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September, 2023

The Wilderness Adventure at Eagle Landing
8:00 AM
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Sept 29th - Oct 1st 2023 The 2023 Annual TWIN VALLEY RIDERS GATHERING will be held at The Wilderness Adventure at Eagle Landing 11176 Peaceful Valley Road New Castle Virginia 24127 Sept 29th, 30th, Oct 1st 2023 Do not wait, reserve your camping spot immediately ! Please Contact the Wilderness Adventure at Eagle Landing to register and reserve your camping spot or Cabin directly by using the links provided for this event. There is NO T.V.R Rally Fee, just pay for your own Camping or Lodging and meals. We look forward to seeing you all in September. Links are available on our web page at NEW for 2023 Whether you have attended one, or all twelve T.V.R Rallies, I think you would agree that we put on one of the best rallys anywhere. We have never tried to make a profit on the event but have simply tried to make it better each year. One of the aspects of the rally that we have been very proud of are the meals we prepare both Friday and Saturday nights. Unfortunately, this coming year we are losing our cooking crew, and have been forced to look into other options. Without going into all the options we discussed and considered, we think we have a solution that that solves the cooking problem and on top of that, has several advantages that we did not have in the past. This year‘s event 2023 will move to The Wilderness Adventure at Eagles Landing campground the last weekend of September Wilderness Adventure is located on 500 acres in the Craig Creek Valley between the Allegheny and Blue Ridge Mountains. It is about five miles outside the small town of New Castle, Va. In addition to being able to handle at least 200 campers in their open campground, attendees will be able to upgrade to campsites with fire rings and picnic tables, or if they don‘t want to sleep on the ground, they can upgrade to a bunk in the bunk house, or to one of three cabins. On Friday and Saturday night, attendees will be able to purchase from a number of meal