Oregon RoVers Visit Seven Feathers

3ae58c88-45bd-4989-8e25-b3d0da523f8f_mThe Oregon RoVers spent the month of October together at the Seven Feathers RV Resort in Canyonville, Oregon. This is an amazingly beautiful 23 acre lot with 191 full hookup sites situated around “manicured lawns and lush landscaping.”  The view around the campsites is spectacular, with the gorgeous mountains setting in the distance.

Each lot has a level, concrete pad with aggregate patios and the resort offers an indoor heated pool and hot tub, as well as fitness room, media room with computers and library, a gift shop and meeting room with full kitchen and catering available for your special event. There is a playground for children, as well as both a barbeque and bicycling area for families to enjoy.

Following is the report from the Oregon RoVers stay at Seven Feathers.

Chapter: Oregon RoVers Allegro Club, #149

Reporter: Dennis Cox ddcox65@gmail.com

RV Park Visited: Seven Feathers Resort in Canyonville, OR.

Campsite view at Seven Feathers RV Resort

The fifth and final meeting of the year was held at Seven Feathers RV Resort in Cayonville, OR on the 2nd, 3rd & 4th of Oct. 2014. Four coaches were represented by the RoVers with a fifth coach arriving later with our Wandering RoVers who have been on the road for the last year.  Seven Feathers Resort is one of the nicer RV destinations on the I5 Corridor, and the RoVers are looking forward to the 2015 Tiffin Rally to be held in our back yard.


Thursday night we went to the Casino Seafood Buffet. All the Seafood you can eat. The food was good but pricy for buffet service.  On Friday night we went to El Paraiso, a local Mexican Food Restaurant in Canyonville. The food was very good and the company even better.  A good time was had by all.

Destination Attractions:

Cinnamon Rolls at the Restaurant
Cinnamon Rolls from Heaven on Earth Restaurant and Bakery

One morning we went to a breakfast spot south of Canyonville that served the largest Cinnamon rolls I have ever seen.  Heaven On Earth Restaurant in Azalea, ORis not to be missed when visiting the area. Two of our members ordered the Cinnamon
Roll split between them and took home enough to feed an army.


New Allegro Club Patio

We encourage you to visit the Tiffin Allegro Club on your next visit to Red Bay!  We have added a large outdoor gathering space for your enjoyment. Complete with Adirondack lounge chairs and tables.

This 600 square feet covered patio is available for our customers’ enjoyment anytime during the day or evening.  Wi-Fi service is also provided both on the patio and inside the Tiffin Allegro Club office.

Remember, the Tiffin Allegro Club is available to ALL members of EVERY Tiffin built coach!  We are here for you!  Our goal is to enhance your enjoyment of driving a Tiffin coach.

If you haven’t become a member yet, consider doing so today. We can sign you up today! Find out more about Allegro Club Benefits here or contact us by phone at 256-356-8522IMG_3952 IMG_3956 IMG_3953

You Could Help Save a Life with an Emergency Information Sheet for your Tiffin Motorhome

Red and White Emergency SignTiffin Motorhomes Allegro Club has a plethora of talented individuals with a great deal of knowledge to share, This article comes to us from Dr. Louis Finkle who studied at Vanderbilt University.

He shares with us a few tips on providing pertinent information to EMT’s in case of an emergency if you’re traveling away from your motorhome campsite.

Dr. Finkle tells us “If you are like most of us, you will leave your RV in a campground or boondocking site and go “somewhere” in your toad. Each time you unhook the toad, always carry a pad on the dash with you indicating the date you unhooked and where your RV is parked!

If something happens, or you forget, and you have an accident in your toad – how would anyone know that your “home” is parked nearby when your tag shows MS?

Make sure the first page has emergency contact info and entries by date as to where you are “parked”. The last entry should be where you last unhooked. If your “home address” is a Mail Forwarding PO Box, then state you are a “Fulltimer!

These precautions will help EMTs and Police know what to do. It will save time, energy and maybe your life!”

We hope you will apply this sound advice from Dr. Finkle to your own travels. One never knows when an emergency can occur.

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 CST, October 1, 2014





Registration Opens at 12:01 AM CST, 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 

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

Information for the Allegro Club. The owners' club of Tiffin Motorhomes.


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