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Old 06-03-2015, 02:15 AM   #61
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It's actually a little east of the "scenic gorge", it's called Boardman RV Park and Marina Boating, RV Camping, Recreation, Columbia River | Boardman Marina Park
We go there at least once a year for a large rally with my husbands co-workers and it's a GREAT park, and very big rig friendly. Huge sites, lots of green grass and clean facilities, great staff. They have been very good to our group over the last many years we go there. I highly recommend it.
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Is it in washington
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Old 06-03-2015, 02:48 AM   #63
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Is it in washington
It's on the Oregon side on I-84 exit #163 I think. Only about 1/2 mile off of the freeway. It's awesome. Free marina parking too if you have a boat.
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It's actually a little east of the "scenic gorge", it's called Boardman RV Park and Marina Boating, RV Camping, Recreation, Columbia River | Boardman Marina Park
We go there at least once a year for a large rally with my husbands co-workers and it's a GREAT park, and very big rig friendly. Huge sites, lots of green grass and clean facilities, great staff. They have been very good to our group over the last many years we go there. I highly recommend it.
A beautiful place on the Columbia is coulee dam south of Wenatchee
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Yes, been there many times! There is a great State Park near there, Steamboat Rock, Washington State's most popular park. Big rig friendly.
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The geographical history there is second to NOWHERE on earth, in my opinion, not to be missed.
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We stayed at steamboat rock many times
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We stay at Boardman every time we go through the gorge. One of my friends brings his boat in the fall and stays for 6 weeks with fishing every day the wind doesn't blow. My wife dearly loves the park and rates are very reasonable.

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Same place and yes close to the same time each year. If it works for everyone, next year it will probably be Aug. 5th - 7th.
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2015 Rally

Hi All -

Happy to let you know that the schedule for the 2015 Redwood Rally has been finalized.

Note...the tour this year will be held at Redwood's new manufacturing facility!!

In addition, Redwood has offered to provide free minor service repairs onsite at the Rally. The request form is attached.

See you at the rally!

2014 Redwood Rally August 6th - 9th

Thursday August 6th
3:00pm 4:00pm: Propane & Propane Safety Terry Cooper
4:00pm 5:00pm: Easy on the Asphalt Jim Koka
6:30pm: ROG Meet & Greet a chance to learn about your Redwood Owners Group

Friday August 7th
9:00am 9:30: Alpha / Roof Maintenance
9:30am 10:30am: Lions Head / Tire Safety & Maintenance
10:30am 10:45am: Break
10:45am 11:30am: RVP & Norcold / Air Conditioners & Refers
11:30am - 1:00am: Lippert / Slide-Out & Level-Up Maintenance
1:00pm 2:00pm: Lunch & Introductions at Campground - lunch provided by Redwood
2:00pm 3:30pm: Open forum with Redwood
4:00pm 5:00pm: ROG Web/Forum workshop Ken Altman
5:30: Dinner provided by Redwood

Saturday August 8th
10:00am 12:00pm: Factory Tours & Display Units: Redwood 1140 W. Lake St. Topeka, IN
1:30pm 3:30pm: Owners Meeting at Campground
3:30pm 4:30pm: My RV Kitchen by Evada Cooper at Campground
4:30 pm 5:30pm: Set up & Break down: Ladies, learn to set up and break camp, w/proper procedures of hooking & unhooking the RV (Men are allowed) by Evada & Terry Cooper
6:30pm: Covered Dish Chew & Chat
Attached Files
File Type: pdf 2015 Redwood Rally Agenda.pdf (151.1 KB, 59 views)
File Type: pdf Minor Service Work - Redwood.pdf (1.08 MB, 70 views)
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