Rallies, rallies, rallies! Discovery owners love to rally for the fun, fellowship and great seminars - and also the food. We will have many rallies all across the country, so come back often for the latest details
DOAI has one National Rally each year, and numerous Regional and Chapter
rallies. Be sure you read ALL this page to
learn about future DOAI rallies!
DOAI NATIONAL RALLY HISTORY
Since the club's inception in 1998, DOAI has hosted at least one national rally every year at various locations across the country. In the early years, there were two national rallies. This map shows the states in which we've gathered, and the years. The sites are: 1998 Perris, Calif.; 1999 Richmond, Ind.; 2000 Newport Beach, Calif. and Richmond, Ind.; 2001 Pueblo, Colo. and Urbanna, Va.; 2002 Rayne, La. and Bowling Green, Ky.; 2003 Kennewick, Wash.; 2004 Sedalia, Mo.; 2005 York, Pa.; 2006 San Antonio, Tex.; 2007 Phoenix, Ariz.; 2008 Goshen, Ind.; 2009 Pueblo, Colo.; 2010 Sevierville, Tenn.; 2011 Shawnee, Okla.; 2012 Tucson, Ariz.; 2013 Urbanna, Va.; 2014 Gillette, Wyo.; 2015 Amana Colonies, Ia.; 2016 Bath, N.Y.; 2017 Shawnee, Okla.
Are you ready to “Round Up The D’s One More Time”? Well the South Central Chapters are busy getting ready for you. The Heart of Oklahoma Expo Center, Shawnee, Ok will be our rally home
From October 9 – 14 (depart Oct. 15th) 2017.
Monday, October 9th will be a busy day of arrival, parking and getting settled in. We will gather Monday evening for a Welcome party with food, wine and beer furnished by DOAI.
Oklahoma City Tour
On Tuesday 10/10/17 is a bus tour highlighting Oklahoma City, with several stops along the way. This will be a full day (7:30 AM to approx. 5:00 PM) of museums, monuments, lunch and other places of interest. DOAI member Jerry Brown will be on the bus, giving you some facts that only can come from someone who has lived in the OK area for years.
The National Memorial and Museum is the 1st museum of the day. If you’ve never been inside the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, or it has been years since your last visit, it’s definitely worth a stop. And the Outdoor Symbolic Memorial honors the victims, survivors, rescuers and all who were changed forever on April 19, 1995.
There were 7 total land runs that took place in Oklahoma, beginning with the initial and most famous Land Run of April 22, 1889, so a stop at this monument for some great photo shoots is a must. Lunch will be on you own in the Bricktown area.
At the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum you will be welcomed by Buffalo Bill. This statue has been located at the museum since 1977 and serves as a tribute to the West and the Man who embodied this spirit. Experience the history and artistic beauty of American’s story as it unfolds across the West.
Wednesday, October 11th will be golf and time for you to explore this historic area of the US.
Did you know that there are five Native American tribes that call this area home? Oklahoma City has so much to see and do.
The Museum of Art is home to Dale Chihuly’s collection of glass sculptures in the world, including a 55 foot Memorial Tower.
The Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory at the Myriad Botanical Gardens, this bridge is 224 ft. long and 70 feet in diameter.
Take a water taxi along the Bricktown Canal, with a round trip of about 40 minutes.
Shawnee, also has some great places to visit, the only Egyptian nummy is located in the Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art.
More on the Rally
Thursday, Friday and Saturday are busy with seminars and vendors, great food and some very different entertainment.
We already have some ladies vendors signed up and ready to sell their wares and a possible fashion show too. Sorry guys, but your invited vendors are just being a little slow in filling out the forms and getting them into me. But I know that we will have some just for you.
On Thursday night we hope to have a comedian to entertain you.
Friday will be ventriloquist Gary Owen and his newest little helper Darci Farmer. Darci appeared last year on the TV show the Little Big Shots with Steve Harvey.
The Flying High Tinker Band will entertain us on Saturday evening. This 20 piece band was formed in 1987 on the Tinker Air Force Base. This all volunteer group plays all type of music from the
Military ceremonies, to the big band sounds from the 20 are to the 90’s. I’m sure that they will give us an evening of great music and dancing.
Do you need a golf cart? Golf Carts are allowed on the grounds, so if you have your own and would like to bring it with you, please do that. If you would like to rent a golf cart, please contact:
SO mark you calendars for a rally full of fun, great entertainment, food, vendors and seminars.
Do you have questions? Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 254-644-6225
We look forward to see you in Shawnee, Oklahoma.
Registration is now open and there are several ways to register:
Option 1: Click HERE to register online. Fill out the online form, and when you are done, be sure to click the SUBMIT button on the bottom of the form. Also, remember to mail your rally payment to:
Livingston, TX 77399-2024
Option 2: Click HERE to download the registration form to your computer. This is a Adobe PDF document and you will need a PDF viewer to view it (Adobe Reader recommended, get it HERE The Registration form can be filled out right on your computer. It is highly recommended that you do this instead of filling out by longhand to avoid possible legibility issues. Mail the completed registration form, along with your check, to Sandy Keliher at the address on the form.
Click HERE for rally registration.
2018 marks the 20th anniversary of the founding of the Discovery Owners Association. The anniversary celebration begins at the Southeast Region Rally at Lazydays RV Campground in Seffner, FL, on Sunday, January 28th. This rally includes the 8th consecutive presentation of Camp Discovery as well as many major rally events for those not interested in the technical seminars of Camp Discovery.
The “Start The Celebration” rally will be hosted by the Mason-Dixon Discovery chapter. Chapter members have already begun plans to put on a special celebration to kick off the anniversary year. Here is what you can expect:
Rally cost have increased at Lazydays but the DOAI board agreed to off-set the cost by fifty dollars per coach to keep the price down so that as many of you as possible can attend this rally. It is unlikely you will be able to attend another six-night Southeast Rally with the number of catered meals and entertainment at this low price.
Lazydays has set aside 120 sites for rally attendees. Submit your registration now to ensure you get a site. Approximately 50 reservations were submitted by members attending the 2017 rally so don’t delay. We expect to fill all 120 sites. Don’t miss this very special Southeast Region Rally!
Click HERE for rally registration.
Discovery Texans Chapter
Louisiana Mudbugs Chapter
Mason-Dixon Discoverys Chapter
Texas Discovery Road Runner Chapter
Heartland Discoverys Chapter
Blue Ridge Discoverys Chapter
Florida Discovery Sunshiners Chapter
Midwest Discoverers Chapter
CONSOLIDATED RALLY SCHEDULE
Consolidated Rally Schedule