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Sierra Nevada Unit Events

Rally – Death Valley Furnace Creek Campground

Thursday November 24 to Sunday November 27, 2011

Hosts – Victor and Bobbie Kingsland, San Fernando Vally Unit, WBCCI

Special Thanksgiving Rally for San Fernando Valley unit and Sierra Nevada Unit members.

Other WBCCI members and visitors welcome.

Location: Furnace Creek Campground is off Hwy 190 and across the road from the Death Valley Visitors Center. Check the website for details and a map

Reservations are required for this campground. Call 1-877-444-6777 or reserve online at: Preferred sites are the pull thru spaces near space Nos. 54, 56, 58, 60, 62, 66, 68 and 70

For more information contact Bobbie. Email vbwkngslnd(at)yahoo(dot)com

What to expect at an SNU rally

Never been to an SNU rally? This page will give you information on arrival and departure times, meals, activities, and other information that will help make the rally an enjoyable experience.

Boondocking SNU Style

SNU rallies are a great way to experience camping “off grid” Our usual rally site have no electricity or other hookups. Water is frequently not available. For the SNU, this type of camping enhances the experience and we are never without all the comforts of home

Furnace Creek RV Park

National Park Service – Death Valley

Photo gallery of Don and Gail Williams visit to Death Valley

Death Valley camping

Map of Death Valley area

2008 SNU Rally in Death Valley -|- 2009 SNU Rally in Death Valley -|- 2010 SNU Rally in Death Valley

March 2009 Sunset Magazine 50 best campgrounds lists Mesquite

Additional Information on the 2011 Death Valley Rally

Arrival time - anytime after noon on Thursday November 24th

Note: Rally participants will also need to pay an entrance fee to Death Valley of $20 unless they have an America the Beautiful Annual Pass ($80 per year), Senior Pass (seniors 62 and over, appears to be a one time $10 for a lifetime), Access Pass (free for those with disabilities) and Volunteer Pass. These passes replace the old Golden Eagle and Passport, Golden Age Passport and Golden Access Passport passes. It is well worth it to purchase the annual pass, especially if you plan to visit other National Parks.

Weather: moderate, can be cool at night.

Facilities: water, tables, fireplaces, flush toilets, and dump station.

Nearby attractions: include The Artists Palate Drive, Zabriskies Point, and the Harmony Borax Works interpretive trail.

Scotties Castle, Stovepipe Wells, all sorts of geological and historical points of interest to explore.

If you plan to attend please notify the SNU via e-mail to <hq(at)SierraNevadaAirstreams(dot)org> or a phone call to Diane at 775-972- 5011. We'll pass the info along to Bobbie. It helps our planning to know how many people to expect.

See you at Furnace Creek Campground, Death Valley

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