It’s April so promotions season is underway at RallyPark, the 300-campsite facility that is part of the Lazydays RV SuperCenter complex near Tampa, Fla.

Beginning on Thursday (April 5) will be the four day/three night Vegas Night Rally and a four day/three night Camping World Rally is scheduled to begin April 19.

The Vegas Night Rally overlaps with the Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) Winter Convention in Oklahoma City, which will take place Tuesday through Thursday (April 3-5). But the Vegas Night Rally was not intended to compete with the FMCA’s event, said Tina Heflin, marketing manager for Lazydays.

RallyPark, the year-and-a-half-old facility that occupies a significant portion of the 150-acre LazyDays property in Seffner, Fla., tends to be almost full during the winter months, so promotions are needed beginning in the spring when the Florida tourism season winds down, Heflin explained.

The RallyPark promotions also generally draw guests from the Central Florida market, while the FMCA conventions draw motorhome owners from across North America, she added.

Vegas Night Rally activities include a welcome reception, catered dinner, an evening of Blackjack, roulette and poker, live entertainment, RV seminars and complimentary breakfast and lunch except on Sundays.

The Vegas Night Rally is available for $69.99 per RV. There are full 30/50 amp hook-ups available at all 300 campsites.

The cost for the Camping World Rally also is $69.99 per RV.

The RallyPark includes a 12,000-square-foot clubhouse, a screened and heated pool with Jacuzzi, a computer room with Internet access, tennis, horseshoes and shuffleboard facilities and an air-conditioned laundry.

Also on the Lazydays property, generally believed to be the largest RV sales complex in the country, is a Flying J Travel Plaza, a Camping World store, a Cracker Barrel Restaurant, 230 service bays, an inventory of around 1,000 RV units for sale and a banquet kitchen that can serve up to 600 people.