6th Texas Spur Spring Jeep Jamboree

6th Texas Spur Spring Jeep Jamboree
Llano, Texas
Mar 25-Mar 27

Okay, I am very aware we are not yet through the winter wonderland days but Spring isn’t that far off and there is no better time than now to start making your spring Jeep off-roading plans. Well you can all mark your calendars for March 25th thru the 27th for the 6th Texas Spur Spring Jeep Jamboree.

The Jeep Jamboree group provides some of the best trail networks across the country; areas often limited access or inaccessible to others. The Texas Spur is no different. The Texas Spur Jeep Jamboree’s spring event, being held March 25 thru the 27th, 2010, is timed to capture the brilliance of the heart of Texas Hill Country. The Texas Spur Jeep Jamboree provides a wide variety of off-roading terrain that can range from dirt track and sandy, dry wash to moderate-to-nearly-extreme rock climb. The trail is located in Llano County, just two hours north of San Antonio and an hour and a half northwest of Austin.

Some words straight from the Jeep Jamboree website on this event:
“Saddle up and hit trails in the heart of Texas Hill Country. This Jamboree offers some of the most challenging terrain in Texas. Held at the historic Inks Ranch, this trip includes granite domes, rock climbs, sandy draws and several scenic vistas. Located near Enchanted Rock State Natural Area, our trail system winds around Watch Mountain, a 300-ft wall of granite. You may even spot some wildlife, such as aoudad, axis deer, blackbuck, and bald eagles!”

As always there will be Jamboree trail guides are on-hand to instruct attendees, who can range from newbies to expert drivers, with rigs that can range from stock-from-the showroom-floor models to military trucks and home-built rock crawlers–all with a Jeep pedigree. So get that ink pen out and pen in the 6th Texas Spur Spring Jeep Jamboree.

To register for this event visit 6th Texas Spur Spring Jeep Jamboree. Spots are filling up fast though so do not delay!

Written by Andrew

"You're telling me it's got four wheels, two seats and goes faster than the speed limit? Good, I'm driving."


  1. Dang, those are some big rock drops! I have to admit that rocks, especially big ones, scare me. I don’t want to damage my Jeep, it’s new. I’ll probably give it a shot someday, but not anytime soon. Hills, mud and water are enough for now. My hat’s off to those who tackle the harder trails.


  2. March is good. I’m ready now, so I know I’ll be more than ready by then. I’m taking a couple of weeks so I won’t be hurried coming or going. I can hardly wait.


  3. Is that a cactus growing between those rocks? That is some extreme terrain there! Makes me yearn for a road trip cause there’s nothing in the midwest to compare to that. It sure isn’t too early to start planning weekend trips. Keep them coming!!


  4. Oh yeah, I’m ready to start making plans. Bring it on. I don’t get to go out much during the winter because I can’t get time off of work. So Spring cannot come soon enough for me!


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