T@borado FAQ

What is T@borado?


T@borado is a gathering of nüCamp RV product enthusiasts offering a summer escape to the mountains of Colorado's beautiful western slope. This event is created, organized, and hosted by nüCamp RV ambassadors Mandy Lea and Kendrick.




Can I attend even if I don't own a nüCamp RV?


This event is intended for nüCamp RV product owners. Models include T@G, T@B 320, T@B 400, Silver Shadow, T@DA, Avia, Barefoot, and Cirrus truck campers. We also welcome older models of Dutchman T@DAs and T@Bs, as well as previous Little Guy T@Gs and T@Bs specifically. We're sorry if this does not include you, but there are events out there for nearly every brand of camper on the market!




How do I register?


Registration has not yet opened for the 2022 event. We will announce the registration date in the coming months. Registration is a two-step process: Step 1: Register for the T@borado event via the EventBrite link on this website. When you register, you must account for each adult in your party: $50 per adult. Step 2: Once you are registered for the T@barado rally we will send a spreadsheet to Palisade Basecamp with your information. A representative from Palisade Basecamp will call all registrants in the order which their registration was received and process the campground reservations. Do not call the RV resort before this time. Please be patient with the office as they will have a long list of folks to call! This process will take serveral days or more. That's it! You're all registered! See you in Palisade, Colorado!




How do I get my campsite?


After registering for T@borado via Eventbrite just sit back and relax! We'll pass all of your information along to Palisade Basecamp and within a few days you'll get a call to reserve your campsite!




How much does it cost?


T@barado registration fees are per person rather than per campsite. Registration fees are $75 for the first camper, and $50 for each additional adult in the same campsite plus Eventbrite fees. Your fees will be used to cover the costs of catered meals, equipment rentals, welcome bags, event t-shirts, and organized activities, among other things. When registering for T@borado, there will be the option for First Camper. This option is for the first adult at each campsite. If you are a solo camper this is all you need to select before entering payment information. If there are more adults (age 18+) in your campsite then select the number of additional campers you'd like to register under "add ons." Each paid adult will receive an event T-shirt. All kids age 17 and younger will be allowed free entry, but they will not receive a welcome bag or t-shirt. Additional event t-shirts are availabe as an "add on" via the Eventbrite registration page. In addition to the event registration, you will need to pay for your campsite. We will share the campsite prices in the coming months.




What is there to do during the rally?


Palisade is located in the beautiful Grand Valley of Colorado's Western Slope. There's something for everyone here! The area offers scenic drives, hiking and biking, orchard and farm tours, fishing, photography, shopping, wineries, breweries, a distillery, and so much more! Check out this page for a more detailed list!




Are there COVID precautions? What about a COVID cancellation policy?


If the event must be canceled due to COVID you will be entitled to two refunds. The first refund is for the T@borado event registration. The second refund is for your campsite reservation at Palisade Basecamp. If you've already made travel plans, you can always choose to keep your reservation with Palisade Basecamp even if the event is canceled due to COVID concerns. If we deem the event safe and it goes on, the 30 day cancellation policy still applies. When necessary, we will kindly remind attendees to follow state/local/campground COVID mandates and precautions. If an attendee refuses to comply with our requests, we will ban the attendee from all future rally events hosted by Mandy and Kendrick, and prohibit them from attending any current group events. Please note that we will not issue registration refunds for people refusing to adhere to the state/local/campground COVID mandates.




Can I bring my dog/pet?


Yes! We understand that pets are an integral part of the experience for many campers. However, we ask that you be respectful and responsible with your pet. Here are the guidelines of the Palisade Basecamp: "Pets are welcome at the resort (RV and tent camping) as long as each pet is accompanied by a 6ft leash and an owner. Please do not leave your pet outside unattended. We have a designated pet park. Please use it and kindly pick up after your pets. Pets are not allowed in the restrooms, showers, laundry, pool or play area." Fences are allowed ONLY if they do not have a "floor". In addition, we ask that for all rally group events you keep your pets on a leash AND attended at all time. You must clean up after your pet, and remove them if they misbehave.




Can we have campfires?


You may bring your own above ground fire pit for use as allowed by any applicable fire restrictions/regulations in place at the time of your stay. Permanent fire pits are not provided by Palisade Basecamp at each site. Palisade is part of Mesa County. Colorado fire restrictions can change daily. Please check the Mesa County website for most up to date fire bans. If it is permitted within fire regulations, the rally will be hosting nightly campfire gatherings. Bring your own chair and beverage! Firewood: To prevent the spreading of pests (firewood related) please do not bring your own firewood. We have bundles available for purchase at the Palisade Basecamp store. Gathering of wood or cutting trees (including branches) is NOT permitted in the campground or on surrounding property.




When is check-in and check-out?


We understand that some people may like to arrive early and/or stay late. Below are the campground and T@borado start/end times. Campground check-in: 1:00PM (on arrival date) Campground check-out: 11:00AM (on departure date) T@borado check-in: 4:00PM (October 12, 2022) T@borado end time: 10:00AM (October 16, 2022)




Can I set up a portable toilet?


Yes, you can! The only requirements are to keep the toilet/privacy tent off the grass and to dump the black water into the dump station. Use of the dump station is included with the campground fee.




Should I be concerned about wildlife?


You are in Bear Country! Please do not leave trash or food around your site, especially overnight.




What is the cancellation policy?


There are two separate fees involved with this event; the rally fee & your campsite fees. In order to ensure that we can fill your space, both of these fees have a strict 30 day cancellation policy for your money back. If you would like to cancel your attendance, it must be done by end of business day (5pm MST) September 12, 2022. Contact us to cancel.