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Old 11-08-2017, 07:57 PM   #15
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Frank & Mike, I second what you said about Northern Illinois. I have to because
Dave signed me up in the unit. I might add, Dana and I are in charge of the second camp out at the Thomson Causeway (COE) Thomson Il.
We have already reserved our site overlooking the Mighty Mississippi.
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Old 11-12-2017, 12:36 PM   #16
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We've experienced all kinds. Our next two 4CU rallies are at state parks. (Don't know about the ones later because the schedule isn't out yet.) On the other hand, we used to host some DenCO rallies at our former RV park. It was, well, party central at the house. Never seen so much food!

So I guess the bottom line is that you can do either kind as long as the rally is organized so as to take advantage of what a given venue has to offer. Surely, though, you'd want some variety of some kind, whether involving camping spot or activity or whathaveyou.


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Old 11-16-2017, 02:51 PM   #17
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Reservations for National Forest campgrounds and many state parks are handled by a third party reservation system. It is virtually impossible to block out specific sites for a group function. There are a lot of NFS group picnic areas, but only a few nearby campsites. When the San Juan National Forest holds their volunteer appreciation picnic, they actually go through the reservation system to book the group picnic site. There are first come sites at most NFS campgrounds and the Ranger was right to remove the signs.

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