Springtime in Kentucky
Leader: Lary & Shala Wilson
Phone #: 270-782-6554 or 270-792-3814
Street Address: 1122 Old Main Street, Hartford, KY 42347
Start Date: April 24, 2014
Start Location: Cave City, KY
Stop Date: May 15, 2014
Stop Location: Renfro Valley, KY
Total Number of Nights: 22
Number of Stops: 6
Maximum RV Units/With Leader: 25
Kitty Fee w/2: $2300
Kitty Fee w/1: $1700
Date Balance Due: November 15, 2013
Cancellation Fee: $50 prior to 11/15/13, after this date – leader’s discretion
Beautiful horses, lush green rolling hills, and home of the Corvette: these are just a few of the words to describe the beautiful state of Kentucky. Kentucky has something for everyone! For the first time, we will begin the 3 week caravan in the Bowling Green area, home of the Corvette, and from there we will travel to 7 different areas, each with its own history, geography and culture. You will have an opportunity to spend a day at the races at the famous Churchill Downs, learn about the bourbon industry, visit a horse farm, spend a morning at My Old Kentucky Home, and visit the childhood home of Loretta Lynn. We will end our journey at Renfro Valley, a mecca of bluegrass music that predates The Grand Ole Opry, and Berea, known as the Art Capitol of the State. In every area we will sample the southern style “home cooking” without you having to do the cooking. And these are just a few of the many places of interest you will explore! We can’t wait to welcome you to Kentucky, where hospitality is the rule, not the exception!
Brochure: Kentucky Brochure 2014
More Info: http://discoverkentucky.wbcci.net/
Caravan: N-43-B (CANCELLED)
The Great River Road
Leader: Dave & Linda Andrzejewski, 603-770-1609
Start Date: September 10, 2014
Start Location: Bemidji, MN
Stop Date: October 9, 2014
Stop Location: W. Memphis, AR
The longest National Scenic Byway in the United States is the Great River Road which starts in Minnesota and begins at the headwaters of the great Mississippi River in Itasca State Park. Come with us for an opportunity to explore the many scenic, historic and recreational attractions along the mighty Mississippi as it winds 2552 miles to the Gulf of Mexico. The Great River Road is the backbone for our journey from Bemidji, MN to West Memphis, AR. Enjoy the sights and sounds as North America’s largest river turns from a babbling brook in the tall pines to a mighty highway of commerce. We will crisscross the states of Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas and Tennessee as we enjoy the old river towns and the modern cities that have played such an important part in the history of our great country. There will be boat trips, bus & trolley tours, dinners and entertainment including an evening with Mark Twain Himself. Join us for this great 30 day trek as we meander through countryside that provided Tom Sawyer and his friends their boyhood adventures.
Address: 196 Rainbow Drive # 9616
Livingston, TX 77399-1096
Kitty Fee w/2: TBD
Kitty Fee w/1: TBD
Cancellation: $100 plus non-refundable deposits before 4/1/14
Leaders discretion after.
More Info: http://riverroad.wbcci.net/
National Landmarks West
Leaders: Phil & Margie Glassey, 360-459-5608
_ We rendezvous in Cody, WY, and travel on to Yellowstone National Park to be immersed in the natural wonders of the Rocky Mountains. We explore the expanse of Montana’s “Big Sky” country to Glacier National Park and continue on to Olympia, WA, for visits to Mt. Rainier and Mt. St. Helens. Our encounters on the Olympic peninsula include Olympic National Park, the Hoh rainforest, and the Pacific Ocean where we will sample oysters and salmon and fly kites on Long Beach. After enjoying the Columbia River Gorge we will find high desert in central Oregon on the way to Crater Lake . The Rogue River Valley is a shady change on our route back to the Pacific Ocean. Here we will see huge sand dunes and some of the oldest Redwoods in the country. We end our adventure on Humboldt Bay with a visit to the giant redwoods and our final banquet. In all, we will include 19 National Forests, 11 National Parks or Monuments, several state parks and interpretive centers. We will savor cookouts, banquets or catered meals at most stops. Come join us for tours, boat rides, entertainment and of course, great fun and fellowship along the way.
Start: 07/06/2014 End: 08/22/2014
Cost One Vehicle, One Person: est $3200
One Vehicle, Two Persons: est $4100
Add. Guests: est $950
Stop 1 Cody, WY
Stop 2 Yellowstone National Park, WY
Stop 3 Helena, MT
Stop 4 Great Falls, MT
Stop 5 St Mary’s, MT
Stop 6 Sandpoint, ID
Stop 7 Wilbur, WA
Stop 8 Ellensburg, WA
Stop 9 Olympia, WA
Stop 10 Port Angeles, WA
Stop 11 Ocean Park, WA
Stop 12 Cascade Locks, OR
Stop 13 Redmond, OR
Stop 14 Diamond Lake, OR
Stop 15 Rogue River, OR
Stop 16 Coos Bay, OR
Stop 17 Arcata, CA
More Info: http://landmarks.wbcci.net/
Southeast Coast Spectacular
Leader: Ron & Cindi Carnien #9424
If you love seafood and want to explore the historic southeast coast of the United States, this is the caravan for you. We’ll visit an historic US Lifesaving Service Station (predecessor to the Coast Guard) in Delaware, eat seafood, spend a day at the Chincoteague Oyster Festival in Virginia, visit countless museums, lighthouses and beaches, eat seafood and see the sights in the historic southeast. Did we mention that we’re going to eat seafood? We’ll also attend Morning Colors and graduation ceremonies at the US Marine Corps Recruit Depot at Parris Island. The caravan will travel about six weeks starting at the Delaware Seashore State Park (south of Rehoboth Beach) and traveling through coastal Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and ending at the Georgia Sea Islands. The kitty fee includes campgrounds, most with full hookups, many meals, boat, carriage and bus tours, museum admissions and much more!
Start Date: October 7, 2014
Start Location: Rehoboth Beach, Delaware
Stop Date: November 15, 2014
Stop Location: Jekyll Island, Georgia
Total Number of Nights: 39
Number of Stops: 11
Street Address: 3916 N. Potsdam Ave. #1704
Sioux Falls, SD 57104-7048
Maximum RV Units/With Leader: 20
Kitty Fee w/2: $3,725
Kitty Fee w/1: $2,950
Guest: $ 775
Deposit: $ 250
Date Balance Due: 2 installments, 4/1/14 & 7/1/14
Cancellation Fee: $50 before 4/1/14—Leaders’ discretion after
More Info: http://secoast.wbcci.net/
Alyeska. The Great Land
Leader: William & Sandra Johnjulio, 814-484-7221
Start Date: July 12, 2014
Start Location: Dawson Creek, BC
Stop Date: September 12, 2014
Stop Location: Prince George, B.C.
“The Land of the Midnight Sun”- The Alaska Caravan will start in Dawson Creek, B.C., where the Alaska Highway begins at Mile Post 0 and travel for 1500 miles to Fairbanks, AK. We will be travelling through Yukon Territory, to Whitehorse where we will turn North and travel up to Dawson City, YT where we will ferry across the Yukon River and drive the famous “Top of The World Highway”, to the town of Chicken, AK and then an optional visit to Eagle (pop. 15). It should be noted that the Top of The World Highway could be dusty or muddy. As we continue our journey we will experience many activities such as “Klondike Kate’s”, Laird River Hotsprings, take the River Boat Discovery in Fairbanks, and experience a real Alaska Salmon Bake and Dinner Show. We will see many glaciers, visit Denali National Park, Mount McKinley, Juneau, pan for gold, travel along the famous Alaska Pipeline, and visit the North Pole, (home of the real Santa Clause). On our return south we will drive the Cassiar Highway through British Columbia and back into Alaska, stopping at Hyder, AK (the last Frontier) and end the Caravan at Prince George, B.C. You will enjoy unprecedented wildlife viewing opportunities, world class fishing, and astonishing scenery on this “Once in a Lifetime Adventure!”
Phone: 814-484-7221 Cell 216-533-1752
Address: 6193 Althom Road, Tidioute, PA 16351
Limit: 35 Units
Kitty Fee: w/2 $6500
Kitty Fee: w/1 $4800
Cancellation: $50 before 01/15/2014, leader’s discretion after that date.
More Info: http://alyeska.wbcci.net/
Watch It Made In The USA
Leader: George & Sharon Hilton
Start Date: Sept 7, 2014
Start Location: Bowling Green, KY
Stop Date: Oct 5, 2014
Stop Location: Coatesville, PA
Total Number of Nights: 28
Number of Stops: 10
Maximum RV Units/With Leader: 20/21
Kitty Fee w/2: $2,800.00
Kitty Fee w/1: $1,960.00
Date Balance Due: July 1, 2014
Cancellation Fee: $100.00 before May 1, 2014. Caravan Leaders discretion after May 1, 2014
During this WBCCI National Caravan we going to have the opportunity to see people and machines make some of the products that are very familiar to us, such as the new Chevrolet Corvette, Harley Davidson motorcycles, Mack Trucks, Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey, baseball bats, Hershey Chocolate, money at the U.S. National Mint, and more. You will learn how these products are made, and learn the history of what these companies did to grow and prosper. Many companies have a museum and company store that we will visit as well. After completing this educational and fascinating journey you will marvel at the behind the scenes processes involved in manufacturing these products. And you will be proud of the hardworking American people and companies that make it all possible. This is the second in the series of Watch It Made in the U.S.A. WBCCI National Caravans. Each caravan in this series is unique and will never be repeated. In other words, if this caravan is of interest to you, then you should consider signing up now — because it will never be done again.
More Info: http://watchitmade.wbcci.net/
Leaders: Phil & Margie Glassey
Start: 8/25/2014 End: 10/15/2014
The 2014 Southwest Adventure Caravan will be in August, September and October capturing the awesome beauty of the fall landscapes. Beginning in Durango, we will visit the higher vistas first, before traveling on to lower altitudes hoping to escape early snows. Bring clothes for all climates! We will find what’s around the corner in this four-corners region of CO, UT, AZ, and NM, that tourists may not usually see visiting Indian pueblos, reservations and learning about their cultures from Native guides. The grandeur of the scenery will amaze us as we ride the train up the mountain to Silverton, CO, hike to the “Palace” in Mesa Verde, or bounce into Monument Valley (seen in car commercials and movies). Moab, UT offers gorgeous views in the surrounding National Parks and excitement with “slick-rock riding” in the ultimate jeep. Whether using a camera at Capitol Reef National Park or riding a mule into Bryce Canyon the parks will captivate us. After seeing the North Rim of the Grand Canyon we’ll spend a relaxing 5 days beside Lake Powell and enjoy a ½ day boat trip, a raft float trip and a tour through the unusual Antelope Canyon. Our final 2 weeks will take us to NM exploring Gallup, Albuquerque, and Santa Fe where we will be a part of the Hot Air Balloon Festival, we will trolley through town, we will savor local cuisine and we will visit Taos. America the Beautiful passes (formerly Golden Age Pass) will save you $ for fees in Zion, Bryce, Capitol Reef, Arches, Canyon lands and North Rim Grand Canyon National Parks. Come prepared to have fun with your fellow caravaners and leaders!
One Vehicle, Two Persons: est $4,300.00
Add. Guests: est $1,250.00
Rendezvous: Durango, CO
Stop 1 Durango, CO
Stop 2 Mesa Verde, CO
Stop 3 Bluff, UT
Stop 4 Moab, UT
Stop 5 Torrey, UT
Stop 6 Escalante, UT
Stop 7 Bryce Canyon
Stop 8 Zion Canyon NP
Stop 9 North Rim of Grand Canyon
Stop 10 Page, AZ
Stop 11 Farmington, NM
Stop 12 Gallup, NM
Stop 13 Albuquerque, NM
Stop 14 Acoma (Sky City)
Stop 15 Pojoaque, NM
More Info: http://swadventure.wbcci.net
Leaders: Jim & Sheila Skipper
Phone: 850-877-1729 Cell 850-528-0437
Address: 9150 Seafair Lane
Tallahassee, FL 32317
Start Date: February 3, 2014
Start Location: Tallahassee, Florida
Stop Date: March 2, 2014
Stop Location: Mile Marker 39 (Key West, Florida)
Total Number of Nights: 50
Number of Stops: 10
Maximum RV Units W/Leader: 26
Kitty Fee w/2: $3300
Kitty Fee w/1: $2750
First Payment: August 1, 2013
Balance due: November 1, 2013
Cancellation: $50 plus non-refundable deposits prior to November 1, 2013.
Leaders Discretion after November 1, 2013.
This caravan begins in Tallahassee where we will tour the Capital of Florida (3 days). Tour the Dudley Farm Historic Park in Alachua (2 days). Visit with the Manatees in Crystal River (2 days). Attend the Florida State Rally in Sarasota (8 days) (included in the Kitty Fee). Go to Busch Gardens and have a luncheon cruise in Seffner/Tampa Bay (4 days). In Titusville our stay includes the 7 night/8day cruise (base price of cruise included in the Kitty Fee, upgrades available). While in the Titusville area, we will take a bus to the Kennedy Space Center and to “Epcot” at Disney World in Orlando (13 days). From Titusville we will travel to Palatka to see Historic St. Augustine on the Red Train Tour and cruise on the Matanzas River (4 days). Our travels then take us to Umatilla in Central Florida (4 days). In Stuart (3 days) we will take a swamp tour. In Florida City we will visit the Everglades National Park and take an air boat ride to see alligators. Our final stop will be at Mile Marker 39 in Big Pine Key in the Florida Keys (5 days). We will travel by bus to Key West; tour Key West by the Old Town Trolley, see the “End of the Road” Mile Marker 1 and Tour the Hemingway House. This caravan is very active and has some long days away from your rig.
You don’t have to be on the Caravan to go on the Royal Caribbean Cruise. Reservations are currently being made prior to July 31, 2013. Please contact leaders for more information as soon as possible.
Limit: 25 Rigs
More Info: http://floridafantasy.wbcci.net/
Caravan: N-43-L (Standby Only)
Gone to Texas
Leaders: Lyle & Peggy Snow, 281-251-7566
Bill & Dorma Kindle, 713-907-4624
Start Date: September 22, 2014
Start Location: Hillsboro, Tx.
Stop Date: October 25, 2014
Stop Location: Kerrville, Tx.
Total Number of Nights: 34
Number of Stops: 14
WBCCI #: 7358
Land Address: 20935 Jessica Rose Ln.
Spring Tx. 77379
Maximum RV Units/With Leader: 20
Kitty Fee w/2: $2000.00
Kitty Fee w/1: $1650.00
Date Balance Due: 5/1/2014
Cancellation Fee: $50.00 prior to 5/1/14, Leaders discretion after 5/1/14.
The letters GTT were familiar in the United States during the early 1800’s. They meant GONE TO TEXAS. Come with us and see why it was the place to be as we travel from Hillsboro just south of Fort Worth, “Where The West Begins”, to the beautiful Texas Hill country west of San Antonio. Along the way we will visit Buffalo country, Indian Country, Oil Patches, Carlsbad Caverns, Texas Salt Flats, Old Missions, Cavalry Forts, travel along the United States/Mexico border, A PASSPORT WOULD BE REQUIRED FOR ANY TRAVEL INTO MEXICO. (NOT A CARAVAN ACTIVITY) A World Famous Observatory, Mystery Lights at Marfa, Big Bend National Park, The “Hanging Judge” The Alamo, an Exotic Game Ranch, a Dude Ranch, and much more. Leave a message for your friends—GTT. Moderate hiking may be required on some events.
More Info: http://gonetotexas.wbcci.net/
Georgia Plantations and More
Start Date: March 27
Start Location: Kolmoki Mounds State Park, Blakely, GA
Stop Date: April 15
Stop Location: Hard LaborCreek State, Park Rutledge, GA
Total Number of Nights: 20
Number of Stops: 5
Leadors: Winston & Carol Montague WBCCI: 5274
Phone: 850 878-1281 (hm) 850 212-3726 or 850 491-7444 (cells)
Land Address: 3958 Meandering Lane Tallahassee FL 32308
Maximum RV Units/With Leaders: 22
Kitty Fee w/2: $1600
Kitty Fee w/1: $1300
Date Balance Due: November 1. 2013
Cancellation Fee: At the discretion of the leaders
Blue Beret Text: This new, shorter caravan will explore 4 or 5 plantations of South Georgia and North Florida. We will attend Swamp Gravy, Georgia’s Official Folk-Life Play, dry camp at an old country store, have the chance to visit Andersonville and Plains, take a carriage ride through a beautiful Southern town, visit the Uncle Remus Museum, not to mention the opportunity to eat at a number of “Southern” establishments. Spring will be a colorful time to visit the area and enjoy the beauty of the South.
Caravan: N-43-N (Standby Only)
Taste of the Blueridge
Leader: Jim & Bobbie Matkovich, 708-246-8309
Start Date: 6-2-14
Start Location: Cherokee, NC
Stop Date: 6-22-14
Stop Location: Staunton, VA
Come with us as we travel the Blue Ridge Parkway from end to end. It will be a 500 mile adventure as we explore the history of the area enjoy the scenery, listen to the mountain music, and soak up the beauty of this unique roadway and the surrounding area. The driving route will cover the entire Parkway and our stops will allow us to experience things like train excursions, Early American history, the biggest private home in the USA, some Civil War history, a Winery or two, mountain crafts, and much, much more.
A word of Caution: The Blue Ridge Parkway is a winding 2 lane scenic road with a speed limit of 45 mph (you should drive slower than that to take maximum advantage of the scenery). It extends for about 500 miles through the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina and Virginia. The road goes up and down and around the mountains -often- and the elevation varies from 650 to 4900ft. Our longest travel day will be about 140 miles. If you think this adventure is for you, your equipment should be in top shape.
WBCCI #: 1790
Phone: Home 708-246-8309- Cell 708-567-4686
Address: 5823 Harvey
LaGrange, Il 60525
Kitty Fee w/2: TB D
Kitty Fee w/1: TBD
Cancellation: $100 before January 4, 2014.
Leader’s discretion after Jan.4, 2014.
More Info: http://blueridge.wbcci.net/
Caravan: N-43-O (Canceled)
Where Da Heck is Chokoloskee
(Available in 2015 N-44-K )
Leaders: Jim & Vickie Courtney
WBCCI #: 2804
Land Address: 200 Walnut Hill Avenue #62
Hillsboro, TX 76645
Maximum RV Units/With Leader: 23
Kitty Fee w/2: $3600
Kitty Fee w/1: $2650
Date Balance Due: Must receive your $500 deposit no later than February 15, 2014
Cancellation Fee: at leader’s discretion
We begin in McDavid, Florida where we will visit the Battleship Alabama in Mobile, Alabama, and the Naval Museum in Pensacola, Florida. We will start our travels by visiting the white sand beaches of Panama City Beach. Then travel the ”Forgotten Coast” of Old Florida to Apalachicola and Carrabelle where we will camp just a few yards from the beach. We will see how oysters are harvested–plus eat a few– cruise scenic rivers; kayak & hike. We will take a walking tour of historic Apalachicola. You will see manatees in the wild and maybe an optional horseback ride on the beach. On we will go to Cedar Key for clams and eat the Two-Year-In-A-Row-International-Award-Winning- Champion Clam Chowder. When we get to Homosassa Springs/Tarpon Springs there will be more wildlife, great meals, sponge harvesting tour and some of the best shrimp ever. Moving on to Ft Myers Beach for the Edison/Ford Tour and a high speed catamaran boat trip to KEY WEST for the day. While in Key West you will be able to visit Hemingway’s favorite spot for beverage at Sloppy Joes. We will take a guided Conch Train tour of the island with some time left for you to explore the island on your own. We’ll move to Bonita Springs and explore Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary a gentle pristine wilderness that dates back more than 500 years. Here we will walk a 2.25 mile boardwalk meandering through pine flatwoods, open prairie, and into the largest forest of ancient bald cypress in North America. Nearly 200 bird species are permanent or temporary residents and Corkscrew is world renowned for supporting the largest colony of nesting Woodstorks in the U.S. We will travel on to Everglades City and Chokoloksee seeing lots of alligators, a boat trip through the 10,000 islands, kayak the Everglades, eat stone crab. How about an airboat ride? Ok! You got it. There will be more boardwalks with incredible views and wildlife in Shark Valley. Of course our final banquet which will be followed by a sunset cruise to the 10,000 islands in Everglades National Park. We hope you will join us for this action packed caravan. How else could you see the Worlds’ Smallest Police Station and the World’s Smallest Post office in one trip; or get to the Southern most point in the continental US and the southern most point of paved road on the west coast of Florida?
This caravan is very active and has some long days away from your rig.
Leaders Jim & Vickie Courtney WBCCI#2804 Phone 513-325-0219 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Address: 200 Walnut Hill Avenue #62 Hillsboro TX 76645. Limit 20 RVs
Due to vendor payment requirements, we must receive your $500 deposit no later than October 2013. Cancellation: Leader’s discretion.
This is a preliminary schedule and things may change somewhat. Price to be determined. Approximate travel will be 27 days; 9 stops; 745 miles; but again this may change. Please contact us if you are interested in this caravan. Jim and Vickie Courtney 513-325-0219
More Info: email@example.com
Caravan: N-43-P (TWO SPOTS STILL OPEN)
NOR’ X NOR’ EAST
Leaders: Rich & Dottie Walbridge #3371
Phone: Rich 781-254-6399 Dottie 781-248-8116
Land Address: 15 Edgewood Road, Scituate, MA 02066-4021
Start Date: July 10, 2014
Start Location: West Kingston, RI
Stop Date: August 14, 2014
Stop Location: Cornwall, PEI
Total Number of Nights: 36
Number of Stops: 11
Co-Leader: Trevor & Gale Lake
The Nor By Nor’east National Caravan will begin in southern New England and end in Prince Edward Island, Canada. We begin the caravan in RI and visit nearby Mystic Seaport, CT as well as Newport, RI. Plymouth, Massachusetts, of course is steeped in history; the Plymouth Plantation, Plymouth Rock, Mayflower II, Jenny Museum are among the places we’ll visit.
Boston’s stop is a busy one with 2 days of bus rides from Topsfield into the Capitol. All those sites you’ve read about in history books will be part of our journey. JFK Library, Bunker Hill, USS Constitution, Freedom Trail, Faneuil Hall, etc. are just part of what we’ll see. Watching for whales on a boat out of Gloucester’s fishing port is on the agenda too.
Continuing up the coastline to an ocean-side campsite in Searsport, ME and then nearby Bar Harbor in Ellsworth will make you a firm believer that Maine is indeed, beautiful. We’ll enjoy the Penobscot Marine Museum, Fort Knox and the Penobscot Narrows Observatory and a Food Channel approved lobster bake…”Down East Style”. All you can eat Maine blueberry pancakes is on the menu too!
We’ll camp nearby FDR’s retreat at Campobello Island in NB, Canada and then up the road to St. Martins with another seaside campsite right on the Bay of Fundy.
Nova Scotia’s 3 stops include campsites that will be home bases so we can travel to Peggy’s Cove, Halifax, Louisbourg, Baddeck and of course the Cabot Trail. We intend on being in NS for 11 days and we will see everything and continue to eat too!
A short trip across to Prince Edward Island on a ferry or a longer ride across the Confederation Bridge and you will think you’re in Heaven. We have plenty of time here for exploring from our home base, ocean view-campsite. We will enjoy Anne of Green Gables Play in Charlottetown and the warm waters along some of the most beautiful beaches as well as more seafood-PEI style. We will have our Farewell Banquet in Charlottetown.
Maximum RV Units/With Leader: 25
Kitty Fee w/2: $3850
Kitty Fee w/1: $2850
Deposit: $200 by 10/1/2013
Date Balance Due: 6/1/2014
Cancellation Fee: Cancellation: $25 before June 1, 2014, Leaders discretion after
More Info: http://norbyne.wbcci.net/
Cajun Country Caravan (Full, ‘Standby Only’)
Leaders: Larry & Judy Boudreaux WBCCI: 6534
Land Address: 206 Parkside Dr.
Tibodaux, LA 70301
Phone: 985-446-1931; (cell) 985-209-0376; 985-688-3467
Start: Henderson, LA
Stop: Lafayette, LA
The Cajun Country Caravan takes you through cypress swamps and sugar cane fields of Southeast Louisiana, and through rice fields and crawfish farms in Southwest Louisiana. You will experience Cajun culture at its roots. Enjoy Cajun food; gumbo, jambalaya, etouffe, beginets, red beans and rice and the freshest seafood ever. Dance the Cajun two step on a Louisiana Saturday night. Walk onto an actual offshore oil drilling platform and see its inter-workings. Dance to Zydeco music while a live Cajun radio program is being broadcast. Learn how a Cajun Squeeze Box (accordion) is made. Visit Avery Island Jungle Gardens, and tour the world famous Tabasco Sauce factory. Take a boat ride through the Atchafalaya swamp and see alligators and eagles in their natural habitat. Enjoy a bus ride to Baton Rouge for a tour of the Governors Mansion and the tallest State Capital building in the United States. Visit the oldest operating rice mill in the United States. Tour Petrolatum Helicopters Inc. Lafayette, LA plant; watch helicopters being serviced and learn how important these aircraft are to the offshore oil industry.
Kitty Fee w/2: $975 Kitty Fee w/1: $750
Cancellation $50 plus any non-refundable deposits before 12/1/13,
leaders discretion after.
Please make deposit and caravan fee checks payable to “Larry Boudreaux, Caravan
More Info: http://cajun.wbcci.net/