Sounds like fun! What weather and temperatures may we expect at that location during that time of year?
It definitely gets cold at night here in February. It can dip down near freezing but we can snuggle in our bunks with heaters. AND each campsite has a hibachi and fire pit and, of course, we'll have a group fire. Plus there's the clubhouse to keep the elements at bay. The days are usually very mild and pleasant at that time of year --the locals' favorite.
Hey All! Now that we are through the New Year's Rally (a huge success...thanks, Louis & Sergio!)...we are focusing on the next rally, the Jammer Jam, 15-18 Feb 2013 (President's Day Weekend) at Lo Lo Mai Springs Outdoor Resort near Cornville, AZ.
There is a PDF of a flier for downloading in post #1 of this thread...it has all the information you need to register and get yourself signed up.
Be sure to sign up on the Forums Sign-up Page...so Forums Members can see who's going...
And you can CLICK HERE to see who's "officially" registered so far.
This is going to be a GREAT rally to we hope for a good turnout.'
This is a WBCCI rally. However, if you are not a member of WBCCI, but have an Airstream and would like to attend, please contact me and we'll work with you to get you there as a guest.
Drag out your best PJs!
__________________ TB & Greg and Abbey Schnauzer
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Travel Log: AZBambi...On the Road Again
Steve and I made a trip to Lo Lo Mai to walk the grounds again and check our list of ralliers against theirs. We are getting a big turnout for this new rally and are looking at taking over the "electric and water only" sites at this point, in addition to the full-hookups. This area is right on Oak Creek. It is actually even a nicer area (if that's possible) under the huge trees (sadly, they are bare but you can just imagine how beautiful it is when you are under all that in GREEN, we have!). We are moving ourselves to it (saving Site 101, near the Clubhouse). If anyone wants to be down by the water w/out the sewer hookups, please let us know. There is still a dump station on the property. These are larger sites than even the others which are more generous already than many campgrounds. By our count, we are up to 30 rigs (63 ralliers); they are counting 27 rigs paid. We are right on the edge of having that many full-hookups. So, if you'd like to move to the no sewer zone, let us know. This is NOT like a way-out-in-the-boonies area. It is all a very pleasant short walk to the group fire, (each has its own fire pit just like all the other sites), the Clubhouse, showers, laundry, the pond and springs, etc.
19 DAYS and we'll be JAMMIN'!!!
Lo Lo Mai just told me that we are now full in the electric/water/sewer sites. From now on, there will only be electric/water sites. Please see the description above if you would still like to join us or if you choose to move to these sites.
15 DAYS and we'll be JAMMIN'!!!
I think Tamara said that there is no problem. I don't see a problem. We have a 50 gal fresh and 25 grey and 25 black tanks. We have never had problems even staying out for 9 days we haven't had a problem. We'll take a non sewer site.