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Just seen this from Dave and the crew.

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UTV Invasion would like to say "THANK YOU"
to all of our attendees that have joined us in Idaho for the last 6 years.
As many of you have heard 2019 was our last year at Idaho Dunes RV Park. We have tried for the last two years to negotiate with Idaho Dunes RV to be able to continue holding the event on their private property. We have been unable to come to terms with them.
A lot of you may not know that UTV Invasion Vendor area and Idaho Dunes RV camping area have been two separate entities. We have, in the past, had to pay Idaho Dunes RV Campground to be able to hold UTV Invasion there yearly, even though we're consistently selling out the campground.
UTV Invasion did not receive any of the camping or extra entrance fees Idaho Dunes RV had been charging to you, "the attendees."
UTV Invasion has been brought to you by and paid for by our incredible Vendors and Sponsors who have joined us over the years, along with myself personally/Fullerton Sand Sports subsidizing the event.
I/We believed this was an investment to bring you, the attendees, the BEST possible event we could for our love of the sport. We believe we have accomplished that goal. And all of you attendees and sponsors/vendors are amazing and we Thank You.

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Figures, I wasn’t impressed this year and decided I wasn’t going back again after going 3 years in a row .
I like Dave and felt bad that it was going south for how hard he worked to make it a success. I bet the campground thinks they can do just as good on their own, I will suggest to all my fiends to go to the lake instead.
 

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Figures, I wasn’t impressed this year and decided I wasn’t going back again after going 3 years in a row .
I like Dave and felt bad that it was going south for how hard he worked to make it a success. I bet the campground thinks they can do just as good on their own, I will suggest to all my fiends to go to the lake instead.
I told him in 2015 he was getting screwed.
He did all the work.

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Yep, I talked to him when I saw him running the side gate for cars. During one of the events. They used his name to get it going and get out of state guys to travel up there.

my opinion, they can have it!!

Me and my friends and several forum guys ride 2 weeks before this event and stay next door and it was way more fun.
 

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Same with friends from Oregon..
They go up before and stay one day extra today hi to other friends

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Let's hear your side of the story..
should be interesting..
I would give my money to Sand Hills , before giving a dime to Idaho Dunes

Barbara

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totally agree ^^^^^^^ !!!

if sandhills was closer it would be the best option. When the kids used to go with us they loved it as there was shade and grass in the sites and wasn't a dustbowl. sites all have hookups etc...
 

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All IDRV cares about is all the people that come from 800 -1000 plus miles away, that spend the big money and stay for 7 -10 or more days. most of them people might go once a year or every few years. The people that are close and that go there almost every weekend don't really mean much to them. I wish the BLM would make more campgrounds up there by the lake or somewhere. There has been a couple local people that have tried to do other camp grounds up there and IDRV has done everything they could do to shut the down.
 
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