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Meadville KOA hosts vintage RV rally, car show

Meadville KOA hosts vintage RV rally, car show

MEADVILLE, Pa. — The Meadville KOA Campground will host its vintage car show and RV rally June 3 at the campground, located at 25164 State Route 27 in Meadville.

All campers with restored, vintage recreational vehicles (pre-1980) are invited to attend.  Vintage RVers are being provided a nice discount as a thank you for displaying their RVs for the two hours of the vintage RV show, said Meadville KOA owner Tim Chilson.

“This is the second rally of this type that we’ve hosted at our campground,” he explained. “We’re planning to make this an annual event.”

Chilson said vintage RV owners who also have a vintage tow vehicle are invited to enter the tow vehicle in the car show portion of the event that same day. Trophies will be awarded. The car show includes awards for first place and second place in several categories, along with an award for best engine bay and best sound system.

For more information on the vintage RV rally, including discounts on camping, visit www.meadvillekoa.com/car-show-and-vintage-rv-rally.

Meadville KOA Campground has a full recreation schedule each season from early May through mid- October each season.  Robyn and Tim Chilson have owned and operated Meadville KOA Campground since October 1999.  They joined Kampgrounds of America (KOA) in 2011.

Meadville KOA Campground is a Founder’s and President’s Award-Winning KOA Campground.  For more information, call 814.789.3251.

SOURCE: Meadville KOA press release

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