Tuesday, November 28, 2023


Update on RV Travel meetup August 1

I wrote this for a special members’ message on May 17, but in case you missed it, here it is again. I have included an update about the availability of 30-amp electric service – Chuck

In August we will participate in an RV show in rural Enumclaw, Washington, which is near the base of Mt. Rainier about an hour drive from Seattle. Our RV electricity expert, Mike Sokol, will speak about basic RV electricity for free at the show, and also conduct an advance class (details later).

We will have our own dedicated building where we will host our own private activities which will include seminars and social activities. Our members (that’s you) will receive admission priority. We will not announce this event for two weeks to our regular subscribers (that will be the June 1 issue) to give you and other members first crack at reserving the limited number of campsites (I believe there are a few hundred available). The show runs August 1st to 4th.

Click the flyer below to see it full size.

The camping is adjacent to the show at the beautiful Enumclaw Expo Center, home of the annual King County Fair. It’s $30 per night, which includes water and 20-amp electricity.

But there are some 30-amp sites available: If you plan to attend, call immediately and say you are with the RV Travel group and want a 30-amp site.

The camping fee includes daily admission for two to the RV show and free seminars. There’s a public golf course on the premises and it’s a short drive to beautiful Mt. Rainier National Park. Planned activities include an evening campfire, outdoor beer garden, and pony rides for kids. Gail and I will be camping for the entire show, probably with an extra day before and after. We hope to spend a lot of time under our RV’s awning visiting with readers.

To make a camping reservation call 360-226-3493.

Chuck Woodbury
Chuck Woodburyhttps://rvtravel.com
I'm the founder and publisher of RVtravel.com. I've been a writer and publisher for most of my adult life, and spent a total of at least a half-dozen years of that time traveling the USA and Canada in a motorhome.



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