18th Black Hills Jeep Jamboree

18th Black Hills Jeep Jamboree

Historic Deadwood, in the Black Hills of South Dakota, is an old mining town that’s still as wild at heart as it was in the 1800s when the outlaws, gamblers and gunslingers ruled the streets. Today, the entire Black Hills’ town is a National Historic Landmark and an ideal place to release your inner outlaw; of course in a legal off roading manner that is! And here is your opportunity to let it all loose at the 18th Black Hills Jeep Jamboree!

Wanna be a part of the 18th Black Hills Jamboree? Read on, straight from the official Jeep Jamboree website:

18th Black Hills Jeep Jamboree
Where: Deadwood, South Dakota
When: Sep 23-Sep 25 2010

“Black Hills National Forest is home to the monumental Mount Rushmore and some of South Dakota’s most intriguing and historic locales. It encompasses the legendary town of Deadwood, best known for the exploits of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane. Now Deadwood is maintained as both a colorful vestige of the Old West and a first-rate family vacation area that includes both modern campgrounds and gaming casinos. The award-winning motion picture Dances with Wolves was filmed in nearby Spearfish Canyon. The trails offer a wide range of difficulty and feature breathtaking scenery.
Tow hooks mandatory.”

Registration Fees
Adult: $250
Child (6-12): $125
Child (5 and under): $0

Trails Only SOLD OUT

Family Plan: $600 includes 2 adults and up to 3 children

For questions about this trip please contact Erin Lara at 530.333.4777 X11 or erin@jeepjam.com.
For questions about registration please contact Joelle Miller at 530.333.4777 X18 or register@jeepjam.com.

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 remember seeing Mount Rushmore when I was 10. I wanted to spend some time in the area just looking around but my Dad was on a mission to cover as many states as possible in 2 weeks. Taking advantage of this event will put me back in the area and I’ll have 2 weeks to look around all I want. We love to camp and this sounds like a little piece of heaven to us. Thanks.


  2. This is an awesome area of the U.S. I have visited several times before and I wouldn’t miss this Jamboree for anything. My wife is pregnant and doesn’t want to go but my son just turned 9 and is begging to go. We’ve never really gone anywhere like this, just the 2 of us. I hope it works out OK. I’m sure it will, he likes Jeeping almost as much as I do. I might just give him his first driving lesson.


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