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T@borado nuCamp Rally

August 7-11, 2024

Palisade, CO

Location

Palisade Basecamp RV Resort

985 N River Rd.

Palisade, CO 81526

(970) 462-9712

Website

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2024 Taborado Themes

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2023 Taborado Schedule (2024 TBA)

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  • What is the Smoky Mountain nuCamp Rally and what do you do there?
    The Smoky Mountain nuCamp Rally is a gathering of nüCamp RV product enthusiasts near the Smoky Mountain National Park in Tennessee. The rally will take place in the Spring so we can all enjoy the beautiful flowers and waterfalls. This event is created, organized, and hosted by nüCamp RV ambassadors Mandy Lea and Kendrick. Everyone in the nüCamp family is welcome including T@Gs, T@Bs, T@DAs, Silver Shadows and Cirrus Truck Campers. During the rally we will have many events planned all day long, but of course you are welcome to participate in as much or as little as you'd like! Activities will include a cornhole tournament, paint n' sip, bingo, and escape room experience, a themed party, trivia night, karaoke, a potluck dinner, catered meal, and talks on many different topics to learn!
  • How do I register?
    Registration is a two-step process: Step 1: Register for the Smoky Mountain Rally event via the Registration Page when it becomes available. When you register, you must pay the registration fee for each adult (18+ years old) in your party. Step 2: Do not call the the campground. After buying your rally ticket, DO NOT call the campground. You will be emailed further details for the process of securing your campsite.
  • How much does it cost?
    Smoky Mountain nuCamp Rally registration fees are per person rather than per campsite. Registration fees are $100 for the first camper, and $85 for an additional camper at the same campsite (plus Eventbrite fees). When registering for the rally, there will be the option for First Camper ($100). This option is for the first adult at each campsite. If you are a solo camper this is all you need to select before entering payment information. If there are more adults (age 18+) in your campsite then select the number of additional campers ($85) you'd like to register under "add ons." Each paid adult will receive an event T-shirt. All kids age 17 and younger will be allowed free entry, but they will not receive a welcome bag or t-shirt. In addition to the event registration, you will need to pay for your campsite.
  • How do I get my campsite?
    After buying your rally ticket, DO NOT call the campground. You will be emailed further details for the process of securing your campsite.
  • When is check-in and check-out?
    We understand that some people may like to arrive early and/or stay late. Below are the campground and rally start/end times. Campground check-in: 1:00PM (on arrival date) Campground check-out: 12:00PM noon (on departure date) Rally check-in: 12PM-6PM (April 9, 2025) Rally end time: 10:00AM (April 13, 2025)
  • Can I attend even if I don't own a nüCamp RV?
    This rally is intended for nüCamp RV product owners. Models include T@G, T@B 320, T@B 400, Silver Shadow, T@DA, Avia, Barefoot, and Cirrus truck campers. We also welcome older models of Dutchman T@DAs and T@Bs, as well as previous Little Guy T@Gs and T@Bs that were manufactured by nuCamp (Pleasant Valley). If you do not own a nuCamp product but would like to join us, we extend invitations to those who support us on Patreon at the $20 and up level. We're sorry if this does not include you, but there are events out there for nearly every brand of camper on the market!
  • What is the cancellation policy?
    In order to assure that we are able to fill all of the campsites, and because we have many expenses far before the rally, there is a strict 60-day cancellation policy in order to receive a refund.
  • What is there to do during the rally?
    In addition to many rally organized events, Little Arrow Outdoor Resort is located right at the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park! With lots of hiking, scenic drives, and scenic overlooks, you won't be bored!
  • Can I bring my dog/pet?
    Yes! We understand that pets are an integral part of the experience for many campers. However, we ask that you be respectful and responsible with your pet. As rally hosts we ask that for all rally group events you keep your pets on a leash AND attended at all time. Pets are welcome at activities, but please do not bring your pet to any group meals. You must clean up after your pet, and remove them if they misbehave. Little Arrow Outdoor Resort is pet friendly including a nice outdoor dog park and even daily dog sitting!! However, you MUST read the resort's pet policy here, and please sign the resort's pet waiver before arrival. As per the Little Arrow Policy: "Pets must be kept on a leash at all times, per state law. Please pick up after your pet and do not leave pets unattended. Pets are only permitted in accommodations listed as pet friendly. Unattended pets in accommodations must be kenneled when alone. Limit of two dogs per RV Site and accommodations unless special arrangements are made. If you are traveling out-of-state you will need to bring a copy of your pet's records/vaccines. We do offer pet sitting. No pets are allowed in the Airstream units without prior approval for service animals."
  • Can I set up a portable toilet?
    Yes, you can! The only requirements are to keep the toilet/privacy tent off the grass and to dump the black water into the dump station. Use of the dump station is included with the campground fee. Little Arrow Outdoor Resort also has VERY nice and new bathhouses complete with showers.
  • Can we have campfires?
    Yes! All RV sites include a fire ring so you can easily and safely have a fire. Firewood is available for purchase at the campground store. You may also use your own above ground fire pit or grill. Campfires must be built in designated sites only and never left unattended. Please do not bring in any outside firewood. Firewood can be purchased at Little Arrow 24/7, or can be purchased within Blount County. Firewood cannot be delivered from outside vendors/companies/etc. Our goal is to protect the Great Smoky Mountain National Park.
  • Should I be concerned about wildlife?
    Bears are very common in the Smoky Mountain area. Bears have incredibly strong sense of smell so for the protection of all guests and to avoid a run in with them, we ask that you store all your food related items including forks, trash and coolers in hard sided storage container.
  • What is T@bazona and what do you do there?
    The Tabazona nuCamp Rally is a gathering of nüCamp RV product enthusiasts in Arizona. This event is created, organized, and hosted by nüCamp RV ambassadors Mandy Lea and Kendrick. Everyone in the nüCamp family is welcome including T@Gs, T@Bs, T@DAs, Silver Shadows, Barefoots, Avias and Cirrus Truck Campers. During the rally we will have many events planned all day long, but of course you are welcome to participate in as much or as little as you'd like! Activities will include a cornhole tournament, paint n' sip, bingo, and escape room experience, a themed party, trivia night, karaoke, a potluck dinner, catered meal, and talks on many different topics to learn!
  • How do I register?
    Registration: Register for the T@bazona event via the Registration Page on March 25th, 2025 at 12pm Central Time. Our supporters on Patreon at the $10/month level and up will have access to registration one week early. Consider supporting us now! This year, your registration will include the 4 nights of camping from arrival Wednesday 2/5/25, to departure Sunday 2/9/25. You will receive your campsite number assignment at least 60 days (or more) prior to the rally. Want extra days? The campground has blocked off the sites from 2/3/25 through 2/11/25. If you would like to arrive early or stay late, you may simply show up, tell them your assigned campsite number, and pay for your extra days. If you do not need any extra days, then no further action is necessary. *The fairgrounds will not take reservations ahead of time, just know they have the dates blocked off for us. Special Note! If you weren't aware, the 2025 Superbowl will be on Sunday 2/9! The rally will end that morning but if you feel like staying an extra night, we will certainly have a watch party!
  • How much does it cost?
    T@bazona registration rally fees are per person plus the campsite fee (4 nights) during the rally. Your fees will be used to cover the costs of catered meals, equipment rentals, welcome bags, event t-shirts, and organized activities, among other things. When registering for T@bazona, there will be the option for First Camper. This option is for the first adult at each campsite. If you are a solo camper this is all you need to select before entering payment information. If there are more adults (age 18+) in your campsite, then select the number of additional campers you'd like to register under "add ons." Each paid adult will receive an event T-shirt. All kids age 17 and younger will be allowed free entry, but they will not receive a welcome bag or t-shirt. For example: One Camper Includes rally fee for one person + 4 nights of camping Total $340 Two Campers Includes rally fee for two people + 4 nights of camping $340+$75 = Total $415 *If you arrive late or leave early, there is no discount beyond the 4 nights included in registration.
  • How do I get my campsite?
    After registering for T@bazona via Eventbrite just sit back and relax! We will send you your campsite number assignment at least 60 days prior to the event. Your registration will include the 4 nights from arrival 2/5/25 to departure 2/9/25. If you would like to arrive early or depart later, you can show up to the fairgrounds, tell them your campsite number, and pay for your extra days. The campsites are blocked off from 2/7 through 2/11. *The fairgrounds does not take reservations over the phone, just know the dates are blocked off for us.
  • Can I attend even if I don't own a nüCamp RV?
    This event is intended for nüCamp RV product owners. Models include T@G, T@B 320, T@B 400, Silver Shadow, T@DA, Avia, Barefoot, and Cirrus truck campers. We also welcome older models of Dutchman T@DAs and T@Bs, as well as previous Little Guy T@Gs and T@Bs specifically. We're sorry if this does not include you, but there are events out there for nearly every brand of camper on the market! *Note: If you have previously attended T@bazona and have moved on to a different camper, you are still welcome. "Once a T@bazonian, always a T@bazonian!"
  • What is the cancellation policy?
    This event will have a strict 60-day cancellation policy that will apply to both your rally and campsite fees. If you wish to cancel, please do so before 12 Midnight on December 5th, 2024. No rally or campsite fees will be refunded after this date. Contact mandy@mandyleaphoto.com to cancel.
  • What is there to do during the rally?
    During the rally we will have many rally sponsored events. You can attend as many or as few of these as you prefer, it's your vacation! These events will include tech talks, camping talks, trailer tours, cornhole, bingo, group hikes, trivia, karaoke, potluck, catered dinner, and more! In addition, there is much to do in and around the city of Tucson! Check out some fun ideas here.
  • Can I bring my dog/pet?
    Yes! We understand that pets are an integral part of the experience for many campers. However, we ask that you be respectful and responsible with your pet. As rally hosts we ask that for all rally group events you keep your pets on a leash AND attended at all time. Pets are welcome at activities, but please do not bring your pet through the food line at meals, or on your lap or table during meals. You must clean up after your pet, and remove them if they misbehave.
  • Can we have campfires?
    Propane fire-pits are allowed by any applicable fire restrictions/regulations in place at the time of your stay. Permanent fire pits are not provided at each site.
  • What is T@borado and what do you do there?
    The Taborado nuCamp Rally is a gathering of nüCamp RV product enthusiasts in beautiful Colorado. This event is created, organized, and hosted by nüCamp RV ambassadors Mandy Lea and Kendrick. Everyone in the nüCamp family is welcome including T@Gs, T@Bs, T@DAs, Silver Shadows, Barefoots and Cirrus Truck Campers. During the rally we will have many events planned all day long, but of course you are welcome to participate in as much or as little as you'd like! Activities will include a cornhole tournament, paint n' sip, bingo, and escape room experience, a themed party, trivia night, karaoke, a potluck dinner, catered meal, and talks on many different topics to learn!
  • Can I attend even if I don't own a nuCamp product?
    This rally is intended for nüCamp RV product owners. Models include T@G, T@B 320, T@B 400, Silver Shadow, T@DA, Avia, Barefoot, and Cirrus truck campers. We also welcome older models of Dutchman T@DAs and T@Bs, as well as previous Little Guy T@Gs and T@Bs that were manufactured by nuCamp (Pleasant Valley). If you do not own a nuCamp product but would like to join us, we extend invitations to those who support us on Patreon at the $20 and up level. We're sorry if this does not include you, but there are events out there for nearly every brand of camper on the market!
  • How do I register?
    How do I register? Registration is a two-step process: Step 1: Register for the rally event via the Eventbrite Link (date TBA). When you register, you must account for each adult (18 years and up) in your party: $100 registration fee for the first adult, $75 registration fee for any additional adults (at the same site). Step 2: DO NOT CALL THE CAMPGROUND. When you register for the rally, you are guaranteed a site. The campground will call you in the order that you registered to pick your site and make your reservation. That's it! You're all set! See you in Colorado!
  • How much does it cost?
    Tabarado Rally registration fees are per person rather than per campsite. Registration fees are $100 for the first camper, and $75 for each additional adult in the same campsite plus Eventbrite fees. Your fees will be used to cover the costs of catered meals, equipment rentals, welcome bags, event t-shirts, and organized activities, among other things. When registering for Taborado, there will be the option for First Camper. This option is for the first adult at each campsite. If you are a solo camper this is all you need to select before entering payment information. If there are more adults (age 18+) in your campsite then select the number of additional campers you'd like to register under "add ons." Each paid adult will receive an event T-shirt. All kids age 17 and younger will be allowed free entry, but they will not receive a welcome bag or t-shirt. Additional event t-shirts are available as an "add on" via the Eventbrite registration page. In addition to the event registration, you will need to pay for your campsite: 2024 Palisade Basecamp Rates: Weekday rates (vary based on site type): $51 - $95/night Weekend rates (vary based on site type): $71 - $114/night
  • How do I get my campsite?
    After registering for T@borado via Eventbrite just sit back and relax! We'll pass all of your information along to the host RV resort and within a few days you'll get a call to reserve your campsite! Do not call the campground to make a reservation.
  • When is check-in and check-out?
    We understand that some people may like to arrive early and/or stay late. Below are the campground and T@borado start/end times. Campground check-in: 2:00PM (on arrival date) Campground check-out: 11:00AM (on departure date) Taborado Rally check-in: 12:00 - 5:00PM (August 7, 2024) Taborado Rally end time: 10:00AM (August 11, 2024)
  • What is the cancellation policy?
    There are two separate fees involved with this event; the rally fee & your campsite fees. In order to ensure that we can fill your space, there is a strict 60-day cancellation policy for your money back. If you would like to cancel your attendance, it must be done by end of business day (5pm MST) June 7th, 2024. Contact us to cancel.
  • What is there to do during the rally?
    We fill the rally with many fun events to keep everyone entertained and socializing! Some of the crowd favorites include a cornhole tournament, trivia, bingo, a themed party, camp chats, and more. You can participate in as many or as few of the events as you like (but trust us, they are fun!). Palisade is located on the beautiful western slope of Colorado! The area offers scenic drives, hiking and biking, fishing, photography, shopping, wineries, orchards, breweries, and so much more!
  • Can I bring my dog/pet?
    Yes! We understand that pets are an integral part of the experience for many campers. However, we ask that you be respectful and responsible with your pet.
  • Can I set up a portable toilet?
    Yes, you can! The only requirements are to keep the toilet/privacy tent off the grass and to dump the black water into the dump station. Use of the dump station is included with the campground fee.
  • Can we have campfires?
    You may bring your own above ground fire pit for use as allowed by any applicable fire restrictions/regulations in place at the time of your stay. Permanent fire pits are not provided by Sun Outdoors at each site. Firewood: To prevent the spreading of pests (firewood related) please do not bring your own firewood. Gathering of wood or cutting trees (including branches) is NOT permitted in the campground or on surrounding property.
  • Should I be concerned about wildlife?
    You are in Bear Country! Please do not leave trash or food around your site, especially overnight.
  • What is the Terlingua nuCamp Rally?
    The Terlingua T@B Rally is a gathering of nüCamp RV product enthusiasts offering a getaway to the unique ghost town of Terlingua and the incredibly scenic Big Bend area of West Texas. This event is created, organized, and hosted by nüCamp RV ambassadors Mandy Lea and Kendrick. Everyone in the nüCamp family is welcome including T@Gs, T@Bs, T@DAs, Silver Shadows and Cirrus Truck Campers.
  • How do I register?
    Registration is a two-step process: Step 1: Register for the Terlingua T@B Rally event via the EventBrite link and obtain a registration number. Registration will begin on September 10, 2022 at 12PM Central. When you register, you must account for each adult (18 years and up) in your party: $75 registration fee for the first adult, $50 registration fee for any additional adults. Step 2: DO NOT CALL THE CAMPGROUND. When you register, you are guaranteed a site. Big Bend Resort will contact you in January. This delay is due to a software change the campground will be making. Once the campground makes their software change and begins making calls, please be patient with the office as they will be busy and this process will take several days! That's it! You're all registered! See you in Terlingua, Texas!
  • How much does it cost?
    Terlingua T@B Rally registration fees are per person rather than per campsite. Registration fees are $75 for the first camper, and $50 for an additional camper at the same campsite (plus Eventbrite fees). Your fees will be used to cover the costs of catered meals, equipment rentals, welcome bags, event t-shirts, and organized activities, among other things. When registering for the rally, there will be the option for First Camper ($75). This option is for the first adult at each campsite. If you are a solo camper this is all you need to select before entering payment information. If there are more adults (age 18+) in your campsite then select the number of additional campers ($50) you'd like to register under "add ons." Each paid adult will receive an event T-shirt. All kids age 17 and younger will be allowed free entry, but they will not receive a welcome bag or t-shirt. In addition to the event registration, you will need to pay for your campsite. After registering, the resort will call you to reserve your site. 30amp site: $39.60/night 50amp site: $44.10/night ALL sites at the campground are full hookups!
  • How do I get my campsite?
    Once you check-out on Eventbrite, you are guaranteed a campsite. DO NOT CALL THE RESORT. The Big Bend Resort will contact you in January to reserve and pay for your campsite. Please be patient once the resort begins calling in January, as this process will likely take several days. If you do not hear from the resort in a timely manner, please email Tracie at tculp@bigbend-adventures.com. All campsites have full hook-ups, with electric, water & sewer. There are also on-site bathroom and shower houses.
  • When is check-in and check-out?
    We understand that some people may like to arrive early and/or stay late. Below are the campground and Terlingua Rally start/end times. Campground check-in: 1:00PM (on arrival date) Campground check-out: 11:00AM (on departure date) Rally check-in: 12:00 - 5:00PM (Wednesday, March 15, 2023) Rally end time: 10:00AM (Sunday, March 19, 2023)
  • Can I attend even if I don't own a nüCamp RV?
    This event is intended for nüCamp RV product owners. Models include T@G, T@B 320, T@B 400, Silver Shadow, T@DA, Avia, Barefoot, and Cirrus truck campers. We also welcome older models of Dutchman T@DAs and T@Bs, as well as previous Little Guy T@Gs and T@Bs specifically. We're sorry if this does not include you, but there are events out there for nearly every brand of camper on the market!
  • What is the cancellation policy?
    There are two separate fees involved with this event; the rally fee & your campsite fees. In order to ensure that we can fill your space, both of these fees have a strict 30 day cancellation policy for your money back. If you would like to cancel your attendance, it must be done by end of business day (5pm MST) February 15, 2023. Contact us to cancel.
  • Are there COVID precautions? What about a COVID cancellation policy?
    If the event must be canceled due to COVID you will be entitled to two refunds. The first refund is for the Terlingua Rally event registration. The second refund is for your campsite reservation at the Big Bend Resort and Adventures. If you've already made travel plans, you can always choose to keep your reservation with Big Bend Resort and Adventures even if the event is canceled due to COVID concerns. If we deem the event safe and it goes on, the 30 day cancellation policy still applies. When necessary, we will kindly remind attendees to follow state/local/campground COVID mandates and precautions. If an attendee refuses to comply with our requests, we will ban the attendee from all future rally events hosted by Mandy and Kendrick, and prohibit them from attending any current group events. Please note that we will not issue registration refunds for people refusing to adhere to the state/local/campground COVID mandates.
  • What is there to do during the rally?
    Terlingua is located in the beautiful Big Bend region of West Texas. If you think you know Texas and haven't been to Big Bend then prepare to question everything you thought you knew about this state! There's something for everyone here! The area offers scenic drives, Jeep trails, hiking, road and mountain biking, river tours, horseback riding, restaurants, shopping, and so much more! Oh yeah, the area is so photogenic that we offer two photography workshops here a year! So get out and explore! Check out this page for a more detailed list!
  • Do I need a pass to enter the National and/or State Parks?
    Yes, to both. To enter Big Bend National Park you either need a National Park Pass (America the Beautiful Pass--$80 annually) or a weekly pass. Both of these can be purchased either at the gate upon entry or at a visitor's center, if the gate is closed. Passes good for 7-days cost $30/vehicle, $25/motorcycle, or $15/person (if entering on a bicycle or foot). To enter Big Bend Ranch State Park you can either use a Texas State Park Pass ($70 annually) or stop at the Barton Warnock Visitor's Center in Lajitas to pay a fee of $5 per person per day. If you use a Texas State Park Pass you must still stop by the visitor's center to receive an admission receipt for your windshield, but you won't be charged anything.
  • What do I need to know about the trip to Boquillas, Mexico?"
    The border crossing to Boquillas is currently OPEN. If the crossing closes, you will receive a full refund for this portion of your ticket. Boquillas, Mexico is a safe town, full of kind people! We will not be the only tourists in town. They are very used to crowds of tourists coming over during the day. Bring U.S. CASH for all transactions in Boquillas. One or two places might take cards, but don't rely on it. Due to its extreme isolation from the rest of Mexico the town relies almost exclusively on tourism. There will be ladies trying to sell crafts along the main street. There will be children trying to sell you bracelets and other things. If you want to buy something then do it. If not, a simple "no, gracias" with a smile is sufficient and will not offend anyone. Follow basic travel precautions. Don't leave your things lying around unattended. DON'T drink any tap water. Be respectful of the locals and their property. Feel free to strike up a conversation with anyone willing to listen. A lot of folks in Boquillas speak English, but a lot don't. Try out your Spanish skills! There are two restaurants and one bar in town. Usually both restaurants are open, but the bar is hit or miss. Both restaurants serve great margaritas and cold Mexican beer. PLEASE NOTE: - All participants MUST have a valid, current US passport. - Your fee includes your meal, as well as transportation from the crossing to the home of the family (canoe, truck and/or donkey). - The menu is not determined, but will include meat and other animal products. - 100% of proceeds from this trip will go directly to the host family. - If the border crossing is not open during our event, your trip fee will be refunded. - We will split the participants into 2 groups on 2 days. If you sign up with a spouse/partner, you will be together.
  • Can I bring my dog/pet?
    Yes! We understand that pets are an integral part of the experience for many campers. However, we ask that you be respectful and responsible with your pet. Pets are welcome at the resort as long as each pet is accompanied by a 6ft leash and an owner. Please do not leave your pet outside unattended. Pets are not allowed in the restrooms, showers, or other indoor areas unless they are a Service Animal or stated otherwise. Mobile pet fences are allowed. In addition, we ask that for all rally group events you keep your pets on a leash AND attended at all time. You must clean up after your pet and remove them from the crowd if they misbehave. Service animals are welcome. *Please note that pets are NOT allowed on any trails within the National Park. This is a National Park policy.
  • Can I set up a portable toilet?
    Yes, you can! The only requirements are to dump the black water into the sewer hookup available at each campsite. Do NOT spill when emptying portable toilets into the sewer hookups!
  • Can we have campfires?
    You may bring your own above ground fire pit for use as allowed by any applicable fire restrictions/regulations in place at the time of your stay. Permanent fire pits are not provided by Big Bend Resort & Adventures at each site. Terlingua is in Brewster County, Texas. Fire restrictions can change often. Please check the Brester County website for most up to date fire bans. If it is permitted within fire regulations, the rally will be hosting nightly campfire gatherings. Bring your own chair and beverage!
  • Should I be concerned about wildlife?
    You should be aware of the local wildlife. The Big Bend region is home to black bears, mountain lions, bobcats, coyotes, and javelina, among other things. The likelihood of seeing most of these is slim-to-none with the javelina being the most notable exception. Keep an eye out for these as they can sure do some damage to a moving car! The area is also home to a few creepy crawly things like rattlesnakes, tarantulas, scorpions, millipedes, and more. Don't let this scare you away! Mandy and Kendrick have been going to the Big Bend region for six years, hate creepy crawly things, and keep going back!
  • What steps are being taken to reduce our waste during this event?
    One thing that drives us nuts at most camping events is the HUGE amount of waste generated. So, here's a few things we'll do to help reduce our impact: -Utilize reusable banners and signs for the event -Offer recycling of name badges for attendees after the event -Encourage everyone to bring their own reusable dinnerware and drinkware to events -Supplying compostable dinnerware and drinkware to folks who don't bring their own If you have any other suggestions for reducing our impact during this event just let us know!
  • What is the Northeast nuCamp Rally and what do you do there?
    The Northeast nuCamp Rally is a gathering of nüCamp RV product enthusiasts in the Adirondack area of New York. The rally will take place in the Fall so we can all enjoy the beautiful colors of the changing leaves. This event is created, organized, and hosted by nüCamp RV ambassadors Mandy Lea and Kendrick. Everyone in the nüCamp family is welcome including T@Gs, T@Bs, T@DAs, Silver Shadows and Cirrus Truck Campers. During the rally we will have many events planned all day long, but of course you are welcome to participate in as much or as little as you'd like! Activities will include a cornhole tournament, paint n' sip, bingo, and escape room experience, a themed party, trivia night, karaoke, a potluck dinner, catered meal, and talks on many different topics to learn!
  • Can I attend even if I don't own a nuCamp product?
    This rally is intended for nüCamp RV product owners. Models include T@G, T@B 320, T@B 400, Silver Shadow, T@DA, Avia, Barefoot, and Cirrus truck campers. We also welcome older models of Dutchman T@DAs and T@Bs, as well as previous Little Guy T@Gs and T@Bs that were manufactured by nuCamp (Pleasant Valley). If you do not own a nuCamp product but would like to join us, we extend invitations to those who support us on Patreon at the $20 and up level. We're sorry if this does not include you, but there are events out there for nearly every brand of camper on the market!
  • How do I register?
    Registration is a two-step process: Step 1: Register for the rally event via the EventBrite link. Registration is now open. When you register, you must account for each adult (18 years and up) in your party: $100 registration fee for the first adult, $75 registration fee for any additional adults. Step 2: DO NOT CALL THE CAMPGROUND. When you register for the rally, you are guaranteed a site. Spacious Skies Campground will call you in the order that you registered to pick your site and make your reservation. That's it! You're all set! See you in New York!
  • How much does it cost?
    The rally registration fees are per person rather than per campsite. Registration fees are $100 for the first camper, and $75 for an additional camper at the same campsite (plus Eventbrite fees). Your fees will be used to cover the costs of catered meals, equipment rentals, welcome bags, event t-shirts, and organized activities, among other things. When registering for the rally, there will be the option for First Attendee ($100). This option is for the first adult at each campsite. If you are a solo camper this is all you need to select before entering payment information. If there are more adults (age 18+) in your campsite then select the number of additional campers ($75) you'd like to register under "add ons." Each paid adult will receive an event T-shirt. In addition to the event registration, you will need to pay for your campsite. After registering, the campground will call you to reserve your site. Campsite fees vary between $40-$55/night depending on site type. People will be called in the order they register for booking a campsite.
  • Are there on-site accommodations if I can't bring my camper?
    Yes! Spacious Skies also has several types of cabins including both deluxe and rustic cabins. There are also larger cabins that you could share with friends.
  • What time is check-in/check-out?
    RALLY: Check-in: Wed 9/25 between 12pm-5pm End: Sunday morning 9/29 after coffee CAMPGROUND CHECKIN: 2pm for RV/Tent 3pm for Cabins/Lodging **If you arrive before check-in time, your account may incur an early check-in fee of $25 If arriving after office hours, please call ahead to make arrangements.
  • What is the cancellation policy?
    Because of the amount of work it takes to organize a rally, and the difficulty of filling empty spaces with short notice, no registration refunds will be given less than 60 from the start of the rally. If you need to cancel the Northeast 2023 rally, you must do so by July 25th, 2024. That being said, each campground has their own cancellation policies for a refund of your campsite fee. View Spacious Skies rules and regulations here.
  • Can I bring my dog/pet?
    Yes! We understand that pets are an integral part of the experience for many campers. However, we ask that you be respectful and responsible with your pet. Pets are welcome at the resort as long as each pet is accompanied by a 6ft leash and an owner. Please do not leave your pet outside unattended. Pets are not allowed in the restrooms, showers, or other indoor areas unless they are a Service Animal or stated otherwise. Mobile pet fences are allowed. In addition, we ask that for all rally group events you keep your pets on a leash AND attended at all time. Do not bring your pet through a dinner or other food line or allow them on top of tables. You must clean up after your pet and remove them from the crowd if they misbehave. Service animals are welcome. Please note that pets are NOT allowed on any trails within any National Park. This is a National Park policy. Rules specific to Spacious Skies Campground: We allow up to 2 pets per site/lodging accommodation. Pets are limited to cats and dogs; no wild or exotic animals are permitted. All pets must be well-behaved and non-aggressive and current on their vaccinations. You must provide a copy of your pet’s current rabies certificate at the time of check-in. View all campground policies here
  • Are campfires allowed?
    Yes! Campfires are allowed in designated fire pits / fire rings only. Fire rings may not be moved from their positions; they are in their location to avoid utilities underground. If the fire pit/fire ring is removed, we reserve the right to charge the card on file. Firewood is sold at the campground
  • What steps are being taken to reduce waste during the rally?
    One thing that drives us nuts at most camping events is the HUGE amount of waste generated. So, here's a few things we'll do to help reduce our impact: -Utilize reusable banners and signs for the event -Offer recycling of name badges for attendees after the event -Encourage everyone to bring their own reusable dinnerware and drinkware to events -Supplying compostable dinnerware and drinkware to folks who don't bring their own If you have any other suggestions for reducing our impact during this event just let us know!
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