Good Sam Rallies & Shows

New York City

Start: September 08, 2013
End: September 15, 2013
Type: RV Tours
Location: New York City, NY

Event Description

This premier tour of the most famous city in America is unmatched in quality. For six days you will have a licensed guide with you that lived the past 30 years in New York City. It’s an awesome place and you will experience it with a true New Yorker. Scheduling our arrival and departure on the weekend gives you easy driving access into Jersey City to the RV park. The RV park is the closest to NYC and within walking distance of the commuter systems. You will start our rally with an orientation and introductions at a local restaurant and then we are off to see the spectacular sites of the city by night, including a view from the top of Rockefeller Center, “Top Of The Rock.” And it just gets better and better each day. By foot, bus, boat, subway and horse-drawn carriage. Fantasy schedules this rally during the 9/11 Remembrance week with a stop at Ground Zero and Reflecting Pools, a special experience for our guests. Heart felt pride and patriotism radiates throughout the city. Highlights include Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Greenwich Village, Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Broadway shows and much, much more! We include all the major NYC landmarks in grand style during Fantasy’s incredible Big Apple tour.


Affinity Group, Inc. (or the specific tour group like the Good Sam Club) is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for our disabled RV tour participants when it is in our control to do so. To assist us in providing this service, we request that you provide us with information concerning any accommodations you will need on the tour at the time of the booking. Please keep in mind that we make arrangements with a number of third party candidates when scheduling events and will need advance notice as soon as possible in order to accommodate special needs. Please remember that at many tour destinations, the accommodations are temporary in nature and may not have all the conveniences. Many events may include considerable walking and may not be comfortable for all participants. Facilities, such as seating for the disabled at special events, may not always be positioned with the rest of the group depending on access. We invite you to ask questions regarding tours in order to determine if the tours will meet your needs.