Prepare To Have An Airstream Blast!! Join us!!
We supplement the Club’s program of national caravans with at least two unit caravans usually traveling through the western states. Our common bond is our love of Airstreams — vintage Airstreams, used Airstreams or new Airstreams — and our desire to have fun, fellowship and adventure. We often enjoy sunny days and lazy afternoons. Have you thought about joining a unit of the Wally Byam Caravan Club International? All you need is ownership of an Airstream trailer or motorhome and a desire to have fun. The Northern California unit of WBCCI is one of the oldest and most active Airstream clubs in the far West. Our members reside across Northern California, from the Sierras to the Bay area, Sacramento Valley to San Joaquin and along the North Coast. More than one-third of our members are from the Sacramento Valley. The club was started on June 21, 1957.
There are some paperwork formalities in joining the club. Dues are reasonable. International dues are $65. Dues for Northern California Unit #011, Region 12, are $10. The expense of most rallies and caravans is considered a bargain. Try us, you’ll like us. If you would like to try us out before joining, or if you have any questions, please contact our Membership Chair Chris Davison: email@example.com.
Here is a link to the application form: JOIN ONLINE TODAY. You will be asked to specify joining Region 12, Northern California, Unit 011.
All our club officers and most committees (and contact information) are listed on the GOVERNANCE page . The club actively arranges rallies and caravans throughout the year.
Why the Poppy is NorCal’s logo
The California Poppy became NorCal’s logo for much the same reason it is the state flower of California: it is beautiful, cheerful, found abundantly throughout our state, and suggests the gold of friendship and adventure that can be found within our membership. The Poppy was sought by California Indians as a source of food and oil. Adelbert Von Chamisso, a naturalist and member of the Prussian Academy of Sciences who visited San Francisco in 1816, gave the Poppy its name after seeing lush yellow fields of the flowers around San Francisco Bay. The Poppy is also sometimes known as the flame flower, la amapola, and copa de oro (cup of gold). The poppy grows wild throughout California, and became the state flower in 1903. California Poppy Day is April 6 every year.
Click the button that says “Renew on Line”. You will be asked if the information on file at the central office is current. If it is, just complete the rest of the questions on that screen and proceed to the next screen to pay your dues.