Spring Break Trips for Jeep Owners

It’s almost that time – Spring Break is right around the corner, and if you are like me you cannot wait to get outta’ town. What makes Spring break even better, is if you can take a trip exclusive to the club of Jeep owners. (It’s OK if you don’t have one, you can go buy a Jeep – there’s a lot of deals going on now!)



Camp Jeep.
Camp Jeep is a get-together of lovers of all things Jeep, filled with memorable moments of non-stop adventure. You’ll get down and dirty on their legendary 4×4 Trail Rides and join in a myriad of outdoor activities and extreme sports every member of your family will enjoy. (not to be confused with “Camp Jeep at auto shows. Completely different and not as fun when you are just a a passenger).

Jeep Rocks & Road Tour
The Jeep Rocks & Road Tour is on and off road driving courses showing the capability of Jeep vehicles at several locations in the U.S. throughout the year. At each location the tour will incorporate the on and off road driving test, with participants getting time behind the wheel of the 2016 Jeep models. Trained instructors will be on hand for the off-road sections, which will include multiple road surfaces, rocky trails and log crossings. In addition, current Jeep owners will get a chance to drive their own vehicles at these events on the “Jeep Owner’s Playground.”

Jeep Beach.
Ah yes, one of my favorites. Jeep Beach has become one of the largest and most loved Jeep only events of the year. Jeep Beach is an annual event celebrating a passion for off-road vehicles. It’s held in Daytona Beach each year, and is five days of family-friendly fun for Jeep owners, including obstacle courses for all level of drivers, drive-in parade, raffles, Jeep-shining shows, and a chance to meet face-to-face with the leading industry vendors.

Jeep Jamboree.
If you’ve owned a Jeep for any amount of time, you’ve heard of or gone to, a Jeep Jamboree. Held all across the U.S.,it’s a two day family oriented four-wheel-drive adventure unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. Jeep Jamborees cater to every level of expertise, so there’s enough fun to go around for everyone.

Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival.
Bantam – Butler, PA is the birthplace of the Jeep – and they’ve been celebrating it for years. The festival includes trail rides, a Jeep show, a muddy 5k, and a Jeep parade – and as of 2015 has the Largest Parade of Jeeps EVER according to the Guinness Book of World Records.

Visit Moab.
Moab is a beautiful town in Utah, that attracts a ton of tourist each year, including mountain bikers and of course off-roaders who come for the awesome off-road trails, and of course the Moab Jeep Safari.


This post is sponsored in part by Springfield Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM

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