2010 Jeep Jamboree 2nd Cullman Alabama

Picture Credited to the Jeep Jamboree Website

The 2nd Cullman Alabama Jeep Jamboree is approaching. For those of you who haven’t caught this yet on the Jeep Jamboree site, here are the basics. The 2010 Jeep Jamboree 2nd Cullman Alabama is being held May 27th thru May 29th at Cullman, Alabama.

From the Jeep Jamboree site:
Located 55 miles south of Huntsville in the Appalachian Mountains, Stony Lonesome OHV Park is one of Alabama’s hidden attractions and the only public motorized vehicle trail system in the state. Nearly 1,500 wooded acres will be your playground for this Jamboree. The park offers numerous trails of varying difficulty; a rock crawling area as well as plenty of amenities for adventures of all ages. Whether you’re seeking family fun or a thrilling adventure, there is something for everyone at the Cullman Alabama Jamboree.
Tow hooks mandatory

For complete information regarding this event visit the Jeep Jamboree Website.

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. I’ve been to the Appalachian Mountains before and they are beautiful. We tried to get to this event last year but my wife couldn’t get the time off of work. This year is a go for both of us. We’re looking forward to the drive down and the off road event.


  2. I missed this event last year because I didn’t hear about in time. The Appalachian Mountains is really scenic and I will be attending this year. I haven’t been to the Lonesome OHV Park but I’ve heard some great things about it. I can’t wait.


  3. Cullman is practically in my back yard and I wouldn’t miss this event for all the tea in China. Last year’s Jamboree was a blast and I can’t wait to do it all over again.


  4. I glad to hear that Stony Lonesome OHV Park has a rock crawling area. I’ve never had access to that particular type of terrain and I want to try it. 1500 wooded acres is a lot to have access to and I’m really looking forward to this trip.


  5. I did some hiking through the Appalachian Mountains when I was an Eagle Scout and I remember how beautiful it was. That’s been college and 3 kids ago. I don’t hike much any more but I do take my Jeep and head off road. My oldest son loves to take to the trails with me. We’re heading out to the Cullman Jamboree. This will be a first for both of us. I hope it’s as good as I think it will be.


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