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ARVC Michigan to host fall meeting in Monroe

ARVC Michigan to host fall meeting in Monroe

BAY CITY, Mich. — The Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds of Michigan (ARVC Michigan) is hosting its annual membership meeting and campground tours Oct. 19 to 20, in Monroe, Mich.

The 2014 program starts with the Cracker Barrel the evening of Oct. 19, and a question and answer session for owners and operators to share information and exchange ideas.

The membership meeting begins first thing Oct. 20, followed by attendees touring five campgrounds throughout the Monroe area. The day ends with a networking dinner at Links At Lake Erie Golf Course.

ARVC Michigan member campgrounds participating in the campground tours are:

  • Monroe County / Toledo North KOA
  • Totem Pole Park
  • River Raisin Canoe Livery & Campground
  • River Raisin Marina & Campground
  • Harbortown RV Resort

Attendees also have an opportunity to hear from event sponsors during their tours. As of July 31, the sponsors are: Future Insurance Agency, Inc. and Lansing Sanitary Supply, Inc.

Registration opens Sept. 2, with a deadline of Oct. 13. Late registration pricing begins Oct. 14. Walk-ins are welcome; however registrations are subject to the late registration fee plus a $10 walk-in fee.

For more information, contact the ARVC Michigan office at 989.619.2608 or info@michcampgrounds.com.

SOURCE: Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds of Michigan press release

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