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GOSHEN RALLY SURVIVAL TIPS - Elkhart Fairgrounds

FROG INTERNATIONAL RALLY TIPS

We’re almost there! We’re looking forward to this year’s FROG Rally, and we hope you are, too. Here are some items to help make your arrival as easy as possible and to help ensure that we all have a great week.

Name Tags

We’ll be checking for name tags at meals, so you want to make sure that you have yours.

Arrival

The address of the fairgrounds is:
Elkhart County 4-H Fairgrounds
17746-D County Road 34, Goshen, IN


http://www.4hfairgrounds.com/rv-camping/

If you’re coming into Goshen from the north or south on US 33, you want to watch for Goshen High School. If you’re coming from the south, it’s about a mile and a half north of the Wal-Mart Supercenter, on your left just after the football field. From the north, it’s about a mile south of downtown and the courthouse, by the school bus lot. There’s a traffic light in front of the school. Turn east (the only way you can turn) and go just past the railroad tracks. The fairgrounds are on the right, and you’ll enter Gate 2 by the tall electronic sign.

Most of the sites – roughly 540 out of 800 -- do not have a sewer. Please try to arrive with empty or nearly empty holding tanks. There are dump stations on the grounds, but most of them are not laid out well and are a mess if we’ve had heavy rain.

If you plan to arrive early, please call Bev or Diane at the fairgrounds at (574) 533-3247 and let them know. They’ll put you on a list and send me the list, but won’t assign you a specific site. I’ll make sure that you get on a site where you can stay for the FROG Rally. Be sure to stop by the fair office and settle up for extra nights while you are here. NOTE: Early arrival does not guarantee you a full hookup site.

Parking

We’ll have parking team members on hand starting about 8:00 each morning. You’ll be met by a member of our parking team. If traffic isn’t backed up, you’ll be sent up to the main gate. If it is, you’ll loop the lot in line for the main gate so that we can keep traffic from backing up on the street. If you have a motorhome and are towing a car, please pull over and drop the car rather than waiting to get to the parking area.

At the main gate we’ll get your name and determine the area in which you’ve been assigned to park. You'll be escorted to the area, and a team member there will help you get parked “hobo-style,” meaning in the next available site. If you want to park next to someone specific, please arrange to arrive at the same time as that person so that we can park you together. Unfortunately, given the volume of units and the need to use some areas for specific purposes, we cannot honor requests to park in a particular spot or to hold a spot next to you for someone arriving later. As we've repeatedly mentioned, I wish we could park all 800 units in the roughly 260 full hookup spots. We cannot.

Once you are been parked, you’ll receive an orange tag with your last name and your parking spot marked on it. Please put this tag on the front of your unit – on the king pin of a fifth wheel, jack crank on a trailer, windshield wiper of a motorhome – so that it can be seen by service technicians and in case of emergency. If you are not on a full hookup site, you’ll also receive a green tag. If you want free pump-out service midweek, please display this tag as well. It’s the signal for the pump-out truck to stop by and empty your tanks. Please make sure the sewer compartment is unlocked.

Please note that most of our sites have 30-amp electric service. Even if you have a 50-amp unit, you might be on 30-amp service. (We hope to have mild weather, but who knows? Temps have ranged from the 50s to highs in the 90s. We have had one year that was pretty rainy and muddy but we are praying for Rally weather – mid 70’s, puffy clouds, and a light breeze.)

Here’s where we need your help. Please try to conserve power. Please try to get by on one air conditioner as much as possible. If you can run your water heater and refrigerator on propane, please do it. One person told me that he absolutely needed 50-amp power and a sewer because he’s a full-timer. For these six nights we’re all full-timers. Your cooperation will ensure that both you and your neighbors get through the week with no issues.

Registration

Registration will be open Friday from 10:00 to 4:00, Saturday from 9:00 to 5:00, and Sunday from 10:00 to 4:00. After you’ve parked and gotten settled, please go to the registration building, which is also the dining hall, to register. Some of the fairgrounds maps show it as Building A, some as Building 6. Either way, it’s the largest enclosed building on the fairgrounds, and you’ll see it ahead and to the right from the main gate.

You’ll receive name tags and lanyards, an agenda, and a welcome packet. You’ll also have the opportunity to sign up for factory tours during registration. We’ve tried to schedule tours based on attendance by brand for the most part. There are some plants that are just too small to accommodate a bus load of visitors. In some cases, you might be able have a sales representative in the RV display and arrange a private tour, although I can’t guarantee that it will be possible in every case.

Service.

If we have received a request, you’ll need to stop by the Service Center. Be sure to write down your campsite from the orange tag and take it (the paper NOT the orange tag!) along so that the service techs can find you. You’ll briefly go over your form so that we understand just what you need. (Some of you might already have been contacted by your division, but you still need to go over and give them your site number.) If you’re going to be off the fairgrounds on tours on some days, please let them know.

You may give the technicians permission to enter your unit when you’re not there, but you don’t have to do so. If you have animals that are not caged, you MUST be there for the technicians to enter. We don’t want to let your pet loose by accident, and we don’t want dogs biting technicians or vice versa.

Please be sure to provide a phone number where you can be reached, so that the technicians can call before arriving. We want you to be able to be out enjoying the events, attending seminars, visiting the vendors, meeting friends, and touring the RV display (by the way, yes, they are for sale), not sitting at your RV waiting for someone to show up.

Meals

We’ll be having meals in Building “A,” the large building where you go for registration. The following meals are included in the FROG Rally:

Sunday Dinner
Monday Breakfast & Dinner
Tuesday Breakfast
Wednesday Breakfast & Dinner
Thursday Breakfast
Friday Breakfast & Dinner
Saturday Breakfast


When it’s time for meals – usually starting at 7:30 to around 9:00 for breakfast and 5:30 to about 7:00 for dinner – we encourage you to come in, find a seat, and relax, rather than standing outside on the pavement in the sun. (It’s NOT going to rain on us. Please!)

When we open the service lines, feel free to help yourself to a serving of everything. Once everyone’s been served, we’ll invite you to go back for seconds or more. We’ve never run out of food at a FROG event, and don’t plan to start now, and I don’t think we’ve ever sent anyone away hungry, so please be patient and understanding.

Some people have asked about having one or more potlucks on non dinner days. Past years there were several events all around the fairgrounds. We can make the dining room and several pavilions available. All that we ask is that they be clean and ready for the next day’s breakfast or seminars.

And Finally …
Have fun. Come with a smile on your face, expecting to make new friendships and renew old ones, and have a great time. Be patient, especially at arrival. The entire parking team will be working hard to get you in and settled as quickly and smoothly as possible. Cindy and her registration team will be providing a friendly welcome and providing more information. Leo and the entire service team will be working tirelessly to attend to your service needs.

And remember, the folks working so hard on the welcome teams are volunteers – members attending the FROG Rally just like you. Without them we could never dream of putting on an event like this. Please take a moment to give them a smile and a “thank you.”

And now, Let’s Get Ready to Rally!™


Bob Byrne
Director, FROG
(574) 825-8532 (Office)
(314) 607-1531 (Cell)


TIPS FROM HERK

If you have a 50 amp rig, you will most likely need to plug into a 30 amp supply. BRING an adapter for your camper. If you have a 30 amp rig you may also need to plug into a 50 amp supply (luck of the draw on full hookup sites). The parking team will do their best to match up rigs and sites BUT there are gonna be mismatches! DEAL WITH IT. Bring an adapter as there may or may not be one within 100 miles.

There are many sewer connections that require A LOT OF SEWER HOSE. Bring enough hose to go 40 feet (or more) if needed. There may or may not be one within 100 miles. Some connections require the hose to be run back under the camper for the length of the camper. Bring something to lift the hose off the ground. Some sewer inlets are 8 inches off the ground.

Bring BRASS fresh water hose splitters with shutoffs. Some hose bibs must feed up to FOUR campers (plus many use a splitter per camper!). Plastic ones just don't cut it and a break at 3 AM will ruin everyone's day. First one to connect PLEASE use a splitter with shut offs! (Manifold is better!) so you don't get your water shut off during a shower. If you bring a manifold, everyone will love you for it.

Plenty of fresh water hose too (2 - 25 foot hoses).

A 50 or 30 amp rated extension cord would be helpful at a few sites.


Obviously you won't need everything listed here, but some sites will require one or more of them.

MOTORHOMES with TOADS and/or DOLLIES

Disconnect in the large parking lot (if lot has room)

SOLO DRIVERS – Leave your Toad in the parking lot safely away from the martialing area! Return to get your Toad AFTER you are checked in and parked; just flag down any golf cart for a lift.

If we are stacked up in the parking lot you can disconnect as you wait.

Disconnect your TOAD prior to arrival if at all possible (at a gas stop or in a shopping center perhaps).

If you get jammed up and none of the above works for you we can stop on the way to your site and you can disconnect there. This is not a great option for Sunday though as we will be very busy.

TOAD drivers STAY CLEAR of the campers until everyone around you is safely parked.


BLACK AND GRAY TANK MANAGEMENT


There are only 260 FULL HOOK UP SITES!
Most likely, YOU WILL NOT BE GETTING ONE.
If you do, you are a LOTTERY WINNER


If you are a light sleeper, you should bring ear plugs, Trains come by 4 or 5 times a day (and night!). Thursday night is the worst. Some "lottery winners" will be right against the train tracks... Good News; Bad News

As noted in the email, everyone PLEASE dump empty before arrival; betting you will get a sewer connection is a bad bet. As noted, there ARE dump stations at the Fairgrounds but it will add almost 30 minutes to get you parked and we need to park a rig every 90 seconds for 10 hours to get everyone in on Sunday.

PARKING ASSIGNMENTS

For the most part, once you are parked you are there for the duration so plan on that and everything will be fine. DO NOT ARGUE WITH THE PARKING TEAM; special medically necessary arrangements MUST BE HANDLED BEFORE ARRIVAL.

BE COURTEOUS AND STAY WITH YOUR CAMPER UNTIL THE UNITS AROUND YOU ARE PARKED.

DO NOT BLOCK ACCESS SO WE CAN PARK OTHER CAMPERS.

NOT EVERYONE IS A MASTER TRACTOR TRAILER DRIVER; PLEASE DO NOT DEPLOY YOUR AWNING “TO RESERVE SPACE” FOR IT. WE WILL MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO LEAVE YOU ROOM. (It may be just barely room, so don’t deploy it if you need to leave the camper for any reason.)

WATER PRESSURE

Bring a regulator! The Fairgrounds has AWESOME pressure (though this year there will be twice the number of campers. White water hoses can look like white sausages if you don't.

BYOB

If you would like wine or beer with your meals, you can bring it; just act responsibly! (Well, as responsible as Phat Phrogs get anyway...)
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The Service Request Form and some images of the Rally Site:

WIFI

Is available but extremely limited in bandwidth with this many folks trying to hit it. With the proliferation of smartphones, computers, tablets, et al, there will never be enough connections or bandwidth to make anyone happy. Cellular was great; but I predict even that will be taxed. Hotspots using cellular data is going to be the order of the day.

The good news is if you really do have to have high speed access for something, a quick run downtown to one of these free WIFI hotspots will get you on line:

http://www.get-broadband-internet.co...t-46526-1.html

Business Cards and Lawn Signs

You will be meeting lots of new friends!
Make sure you remember to bring Plenty!

This will make it easier for friends to find you!



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Post your Questions to the Rally Thread.

Updated information from that thread will be posted here.

Some more images:

(Note: this was NOT the worst case sewer run - he also needed an extension cord. That was in the track infield!)

Another tip...last year, were in the "Hobo pasture" and our site was quite unlevel side to side. Our "Lego" leveling blocks didn't work well because the ground was to soft. After quick trip to Menards, I returned with a 2X10-6ft and was able finished my set up. (SimchaSabre)

Some 18x18 pieces of 3/4 inch plywood to put under the lego blocks might prevent them from sinking as well as well as being lighter to carry. (Herk)

TOAD TIPS and Honey Wagon

1) You will receive a GREEN tag which will be collected by the Honey Wagon Service on Wednesday when you get your 1 free pump out. Make sure you are either available, or leave your sewer connection accessible to them.

2) Additional Pump outs can be had (at cost) if you get jammed up. Ask anyone on the parking committee for the phone number if you need an extra.

3) ARRIVE EMPTY. (Mentioned several times now) There will not be time on Sunday to take you to the dump stations on the way to parking AND depending on the weather, they may be unusable due to mud. (they are on a dirt border road.)

4) If you have a "Blue Boy" wagon, you can dump yourself for free at most any time (Except on Sunday! due to road traffic and the need to be able to access the border road for parking traffic.)

5) After you drop your TOAD, you will need to bring the dolly to your campsite. Since ALL sites are "Back In" (except 6 against the stage where you will need to "back OUT" after the rally), you will need to drop your dolly at the parking site and man handle it out of the way so you can park. There will be plenty of help from the staff and other campers.
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Here are the actual coordinates for Gate 2 and the Goshen Fair Grounds

N41.58057 W85.80634 - Deaver


YOU MUST USE GATE 2 to enter even though other gates are open! (Herk)
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More tips

While there are sites with full hook ups, The lion share are just power (mix of 30 and 50 amp - NO CHOICE) and water with a free pump out 1/2 way through the rally (Wednesday). The provided GREEN TAG is to be used as payment ONLY for the Wednesday FR paid pump out!

There are actually 12 dump stations, but only 1 is really easy to use. It is on the hard packed well maintained perimeter road and is a new fully equipped concrete station. The other 11 are further back behind the barns and the road is not as well maintained. I will be posting a better map that will be used by the parking committee when I get my Sierra together this winter.

Additional pump outs at your site are 25 bucks and well worth it, IMO.
Early arrivals, PLAN YOUR USE to avoid a Sunday pump out! They don't come out on Sundays.
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2016 update

When Registration opens up you will be guaranteed a site and there is a place to put "Handicap" needs during the registration process.

There will be nearly 800 campers coming in August and the number of folks with Handicap tags (based solely on age demographics) exceeds the number of Meadow spots by a large factor. NOTE - THESE SITES DO NOT HAVE SEWER.

Also, not all "handicaps" are equal so if you have special needs like wheel chair accessible, or walker only, make sure that gets into your reservation! Showing up with a tag hanging in the window may not get you handicap parking if you did not put it in your registration.

If your particular handicap requires a sewer connection (we actually had 2 or 4 last year) YOU MUST indicate handicap in the registration and follow up WITH A PHONE CALL to FROG Bob Byrne (who is the ONLY one who can make sure you are accommodated.

There are over a hundred golf carts, bus carts, "Antique Farm Tractor" trailer busses that run pretty much around the clock and walking from even the remote sites is very short (less than 100 yards). NO one need walk to meals or classes that does not or can not do so.

Volunteers working parking, transportation, and staff functions are all over the place and all of them will give you a lift to wherever you need to go.

As far as arriving early;

Due to the nightmare we had last year of people wandering in unannounced many days early; there will be a "NO EARLIER DATE" in your registration confirmation email. That will be few days before the start of the rally because it will be physically impossible to park everyone on Sunday alone.

It will be to your benefit to choose your departure date to get there early (just NOT before the no earlier than date). That way you get to be parked, set up, and having a cold one and watch the "parking" show.

Nearly all sites are back in. If you "only do pull throughs", I suggest you find an empty parking lot and practice before you come.

90% of the sites are GRASS (not all Golf Course Level!). Be prepared with wood shoring for "autolevelers", Hose splitters for sharing water, 50 feet of water hoses, 30 or 50 amp extension cords, and if you hit the lottery and get a sewer site 25 or more feet of sewer hose.

This is a COUNTY FAIR ground. The RODEO is before us. There will most likely be "land mines" in and around your site. Bringing a rake might not be out of place.

If you wish to be a volunteer, you MUST CONTACT FROG BOB for consideration. Not everyone who volunteers will be able to come earlier than the "no earlier than date." Your Registration MUST (MUST) have statement that you are approved to come in early AND A REPORT DATE ON IT!
Not all volunteers will be allowed to come in at the same time.

We are working really hard to make the parking better every year.

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We'll be first timers at the FIR this year. Could some of you veterans share a little info on what to expect--food, exhibits, entertainment, showers, what if we don't get full hookups, etc.
Many thanks and looking forward to it.
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There are about 260 FHU permanent sites at the fairgrounds. With nearly 800 rigs registered, obviously, not everybody will get FHU. Everybody WILL get water and electric hookups. In order to minimize the need for people to unhook and go to a dump station in the middle of the rally, Forest River pays a pump-out service to come in with a couple of trucks and empty everybody's holding tanks once during the rally...probably Wednesday, but it make take them two days to finish, so it might be Thursday before they get everybody finished.

In addition, there are a couple of restrooms with showers around the fairgrounds. Also, if you want to call the pump-out service for a second pump-out, you can (phone number will be available), at your expense. If I remember correctly, it was $25 for an extra on-site pump-out by the trucks last year.

As far as entertainment, there will be a concert on the outdoor stage on Friday night. There may be other entertainment on at least one other evening after dinner.

There are two buildings of vendors - probably 50 in all - selling everything from kitchen gadgets to RV bedding and mattresses to replacement/upgrade steps to you-name-it.

Forest River will bring in 35 or 40 new units for an RV show...and, yes, you can buy one right there at the fairgrounds.

All of the meals this year are catered by Nelsons, and they are VERY GOOD. Anything that you heard about last year's food being not very good - forget it. Nelson's has been the primary caterer at every FR International Rally except last year. You will be impressed with them. There are 4 dinners and six breakfasts, all served buffet-style. Lunches are NOT available at the fairgrounds, but some of the optional tours do include lunch.

Most of the temporary hookups that the fairgrounds lays out are 30 amp service, so if your unit requires 50 amp, make sure you have an adapter. If you get lucky enough to get in a FHU spot, you need to remember a few things: Most of the FHU spots have one hose bib for every two sites, so bring sa "Y" to connect two hoses. In addition, all of the sewer drops, hose bibs, and power pedestals are at the rear of the FHU sites. Extra sewer hoses, water hose, and an extension for your power cord MAY BE NECESSARY, depending on where your utility connections are on your RV.

Wi-fi is severely limited at the fairgrounds, so don't count on getting good (if any) service. There is no cable television service, and over-the-air television is somewhat limited. 3 or 4 stations, out of South Bend, if I remember correctly.

The GREAT part of this rally, however, is the friends you will make and the experience of attending one of the largest RV events you will probably ever attend. It feels somewhat like a county fair, an RV rally, and a big party, all rolled into one.

Relax, enjoy yourself, and have a great time.
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Oh, and some of the FHU sites only have 50 amp service, so if you have 30 amp service in your unit, make sure you have a 50 amp male to 30 amp female adapter, as well as a 30 amp male to 50 amp female for the temp hook-ups.
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From Captain Mike:

Herk,

Two changes that I see should be made in the "survival tips" thread.

1) In post #3, paragraph 5 deals with tow dollies. Instead of taking them to their sites, we should tell them that tow dollies and flatbed or utility trailers can be left in that grassy area between the Community Center (main) parking lot and County Road 34. Coupler locks should be placed on the unit to insure that it is still there at the end of the rally.

2) Absolutely no one except the authorized parking and registration teams will be admitted for early parking before 8:00 am on THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 2018, when parking operations begin. Your rally fee includes 6 nights of parking beginning on Sunday night, August 12. You are welcome to begin arriving on Thursday, but any nights that you spend at the fairgrounds prior to Sunday night, or after Friday night (August 17) are at your expense. You must make arrangements directly with the fairgrounds for additional nights and pay the fairgrounds for your extra nights. We will also be giving the fairgrounds a list of arrivals each day that they can use to verify that they have received payment from all early arrivals. Please make sure you settle up with the fairgrounds for all of your extra nights of camping.
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2022 FAQ - Most tips will apply to all Goshen Rallies

The 2022 FROG Rally Registration FAQ is located here:
https://files.constantcontact.com/52...75b2faa79d.pdf

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