It doesn’t matter if you drive a brand new 2016 Jeep® Wrangler, a used Jeep Liberty, or another kind of Jeep vehicle. Attending a Jeep Jamboree is an experience you’ll never forget. These events are designed to test your off-road skills while giving you, your family, and friends the chance to explore new areas or re-visit your favorite Jeep Jamboree locations.

Three off-roading celebrations are scheduled for this month alone. The 10th Killington Jeep Jamboree in Killington, VT will be held July 14 – 16, 2016. After a day of climbing rugged trails in the breathtaking Green Mountains, you’ll have the chance to relax and unwind at the Killington Grand Resort Hotel and Spa.

With trails ranging from three to seven in difficulty, the 21st Northwoods – Mole Lake Jeep Jamboree is also scheduled to take place July 14 – 16 of this year. This gathering of Jeep fans will occur in Crandon, WI and the event will give you the chance to see the 661,000-acre Nicolet National Forest in a way that you’ve never experienced a wooded area before. You may even see some indigenous wildlife that you’ve never encountered before, including black bears, bald eagles, loons, and beavers.

Everyone at Fields Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM thinks attending the 5th Coal Mountain Jeep Jamboree July 28 – 30 sounds like a ton of fun. The Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area is the host of this gathering, which means participants have 6,000 acres to explore.

Adults have to pay $325 to attend the 10th Killington Jeep Jamboree or the 5th Coal Mountain celebration. Grown-ups have to pay $295 to be a part of the Jeep Jamboree in Wisconsin. The fee for a child aged 6 – 15 to attend any of the gatherings discussed above is $125. Kids who are five years-old or under can attend one of these events for free. The Family Plan rate for one of these celebrations is $750.

Whether you’re going to an upcoming Jeep Jamboree or planning another sort of adventure, schedule a service appointment with our Jeep dealership near Orlando, FL. We’ll make sure your vehicle is ready to tackle whatever you have planned.