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May 30 – June 3, 2018
Country Roads RV Park, Lake Delton, WI
(608) 253-2132

Arrive at Country Roads RV park Wednesday, May 30 – afternoon
We will gather at the campfire Wednesday evening, followed by three days of planned activities.
Depart park Sunday, June 3, 2018

If you have never been to Wisconsin Dells, or haven’t been in the last 40 years, you won’t want to miss our rally in this unique part of the country.

Wisconsin Dells gets its name from the incredible sandstone formations along the Wisconsin River. The river winds through a beautiful area well known to campers, fishermen, and naturalists. It was originally inhabited by several Native American tribes including Ojibwe, Potawatomi, Menominee, and Ho-Chunk. Aldo Leopold’s “Sand County Almanac”, which is considered one of the most significant environmental books of the 20th century (and would be a great “pre-rally read”), was written about Leopold’s farm nearby.

While the countryside is wonderful for nature lovers, the city of Wisconsin Dells has evolved into an adventure in shopping and thrill rides. There are enough attractions there to keep you busy for days on end! Because there are so many choices, we have only included places that we have experienced – which means you may want to allow a little extra time for exploring on your own.

One of the planned events is a boat tour on the Wisconsin River. Depending on conditions on the river, we will see many of the sandstone formations (some are not accessible if the river is too low or too high). The boat will make two shore landings, where you can get an up-close look at dramatic rock formations and amazing scenery. The boat trip will take about a half day, including arrival and disembarking, followed by dinner at the Mexicali Rose, where you may choose to dine on the patio overlooking the river.

Other rally events include a miniature golf tournament, a visit to the fascinating International Crane Foundation, breakfast at the world-famous Paul Bunyan’s Cook Shanty, and wine-tasting at Fawn Creek Winery.

Country Roads RV Park is a full hook-up, wagon-wheel park, with nice level pull-through sites. They are saving sites 1-15 for our rally. Please call them to reserve your site – you must give them a credit card to hold the site but nothing will be charged to your card until you arrive. There is no charge for cancellation if you cancel at least 24 hours in advance. Their phone number is (608) 253-2132. Tell them you are with the Central Indiana Airstream Club.

Our quoted rate is $36.80 nightly for two people, with $3.50 per night for an extra person.

There will be a $20 per person rally fee, which will cover two meals in the campground and misc. fees. Any excess will be refunded. Fees for restaurants and activities will be paid individually. Two people, participating in all planned activities, including the rally fee and campsite, could expect to spend approximately $365 plus your fuel costs.


May 30 – June 3, 2018, SITES 1-15 Country Roads RV Park, Lake Delton, WI (608) 253-2132

KEN AND SANDY LANGELL,, (317) 408-6798


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CIU Caravan– A Taste of Limestone Country Oct. 7 – 16, 2016
To help us celebrate Indiana’s Bicentennial, the caravan will be in Corydon from Oct. 13 – 16.   Here are some links to events which took place in Corydon in the 1800’s:
The Indiana Historical Society (450 West Ohio Street in Indianapolis) has a “You Are There” exhibit about Corydon and the men who wrote the application for statehood as well as the Indiana Constitution. Actors portray some of the people involved and you can converse with them as if you were there in 1816. It’s pretty interesting to find out what the process was for becoming a state.
The only Civil War battles in Indiana took place in south eastern Indiana. John Hunt Morgan’s raid started in Corydon July 8, 1863. Our caravan will be traveling along part of his route when we go from Bloomington to Corydon.
The link to online registration for the caravan is
or email Ann at


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