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Frequently Asked Questions

What happens on an overseas rally?

A rally is a social gathering of like minded people with a common interest at heart. It’s a great way of exploring a new country or region with organised excursions and activities planned along the way. The experienced and hard working rally marshals are always on hand to ensure a smooth and seamless rally is enjoyed by all.

What is the difference between an Owners Club Rally and a Caravan and Motorhome Club Centre Rally?

With both types of rallies you are guaranteed a warm welcome, lots of fun and an opportunity to meet new friends. A Caravan and Motorhome Club Centre rally, is organised by the Club centres and you just have to be a Caravan and Motorhome Club member to join. You can join the club on the Club's website.

To join an Owners Club rally, you need to join the relevant Owners club which is operating the rally. For example you would need a Bailey caravan or motorhome to join the Baileys Owners club. Once you are a member, you can then join the rallies that you want to attend.

I am a Caravan and Motorhome Club member. Can I attend any centre rally or just my local centre?

As a member of the Caravan and Motorhome Club, you can participate on any Club Centre rally, you're not restricted to your local centre.

How many people attend a rally?

On average you will find between 20 – 25 couples, however we have been known on occasion, to organise large groups of up to 50 couples at the request of the rally marshal.

How long does a rally last?

It can last a little as 4 or 6 nights to as long as a month or 2 months. You can pick and choose the rally that suits you best.

Can I take my dog on a rally?

In most cases you can, however it depends on the host campsite and whether excursions have been organised. Most coach companies will not allow dogs on the coaches, which means you either have to stay behind at the site or make alternative arrangements for your pet.

Do you have a dictionary of camping and rally terms?

Yes! It's on our main site, here: The Ultimate Camping Dictionary.