National African American RVers Association Rally comes to the Black Hills
RAPID CITY, S.D. (KEVN) -There will be historical programming, featuring the Black Hills Sheroes and Dakota Daughters “Wounded Knee Massacre, 1890” at this year’s National African American RVers Assocation Rally (NAARVA) which is being hosted for the first time in the Black Hills.
They will be meeting out at Fishing Lake where Campbell County pioneer, Bunk Haynes had his homestead
From the their website, NAARVA strives to focus on the future of the RVing community by maintaining specific values, such as a vision to promote, sustainable ways to maintain the environmental on the campsites we visit and by creating an environment which fosters and promotes positive family values.
For registration information you can visit NAARVA’s website.
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