EAA is creating a plan to bring some of the big camping rigs back to Camp Scholler for the remainder of their AirVenture stay if they wish.
In the interest of full disclosure, we’d like to mention the following:
-- There is rain in the forecast for Wednesday, which could set back the progress made in drying Camp Scholler so far;
-- There are only a limited number of spaces available for the Class A-type rigs in Camp Scholler;
-- Our priorities remain your safety, protection of your vehicles/equipment, and ensuring that you are able to attend and enjoy the event.
We’re heard from quite a few off-site campers that this year’s experience has been unique, but still a good deal of fun in many ways. EAA has tried to provide amenities to assure as positive an experience as possible. And we especially appreciate your understanding and patience through a situation none of us had before experienced at this event.
Some of you have already told us that you plan to stay in an off-site location for the duration of your AirVenture visit. That’s fine – there’s a lot of great event still ahead this week and we’d love for you to be a part of it.
Campers in each area will receive more specific information regarding the process and other questions they may have. It’s been an Oshkosh like no other, and we all will have plenty of stories to tell our friends back home. Thanks for your understanding and being here this year!