General Info

A Blackstone gas griddle, fire pit grate, and a Weber charcoal grill are available for your use. Please bring your own charcoal. You are also welcome to bring your own grills but they should be extinguished when leaving your campsite.

Harvey’s Market (3 miles) – There is a large 24 hour vegetable farm stand that takes cash after regular business hours.

Buckeye Deli (Nashville, 1 mile) – typical rural convenient store for ice, beer, & food with a small deli/pizza restaurant.

Dollar General (Nashville, 1 mile) – ice and general store

Misc. Grocery Stores/Fast Food/Tourist Restaurants/Gas stations are available in Loudonville and Shreve which are 7-8 miles from camp.

There are no refrigerators for public use. Plan to bring coolers for your perishable items.

No alcohol will be provided by the property owner or the organizers. You are welcome to supply your own and drink responsibly. Irresponsible drinkers may be asked to leave the property.

An outdoor sink/water is available to wash dishes; consider reusable cups/plates to reduce garbage

There are coyotes and other woodland creatures in the area. Do not leave food unattended outside at night.

Feel free to join us for the whole 4 day weekend, just one ride or anything in between.  Just make sure you sign a waiver when you get here.

Friday night cookout and Sunday morning breakfast are for registered participants only. 

There will be an indoor full bathroom with Shower and Toilet plus we are ordering a Porta-Potty again this year. 

The closest gas station is 10 minutes away, plan accordingly.

Registered participants will receive an email in the days before the event with the address of the camp. If you need an approximate location, it is about 1 mile north of the center of Nashville, Ohio.

When we make a gas stop, please get gas. Do I really need to explain this?

One last thing.  So that we are all on the same page… This year, like last year, Sloopy’s Revenge is a “bring your own experience” rally.  You will be provided a place to throw down a tent or park a car (#vanlife), a bathroom to use, dinner on Friday, breakfast on Sunday and 3 rides around Amish country. Everything else is on you.  Our hosts have put in a tremendous amount of work to get the property ready for us and they will be there to enjoy the weekend.  Our organizers have put in a lot of work to bring you this weekend and want to relax and enjoy the rally, too. Also, like last year, we have participants from all over.  There are currently people registered from 6 different states.  So come ride with us during the day and hang out around a campfire with us at night. it’s guaranteed that you will make some new friends who share this love we have for scootering.