Full Timers Chapter Rolling Rally 2020
5 Stops - Each stop will also be listed separately
DECEMBER 1, 2020 - JANUARY 7, 2021
Join the Fulltimers Chapter at every stop, or meet us for just part of this Southern California Winter Cooperative Rolling Rally from Death Valley National Park south to San Diego and East to Yuma, AZ.
We will make 5 stops in 36 days. We will visit 3 National Parks before exploring the bright lights of Hollywood and the deep harbor of San Diego. We will end in Yuma, AZ to chill before deciding whether to attend the Arizona Chapter’s annual Quartzsite, AZ rally or go our separate ways.
Cooperative rolling rallies give all attendees the chance to contribute to the success of each rally stop as hosts, co-hosts, activity leaders, etc. Some stops will have a volunteer host before the rally starts while others will have a Temporary Point of Contact until volunteers step forward.
If you are willing to host a stop on this Cooperative Rolling Rally, contact Donna Carmon, email@example.com, 405-209-5001.
Sites are NOT reserved for the group and campsites may be limited so make your reservations early. You do not have to camp in the primary campgrounds to attend these rallies. Reservation information and other information is listed below.
DECEMBER 1, 2020
Death Valley National Park
Furnace Creek Campground
Stop 1 of 5 of this Cooperative Rolling Rally has Water and Electric sites at $36/night ($23 with National Park Pass). Dry camping for $22/night, before discount. Reserve your campsite at www.recreation.gov and notify your Host, Donna Carmon, firstname.lastname@example.org, 405-209-5001 of your site number. Donna is in site 45.
At this 7 night stop we will explore Death Valley National Park, America’s lowest point with salt flats, colorful canyons, a ghost town and a castle. Or take a day trip to a nearby WWII Japanese internment camp with a stop at a movie memorabilia museum on the way.
Furnace Creek CG is located in Death Valley National Park at CA-190, Death Valley,
CA 92328 (760) 786-3200.
DECEMBER 8, 2020
Yucca Valley, CA
Black Rock Campground
Stop 2 of 5 of this Cooperative Rolling Rally has dry camping at $20/night ($10 with National park Pass). Reserve your campsite at recreation.gov and notify the POC, Donna Carmon, email@example.com, 405-209-5001 of your site number . Donna is in site 13. If you don’t want to dry camp, Yucca Valley RV Park is 7 miles away and an easy commute to the rally.
At this 5 night stop we will explore Joshua Tree National Park with it’s ancient lava flows and desert landscape dotted with twisted, bristled Joshua trees and tour the preserved homestead of one of the early west’s colorful characters. A day trip will take us to the sights in stylish Palm Springs, CA and maybe a tour and milkshake at a local date farm.
Black Rock Campground is located at 9800 Black Rock Canyon Rd, Yucca Valley,
CA 92284 (760) 367-3001.
DECEMBER 13, 2020
Los Angeles, CA
Tapo Canyon Park
Stop 3 of 5 of this Cooperative Rolling Rally has full hookup sites for $291/week. Reserve your campsite at https://www.ventura.org/parks-department/inland-parks/tapo-canyon-simi-valley/ and notify the POC, Donna Carmon, firstname.lastname@example.org, 405-209-5001 of your site number. Donna is in site 11.
At this 7 night stop we will explore Los Angeles, Hollywood and take a boat trip to Channel Islands National Park. We may attend the taping of our favorite TV show or step into the footprints of a famous Movie star on the Hollywood walk of fame. We can tour the splendid 1936 Queen Mary ocean liner or spend the day at the beach. We have planned this stop to arrive and leave on Sunday to make driving an RV around LA less stressful.
Tapo Canyon Park is located at 4651 Tapo Canyon Rd, Simi Valley, CA 93063
DECEMBER 20, 2020
Sweetwater Summit Regional Park
Stop 4 of 5 of this Cooperative Rolling Rally has full hookup sites for $234/week. Water and electric sites are $205/week. Reserve your campsite at https://reservations.sdparks.org/reservations/myAccount.asp and notify the POC, Donna Carmon, email@example.com, 405-209-5001 of your site number. Donna is in site 125.
At this 14 nights stop we will celebrate Christmas and New Years together. We will be 15 miles from San Diego and have fishing, hiking, and horseback riding options on site. A day trip to Anza-Borrego Desert State Park will give us access to 130 giant metal animal sculptures amid an unforgiving desertscape.
Sweetwater Summit Regional Park is located at 3218 Summit Meadow Rd Bonita,
California 91902 (619) 472-7572
JANUARY 3, 2021
Stop 5 of 5 of this Cooperative Rolling Rally is a designated campground on BLM land. Dry parking is free. Signage will be posted at our parking site. Notify the POC, Donna Carmon, firstname.lastname@example.org, 405-209-5001 if you plan to attend. If you don’t want to dry camp, we are only a couple of miles north of I-8 where there are multiple campgrounds with hookups that you can commute to the rally from. There are lots of snowbirds here so make your reservations early if you choose this option or want to stay in Yuma until the Quartzsite rally.
At this 4 night stop, we will spend some down time visiting with each other and maybe planning some future trips together. We can explore Mittry Lake Wildlife Area, Yuma Prison Museum, Yuma Proving Ground Open Air Museum and more.
This Cooperative Rolling Rally will end on Jan 7, 2021, one week before the annual Arizona Chapter rally at Quartzsite, AZ, 80 miles north. Designated BLM Campground is located north of the VFW parking lot at 7120 S Highway 95, Yuma, Arizona. (928) 317-3200.