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Old 04-16-2019, 08:07 PM   #1
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Questions That First Timers Ask

For all of you out there that are attending your first rally, you probably have lots of questions. First and foremost, signing up is only the first step. As the rally schedule gets finalized, there will be a request for coordinators. The best way to get the most out of the rally is to get involved. You will meet more people, make more friends and connections. No experience necessary. Each coordinator will be looking for assistants. Donít feel like being a coordinator, be an assistant. As for activities, there are three types for the most part - meals, tours and seminars. I have never heard of anyone coming to Rally and going home hungry. To know how many are coming, usually meals and tours require you to sign up for them. Seminars are usually open. So, donít register and figure youíll just show up. You need to watch for signups, as some are limited to a certain number of people. Signups will be posted as the activity is finalized. Many activities require the commitment of Keystoneís vendors and they may not be able to schedule until a month before rally. Be patient. We have been to a few of these Rallies and you will get out of it what you put into it. Site assignments is the one item that everyone is always interested in - where will I be and who will I be near? Well, my experience has been that outside of handicap considerations, being involved in activities is usually taken into consideration for site assignments. Also, the tendency is to put first timers near veteran rally attendees. I hope this helps answer some questions for our first time attendees. We were all first timers at one point. Looking forward to meeting new friends.
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Old 04-17-2019, 04:29 PM   #2
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Thanks for the post. We are first timers and can't wait!
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Old Today, 06:21 PM   #3
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My wife and I just signed up - and we're first-timers.
Is there a description of the facilities?
Are there hookups?

Thank You!
Steve & Terri
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Old Today, 06:46 PM   #4
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Thanks! We were wondering what to expect as this is our first. We have heard good things for other rallys as we have traveled around and are looking forward to this event!
Rick & Sharon
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SteveandTerri--- Please read over some of the other posts concerning the Rally. Everyone will have a full hookup--electric(50 and 30 amp), water and sewer. The only catch is that ALL SITES are back in sites and all of the hookups are at the rear of each site, so bring extra sewer hose and extra fresh water hose.

For a description of the facilities, you can go to the Elkhart County 4-H Fairgrounds and see the layout of the complete fairgrounds and campgrounds. We will be posting the sites that each attendee will have later this summer and possibly even a couple weeks before the Fall Rally itself. The sites are assigned by the Wagon Master Team.

Harlow-- If you go into the postings of the previous Fall Rallies you will see what they have offered and hopefully things to happen at this years Fall Rally. Looking forward to meeting all of the first time attendees and the previous attendees also. See you in September.
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Old Today, 10:43 PM   #6
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Here is the link to the campground web page - http://www.4hfairgrounds.com/. Full hookups, 30/50 amp, water and sewer. Just bring extra hose as the connections are behind your rig.
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