The RV Miles meetup returns and this year we are in Amana, IA, a midwest homecoming for Jason and Abby.
The RV Miles’ 2023 Homecoming kicks off what will become a yearly meetup tradition at RV Miles with the event focusing on community, food, fun, and the joys of simple comforts – much of what defines the Midwest in the Fall.
Join Jason, Abby, and their three kids October 4 – 8th as we celebrate another year of RV adventures among the fields of Iowa.
Tickets go on sale on June 6th for Mile Marker Members and June 12th for the general public. Space is extremely limited. Be the first to know when tickets go on sale by joining the RV Miles mailing list.
Homecoming Ticket: $200 per adult (kids are free) + nightly camping fee.
*Camping Fee: $35 a night plus tax for full hookups.
*Information on how to book your campground will be sent to all registered attendees.
RV Miles’ 2023 Homecoming Schedule of Events (subject to change):
Your Homecoming ticket includes:
- Evening dinners during the rally provided by local Midwest caterers
- Welcome party on October 4th
- Swag Bag for each paying attendee
- Exclusive episode 1 premiere of the RV Miles Docuseries “Baja to Alaska”
- Themed morning coffee talks (coffee provided)
- Evening games and community gatherings
- Live recording of the RV Miles Podcast featuring the final “Baja to Alaska” episode with Jamie and Clay Schumacher of Letters from the Road.
- Fun, games, and crafts for the kids
- Renaissance Festival outing on Saturday, October 7th
- 1 Entry ticket per registered attendee for our product giveaways happening all week long
- Communal Kitchen Sampling Tour and Walking Tour of Amana on Thursday, October 5th
- Facebook Group exclusively for Homecoming attendees
- Farewell get-together the morning of October 8th
- Closing Night Party
What are the Amana Colonies?
The Amana Colonies are seven villages on 26,000 acres located in Iowa County in east-central Iowa. They are some of America’s longest-lived communal societies and one of many utopian colonies established in the US during the 18th and 19th centuries. You can learn more about this unique area here.