Santa Cruz British Motorcar Club, 

"Signature Event 2018" for all area British Car clubs.

Run to Roaring Camp and the
Henry Cowell Redwood Forest
Sunday, September 2, 2018, Tours begins at 9 am

NEW QUICK & EASY REGISTRATION LINK (see below)
All area British car clubs are invited and we have a great price of only $16.95 for the full day (plus tax & fee); including picnic lunch of Burgers, (with Veggie option) salad, Ranch beans, Corn on the carb, Sourdough rolls and beverage! The Tour, Car Show on the Lawn, Walk in the Redwoods, Roaring Camp Park and parking are all included. (Train rides optional)
This special event invites all area British car clubs to participate. It is planned and presented by Bob & Judy Petrokas and the SCBMC. The event welcomes all British Car clubs to come together for a day of fun with friends and their sports cars. The day's events includes two morning tours to choose from; car show on the lawn; a provided picnic lunch; train rides (optional) and spectacular walks through the giant redwoods; all for an amazingly low fee of only $16.95 plus tax per person.

WHAT: A gathering of British sports car clubs at Roaring Camp and the adjacent Henry Cowell Redwood State Park in Felton, CA. The day will start with a choice of two morning driving tours, followed by all cars displayed on the lawn at Roaring Camp for public viewing. The picnic lunch (included) will offer burgers (with a Veggie option), salads, corn on the cob, ranch beans, sourdough rolls, a campfire desert and beverages. Participants can choose between a ninety minure steam-train ride up the mountain and/or a relaxing 40-60 minute walk among the Henry Cowell Giant Redwoods at the adjacent State Park (or do both).  Cars will be displayed all afternoon. Participants may depart anytime they choose.

WHEN: Sunday September 2, 2018. Morning Tours begin either in Watsonville or Los Gatos at 9 am. Car Show on the lawn begins at 10:30 am. Picnic lunch begins at 11:30 am. Steam Train ride begins at 12:30 pm (optional) and 40-60 minute self-guided walks in the Redwood Forest are anytime from 1 to 3 pm (no charge option)Walking on your own, is a very tranquil way to experience the Redwoods. There will also be a docent lead Redwood walk beginning at 2:15 pm, after the train ride. The car show concludes at 3 pm. 

WHERE: The Morning Tours begins either at the Watsonville Chevron at Highway 1 and Route 129, or the second tour begins at the back parking lot of Big Bear Coffee in downtown Los Gatos (19 No. Santa Cruz Ave.) You choose one. You can also opt to drive directly to Roaring Camp (skipping the tours) arriving by 10:30 am. Cars MUST be at Roaring Camp by 10:30 am  for staging before entering the lawn. NO car will be allowed to enter the lawn alone after the staging is completed. Late cars will have only the paid general parking lot available. Roaring Camp is located at 5401 Graham Hill Road in Felton, CA. From San Jose, exit off Highway 17 at Mt. Hermon/Scotts Valley. After passing through Scotts Valley, take a left on Graham Hill Road. 

COST: The costs will be only $16.95 plus tax per person for Event Entrance, Morning Tour, Car Show and your lunch.  Additional charges will be the Steam Train Ride ($23.50 per person). The walking trail in the adjacent Redwoods State Park is no cost. The normal parking fees are waved for our participants.

RSVP: To attend, you register at https://form.jotform.com/82087206823154 by August 18. with the following information: (1) Your car's make and year. (2) Club Affiliation (JAG). (3) Names of participants. (4) If you perfer the Veggie option for lunch. (5) Select which driving tour you want (Watsonville or Palo Alto or no tour). (6) Indicate number of train rides you want ($23.50 per person). (7) Also, note number of participates for the Docent lead Redwood Tour (free) or it can be a self-guided tour. (8) Your cell phone number. You can pay with Paypal  for $16.95 + tax per person to be registered (includes tour, show and lunch for one), plus the optional train ride ($23.50 per person), if you choose. The Redwood Forests walks are free. Your parking is free.