The 11th annual National African-American RVers Association (NAARVA) rally attracted the owners of 700 RVs, or about 1,400 people, to the Missouri State Fairgrounds in Sedalia, Mo., according to TV station KRCG.
The gathering took place July 23-27 and opened with a parade that included marchers dressed in native African costumes and playing native instruments.
There also were seminars and classes about operating RVs and the services that are available.
The NAARVA was founded in Cincinnati in 1953 and now has almost 1,500 members.