What do you get when you combine a love for the Indian Motorcycle brand with an event on Indian tribal land? The answer is the Indian Motorcycle Rally at the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe campgrounds. This is the first year of the event that may become a classic over time.
Lake Tombigee Campground Location in Texas
On the outskirts of Livingston, Texas, is the site of the Lake Tombigee Campgrounds, land reserved by the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe. Pastor Marty Boddie worked with the campground director and tribal leadership to choose the date and make the grounds available for this epic event.
While the goal is to promote the fellowship of riders and the Indian Motorcycle brand, all riders are welcome. Whether you’ve got a Harley-Davidson, a BMW, a Triumph, or something else, come on down to the campgrounds during the weekend of March 4th and 5th.
If you’ve never been to these campgrounds, you’re in for a treat. You can visit for the day or stay the whole weekend by reserving a cabin, RV site, or tent site. As of publication, all cabins are reserved, so be sure to book a space for an RV or tent if you’d like to stay overnight.
The campgrounds have a restaurant, gaming center, fishing, and a Big Foot ride, so the whole family can enjoy the festivities. Enjoy an immersion into Native American Indian culture with vendors, demonstrations, dancers, and live music.
Enjoy the Open Road Safely with Law Tigers
Whether you’re a local to Livingston or riding in from the coast to attend this event, you can rest assured knowing Law Tigers is on your side if you ever need our help after a crash. Call us 24/7 at 888-863-7216 to ask us your questions or discuss an injury accident.