The 7th National Corvette Caravan is slated for

August 29-31, 2024.

 

Often referred to as the world’s largest moving automotive event, the National Corvette Caravan is a celebration of America’s Sports Car, culminating in Bowling Green, Kentucky for the anniversary celebration of the National Corvette Museum. Hosted only once every five years, the next event is slated for Labor Day Weekend 2024 and will mark the Museum’s 30th Anniversary.

Regional caravans will form and join other caravans as they travel across the United States to meet in Bowling Green, Kentucky for four days of festivities at the National Corvette Museum. An event such as this requires years of planning and coordinating. All help is appreciated! The Museum is located at I-65, exit 28 in South Central Kentucky and is open daily, 8am to 5pm Central Time. Stay up to day with the Museum by subscribing to emails online here.

 

Meet the Overall Chair:

Frank Sancineto

I want to welcome all of you Corvette enthusiasts to the 2024 Caravan page! My name is Frank Sancineto and I am your National Chair for the 30th Anniversary Caravan. We do hope you participate in the momentous occasion. There are caravans from all 50 states and Europe that will be joining us for the 2024 caravan. Please take a moment to scroll down this page, click on your state, and contact your Caravan Captain to join in on the excitement and planning. For any information needed, please call me at 919.604.6978 or email me at nationalchair2024@gmail.com. I am looking forward to seeing you very soon.

– Frank

 

View the Previous Event Itinerary

Regional Caravans

(click on a region for more information)

Pacific Northwest  Wyoming North Central North Central Michigan Atlantic ME, NH, VT, CT, RI, MA, NY, QC, NB, NS, PE Northern California, Nevada, Utah Colorado Nebraska Kansas, Missouri North Central Indiana, Western Kentucky Tennessee, Eastern Kentucky Ohio DC, Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia Southern California, Southern Nevada Arizona, New Mexico Texas Panhandle, Oklahoma Arkansas Georgia Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina Central Texas Southern Texas Mississippi Florida

Hawaii