With big-city amenities and a small-town feel, Syracuse has plenty to offer RVers arriving for the Camping World/Good Sam Rally, June 13 through 16.
Thousands of RV enthusiasts and Good Sam members will converge on the Empire Expo Center, home to the Great New York State Fair, to tour hundreds of new RVs, peruse the latest RV gear and enjoy a full slate of RV seminars. And of course, let's not forget the world-class entertainment. Reba
, the Queen of Country, is back for an encore performance after wowing the crowd last year at Florida's Daytona International Speedway. Legendary entertainer Wayne Newton
will also take the stage to show Rally-goers why he earned the nickname Mr. Los Vegas.
Registrations start at only $199*, which includes four days of camping and all the festivities. As a limited time special offer, you may be able to come to the Rally and camp for FREE!
* Call a Rally representative at 800-701-1399 today to see if you qualify; hurry, space is limited. (*Early bird days and electric are available at an additional cost.)
Syracuse, New York
Home to the first Rally in the Northeast, Syracuse sits on the shores of Onondaga Lake and boasts museums, historical landmarks and countless other attractions that make arriving early well worth it.
Take a walk along the winding trail into the gorge for an up-close look at Chittenango Falls, the 167-foot waterfall centerpiece of Chittenango Falls State Park in Cazenovia — just 20 miles southeast of Syracuse. Cross the footbridge and return to the top for a panoramic view. Be sure to stop and marvel at the rocky outcrops, cliffs and other geologic wonders at Clark Reservation State Park in Jamesville.
If baseball is more your style, cheer on the home team while watching the Syracuse Chiefs in a minor league baseball game at Alliance Bank Stadium. Visit the Flavors of Syracuse stand for a pulled pork sandwich with Dinosaur-Bar-B-Que sauce or the famed local Hofmann coney.
Step aboard a full-size canal boat and experience history within the Erie Canal Museum. Housed in the Weighlock Building, itself listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the museum's hands-on exhibits preserve the influence of the Erie Canal on the history of central New York — and the United States.
Yeah, now that's what I'm talking about!! Anyone going?