Event Schedule



GLAAC Club and Affiliate members have priority in event reservations. If you are not a member please contact the Events Chair at events.glaac@gmail.com


August 13 – 17: Holloway’s RV Park in Big Bear
10 Full Hook-Up Sites. No-Host Event

Enjoy one of the most romantic and family fun getaways in the Big Bear Mountains with your private RV site sitting right at Big Bear Lake with spectacular views. There is a convenience store within walking distance and many restaurants and attractions nearby. Plus, of course, you’re directly next to Holloway’s Marina where you can rent boats, go fishing, take a tour of the lake and more!

Due to current social distancing rules, this will not be a typical hosted event with potlucks and provided meals.  Jo Salzer is a Big Bear resident and is working closely with Holloway’s.  She is available to field any questions @ 909-702-5095.

To make reservations, contact Holloway’s directly at 909-866-5706 Thursday- Monday during business hrs of 8:00 am – 7:30 pm. and ask for Sue. Tell her that you are a member of GLAAC and would like to make a reservation for the club event. The sites are $60/night.  Payment information must be provided at the time the reservation is made. ALL RESERVATIONS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE. If we have a waitlist, there is a possibility of transfers.   If there isn’t a waitlist, you will be able to reschedule for 2021 or later this fall if space is available.

Once you have made a reservation, please send an e-mail to Events.GLAAC@gmail.com.   If your plans change, please send an email so we can check the waitlist before cancelling with Holloway’s.


September 8 – 13th: Alumapalooza in Jackson Center Ohio

Alumapalooza® is an annual event held at the Airstream, Inc. factory in Jackson Center, Ohio! Produced with the support of Airstream, Inc., Airstream Life magazine, and other sponsors, it is five days of Airstream fun. Click here to register http://alumapalooza.com/registration/


September 10 -14: Fallen Leaf Campground, Tahoe
Reserve On-Line on March 10th (See Below)
Hosts & co-hosts needed

This campground is situated on the north shore of Fallen Leaf Lake and adjacent to Taylor Creek. The south shore of Lake Tahoe is less than a mile away. Fallen Leaf Lake is less crowded and not as well-known as Lake Tahoe, making this a great base camp for exploring the many sights and recreational activities in the area. To reserve your sites go on-line on March 10th at 07:00 am at: https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/232769


October 5 – 9: Sequoia Ranch RV
Reservation Info Below
Hosts: Jean & Alan Amundsen; Marion & Don Kuhns

Nestled in the Sierra Nevada foothills only 8 miles from the entrance of Sequoia National Park Sequoia RV Ranch offers fun and relaxing camping in a breathtaking natural setting. Open year-round, the ranch offers spacious and secluded campsites, many of which are positioned along the picturesque Kaweah River. Along with the hiking, biking, rafting, and expansive wildlife found at Sequoia National Park, a spring-fed swimming hole and a fishing hole are located on site, and nearby Kaweah Lake boasts excellent boating and water-skiing as well. To reserve your site call (559) 561-4333 or go on-line and book your stay at: http://www.sequoiarvranch.com/


October 21 – 25: Region 12 Rally–Emerald Desert RV Park in Palm Desert
Hosts: San Diego Airstream Club

Emerald Desert, located on 33 picturesque acres, is just minutes from all the fun of Palm Desert. Cool off in the sparkling pool and spa, perfect your game on the putting green or driving range, and even let your furry friends run around the fenced-in dog parks.
Registration is on the new Region 12 website: https://airstreamclub.org/2020-region-12-rally and will be open until September 11. The rally is limited to 70 rigs, so sign up soon!


November 12 – 16: Newport Dunes RV Resort, Newport Beach
25 Full Hook-Up Sites.

Hosts: Steve & Paula Hammer; Jim Cahill & Linda Rendleman 

Located in the heart of Newport Beach, Newport Dunes RV Resort is nestled on the scenic Back Bay, packed with unrivaled features and activities for fun and relaxation. The resort’s amenities include swimming pools, whirlpool spa, beach, wave less swimming lagoon, market, watersports rentals, marina, boat launch, on-site waterfront dining at the Back Bay Bistro, and year-round recreational activities for all ages.


December 10 – 14: Pismo Coast Village RV Resort, Pismo Beach 
“Event Fee Free” for Members & Affiliates
GLAAC’s Annual Holiday Party.
25 full hook-up sites. Hosts & co-hosts needed

 This award winning, nationally recognized resort is conveniently located within walking distance from downtown Pismo Beach shopping, restaurants, and the famous Pismo Pier.

Pismo Coast Village RV Resort also offers many great amenities including a General Store, restaurant, heated pool, arcade, laundromat, bicycle rentals, and miniature golf.

Relax to the sound of the surf, scent of the salt air, and the feel of an ocean breeze. It won’t take long to find you have discovered a unique RV camping paradise on the ocean.

This is our annual holiday party that is filled with great food, caroling, GLAAcademy Awards, steal-a-gift, and great times around the campfire!


Looking Ahead to 2021!

January 21-24: Santee Lakes Campground, Santee

Full hook-up sites
Hosts and Co-HostsNeeded

Let’s start out the New Year at a new location. Santee Lakes campground is part of the Santee Lakes Recreation Preserve 190 acre park. Amenities including camping, cabin rentals, fishing, boating, walking trails, and approximately 230 bird species. Santee Lakes is 20 miles northeast of San Diego so there is plenty to explore in the park and close by.

Reservations open on the 1st of the month 6 months in advance. On-line reservations can be made a few hours earlier at 8:00 pm on the last day of the month. Park office number is 619-596-3141. Reserve a site in the Willow Loop area Sites 141-166. Send an email to Events.GLAAC@gmail.com, confirming your reservation and please include your site number.

2021 Rates have not been posted but for reference, 2020 rates for a standard Back-in spot are $53 Sunday – Thursday and $57 for weekends plus a 10% occupancy tax. The total is due at the time of booking.


RESERVATIONS OPEN JULY 31STAT 8:00 pm for online or 8:00 am for call-in on AUGUST 1ST!


February 11-15: Death Valley NP – Furnace Creek Campground
Host and Co-Host Needed

Hottest, Driest, and Lowest National Park. In this below-sea-level basin, steady drought and record summer heat make Death Valley a land of extremes. Yet, each extreme has a striking contrast. Towering peaks are frosted with winter snow. Rare rainstorms bring vast fields of wildflowers. Lush oases harbor tiny fish and refuge for wildlife and humans. Despite its morbid name, a great diversity of life survives in Death Valley. Our arrival date aligns with the New Moon! Fingers crossed for great stargazing.

The Furnace Creek Campground has 136 sites, some are designated for tents only. There are only 18 sites with Full Hook-ups of which 3 are ADA. The majority of the RV sites are non-electric. Fresh water and a dump station are available. Sites are released for reservation on a 6 month rolling calendar. You need to book a site in AUGUST . Make sure to set up an account and check out the website and campsites in advance of the date the reservations open. Keep in mind that due to the rolling calendar, not all sites are reserveable on a given day! Reserve your site on-line at : https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/232496

Please send a note to Events.GLAAC@gmail.com with your reservation information.


Where does your wanderlust take you? Where are those special places you revisit? Suggestions? Please share your favorites, or places on your wish list, on the GLAAC Facebook page, or contact our Event Chair, Paula Hammer, at Events.GLAAC@gmail.com


Look Where We’ve Been!

To check out some of the great places we’ve been to, simply click on the links below:

2018 Event Schedule

2019 Event Schedule

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