, BC (Kotenay National Park. 250-347-9505
From Cranbrook, take Hwy. 93 N which turns into Hwy. 93/95 N to Radium Hot Springs. Turn right onto Redstreak Road which turns into Redstreak Park Road. Located 2.5 km above the village of Radium Hot Springs. The village of Radium, BC and the entrance to Redstreak Campground are located 16 km N of the town of Invermere and 105 km S of Golden, BC. It is located at the junction of Highway 95 and Highway 93 in the Columbia River Valley between the Columbia River and Kootenay NP. Campsite choices are no h/u ($27.40), electric ($32.30), and full h/u ($38.20). Must call ASAP to make your toll free reservation at 877-737-3783. If you choose a site with a firepit, an extra cost of $8.80 per day is charged for a mandatory firepit permit (wood included) regardless if you have a fire or not. Also a Parks Canada Discovery Pass (good for 12 months) is required for all visitors to the park ($67.70 age 64 and under, $57.90 age 65 and over) that permits visitors unlimited access to 27 national parks and 77 national historic sites. Passes can be purchased on line or at participating locations upon arrival.
N50.624886, W116.060032 – Click on link to see Google Map