The following contst results are from the 2012 Sedalis International Rally.
Read more: 2012 Contest Winners
Schedule Changes at Huron
The Vintage Airstream Club Parade - June 26th at 11:30 a.m.
NOT at 1 p.m.
The 59th International Rally will be in Lewisburg, WV at the State Fair Campgrounds.
June 28, 2016 to July 5, 2016
Full Hook-up sites are SOLD OUT!
Dry Camping Online Registration
Rally/Convention Fees for registrations received prior to January 1, 2016, will be $450 for couples, $400 for singles, and $120 for each additional adult. Rally/Convention fees for the first 500 to register include FULL HOOK-UP. The first 500 registrants include FULL HOOK-UP. Registrants 500 to 660 will have water, electric, and pump outs. Dry campers will have full access to all Rally events and be parked with convenient access to restrooms and shower houses. STANDBY LIST: Registered dry campers will be on a standby list. If in the event a full amenity vacancy occurs registants will have the option to upgrade for an additional fee.
Rally Fees received after January 1, 2016, will be $470 for couples, $420 for singles, and $120 for additional adults.
Through the courtesy of Airstream, Inc., all members pre-registering on or before January 1, 2016, will be eligible to participate in a drawing for up to a total of $2,000 in awards. The award may be redeemed at any Airstream Dealership or at the Jackson Center Service Facility for parts and service.
Free parking in the Bull Pen, with no services, is permitted for the night before your parking date. Additional nights prior to your parking date will be at the rate of $25.00/night, payable at verification..
FEE REFUND POLICY All rally/convention fee refund requests must be postmarked by May 15, 2016, and must include the complete Rally pass. All cancellations will be assessed a $30.00 administrative fee. There will be no refunds if postmarked after May 15 except as approved by the International Rally Committee.
2016 Lewisburg International Rally Reg Dry
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The Greenbrier Valley is made up of five communities: Alderson, Lewisburg, Rainelle, Ronceverte and White Sulphur Springs. Each is an eclectic small town that offers unique shopping, wonderful dining, vibrant art scenes and great outdoor recreation. Once you arrive in Lewisburg, you can head for the Visitors Center downtown (Court and Washington Streets) and pick up lots of information by speaking with the specialists there and asking questions about things to do, pick up literature and buy souvenirs. (Access their welcome video at www.greenbrierwv.com)
There are more than 50 attractions to appeal to a wide range of interests. Here a just a few:
Greenbrier Valley Farmer’s Market is open Wednesday (3-7) and Saturday (8-1) April through October at the County Greenspace at the corner of 219 and Arbuckle Lane, Lewisburg. Vegetables, fruit, meats, eggs, plants and flowers grown by organic producers in the valley.
Greenbrier River Trail is a 78 mile trail along the Greenbrier River. Originally part of the C&O Rail Systems, thistrail provides access for fishing and canoeing. It is open for hiking, biking, cross country skiing and horseback riding. www.greenbrierrailtrailstatepark.com
Greenbrier Bowling and Recreation Center offers billiards, pro-shop, bowling and on-site dining. GreenbrierBowlingCenter.com
Confederate Cemetery is a cross-shaped mass grave of 95 once unknown soldiers who were killed during the 1862Battle of Lewisburg.
Andrew Lewis Park includes the town’s original spring that supplied water to the original settlers...
Azulyn Day Spa offers relaxing experiences for facials, massages, manicures, pedicures, etc. AzulynDaySpa.com
Downtown Lewisburg offers over 50 award winning restaurants, art galleries, boutiques, antique shops and sidewalkcafes...America’s Coolest Small Town!
Greenbrier Valley Theatre – official professional theatre productions, art exhibits, and more...
Herns Mill Covered Bridge (1884) is one of the only two covered bridges remaining in the county...2.6 miles fromdowntown.
Lost World Caverns is a designated National Natural Landmark...self-guided tours available...two miles north ofLewisburg.
White Oak Blueberry Farms offers pick your own blueberries from July to August...picking buckets and bags pro-vided...304-497-3577.
Sunshine Farm and Gardens is a 60 acre private arboretum and botanic garden of more than 10,000 plants from around the world...12.9 miles north of Lewisburg.
Watts Roost Vineyard offers award winning wine made from French hybrid grapes.
North House Museum is an 1820 National Register home displaying period furniture, textiles, Civil War items, historicwagons and decorative arts.
Riverview Golf Driving Range offers over 300 yards of target greens, grass, trees and putting green.
So you see, there’s something for everyone! And that’s just some of what’s in Lewisburg...
The excitement is building! We are only months away from the 59 th International WBCCI Rally in Lewisburg, West Virginia. I’m going to highlight several “must-do” WBCCI events/places in the coming months, so that your visit to this beautiful part of the country will be complete! While you will enjoy the seminars, entertainment and vendors who will be at International, there are other beautiful side trips you would want to make while in this part of God’s creation... one of them would beThe Greenbrier...America’s Resort!Here is an escape in White Sulphur Springs that you could enjoy before, during or after the Rally...a place a world away from modern life...four o’clock teas, gala banquets and garden parties - reminding one of the quiet years following the Civil War, hallmarks of a long-gone age!
The columns looming above the front entrance are just a glimpse of what to expect. Designed by the son of Benjamin Henry Latrobe, the architect of the U.S. Capitol, The Greenbrier is monumental in scale. Lobbies and galleries, one after another, invite you to wander deeper into its interior to immerse yourself, to mingle, to rejoice in the graciousness of Southern hospitality. The parlors, ballrooms and 710 guest rooms are outfitted to impress. Jacqueline Kennedy’s social secretarysaid, “The Greenbrier...is one of the known, proven, hotels for executive entertaining.” Twenty-six presidents have visited the resort as have royalty and foreign dignitaries such as Indira Ghandi, Prince Ranier and Princess Grace of Monaco.
Wander its 10,000 acre grounds...carriages escort sightseers among historic cottages, past five world class golf courses and into the mountains of the Monongahela National Forest beyond. Behind the scenes, the staff works around the clock to maintain a delicate order. The hotel and grounds are spectacular, but there’s a lot that you can’t see...especially...
The Bunker...During the height of the Cold War, the U.S. Government built a relocation facility for Congress at The Greenbrier and today the resort offers tours of this once top-secret bunker. The 112,544 square foot bunker was maintained in a constant state of readiness for more than 30 years. The bunker included 18 dormitories designed to accommodate more than 1100 people. The facility also contained a power plant, communications area, clinic, meeting rooms, and lounges. The bunker’s location remained a secret until May, 1992, when The Washington Post published an article “The Lost Resort”, exposing the facility. In 1995, the U.S. Government ended the lease agreement with The Greenbrier, and later that year, the resort began offering tours. The cost of the tour is $30.00 per adult and $15.00 per child ages 10-18. Minimum age is 10 years. Cameras, cell phones, and electronic devices are not permitted. For information and reservations, call 800-624-6070.
World Class DiningLed by a world renowned Executive Chef, the Main Dining Room is the epitome of Greenbrier cuisine in an elegant setting. Breakfast and dinner are enjoyed along with a spectacular view of three championship golf courses. A modern Asian restaurant serves innovative Pacific Rim dishes and sushi. Prime 44 West is a supreme steakhouse and traditional Southern fare is served at Draper’s. The Forum features classic dishes and hand-tossed pizza prepared in a coal-fired oven. Reservations are required for dinner in all of The Greenbrier’s restaurants and may be secured by calling 800-624-6070.
Greenbrier SpaThis 40,000 square foot, five star mineral spa offers a wide range of relaxing and therapeutic services. Relax and rejuvenate with a summer’s Chocolate Covered Strawberries Body Wrap! The clinic offers aesthetic procedures, including Botox Cosmetic, Restylane, and Perlane, microdermabrasion, chemical peels and laser photo rejuvenation. For more information, to purchase gift certificates or to make a reservation, please call 800-624-6070.
The Casino ClubThis club mixes world class gaming, live entertainment, international cuisines, and designer boutiques to create the grandest casino experience in the world. 320 state-of-the-art casino machines, 37 table games including black jack, roulette, baccarat, three card poker, and Texas Hold ‘Em are available. Well, there you have it! A fantastic destination for you as you plan your trip to Lewisburg, West Virginia. Our President Jim Schwerdfeger and First Lady Raisin are waiting to greet you! And they want you to have a great time...
The 2017 International Rally will be at the fairgrounds in Escanaba, MI.
Please note: the dates are July 22nd - 29th, 2017
More details will be announced at the 2016 International Rally
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