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Solo Travelers Chapter Cooperative Rolling Rally - Four stops CANCELLED
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8/11/2020 to 9/7/2020
When: Tuesday, August 11, 2020
Where: See each date for location
United States

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NOTE: THESE RALLIES HAVE ALL BEEN CANCELLED

 

 

These rallies are open to all RVW Members.

AUGUST 11 - SEPTEMBER 7, 2020

Solo Travelers Chapter
Cooperative Rolling Rally - Four stops

Each date is listed here and will be listed as a separate event as well. You do not have to attend all stops on this rolling rally to participate. Choose the ones you want to attend.


Join the Solo Travelers Chapter as they travel south to Florida in time for the 2020 RVW Convention in Sarasota, Florida. The last stop will end the day before pre-convention activities.

•  Stop One: 7 nights, August 11-17, Nashville, area Tennessee
•  Stop Two: 7 nights, August 18-24, Atlanta area, Georgia
•  Stop Three: 7 nights, August 25-31, Savannah, Georgia
•  Stop Four: 7 nights September 1-7, St Augustine, Florida

Campsites are not reserved and may fill quickly, so make reservations on your own as soon as possible. If a campground fills up or if you prefer a different campground nearby, you can commute to the primary campground and still attend the rally. Each stop is listed in the calendar as a separate rally by date.

This is a Cooperative Rolling Rally and all attendees are expected to make their own campground reservations, travel independently between rally stops and participate in planning daily activities. This Cooperative Rolling Rally welcomes all RVW members.


STOP ONE:

AUGUST 11-17, 2020
Solo Travelers Chapter - Cooperative Rolling Rally: Hermitage, Tennessee

J. Percy Priest Lake
Seven Points Campground
1810 Stewarts Ferry Pike
Hermitage, TN 37076


This is the first of four stops of the Solo Travelers Chapters Cooperative Rolling Rally.

We will be 16 miles from Nashville where we will learn the history of country and western music at the Grand Ole Opry and the Country Music Hall of Fame. Or we can visit a life-size replica of the Parthenon of Athens, the home of President Andrew Jackson, a vintage auto museum or an 1853 plantation. See the statue of Sgt. Alvin York or a vintage movie at a historic theater. Learn about Davy Crockett and Rosa L. Parks at the Tennessee State Museum. Do a tasting on a whiskey tour or test your heat tolerance with some Hot Chicken. Day trips can take us to other historical sites such as Alvin York-s home or the northern end of the Natchez Trace.

You must make your own reservations at recreation.gov. Search for J. Percy Priest Lake. Reservations should open about February 11. We recommend that you make reservations as soon as possible.

Sites with 30/50 amp electric and water are $26/night ($13 with Senior National Park Pass). There is a dump station, showers and boat ramp.

You must contact Host Donna Carmon at fritored@gmail.com or call her at 405-209-5001 once you have a reservation or if you have questions.

 

STOP TWO:

AUGUST 18-24, 2020
Solo Travelers Chapter - Cooperative Rolling Rally: Acworth, Georgia

Payne Campground
2495 Kellogg Creek Road
Acworth, GA 30102


This is the second of four stops in the Solo Travelers Cooperative Rolling Rally.

We will travel the 35 miles to Atlanta or choose some options closer to home. Atlanta offers CNN tours, a botanical garden, Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Site, the Margaret Mitchell House, the Jimmy Carter Library, The Coca Cola Museum, farmer-s markets, food walks, and just great food. Closer to home is the home of Teddy Roosevelt-s mother and the Chattahoochee Nature Center. We can splurge on afternoon tea at one of the top tearooms in the U.S. or listen to Motown favorites live at the Art Deco Strand Theatre.

You must make your own reservations at recreation.gov. Reservations should open about February 18. We recommend that you make reservations as soon as possible.

Sites with 30/50 amp electric and water are $28/night ($14 with Senior National Park Pass). There is a dump station, showers and boat ramp.

You must contact Host Mary Ann Miller at millermaryann3@aol.com or call her at 214-223-9558 once you have a reservation or if you have questions.

 

STOP THREE:

AUGUST 25-31, 2020
Solo Travelers Chapter - Cooperative Rolling Rally: Savannah, Georgia

Skidaway Island State Park
52 Diamond Causeway
Savannah, GA 31411


This is the third of four stops in the Solo Travelers Cooperative Rolling Rally.

We will visit historic Savannah with its Spanish moss, nearly two dozen green squares surrounded by stately homes (including Forest Gump-s Chippewa Square) and southern cuisine. You can tour the home of the founder of the Girl Scouts as well as historic homes and cemeteries. Trolley tours save you finding a parking place and give you an overview. Try taking a river boat cruise or kayaking tour or a cooking class. Walk, shop and eat your way through the historic district. Visit nearby Tybee Island or Hilton Head.

You must make your own reservations at gastateparks.org/SkidawayIsland. Reservations are open now. We recommend that you make reservations as soon as possible.

Sites with 30/50 amp electric and water are $42 to 49/night. There is a dump station, showers and boat ramp.

You must contact Host Laurie Shriner at codeblueandme@gmail.com or call her at 408-406-0834 once you have a reservation or if you have questions.

 

STOP FOUR:

SEPTEMBER 1-7, 2020
Solo Travelers Chapter - Cooperative Rolling Rally
St. Augustine, Florida

St. John's RV Park
2493 State Road 207
St. Augustine, FL 32086


This is the fourth and final stop in the Solo Travelers Cooperative Rolling Rally.

We will visit historic St Augustine, the oldest city in the U.S. and just seven miles away from our campground. There we can see the oldest building in the country as well as some incredible "Golden Age" buildings from when the rich first came to Florida for the winter as the original snowbirds. We will explore the mix of historic and kitsch that makes up this eclectic city. We can visit a Spanish fort, the supposed fountain of youth, white sand beaches or an amazing flea market. Let-s walk or take a trolley around historic downtown and enjoy some local seafood. Day trips may take us to watch a launch at the Canaveral National Seashore or to see the amazing 3-D murals in Palatka, Florida.

You must make your own reservations by calling 904-824-9840 and asking for Theresa. Tell her that you are with the RVW group. This stop includes a holiday weekend so reserved sites may go fast. We recommend that you make reservations as soon as possible.

Your host has been able to reserve 25 sites. Each site is a full hook up and includes water, electric, sewer, cable and Wi-Fi. The rate for our group is $45/night, including tax. There is a $20 non-refundable deposit for each site. That amount will be credited to your account during check in.

You must contact Host Linda Sims at thequeenie@sbcglobal.net or call her at 817-614-1905 once you have a reservation or if you have questions.