2013 RALLY SCHEDULE — CUATRO ESTADOS — Chapter of FMCA
Dates are arrival and departure dates. Please pay attention to required reservation dates on others as specified.
Jan. 17-25 — Quartzsite, AZ, Plomosa Road BLM free area (5 ½ mi no of town), dry camping, no reservations. Rallymasters: Edith & Ed Osburn, firstname.lastname@example.org
Feb. 7-13 — Borrego Springs, CA, Anza Borrego Desert State Park, BorregoPalmCanyon Campground, 800-444-7275, parks.ca.gov. Both dry campsites ($25) and hookups ($35) are available. Rallymasters: Rae & Dub Phillips, email@example.com, 505-899-1273, 505-235-5992
Mar. 11-17 –San Pedro Valley, AZ, Kartchner Caverns State Park. 520-586-2283, azstateparks.com. All sites water/elec, dump station available, $25. Reservations needed Jan 5. Rallymasters: Sandy & Steve Varley, firstname.lastname@example.org, 801-641-4416
Apr. 16-21 — Tucson, AZ, Desert Trails RV Park, 888-883-8340, deserttrailsrvpark.com. All sites full hookups, $28-32, all amenities. West of Tucson near Tucson Mountain Park, Old Tucson and Sonoran Desert Museum. Reservations by March 16. Rallymasters Jann & Barry Engleman, email@example.com, 970-390-4074.
May 6-10 — Pojoaque Pueblo, NM (between Santa Fe & Espanola), Roadrunner RV Park, 505-455-2626, $27 full hookups. Deadline: April 22. Across from Cities of Gold Casino & Poeh Cultural Center. Rallymasters: Lynn & Buck Buckingham, firstname.lastname@example.org, 505-298-1239, or Rae Phillips, email@example.com, 505-235-5992.
June 5-10 — Ruidoso (Alto), NM, Little Creek RV Park, 575-336-4044, full hookups, rec hall. $30.09 (includes tax) full hookups. Reserve by April 5th. They are booked solid for June, so we will have to release sites by that date. Rallymasters: Sanna & John Obermiller, firstname.lastname@example.org, 575-258-4084. This is perfect place to be during our “hotest” month of the year! And you KNOW if Sanna & John are part of it – and probably their sidekicks, the Warshauers, too – you certainly won’t get bored!
June 19-22 – FMCA International Convention, Gillette, Wyoming. There will be a number of our members attending this, but not as an official CE rally, so won’t be necessarily camped together.
July 16-21 —Flagstaff, AZ, Black Barts RV Park & Steakhouse Saloon, 928-774-1912, full hookups, $22-24. Reserve by April 30th. Rallymasters: Rae & Dub Phillips, email@example.com, 505-899-1273, 505-235-5992. Tentative day trips: (1) Lowell Observatory & Riardon Mansion, (2) Schnebly Hill Road into Sedona and return via Oak Creek Canyon, (3) Sunset Crater and Walnut Canyon Natl Monuments, (4) Back country drive into mountains north of town, or South Rim of Grand Canyon, or train trip, depending on interest.
Aug. 19-24 — Creede, CO, Mountain Views Rivers Edge, 719-658-2710, $33 full hookups-30 amp, rec hall. Reserve by June 19th. Rallymasters: DJ & Jack Hoffman, firstname.lastname@example.org, 505-828-9458. This is always a perfect place to base for exploring all the spectacular scenery in this region. Never of tire of the back country drives!
Sept. 5-10 – Buena Vista, CO, Snowy Peaks RV Park, 800-954-8481, $35 (back in) & $39.50 (pull through). Reserve by August 5th. Rallymasters: Sandi & Joe Vanni, email@example.com, 719-539-3037. The tentative schedule for this rally has already been posted on our website; check it out there! New area to explore, and full of adventures!
Sept 11-15— Region 1 Rally — Bayfield, CO, Bayfield Riverside RV Park, 970-884-2475, Make your own reservations with the park. Camping $40/night full hookups, $25/person rally fee includes coffee/donuts 3x, hotdogs/hamburgers Fri, and steak & corn on Sat. Rallymasters: Jamie 505-330-1380, Wayne 719-648-3762. Our chapter coordinators: Gail & Bob Downs, firstname.lastname@example.org, 970-247-2902.
Oct. 15-20 – Safford, AZ, Roper Lake State Park, 520-586-2283, azstateparks.com, $23 w/e, dump station. Request Cottonwood Campground sites 1-10, Reserve by July 15th. Rallymasters: Rae & Dub Phillips, email@example.com, 505-899-1273, 505-235-5992. If you think this is in the middle of nowhere, you are right. If you think there’s nothing to see or do, you’re wrong! Come explore this new territory with us!
Nov. 4-7 – Caballo, NM, Caballo Dam State Park, Riverside Campground, 888-667-2757, nmparks.com, $10-18 depending on hookups (15 sites have hookups, 22 dry camping), no reservations, arrive NLT 3pm. Always a favorite place to relax and reflect on the year’s rallies, plus take some interesting drives. Rallymasters: Bob & Becky Coulter, 505-814-1293, firstname.lastname@example.org