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



May 21-24: Silver Lake RV Resort, June Lake Loop, Mono County
10 Full Hook-up Sites, Daily Rate is $51.52/night
No-host Event

Silver Lake snuggles up against the base of Carson Mountain. The Silver Lake Resort is the oldest “fishing retreat” in the region and first opened in 1916!  The resort is family owned and operated. In addition to the campground, they have a general store and café. There is a lot to do in Mono County:  fishing, boating, kayaking, biking and horse back riding.  www.silverlakeresort.net

With the challenges that COVID has presented to our club rallies and the fact that it’s unlikely that we will be able to hold a typical club event in May a decision was made to offer this opportunity to the first 10 members that express interest. If you are interested please email Events.GLAAC@gmail.com.  


June 24-28: East Fork Campground (Inyo National Forest). Dry Camping but flush toilets are available.
Host and Co-Host needed.

From Bishop or Mammoth Lakes, California, follow U.S. Highway 395 (about 30 miles north of Bishop). Take the Tom’s Place exit and go 6 miles on Rock Creek Road

This beautifully wooded area is dense with pine and fir trees, with aspens that turn golden and shimmer in the fall. Sitting at an elevation of 8,900 ft., East Fork offers views of the taller mountain peaks that surround it. The campground is adjacent to the clear, cold and cascading Rock Creek, which originates in the John Muir Wilderness and runs for 22 miles through the bottom of Rock Creek Canyon.

Reserve your site at Recreation.gov in December. The campground has four loops and sites with varying lengths. Recommended sites are: 103, 107, 108, 111-114, 116, 118, 120-123. Check the site descriptions on Recreation.gov and https://www.campsitephotos.com/campground/ca/east-fork/ before making your reservation.

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


July 17-24: 64th International Rally Lebanon, TN


Details at https://airstreamclub.org/lebanon


August 12-16: Morro Bay State Beach Campground Beach Camping along the northern coast. Morro Bay State Park features lagoon and natural bay habitat. The bay’s most prominent landmark is Morro Rock. The park offers both electric and water sites as well as dry camping. Book your site at ReserveCalifornia.com in February.


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


September  9-13: Fallen Leaf Lake, South Lake Tahoe

After our September 2020 event was cancelled due to the closure of all national forests, Fallen Leaf is back on the schedule….   
Book your sites at Recreation.gov in March!

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


September 30 – October 6: Monterey County Fair RV Park, Monterey
25 Full Hook-up Sites, $58.50/night 

Monterey is a gem on the California Central Coast!  There is so much to explore and enjoy.  Old Fisherman’s Wharf, Cannery Row, Monterey Bay Aquarium, white sand beaches and the beautiful blue Pacific Ocean.  We will have 6 nights to take it all in and then if you so choose meander your way down to Paso Robles for the Region 12 Rally.

3/1/2021  25 Sites filled!  If you would like to be put on the  Waitlist please send a note to Events.GLAAC@gmail.com


October 6-10: Region 12 Rally Cava Robles, Paso Robles
More Information to follow but Save the Date!


November  October 28– November 1: Kenney Grove County Park, Fillmore
16 sites with Water and Power
Hosts: Helen & Ralph Perri, Pam & Dennis Pall

Halloween Party on the Agenda! 4/27/2021 – Registration open for Members and Affiliates. Contact Events.GLAAC@gmail.com  if you need additional information  


December 2- 6: Bonelli Bluff RV Resort, San Dimas 
25 Full Hook-up sites 

Hosts: Zaynea and Rizwan Niazi, Andromeda and Glenn Stevens,  Paula and Steve Hammer

I’ll Airstreams might be the inspiration for Bonelli Bluffs logo! Located in the 1975 acre Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park. There is lots to explore in addition to biking, hiking, bird watching, golfing and fishing. We have reserved 25 sites in the Bluffs area and a new group pavilion should be completed by the time of our event.  More information to follow but Save the Date!


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

2020 Event Schedule

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