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Camping at RMIHR

2021 Arizona International Harvester Rendezvous

rlireland

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The website says there are "limited" sites with hookups at the Park County Fairgrounds. How many is that? Do you suppose if we arrive before noon on Friday that there will still be some spots available?
We're self-contained so we can also use one of the non-hookups site too.

Roy
 

Will Marsh

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The website says there are "limited" sites with hookups at the Park County Fairgrounds. How many is that? Do you suppose if we arrive before noon on Friday that there will still be some spots available?
We're self-contained so we can also use one of the non-hookups site too.

Roy


Roy,

There are 12 Electrical hookups IIRC. I think they have water too, but I'm not sure of that. We've never sold anywhere close to all of them since we've been back in Fairplay, I think we sold 3 last year.

If you reserve one in your Early Registration we'll make sure you get one. :) I'd be amazed if they were all occupied by Saturday evening.

The grounds officially open for participants Friday at 10AM, but there are a few members of the committee that arrive Thursday and if you're a participant arriving early we won't turn you away. The County Extension that runs the Fairgrounds allows overnight camping for 4H members/groups anyway.

HTH, if you have any other questions just ask. It'll be good to see you again! :)

Will Marsh
 

rlireland

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Thanks Will. That's good to know.
I wasn't sure if the Burro people would be inundating the Fairgrounds too.

Roy
 
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