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Area Description
Northeast Region
Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont
Buckeye Bounders is a group of Bounder owners that live primarily in Ohio and surrounding areas, but we welcome all Bounder owners to join us for a weekend or a lifetime. We gather once a month from April through October at RV parks in Ohio and surrounding states.  We usually arrive on Thursday or Friday afternoon or evening and depart for our various destinations on Sunday.   
The Dam Yankees hold six or more rallies each summer as well as a Valentine's Rally in Florida each winter. Rallies still feature Kangaroo Races, area tours, and dinners out. Many members are now showing off their culinary skills for breakfasts and other meals in the campsites.    
Keystone Kangaroos Pennsylvania,
New Jersey
Fleetwood "Bounder" Motorhome Club Serving Pennsylvania & New Jersey.    
Southeast Region
Alabama, D.C., Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, No. Carolina, So. Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia
Bay Area Bounders Maryland, Virginia, Delaware Our members are primarily from the area surrounding Washington DC. Please use the Contact Us page and select Bay Area Bounders to obtain more information.
North Carolina,
South Carolina,
Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, Alabama
Our members are primarily from the Southeast region of the United States, though we now have members from as far away as Texas and Louisiana.
We try to have at least three chapter rallies each year.   These rallies are primarily social gatherings, although when we are near a major attraction we usually include that as a group activity.  We enjoy socializing with one another, comparing notes on our Bounders, helping each other with minor repairs or alterations, playing cards, dominoes, and of course there is always plenty of good food.  The rallies are held in various campgrounds within a reasonable driving distance for the majority of our members.
North Central Region
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, No. Dakota, So. Dakota, Wisconsin
Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota,
From May to October, we hold rallies on the third
weekend of each month somewhere within our seven state territory. Our goal is to create a circle of friends of common interest among Bounder owners in our six state area.  Also, we strive to visit areas in our territory which will create a rewarding atmosphere of fun, fellowship and education at each of our rallies.
We would like to extend an invitation for you to join us, as our guests, at one of our rallies and hopefully become a member of MAB.
Surrounding Area
We invite you to join the Michigan O Bounders (the MOB). Our membership is made up of Bounder owners from Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Ontario. In order to join the MOB you must be a member of Bounders Of America. (BOA).
A MOB is a group of kangaroos. As you can tell, we like to have fun. From May through Oct. we have a monthly campout at various locations throughout our membership area. In January we have a Penguin lunch at a restaurant to visit with MOB members who haven’t gone to warmer climates for the winter months. Try us out by spending a weekend at one of our monthly campouts, and you will see this is a great club to belong to.
South Central Region
Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas
Texas We are a club dedicated to the Fleetwood Bounder. We welcome all Bounders new and old. Texas Bluebonnet Bounders started in 2002 in Big Springs, Texas.
The objective of the Lone Star Bounders is to promote a caring, sincere, and friendly environment, to promote such rallies and meetings as will most effectively provide for camaraderie and interchange of information for the common good of it's members.
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