Circuit Leader – Needed
Contact Adrienne Leibowitz at 805-458-2206 or firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer to lead this circuit or to host a stop.
The 2020/21Western Winter Circuit begins with the WIN All Singles Gathering at the Fountain of Youth (FOY) Spa and RV Resort in Niland, CA. The circuit will include our annual visits to Borrego Springs for Thanksgiving, Yuma for the Holidays and Quartzsite for the Big Tent RV Show in the last half of January. Other gathering stops can be added or changed based on feedback provided from WIN members. Hosts are needed for the gatherings, please email or call Adrienne Leibowitz to provide any feedback and to indicate where you would like to host.
The Winter circuit goes through and around Arizonia, parts of California and finishes in Panguitch Utah on May 11th. Please note that stops may change, cancel or be added due to the uncertainties with Covid. Some of the places may close and others may open up. Some we don’t have information on yet. For instance, the Gila Bend Elks is not open but they may let us park there. If not, the stop at Why can be extended. Many of the Elks that are listed have said OK to parking even if they are closed, while some are open and look forward to us getting there. Unfortunately some may close. All we know for sure is that things will change, but we are WINs and we can all handle that.
Reminder, individuals need to make their own reservations at the Havasu Elks 60 days prior if you want hook ups, ($30 nite) February 5th – 11th
Contact information for Adrienne is email@example.com or by phone/text 805-458-2206.
Joanne Hansen – 970-376-3012
Hiking, fishing, Elks activities, biking and boating at Green Valley Lake. Take a day trip along top edge of Mogollon Rim on Control Road 64 and travel east to Tonto Village and then back to Payson.
Elks Lodge, 1206 N Beeline Hwy, Payson, AZ
From Roosevelt Lake take Hwy 188 and Beeline Hwy north into Payson. Stay on Beeline Hwy and at north end of town turn left on W Airport Rd. Elks Lodge on left. Call Camp Host, Joe Hannum 928-951-2036, prior to arrival to advise of dates, etc. $10 dry camp.
N34.256705,W111.324395 – Click on link to see Google Map
Margaret Murray (970) 214-4943
Get your RV serviced with parts at a 10% discount. There will be kayaking at Watson Lake, and lots of hiking. We will visit the historic Prescott town square and old bars and buildings in the area. Little Dealer will give us seminars on RV maintenance or financing, and many other perks of parking here. NOTE: no early arrivals or staying late.
Little Dealer Little Prices RV, 2757 N. Truwood Dr, Prescott Valley, AZ. Note no early arrivals or staying later then posted. USE SECOND GATE, WATER, DUMP AND PROPANE ARE RIGHT THERE AS YOU ENTER IN THE SECOND GATE.
Use address or GPS:. Water and dump available. Free parking, meeting room available. No hookups. Get your mail at either the Dewey post office or the Prescott post office.
N34.582558,W112.310615 – Click on link to see Google Map
Kevin Rummelhart – 319-333-2638
Grand Canyon National Park, in Arizona, is home to much of the immense Grand Canyon, with its layered bands of red rock revealing millions of years of geological history. Viewpoints include Mather Point, Yavapai Observation Station and architect Mary Colters Lookout Studio and her Desert View Watchtower. Lipan Point, with wide views of the canyon and Colorado River, is a popular, especially at sunrise and sunset..
Williams Arizona Forest Service Dispersed, pull offs on any Forest Road at least quarter mile from Hwy 180/64. Free, All year, 50 foot max RV length, 6520 ft elevation, excepts big rigs, trail, hike.
Take 89 North to 40 East, to 64 North to fire road 688. The host should get there the day before to select an area to park and post signs
N35.92670,W112.12893 – Click on link to see Google Map
Kayaking, Antelope Canyon (need reservations), Glen Canyon Dam, John Wesley Powell Museum. Please note, due to Covid many tours have been cancelled.
Lone Rock Campground
Take Hwy 89 north and east. When it splits to 89A, stay on 89 to Page. Utah is one hour ahead of Arizona.
N37.020011,W111.539688 – Click on link to see Google Map
Zion National Park, Bryce National Park, Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Kanab, Dance Hall Cave, Coral Pink Sand Dunes National Park, hiking, biking. Zion has incredible hikes but some may be limited to the number of people or closed due to Covid restrictions The Wave is probably the most incredible hike you will ever take but you have to go to Kanab Center Gym located at 180 E. 100 N, along the back east of the building the day before and sign up for the lottery between 8:30 AM and 9 AM. 16 people will be awarded permits each day. Only 1 person from each group is allowed enter the building to fill out the form and they must be masked. The lottery takes place at 9AM. If a group wins the lottery, they may enter the building with masks for orientation. (Do not park in front of the building as you could be towed off. White Pockets is also fabulous place to hike but your also need reservations and a permit. There are usually less people trying to get out there as it a long 4 wheel drive to get there with deep sand.
Gravel pit off of Hwy 89. Free dispersed. Note this is a new gravel pit. Host should definitely get there the day before to scout the area and post signs as to the best way to enter the area.
Off of US 89 south of the gravel pit we stayed at before. A little rough in place so go slow. Host should go in the day before to pick out an area and post signs. Turn off of Hwy 89 at N37.20778,W112.68423
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