Need relief from those RV park and resort rallies? Come boondocking with the Sierra Nevada Unit at its Fort Sage Rally in the high desert region of northeastern California. The rally will be held Thursday April 17th through Sunday the 20th at the Fort Sage Special Management Area (BLM). Fort Sage is located near Doyle, CA just off of US-395 halfway between Susanville, CA and Reno, NV. The recreation area consists of approximately 22,000 acres of public land that is managed primarily for off highway vehicle use (designated roads and trails only) and winter deer range.
Sierra Nevada Unit rallies include a seemingly bottomless coffee carafe, informal potlucks and camp fires for rally guests who may choose between relaxing in the campsite and the recreational activities offered by the area. The Unit will hold a short membership meeting Saturday afternoon. Cost is $5 per night per rig.
Camping at the Fort Sage Trailhead is primitive; fire pits and pit toilets are available to campground guests. Have your potable water tanks full, your black and grey water tanks empty, fully charged batteries and be prepared to practice conservation of resources, water and energy, for the weekend. April April brings Spring to the Sierra Nevada and local mountains. Expect daytime temperatures in the mid 60's; low 30's at night. The rally is open to SNU and WBCCI members; other Airstream owners and potential owners are welcome as our guests.
You can find more information in the Rally Calendar pages at http://www.airforums.com/forums/cale...&day=2008-4-17