After stumbling across RV Family Travel Atlas, meeting Stephanie at the Hershey RV Show, joining the forum, and some prodding from fellow forum members, we decided we would give their Spring Rally a try.
The rally was located at Lake in Wood Campground, in Narvon, PA. Getting there was quite the adventure.
|Tiny house sighting!|
|This is how David rides in the Brave. Yea... someone doesn't like moving vehicles.|
Once we arrived, I went in to get checked in and all went well. She told me to have Jon wait until someone could escort us to our site. (Side note: we're finding a lot more places are escorting in & we're not sure how we feel about it.)
|It's sideways, but the site map. This place is HUGE!|
|This is the furthest we've ever been from our electrical hookup.|
|Look who pulled up & was in the site next to us! We met them & gave/got tours of each Brave.|
We came back, had dinner, and then headed to the fire for a few minutes or so.
Saturday, we stayed at the campground (I had surgery 2 weeks before, so walking the campground was about as much activity as I was up for) and walked about 6 miles total all over the campground. There were a LOT of park model units. Several of them are owned by the campground as cabins, others are owned by seasonals.
|Prayer of the Woods|
|The upstairs fellowship area of their registration building.|
|Another view of the fellowship area.|
|Mini golf anyone?|
|So many pools!|
|You can stay in a double decker bus!|
Some of that, we took David with us. He was a tired pup towards the end of the afternoon. He was so happy when we stopped at the camp store for water.
|David wasn't sure about the goats. He was very curious about them.|
|David likes drinking straight from water bottles. Yup, he's spoiled.|
Sunday, we packed up and rolled out pretty early. There were some wicked storms that were going to come through, and we wanted to make sure we weren't driving the Brave when they did. We did beat the storms back to Luray - which was awesome.
One nice thing about the RVFTA rally was that there wasn't too much planned. We appreciated this because, generally, we like to go do our thing & then get together with people at night. We'd definitely attend another RVFTA rally!
Conclusion: Pick your rallies wisely. Know the group you're going with before you go & you'll likely be just fine!