RV history was made back in 1993 when the National African American RVers Association (NAARVA) was formed.
What started as a collection of 52 rigs gathered for fun and fellowship blossomed into the NAARVA that now boasts more than 1400 members and more than 50 clubs that are part of the five region national organization. John & Alice Taylor have been RVing since 1960 and joined NAARVA in 1999. As a member of the Western Region, John co-chaired the national rally when it was held at Palm-Creek RV Resort in Casa Grande, AZ in 2005. This is their 5th motorhome and they proudly display their NAARVA membership placard.
They are also members of FMCA and Good Sam. NAARVA members gather each year for a national camp rally and this year it will be held at the fairgrounds in Perry, Georgia. They have a great lineup of entertainment, RV vendors, and RV seminars. You can still obtain reservations for this July 22-29 event. Joining NAARVA is easy; you just go to the website and download the form, NAARVA
fill it out and send it in. As a non-profit organization NAARVA raises money for college scholarships and charities. What a great way to make new friends and be involved in the RV lifestyle. Jim
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