April 2011 Jeep Jamborees

7th Tennessee Mountains Jeep Jamboree April 2011

In an attempt to try to stay ahead of the game in refreshing everyone’s memories about upcoming Jeep Jamborees.. I am going to try to post these a couple months early prior to date of Jamboree. Information has been obtained from the official Jeep Jamboree Website

7th Tennessee Mountains
Oak Ridge, Tennessee
Apr 13-Apr 16
For the first time in Jeep Jamboree USA history, we’re offering three full-days of off-road adventure, exclusively at the Tennessee Mountains Jeep Jamboree. The idea for this three day Jamboree event was inspired by local coordinator Bob Yarbrough for participants who wanted more that just two days of off-roading. Attendees of this event will have the opportunity to learn about navigation, basic trail mechanics, the pros & cons of vehicle modification, trail preparedness, vehicle recovery and mechanical breakdowns.

The Coal Creek OHV Park (also known as Windrock Recreation Area) offers some of the best rock crawling opportunities in the country. JeepĀ® Jamboree veterans and first timers alike will enjoy the majestic scenery on the 72,000 acres of off-road bliss. The more difficult trails include off-cambers, hill climbs, rocks, and mud.
Tow hooks mandatory.
For registration information visit 7th Tennessee Mountains

18th Cajun Jeep Jamboree April 2011

>18th Cajun
St. Francisville, Louisiana
Apr 14-Apr 16 2011

Magnificent gardens, vintage plantation homes, and warm Southern hospitality make St. Francisville a wonderful venue. Here’s your opportunity to conquer nearby trails which cross deep ravines, wind around sandy beaches, and carve through heavily forested areas. The Greenwood Trail features “Rollercoaster” – a winding trail up and down inclines and ravines. There’s also “The Slide” – a steep 30-foot downhill descent with a tight turn below around a well-positioned tree. This region is sparsely populated and densely wooded, offering spectacular plants and wildlife.
Tow hooks mandatory.
For registration information visit 18th Cajun

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. 72,000 acres and a few lessons along the way sounds like an event I don’t want to miss. Never been to Tennessee but heard some great things about the variety of terrains to explore. Thanks for the heads up. Planning this trip will make the blizzard that’s raging outside less of a downer. There are sunny roadtrips ahead.


  2. There are blizzard conditions all across the state but there is sunshine in my life. I’m making plans for attending as many Jeep events as I can get in this year. I’m retired as of yestgerday and have nothing but time. I feel like a kid looking forward to Christmas. Keep the events rolling in!


  3. Yeee-ha! That’s just a little over 2 months away. Winter is wearing on me and I’m ready for a getaway week and this is it. I’ve already got 2 of my buddies on board for the trip and I’m working on a 3rd. Nothing like 3 or 4 Jeeps traveling together to a Off Road event. It’s about a 10 hour drive so we can do the entire trip in a week with time to spare. I really like the fact that you are listing the events on your site. You’re the best!


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