Final Day of Jeep Jamboree

An example of one of the trails Jeep lovers enjoy on a Jeep Jamboree trail ride.  (Photo courtesy JeepJamboreeUSA.com)
An example of one of the trails Jeep lovers enjoy on a Jeep Jamboree trail ride. (Photo courtesy JeepJamboreeUSA.com)

Bear Lodge in the beautiful Big Horn Mountains has been playing host to the 2nd Annual Big Horn Mountain Jeep Jamboree since Thursday, with today capping off a series of off-road trail rides. Jeep Jamborees have been going strong since their inception in California in the 50's, with more and more events added each year.

Roberta Young, who owns and operates Bear Lodge with her husband, Rick, tells us how their establishment successfully garnered another year on the Jeep Jamboree USA event roster.

And do they ever have good participation. Young says that registrations have nearly doubled from the numbers last year, hailing from many states as well as international locales as well.

After the participants get done riding today, they'll enjoy a BBQ, an opportunity to share about the day's experiences, a general sense of camaraderie, and even show off their talents with a little Karaoke.

To learn more about this and the many other Jeep Jamboree events scheduled around the country, click here: http://www.jeepjamboreeusa.com

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No, Thank You!

At the cost of $250 PER PERSON without lodging, I think I'll pass.