ACI Rally2024


See below for some Frequently Asked Questions about the 67th Annual Airstream Club International Rally in Sedalia, Missouri, October 5-10, 2024. 

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Q:  How do we register for the International Rally?
A:  To register online, click here. To register by mail, fill out this form and send to: Airstream Club International, PO Box 612, Jackson Center, OH 45334.

Q: What is the cancellation policy? 
Refund requests are to be submitted in writing to Refund requests received on or before August 10, 2024 will be assessed a $50.00 fee. Requests on or after August 11, 2024 will be assessed a 50% fee. NO refunds after September 21, 2024. If you might have to cancel after that day, please consider obtaining travel insurance.

Q:  May we attend the entire rally without having our Airstream parked on site?
A:  Yes, you may register for the rally without paying any camping fee. The rally fee is $125 per adult and $75 per youth (13 yrs – 17 yrs). Children (4 yrs -12 yrs): $40. Children 3 and under are free. 

Q:  What is the difference between an Off-site registration and a Day Pass?
A:  Members who wish to stay in a hotel or at a nearby campground are considered "Off-site" registrations. They pay the rally fee (described above) and attend the whole rally with the same privileges as members staying on-site in their campers.  Day passes are for a specific day and allow the member or guest to attend all activities for that day but does not include any meals, gifts,  pins, etc.

Q: What are my options for a hotel stay during the rally? 
A: A group rate has been pre-arranged at the following hotels:
Comfort Inn Sedalia Station - 3600 West Broadway, Sedalia, MO 65301 / Online reservations may be made at / Make your reservation by 9/20/24 to receive the group rate of $98 per night plus taxes. 

Hotel Bothwell - Click here for further information.

Q:  Will being an International, Region or Club Officer give me a priority with registration?
A:  No. All registrations are processed on a first-come, first-served basis.


Q:  Do Rally Committee Chairs or volunteers get priority with registration?  
A:  No. All registrations are processed on a first-come, first-served basis.


Q:  We’re traveling together in one Airstream but have two membership numbers. Are we eligible for two entries in the drawings and two lifetime member discounts? 
A:  Yes, one person should register with an RV on site plus one adult, and the other as no RV on site and one adult.


Q:  What if something comes up and I need to cancel my registration? 
A:  Refund requests should be emailed to or by calling HQ at 937-596-5211. Refund requests received on or before August 10, 2024 will be assessed a $50.00 fee. Requests on or after August 11, 2024 will be assessed a 50% fee. NO refunds after September 21, 2024. 
No Exceptions. If you might have to cancel after that day, please consider obtaining travel insurance

Q:  What is a Day Pass and where do I purchase one?
A:  Day passes can be purchased from the Cashier at the Welcome Area during General Parking and then at Member Services for the remainder of the rally. All Day Passes are non-refundable.


Guests - A member who has paid to attend the Rally may arrange for their guest(s), who is not a member or is a past member of ACI to receive a daily guest pass. These passes will be valid for one (1) day. 

Guest Day Pass Prices: 

  • Adults (18 & over) = $25.00 each per day 

  • Youth (13-17) = $15.00 each per day 

  • Child (4-12) = $10.00

  • Child (3 & under) = Free if accompanied by a paying adult 

Members - A member who hasn’t paid to attend the Rally may purchase a Day Pass to attend events at the Rally. These passes are valid for one (1) day. Prices are the same as a Guest Day Pass (see above).

Day Pass attendees (members or guests) may attend all events (with the exception of meals) on the day they have paid for. Day Pass attendees are not entitled to any complimentary promotional items or meals.


Venue, Utilities & Facility Amenities:

Q:  What is the Missouri State Fairgrounds address? 
A:  2503 W 16th St., Sedalia, MO 65301


Q:  Can I send mail or a package to the facility?  
A:  Yes. ALL MAIL MUST HAVE YOUR BRN MARKED. Please address your labels with the following 4 lines:

      MO State Fairgrounds / Airstream Rally
      2503 W 16th Street,
      Sedalia MO, 65301

Mail and packages should be scheduled to arrive no earlier than October 3, 2024.

Q:  What are the facilities at Sedalia?
A:  Each campsite has 50amp electric, water and sewer hookups. The Missouri State Fairgrounds is a beautiful, well-maintained facility. The majority of the campsites will be on grass. They also have restrooms and shower houses on-site. Click here for a map of the campgrounds. 


Q: Can I rent a golf cart or bring my own? 
A: Yes and yes. Golf Cart rental is for one week only - From Saturday, October 5 and must be returned to the corral by Friday, October 11. Only weekly rentals are available. Only licensed drivers over the age of 16 are allowed to drive. Renters will be responsible for any damage to the cart and charged accordingly. Renters will be responsible for refueling their own carts. Renters are welcome to share a cart with a fellow member, but you are responsible for exchanging monies for the rental. Stay tuned for more information on how to rent a golf cart.


Q:  WiFi: Does free WiFi exist, and where?
A:  Strong WiFi exists in the main buildings but not in the general parking areas.


Q: Are we allowed to have campfires? 
A:  No, campfires are not permitted at the Missouri State Fairgounds. This includes propane and wood burning firepits.


Q.  Do we need to bring extra hoses, power cords, and adapters?
A:  Yes, just in case (the exact amount of sewer/electrical line you will need is dependent on the length of the trailer and varies based on your exact campsite's distance from the pedestal). To be sure you're covered please bring (2) 25 ft. or longer water hoses, electrical cables and sewer hoses. Also note the facility power pedestals only have 50A sockets, so bring the appropriate adapter if you have a 30A trailer.


Parking, Arrival & Departure:

Q:  When will Rally parking begin?
A:  General parking is October 5. You may select an earlier parking arrival date when registering. If you decide not to register for an arrival date earlier than October 5, but change your mind: no problem, just click this link to add and process payment for additional days securely online, or call headquarters at 937-596-5211 and ask for a change. You may choose to arrive up to three days in advance, starting October 2 for an additional $50 per day.


Q:  Can I park with my buddy?
A:  The parking team will make every effort to park you with your friends, but you must arrive together. Please review the following information that will help us help you park with a group: 

  • Please plan to meet offsite and caravan to the grounds together.

  • Groups of five or more Airstreams should register for Group Parking by emailing If you are not registered with a Group leader, we will not have the ability to plan space for you to park in the same area. 

  • If you are planning to park in a Group, everyone in the Group needs to be registered to arrive the same day.

  • If you are planning to park with any of the following Groups, be sure to select that group when you register: ADA, Band and all Intra-Clubs

In short, as amazing and extraordinary as our volunteer parking crew is, we likely will not be able to accommodate requests for special parking at the time of your arrival if you haven't made arrangements per the above guidelines.

Q:  Can I keep my tow vehicle parked with my trailer at the campsite? 
A: Yes, and you'll be able to unhitch to come and go as you please. You can drive your vehicle up to one of the designated parking areas near the buildings to attend functions. 

Q:  For members staying offsite, will my vehicle that I drive to and from the rally be able to park close to the activities? 
A:  Yes, parking will be available.


Q: Will the Interstate, Rangeline and Atlas units be parked in their own area or dispersed throughout the facility?
A: Interstate, Rangeline and Atlas units are parked based on arrival time and will be parked amongst the rest of the Airstreams, not in a separate area.


Q:  Will Interstate, Rangeline and Atlas members be able to move their rigs in and out of the area, as others can move their tow vehicles to go shopping, empty tanks, etc.?
A:  Yes, you will be able to move in and out of the parking spots throughout the campgrounds.

Q:  How long does the rally last and when do I leave?
A:  The rally officially kicks off with Opening Ceremonies Saturday evening, October 5. The Vintage Airstream Club Parade is earlier in the day Saturday afternoon.  If you can get to the rally in time for the parade, it's really fun to see the Vintage Airstreams arrive all lined up by year and parading to their parking spots! You can come and go from your campsite as you please all week long. The rally ends late on Thursday evening, October 10, so departure day is by noon on Friday, October 11. It's OK if you can't stay until the very end of the rally: we'll be sad to see you go early, but no one is going to stop you if you take off before Friday. On the contrary, you can stay camped at the Missouri State Fairgrounds (all campers must move to the Inner Campground Lot) through October 24th for $25 per night. You can pay this additional "Airstream Rally Stay & Play Camping Fee" to the Fairgrounds office via credit card, cash or check once you are at the rally. The office is open Monday through Friday, 8-5 p.m.; closed 12-1 p.m. You must show your ACI membership badge to receive this discounted camping rate. 



Q:  Will exhibitors be at the rally?
A:  Yes, the Exhibit Hall will be open each day of the rally. Stay tuned to upcoming announcements on when you can sign up as an exhibitor at Rally2024! Click here to see a list of last year's exhibitors to give you an idea of what you can expect to see on the show floor.



Q:  How can I volunteer for a committee?  
A:  Committees seeking volunteers will post their needs in the Blue Beret in upcoming months and you can also click here to see what help is needed. You can ask anyone who's been there before, volunteering is a fun way to meet people at the rally! You can also email your interest in volunteering to



Q:  Are there activities for the children?  
A:  The rally will have STEM-based activities programmed as a daily (Mon-Thurs) kids camp for youth (ages 13-17) and children (ages 4-12). The cost for Camp Junior Streamers is included in their rally fee.



Q:  Can we bring our pets?  
A:  Yes, please make plans to bring your furry friends per the following On-Grounds Pet Policy: All pets must be on a 6-foot, non-retractable leash when outside the Airstream. Always check collars and leashes to make sure they fit correctly and are working properly. A size-appropriate pet containment system can be used at the campsite. Pets are not permitted in the buildings or outside dining areas during a meal with the exception of working service animals. During severe weather, pets may be taken into the designated shelters. Well-mannered dogs are welcome to play and exercise in designated dog parks. Always clean up after your pet. And, make sure your pet has an ID tag.



Q:  Tell me more about the Katy Trail:
A:  Definitely bring your bikes, not only to get around from your campsite to the buildings but to cycle along the must-see Katy Trail. The Katy Trail runs 240 miles along the original Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railway Lines, offering beautiful views of the Missouri countryside. The trail is primarily crushed limestone. It is not fully paved, but the limestone surface is well-maintained and suitable for walking, running and biking. The Katy Trail is the nation’s longest rails-to-trails project to date. It is also a part of the American Discovery Trail. Sedalia offers two trailheads: The Katy Depot at 600 East Third (mile marker 227) and the equine trailhead on Clarendon Road (mile marker 229) at the State Fairgrounds. The trailhead at the Katy Depot Welcome Center in Sedalia is the only full-service location along the Katy Trail offering trail information, refreshments, gifts, souvenirs and bicycle-related items.


Q:  Where do I find the Rally schedule and exhibitor list? 
A:  Click here for our main events schedule, and click here for our ever-growing exhibitors list. There will be MANY more activities and exhibitors attending beyond what you'll find listed at this time.

Each region and intra-club hosts special gatherings and the details of our educational seminars will be loaded into our event app, Whova, in July.


Find more information about the Missouri State Fairgrounds at

Find area maps, a visitor’s guide and more information about local attractions at

Find trip ideas and places to explore in the Show Me State at

updated March 19, 2024


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