Rally activities and events will include displays of new RV products, informative and educational seminars on all aspects of RV living, new RVs and more. Nightly entertainment will cap off busy days, and numerous side trips will be available.
Special activities are planned for Early Bird Days, July 20-21. Favorite Rally events returning for 2010 include the Rally’s Got Talent contest, Rally Dog Show, a golf tournament, special events for President’s Club Day and Good Sam Club Day and special youth activities.
Louisville, Kentucky: Located on the Ohio River between St. Louis and Cincinnati, Louisville is easily accessible from Interstates 65, 64 and 71. The area offers many attractions, including the Louisville Zoo, Churchill Downs and Kentucky Derby Museum, the Louisville Slugger Museum, the Belle of Louisville riverboat cruise, J.B. Speed Art Museum, IMAXLouisville, visit gotolouisville.com. Theater, Riverbats baseball at Slugger Field, Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, Actors Theater, the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, the Muhammad Ali Center, Frazier Museum of International History, Riverwalk and Riverfront Park, a wide variety of dining experiences and abundant shopping. For more information about things to see and do in Louisville, visit gotolouisville.com.
Rally prices start at only $179 for two adults dry camping July 22-25; with 30-amp electrical hook-up, $359. Prices include RV parking plus admittance to all events and entertainment. Day passes are also available for only $69 per person for those who park their RV off-site and also include admittance to all events and entertainment. Dry camping during Early Bird Days July 20-21 is only $35; with 30-amp electrical hook-up, $75.
For more information about The Rally 2010 and to make your reservation online, visit therally.com. The Rally is sponsored by Camping World President’s Club, Good Sam Club, Coast to Coast, MotorHome and Trailer Life magazines, Woodall’s and Camp Club USA.