April 23 - April 28
Crossroads of Georgia Rally
Freightliner Chassis Owners Club Rally
Calling all FCOC members to join together for an April 23-27, 2018 rally for the first time at the “Crossroads of Georgia” at the Fair Harbor RV Park in historic Perry Georgia, just off of I-75 across the highway from the Georgia National Fairgrounds where we will be holding 60 sites for a relaxing FCOC rally that will include 4 nights camping, 4 dinners, 4 breakfasts, seminars, and fun activities with time to explore the area.
Camp Freightliner classes will also be offered at the end of the FCOC Rally on April 30 -May 1 and May 2 – 3 for a separate fee ($285/couple or $235/single)
Rally cost is $329 for two people or $229.00 for one person. Extra persons $99.00 each.
THINGS TO SEE & DO
THE SCENIC GEORGIA TRAILS: takes you through the Antebellum and Victorian towns, as well as the picturesque rural countryside filled with pecan and peach orchards. Learn more about the trails below at www.exploregeorgia.org.
• Peach Blossom Trail follows the route of US 41 and US 341, starting in Clayton County and continuing south to Houston County. Along with peach orchards and packing sheds, make sure you stop by Dickey Farms for a tour of Georgia’s oldest operating peach packinghouse.
• Golden Isles Parkway has been called one of Georgia’s roads less traveled. Located along US 341 from I-75 at Perry eastward to I-95 at Brunswick, the parkway is approximately 168 miles long and full of beautiful, quaint rest stops and small towns.
• Andersonville Trail is a 90-mile sightseeing loop off I-75 that highlights the Andersonville Confederate Prison site, Andersonville Civil War Village, Jimmy Carter’s Hometown of Plains, and Habitat’s Global Village and Discovery Center.
MUSEUM OF AVIATION: Since its opening in 1984, with just 20 aircrafts on display, the Museum of Aviation has grown to become the second largest museum in the United States Air Force and the fourth most visited museum in the Department of Defense. Within its 51 acres, the facility includes four large exhibit buildings that house some of the 85 historic U.S. Air Force aircraft, missiles, cockpits and award- winning exhibits – according to its website: www.museumofaviation.org.
CHEROKEE PINES GOLF & FITNESS CLUB: Challenge your fellow RVers and travel companions on the beautiful 18-hole, 6,465-yard, par-71 championship golf course. Afterwards, enjoy a refreshment at the bar, a swim under the covered pavilion or continue your workout at the 24-hour gym. (www.cherokeepines.com)
LANE SOUTHERN ORCHARDS: Enjoy homemade peach ice cream, pick fresh strawberries or grab a rocking chair on the porch while the kids play on the farm- themed playground with real tractors. The massive indoor roadside market is lled with fresh, seasonal produce, gourmet treats, local wines and craft beers. (www.lanesouthernorchards.com)