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To Register Using a Letter of Credit from the Tucson Event, Call (800) 543-3622.

FMCA's "Another Day In Perrydise"

Looking to get your 2021 travel season off to a sweet start? Then join thousands of RVers for FMCA's 102nd International Convention & RV Expo. You’ll discover activities throughout the four-day event that will have you grinning from ear to ear.

Exhibitor Hours

Wednesday, March 10, 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Thursday, Friday, & Saturday, March 11, 12, & 13, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

How Can I Attend?

Full Access + RV Camping
On-Site - $225/couple

4-Days Full Access with 5 Camping Nights

Includes access to RV Displays, Exhibits, Educational Seminars, Entertainment, Member gatherings, Chapter Events, Camping with Friends.

30-Amp Full-Hookup - Sold Out
50-Amp Electric Full-Hookup - Sold Out

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Full Daily Passport
(No RV Parking) - $185/couple

4-Days Full Access

Includes access to RV Displays, Exhibits, Educational Seminars, Entertainment, Member gatherings, Chapter Events.

30-Amp Full-Hookup - Sold Out
50-Amp Electric Full-Hookup - Sold Out

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PASSPORT PARKING FROM I-75

Take exit 135 (Perry/Marhallville), drive east on Larry Walker Parkway, proceed to the North Entrance, turn right into the grounds, and follow the signs for public parking.


Public Gate
RV Displays & Indoor Exhibits - $10/person

$25 for family of 3 or more

Children 12 and under free. Active Military free

Only sold at public gate

Public Gate Parking From I-75

Take exit 135 (Perry/Marhallville), drive east on Larry Walker Parkway, proceed to the North Entrance, turn right into the grounds, and follow the signs for public parking.


Not a member of FMCA but you'd like to attend FMCA's "Another Day In Perrydise" convention?

No problem. Just give us a call at (800) 543-3622 and we can get you registered for all the great activities and bushels of fun we have planned.

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download the registration form here and mail it in.

Want To Learn More?

If you've been to previous events like this, you know how busy the days can be, running from seminar to seminar and "tag-teaming" with your travel partner to catch all the good stuff. Consider getting all your "What's New/What's Next/How-Does-That-Work" learning in BEFORE the fun of the convention begins by attending RV Basics, a two-and-a-half-day workshop held right before the convention.

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Want To Learn More?

For many people, the thought of driving an RV is intimidating. Whether piloting a motorhome or pulling a trailer, it’s not the same experience as driving a passenger car. The vehicle or combination of vehicles is longer and significantly heavier. Trucks, other highway traffic, and road issues such as construction add to the anxiety levels. By taking the RV Driving Class, you will feel more comfortable behind the wheel in any situation. The RV Backing Class will eliminate the frustration of attempting to back into a campground space, a storage space, of other confined areas.

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