The Roll'n Rebels take pride in the fact we are the original Southeast Area Chapter of FMCA. We have been an ongoing, active chapter since 1968 and have enjoyed participation in the Southeast Area organization since its inception. As a chapter, we meet once a month, Usually on the third weekend of the month, from October through May. our 2nd VP/rally Master selects the sites for our monthly gatherings and we rely on volunteer hosts who plan all activities and meals for our rallies.
it is Typical for some members to arrive at the rally site as early birds, most often on thursday. Friday is the offical start of the rally and starts with a happy hour in the afternoon. happy hours along with Food & Beverage is a central theme to a roll'n rebels rally. typically the hosts will plan a happy hour each day, dinner at a local restaurant one night, a potluck dinner one night, a hot breakfast on saturday morning and a continental breakfast on sunday morning. lunch is typically on your own.
hosts may plan DAY TRIPS OR GAMES, such as bocci ball, ladder ball or beanbag baseball, during the day. typically you can find us in the clubhouse after dinner playing cards, dice games, bingo, etc.
the Bottom line is we love to have fun, travel in rvs and meet prospective members that come to check us out. We typically rally at private campgrounds in Florida but do rally throughout the Southeast region on occassion.
The Mission of FMCA Florida Roll’n Rebels is to organize social activities, exchange RV interest, knowledge/information and to support the enjoyment of recreational RV use and programs of our membership.
Enjoying the RV Experiences
Roll’n Rebels Rallies are scheduled each month, October through May, by our 2nd Vice President / Rally Master. (see Rally Schedule on the Home Page)
We also support, and encourage member participation at, FMCA International Conventions, Area Rallies and Chapter Rallies.
Our Core Values
The Roll’n Rebels Chapter values promote a fun, friendly, inclusive network welcoming all RV Owners with like interests in social interaction and RV travel.