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Conventions & Area Rallies

From its beginning, FMCA has been centered on bringing people together. To make friends. Learn about their RVs. Travel to parts unknown. Have fun. While much has changed since those early days, FMCA continues to unite RV enthusiasts through its conventions, area rallies, and chapter gatherings.

FMCA’s biannual international conventions bring together thousands of people for four days of everything RVing – education, shopping, entertainment, camaraderie. There are also regional events. Each of FMCA's 10 areas generally holds an area rally annually, where members gather to socialize, view exhibits, attend seminars and enjoy quality entertainment. Area rallies are organized by FMCA and area associations. For a listing of all the area associations and links to their individual home pages, please click here.

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February 2022

Southeast Area Rally

  • February 09-12, 2022
  • Lakeland, FL
  • Mail-In Only

March 2022

FMCA's 104th International Convention

  • March 23-26, 2022
  • Tucson, AZ

May 2022

International Area Rally

  • May 23-28, 2022
  • Lebanon, TN
  • Mail-In Only

June 2022

Great Lakes Area Rally

  • June 08-11, 2022
  • Goshen, IN

June 2022

Northwest Area Rally

  • June 22-26, 2022
  • North Bend/Coos Bay, OR

July 2022

Eastern Area Rally

  • July 13-16, 2022
  • Lewisburg, WV

August 2022

Northeast Area Rally

  • August 04-07, 2022
  • Fryeburg, ME

August 2022

FMCA's 105th International Convention

  • August 24-27, 2022
  • Lincoln, NE

September 2022

South Central Area Rally

  • September 14-17, 2022
  • Shawnee, OK

October 2022

Rocky Mountain Area Rally

  • October 26-29, 2022
  • Tucson, AZ

Chapter Rallies

Hundreds of FMCA chapters hold smaller-scale rallies and activities throughout the year. These gatherings are frequently held on weekends and are often organized locally so long trips aren't neccessary.