2015 Rally Schedule


Mark your calendars now and make plans to join us at one or more 2015 Tiffin Allegro Club rallies!

Our rallies provide you the opportunity for comradery with other Tiffin owners,repairs/service by Tiffin Service Techs & factory representatives, meals, entertainment, seminars, and other fun activities.

The newest Tiffin coaches will be on display! Each year our rallies usually sell out, don’t delay in getting your registration form to us.Give us a call at 256-356-8522 if you have any questions about the following rallies. Registration forms will be available here just prior to opening dates of each rally’s registration.




Registration Opens at 12:01 AM CDT, October 1, 2014






Registration Opens at 12:01 AM CDT, December 1, 2014




Registration Opens at 12:01 AM CST, February 1, 2015



Arrive September 21 & Depart September 25, 2015

Registration Opens at 12:01 AM CST, March 1, 2015


**Rally Schedule is Subject to Change**

Read about all the fun we had at our 2014 rallies.

 Castle Rock Washington, Palm Desert, Happy Daze, RV Gold Country 

Allegro Club Membership and Visiting Our Offices

Free membership to the Allegro Club is a great benefit included with the purchase of a brand new Tiffin coach. Membership is 100% free for the first year.  If you have not received your new member package, name badges, etc. within 4-6 weeks from your date of purchase, please contact the club at 256-356-8522 or allegroclub@tiffinmotorhomes.com to check for address errors, etc.  We want you to begin receiving your club benefits immediately!

Also, if you visit the Red Bay area, please come in our club office to say “Hello!”  We have a comfortable waiting area, TV, free wi-fi and would love to chat over a cup of coffee with you!  We also offer a large variety of clothing, coffee mugs and travel items in our Tiffin Allegro Store. Our club office is conveniently located near the Tiffin campground and service center. We have a wide variety of brochures describing things to see and do in the Red Bay area and we’re always happy to share our firsthand experiences.

Red Bay Founders Fest

If you will be in Red Bay the weekend of September 20th you can come out and enjoy our annual Founders Fest. This is a wonderful way to get to know our local people and to enjoy your time in Red Bay. You’re sure to make lasting memories if you attend this years festival. You may even decide to participate in some of the fun contests going on!

Below is an article written by Katie Crum of the Red Bay News about the festival to give you an idea of the festivities that will take place at Founders Fest this year.

Founders Fest Plans Underway

Red Bay’s Founders Fest is scheduled for Saturday, September 20, 2014 beginning at 8:30 a.m. with the annual Pageant Queen train ride. The event promises fun for all ages with assorted contests, entertainment, and lots of giveaways.

This year a few of the contests include the 5th annual fried pie contest, a buckdancing contest, a fiddling contest, a quilting contest, a coloring contest for children, a photography contest, a car, truck, tractor & motorcycle show, and a bbq cook-off. A variety of foods will also be offered, including the Franklin County Cattlemen’s ribeye sandwiches at the Senior Center.

There will also be a new attraction this year! A fashion show will take place in Heritage Park. Anyone interested in participating can contact Shelia at 662-279-4920 or Myra at 256-460-7636.

Other events taking place during Founders Fest include a 5k Run and a children’s bike ride, a special guest appearance by Delores Hydock at the Weatherford Library and special music by Strumming Friends at the Red Bay Museum.

Throughout the day various musicians will perform live on stage. Anyone interested in performing may contact Billy Boyd at 256-324-0419. Booth rentals for food vendors, non-profits, and other businesses can find application forms on the city of Red Bay website.

Festival t-shirts will arrive toward the middle of August and will feature this year’s Alabama Tourism theme, “The Year of Alabama Parks.” All persons planning to attend Founders Fest should bring lawn chairs, however, some seating will be available around the stage for those who need it.

For more information about the location and details of these contests go to http://www.cityofredbay.org or call 256-356-4473 and speak to Tracie Bolding.

Hudson Valley Allegros Enjoy Hartwick Highlands in New York

Hudson Valley Allegros, Chapter #199

June Rally – Cooperstown, NY

By Club Reporter – Susan Metcalfe

Thirteen Tiffin coaches from the Hudson Valley Allegros attended the June Rally. We travelled to Hartwick Highlands Campground in Cooperstown, New York. We opened our week with the Meet & Greet with open grill and delicious salads and desserts made by our hosts, The Bishops, Costellos, and Tanseys. While enjoying the lovely campground we also visited the highlights of Cooperstown; Baseball Hall of Fame (which celebrated their 75th Anniversary, June 12th while we were there), The Farmers Museum, Fennemore Museum, a boat ride on Glimmer Glass Lake (Otsego Lake), Turning Stone, winery’s along the Wine Trail and the Ommegang Brewery.

We enjoyed a dinner out at the Red Neck Bar-B-Que and the Pepper Mill Restaurant. Despite the weather we all enjoyed friends, fellowship, and plenty of food and fun. Tuesday morning our hosts provided a delicious breakfast after which we held our monthly meeting. Our hosts worked very hard and put together a delicious meal on Wednesday of fried and smoked (trash can) turkey complete with all the fixings. We finished off the meal with hot fudge sundaes. On Thursday we finished off the week with the famous “Pot Luck Dinner”.

Hartwick Highlands campground is located in the beautiful leatherstocking country of New York. The pull thru gravel sites have generous surrounding grass areas. There are also numerous cabins to accommodate those families that do not have RV’s so they may attend the “Cooperstown Dreams Park”. This park is a baseball facility open to players 12 and under from all over the world. Each team spends a week learning the fundamentals of baseball and playing other teams. One can spot a dozen different license plates from around the country while on a walk about the park. hvae


Submitted By: Sally Moore (Allegro Club Co-President)

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Arrival at Toutle River RV Resort

Tiffin Allegro Club and the Toutle River RV Resort welcomed over 200 Tiffin built motorhomes to the Mount St. Helen’s area for the Tiffin Allegro Club Rally in June.  Many coach owners took advantage of the opportunity to arrive early and almost half of all rally attendees were parked and relaxing by the weekend prior to the rally’s kick-off on Monday!  Poulsbo RV, a Tiffin dealer from the Seattle/Tacoma area was present with a huge display of beautiful, new Tiffin coaches.

The weather was cool and crisp with a few light rain showers at the beginning of the week, but not enough to dampen everyone’s spirits.  A great big shout-out of thanks goes to the fantastic team of Tiffin volunteers who drove golf cart shuttles, helped with registration, greeted guests at the meals, etc!  We could not host a rally without the help of these generous folks!  As always, RV owners are the kindest, most “willing to lend a hand” people traveling on the highways today.

We had 16 US states and 2 Canadian provinces represented at the rally.  After being escorted to their RV sites, guests were registered and presented with a gift bag of items from Tiffin Allegro Club and Poulsbo RV.   Everyone was eager to visit Poulsbo RV’s display to see the newest and latest coaches.

Kelly Moore, Tiffin Allegro Club President, welcomed everyone at dinner Monday night. Meals were catered by the Summerland Catering Co. and each was delicious with a great variety.  Everyone was very excited for the opportunity to meet Mr. & Mrs. Bob Tiffin at the rally.  After dinner, Tom Webber entertained the group with Bingo!  Winners had to shout “Allegro” to win!  Door prize drawings and announcements closed out the night

A Very Busy Day Two

Tuesday morning found everyone lining up for a bountiful breakfast.  That cool, crisp Washington air really sharpened everyone’s appetite!  Seminars began immediately after breakfast.  Owners really appreciated the informative seminars presented by folks from Triple H Electronics, Freightliner, Cummins, Onan and others. Janet Sadlack from MicrowaveConnect presented her popular Convection/Microwave Cooking to a packed audience!  Mary Moppins’ cleaning tips are always good to hear.  Lawn games were available for anyone who wanted to participate.

One of Tuesday’s fun activities was the RV site decorating contest.  Many folks took time to decorate their site with the Country Western theme – judging was difficult!  Folks put a lot of thought and hard work into this.  Great participation and it was enjoyed by everyone. The winners were:  Michael & Roxanne Parish, 1st place; Wayne & Diane Heath, 2nd place; David & Shirley Kellog-Don & Nancy Printz for 3rd place.  Thanks for all your creative efforts!!  They were presented with gift certificates from the Tiffin Allegro Club store. Dinner on Tuesday was a delicious bar-b-que and fried chicken buffet.

Closing out the night was Joseph Baldwin, talented singer/songwriter/musician.  One of the favorite songs was Johnny Cash’s “I Hear That Train A Coming” in honor of the frequent trains running along beside of the campground!  Joseph did an outstanding job singing old country favorites as well as his original material.  We were honored to recognize Mr. & Mrs.  Larry Hebert on their 52nd anniversary.   When Joseph asked Mr. Hebert what song he would like for their dance, Mr. Hebert replied “A slow one!”

Warmer Weather Wednesday

On Wednesday the weather cleared and temperatures were more pleasant!  More seminars were held with a new favorite being added.  Owners were invited to participate in a round table type discussion of tips for coach organization, customization, and interesting things they have learned while traveling about the country in their motorhome.  This forum was facilitated by Kelly Moore and we received many positive comments about this.

When time permits we will try to include this type of gathering in future rallies.  The aroma of grilling burgers and wieners filled the air as lunch was being prepared for everyone compliments of Poulsbo RV.   No need to ring a dinner bell!  The smoke and delicious aroma drew everyone into the Pavilion right on time.

A Tiffin tradition is the Afternoon Tea Party!  This fun time was enjoyed by everyone.  Tea trivia games were played, stories about favorite tea cups were shared and unique hats were admired.

After sharing a beautiful day together, the entire group gathered for another delicious dinner of Tex-Mex dishes followed by more door prizes and entertainment by Bobby Greer.

Thursday Night Wrap Up

A full country breakfast buffet kicked off our Thursday schedule.  More seminars were held in the Pavilion and with a last minute cancellation by one of the presenters we decided to offer the time for a swap meet among the owners.  Several folks participated and were pleased with their sales and/or their purchases!  With more advance notice for everyone, this could be a great opportunity to meet people and let unwanted items change hands!

We were very pleased to have several Tiffin Allegro Club chapters represented at the rally. Chapters took this opportunity to have their monthly meeting and many gathered every afternoon before dinner to visit and catch-up on the ‘news’.  New chapter members were recruited and several added during the rally.

A real highlight of the rally was the veteran’s salute parade.  Participation was great!  We had a good time decorating automobiles and golf carts with red, white and blue bunting and streamers.  There were banners saluting our veterans and paying tribute to those who have passed on.  Spectators stood along the way with American flags waving to the veterans.  The parade ended at Poulsbo RV display and everyone was treated to ice cream by Mary Moppins!  

Our farewell dinner on Thursday night featured northwestern salmon and glazed pork loin.  All of the meals were bountiful and featured a variety of delicious foods.  Immediately following dinner door prizes were awarded and then Onan caps and Kenwood t-shirts were pitched into the hands of some lucky individuals.   We were very pleased to recognize and pay tribute to our dedicated service technicians who had worked tirelessly all week.  These men received a well-deserved standing ovation from the crowd.

A fantastic number of rally attendees took advantage of Poulsbo RV’s show discounts and became owners of brand new coaches!  These folks were recognized each night and presented with a gift basket from the Tiffin Allegro Club.  After dinner, musical sensation Brady Goss entertained the group with his rendition of Jerry Lee Lewis’ “Great Balls of Fire!”  This young man lit up the keyboards and certainly put on a great show for the crowd!

Friday’s Farewell and Today’s Reminders

Friday saw many of our guests heading for home or on to their next adventure along the highway.  A few folks wanted to continue enjoying the beautiful Toutle River RV Resort through the weekend.

The Tiffin Allegro Club staff wants to again thank everyone for attending the rally and remind you to watch for our 2015 rallies.  We are already hard at work scouting locations for 2015.

When details have been finalized, dates and locations will be announced here, on Facebook and Twitter.  Be sure you have registered your email address in the SUBSCRIBE box so you will be notified immediately!  The majority of our rallies sell-out quickly so don’t delay when you see a rally that you want to attend.  Until then, Keep Roughing It Smoothly! Travel safe!