Llano, Texas Earth Art Festival and Rock Stacking Championship
Dates and Place later.
July 8 to 15, 2018
Where: Scenic Hills RV Park, 4483 TR367 Millersburg, Ohio 4465. 330-893-3607
Hello to all of those Travel Supreme members who are considering or planning on going to the Amish Gathering we are hosting next summer in our favorite Amish country – I know this is a little early, but I thought it would be a benefit to you to have the information on reservations for next summer – This RV park is closed Nov. 1 through April 1 – I would suggest that if you plan to attend, that you go ahead and make your reservations before November, as it is a very popular RV Park and usually full of RVers.
They are holding the following sites for us until May 1: 50 AMP sites –37, 39, 41, 49, 52, 54, 59, 61, 62, 63, 64 30 AMP sites – 38, 40, 55, 56 Super sites – Site N, Site O (Super sites have a slab patio and they are right by the road, so you can see the Amish horses and buggies as much as you would like.)
Cost: 30 and 50 amp are $38 per day – by staying 7 days, you will receive a discount and it will be $210 for the 7 days. Super Sites are $45 a day – by staying 7 days, you will receive a discount and it will be $290 for the 7 days. You can go to their website and see a site map of the RV Park and directions to the park. Reservations must be made for each individual camper by May 1, 2018 in order to be assigned a site with the group. A $30 deposit must be received by June 1, 2018 for each reservation with the group. Balance is due upon arrival with check or cash, since they DO NOT accept credit cards. When calling to make reservations mention Travel Supreme Gathering and my (Judy Gamble) name.
Their cancellation policy: “We must receive a phone call 48 hours prior to arrival date notifying us of a cancellation – At that time, the deposit will be put on camper’s account as a credit for a future reservation, with no expiration date. We do not mail refunds – If we are not notified by the specified time frame, the deposit will be forfeited. I hope the above information will be helpful to you and answer a lot of your questions”
We look forward to hosting the gathering and visiting with all of you. We will have lots of tourism information prepared that you will be given upon arrival. There are lots of fun and interesting things to do in Holmes County Ohio, the largest Amish settlement in the world, with well over 40,000 Amish in that one county.
Hosts: Irby and Judy Gamble
July 16 – 22, 2018
Elkhart, Indiana Gathering
Join us in the summer of 2018 for a jam-packed choice of events in Elkhart, Indiana. Elkhart is the center of RV manufacturing and the Indiana Amish country. Tour one or several of the RV factories. Shop an RV surplus store for items you “have” to have. Visit the fantastic RV Hall of Fame and Museum to see displays of RVs from the early 1900’s to the present. Take a guided tour of the Indiana Amish countryside where you can visit an Amish home. Attend the midwest’s largest flea market in Shipshewana. See a play about Amish life at the Round Barn Theatre. Travel 22 miles to South Bend, IN and tour the Notre Dame campus, visit the Studebaker National Museum, and/or tour historic houses including the 38 room 19th century Oliver Mansion or the Worker’s Home depicting life of a 1930’s factory worker. Campground reservations won’t open until 2018 but be sure and put these dates on your planning schedule.
Hosts for the gathering are David & Deanne Phillips.
July 21-27, 2019 – Buena Vista, Colorado
Mt. Princeton RV Park
30380 Co Rd 383
Buena Vista, CO 81211
Ten spots are reserved for July 21-27, 2019! We’ve received exciting reports about the many things to do & see in the area. And who doesn’t want to experience the cool summer Colorado weather! Mark the dates on your calendar, make your reservations (mention you want one of the sites blocked by Lou Butaud) and plan on attending the Buena Vista Gathering.
Hosts: Lou & Carol Butaud and Jim & Tina Hoover
Plans are being made for a tour of the actual size replica of the Biblical Noah’s Ark in Kentucky. It is seven stories high and longer than a football field, think two. It was built in an area with few RV Parks so having trouble getting a site. Also, plan to go with this to tour the Creation Museum about 45 minutes away closer to Cincinnati, Ohio, but still in Kentucky. This would also be a good time to travel on up to the Amish country in Ohio.. Just need to settle on a date and tie things down on where we can stay as a group. Hope you might be interested in this.