“Come and Go” Caravans

Shorter “come and go” caravans allow participants to join, leave and/or re-join the caravan at any point. This ideal for working members or those with limited time.  Members of units in adjoining states may choose to join a short caravan as it nears their home state. 

Participants may be responsible for their own campsite reservations at state parks, thereby taking responsibility for cancellation.   They also pay individualized rally fees based on the activities in which they participated.    

Spreadsheets and a shorter time period make this easier for caravan leaders to calculate.  

For additional information on "come and go" caravans contact the ECC at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


 

To advertise your short caravan, send information to Marion Pember at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

FOLLOWING ARE DESCRIPTIONS OF SHORT CARAVANS AVAILABLE TO JOIN.

WHAT A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO GET OUT AND TRAVEL!  MARION PEMBER

 

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Central Indiana Unit Caravan

A Taste of Limestone Country Oct. 7 - 16, 2016

Please join us for the 2016 Central Indiana Unit “hop-on hop-off” caravan as we visit Indiana’s limestone country from Bloomington to Corydon.
•    Join and leave the caravan as your schedule permits. There will be a separate “rally fee” for each day, which will be collected on the last day when all costs are known.
•    You will need to make your own reservations at the campgrounds.
•    We have planned many activities for the group and many more alternative things for you to see and enjoy on your own.

Stop 1 – Bloomington, Indiana
Paynetown State Recreation Area
4850 South State Rd 446, Bloomington, IN 47374
6 nights Friday Oct. 7 – Wednesday Oct. 12

Our home base is on Lake Monroe with opportunities for hiking, biking, and boating.  Bloomington offers selections for a wide variety of “tastes” – limestone architecture, museums (fine art, history, geology), WonderLab Museum of Science Health and Technology, Tibetan culture, international food, wineries, and even the Kinsey Institute!

In Spring Mill State Park we’ll visit the pioneer village with its limestone grist mill plus the Gus Grissom museum. Bedford offers quarries, caves, cemeteries with beautiful limestone carvings, plus a display of vintage tools and photographs of carvers as they worked on various national landmarks built from Indiana limestone.

Stop 2 – Corydon, Indiana
O’Bannon Woods State Park
7234 Old Forest Road SW, Corydon, IN 47112
3 nights Thursday Oct. 13 – Saturday Oct. 15

Visit the territorial capitol for the Indiana Bicentennial!  Lots of historic places including the Corydon Capitol State Historic Site and the site of the only Civil War battle in Indiana. There are three more caves, more wineries, a glass studio and spectacular scenery along the Ohio River. There will be free time for antiquing, hiking, biking, fall festivals, and more.


Register online at  http://centralind.wbcci.net/
Or email Ann Newman at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Category: Short Caravans

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