Stampede 2014 - March 13-16, 2014

Arizona Classic Bronco Stampede

There’s something for everyone!!!!!!!!!!
Browse the information booth & meet the Bronco Vendors / Sponsors; Enjoy complimentary coffee with Discount Muffler, Try the GeoCache Event, test your suspension on the RTI ramp; coloring contest for the kids, explore Arizona history; join us for dinner and the raffle; Bronco show & tell; make new friends, play games or just camp with old friends!!

So pack up your family and / or friends and join us for a fun filled weekend…

WHEN
March 13-16, 2014 (FRI—SUN)
(Thursday arrival is OK as there will be people in camp for set-up & registration, no other organized activities)

WHERE
Rock Springs (Camp) and Table Mesa Area , Arizona

REGISTRATION FEE YOU CAN ONLY REGISTER AT EVENT 
$65.00 After March 1st.

Includes : Dinner for two; Camping;  Commemorative Dash Plaque; Vendor Displays; RTI Ramp, Raffle, and Campfire. Grand Raffle Ticket for pre-registration only.   Grand Raffle prize  this year is a Power Tank air tank with all the accessories, instead of a winch.

DIRECTIONS
CAMPSITE: Rock Springs, AZ Map It!
From I-17 take exit 242 to the west side of I-17, then south to Rock Springs Café. 35769 S. Old Black Canyon Hwy, Rock Springs, AZ 85234.  This is 34 miles north of the loop 101 and I-17, or 99 miles south of Flagstaff.

      
CAMPING INFORMATION
A large camping area will be available at the camp site. There will be an “Open Camping’ area and a ‘Family / Quiet Camping” area. Please check in at registration before finding a camp site if you are not sure where to go. We will direct you to the camping area best suited for you.  “Family Camping” area will be away from the main campsite and will have a noise and undue activity “curfew” of 10:00 p.m. We ask you to choose a campsite accordingly.  If you have atv’s, rhino’s, etc, there are no trails in or out of the camp site, nor are there any adjoining the campsite.  Riding in the camp ground will be restricted to in and out traffic only.  All utility/sport vehicles will need to be DOT legal to get to and from local trails. The Campsite is primitive.   There will be Port-A-Jons and a trash dumpster available but no electric or water hookups. There are grocery supplies, and fuel available close in town.  There will be shade awnings provided for the ‘gathering” fire pit area and registration but there are limited trees for shade at the campsites.  If you have a portable awing, bring it along for shelter during the raffle, in case it rains.  We don’t have enough cover for everyone. More information later.  If you have questions please call: Randy Harral @ 602-370-7884.
Your understanding and cooperation is appreciated.

GEOGRAPHY

Black Canyon City is located at 34°4′11″N 112°8′22″W / 34.06972°N 112.13944°W (34.069719, -112.139466),[1] at an elevation of 1,975 feet (602 m).  According to the United States Census Bureau, the CDP has a total area of 20.0 square miles (52 km2), all of it land.

Black Canyon City is located in southern Yavapai County and is approximately 22 miles north of Phoenix. Included in the southern part of Black Canyon City is the community of Rock Springs. It is served by Interstate 17 which bisects the City. I-17 is the main north-south freeway between Phoenix and Flagstaff. The Agua Fria river runs right through the center of Black Canyon City and the river empties into Lake Pleasant to the southwest.

HISTORY

Black Canyon City has been known by several names in the past, including Goddard, Canon, and Black Canyon. It was a stage stop on the Phoenix to Prescott line, a military stopover en route to Fort Whipple and Fort Verde during Territorial days, and a supply center for mines in the southern Bradshaw Mountains. The area was first settled by Americans in the 1870s, and the first post office was established as Canon in 1894. A famous early settler was Jack Swilling, who moved here in 1871. His walls of his house still stand, and it is the oldest building in the community.