This may be the final Teardrop Trailer event of this type and we are now trying to break the world record for attendance. So all teardrop trailers are welcome excluding [email protected] , not my rule but theirs. it is coming up quickly and you come just show up and pay the fee and then enjoy the event. Anyone whom was not aware of the event I wanted to post it to see if we can not break the record. We of course will be again bringing our 1965 Scad-A-Bout

15th Annual Southern California Touring
Tears Gathering

Lake Perris SRA, Perris, CA

March 24 > 27, 2011

For registration form Click here Click for 2011 Registration form

You are invited to join the fun at the 15th S.C.T.T. Gathering. Lake Perris proved to be a great location for our prior Gatherings, so we're going to be there again in 2011. One of the many bonuses about Lake Perris is that it is easier to find and less crazy traffic! See the map below. The date will be March 24>27, 2011. Again, we are including Thursday for the 15th Gathering. The date will be the weekend before the Park implements its summer season, which gives SCTT a better camping rate AND it is about 3 weeks before Easter.


In several ways, the above statement takes on an entirely new meaning. Aside for the amenities listed, SCTT would like to "go out" in a very big way. There is a very special event in the works. When more details are available, you will be the first to know!

A reminder about the offerings of Lake Perris SRA. Each site is on asphalt and has water, electric (bring your own power adapters, extension cords, etc.) table and a fire ring. Most sites have mature trees. There are three restroom building plus additional portables compliments of SCTT. Each site is allowed three vehicles. The Park will charge you for additional vehicles. Please respect this Park rule. If you have friends or family joining you overnight, include the additional fee for the nights on your registration form. Visitors for only a day will/should pay the Park day-use fee.

Lake Perris is also a water and fishing recreational area.  If you tow a water toy with a separate vehicle, you may be charged by the Park for the extra vehicle and required to park the extra vehicle outside the teardrop camping loop. Short term fishing licenses are available at the Marina store.

Friday - Dutch-Oven-A-Thon - CLICK here for all the info

Saturday we will have potluck. If your last name begins with A - L bring a main dish, M - S bring side dish or salad and T - Z bring desserts. The potluck starts at 5 p.m. with set-up starting at 4:30. Help will be greatly appreciated to set-up the tables at 3:00 p.m.

To insure the safety and enjoyment of all Teardroppers, S.C.T.T. asks that attendees comply with the following:

WHO CAN ATTEND: This Gathering is for traditional teardrop trailers only. Sorry, no travel trailers or [email protected] (See "RV Friends" below)

FEES AND DEAD LINES: Return registration form immediately. Camping fee: $20.00 per night prior to March 10, 2011. Registration received after March 10, 2011 will be $25.00 per night. The registration form has a pre-order for SCTT T-shirts and name tags. Include your T-shirt, name tags order form and payment with your registration form. We CANNOT guarantee T-shirt orders received AFTER the March 14th.

LAST DATE FOR MAIL-IN REGISTRATION FORMS is March 10th. Please do not mail registration form and payment after that date. After March 10th you are asked to pay the on-site camp fee when you check-in.  Late registrations information will not be included in the directory and T-shirt orders will not be guaranteed.

VISITORS: The Gathering is published on the Internet, RV magazines, and local newspapers. All visitors will be charged the Park day use fee. Please advise anyone interested in attending the even that they will be charged the day use fee and required to park in the day-use parking area. The day-use parking lot is just across the road from our camp area. The best days to visit are Fridays and Saturday since many Teardroppers leave early Sunday.

DAYS & NIGHTS: You are welcome to arrive before March 24th. If you plan to arrive early, please register early and indicate you arrival date. Your registration fee is based on how many nights you will be staying. For example, if you arrive on Thursday the 24th and leave on Sunday the 27th, you will have four days but only three nights and pay $60. DO NOT MAKE RESERVATIONS THROUGH THE PARK RESERVATION SYSTEM. S.C.T.T. has the entire Deer & Owl Loop reserved for the week prior to the Gathering. We will not have to wait for motor homes to leave before a teardrop can occupy a site. Include on the Gathering Registration form the fee for each night of camping. Please make a special note on your registration form if you need a disability site and/or it plan to spend Sunday night at the Park.

CONFIRMATION NOTICE: After your registration is received you will be sent an e-mailed confirmation notice. If you do not have an e-mail address, you will be mailed a confirmation notice. KEEP THIS NOTICE OR E-MAIL. THE NOTICE OR E-MAIL IS YOUR ENTRY TO THE PARK. PRESENT THE NOTICE OR E-MAIL AT THE KIOSK WHEN YOU ARRIVE AND YOU WILL NOT PAY THE CAMPING FEE. At the kiosk ask for a copy of the Park rules. Please read them carefully.

RV FRIENDS: If you have friends with RV's or vintage trailers, who wish to camp outside the teardrop camping area, reservation can be made through the Park’s reservation system - " Reserve America" - and can camp in the "Coyote" camping loop. Regular camping fees will apply.

SITE ASSIGNMENTS: Camp sites WILL NOT be assigned. First come, first serve. If you want to camp with a specific group, it is advisable to have someone arrive early to claim a site.

HANDICAP SITES: Handicap sites will ONLY be reserved of requested on your registration forms. Please do not park in a "roped" off (reserved) sites unless you have requested such on your registration form.

BE PREPARED: Rain or shine. It never hurts to be prepared - to protect from all the sunshine!

DOGS: Dogs must be on a leash at all times. Please clean-up after your dog immediately. Don’t be responsible for a “no dog” policy. If your "Best Friend" isn't friendly to other "Best Friends", please, leave it/them home with Grandparents.

QUIET TIME: All Teardroppers are asked, please, observe the 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. quite time at Lake Perris State Park.