Beast Jeep – Disney, Oklahoma


BeastJeep.com

In keeping with trying to bring to the forefront all of the available off roading groups around the state, I bring to you today Beast Jeep located in Disney, Oklahoma. The Beast Jeep group was suggested to us by Chad McDonald. If you know of a group that we haven’t featured yet, please let us know and we will add it to our list. Please provide the URL with your suggestion. If the site does not have a current website, give us some background information on it and address and we will get it posted.


Here is some information about Beast Jeep from their official website: www.beastjeep.com.

Beast Jeep is a small group started by Rick Curtis aka “The Beast”. The group consists of him, his son “Li’l Beast” and his wife “Beauty” as well as some friends, 10 in all, known as the “Black Hat” brethren. The group promotes trail runs several times a year, and keeps visitors updated with articles and pictures about the events. Currently the group is working to raise funds for the 4th of July fireworks show. They are also planning to join RockOctober in Disney, Oklahoma in October and the Show Me Fun Run on Memorial Day weekend which will take place in Seymour, Missouri.

One thing that is showcased on the site that is inspirational to other off roaders is the way the Jeeps “The Beast” and “Beast Jr.” have been transformed from old stock Jeeps into powerful off roading machines. The journey is documented in pictures and there are also pictures of the other members’ Jeeps for visitors to look at.

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."

6 comments

  1. I would have to agree that the Jeep in the picture is a beast! From my point of view that looks like an impossible position to get out of. Of course, I’m relatively new to the sport and have not tried any major rock climbing. I’m looking forward to it, but I have a whole lot to learn and experience before I’ll be ready to try that stunt. My only question is actually one for myself. I don’t know why it took me so long to figure out that this is something I would be so interested in.

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  2. If that Jeeps not growling it should be. That’s a great picture and a precarious position for most Jeeps. Obviously, this one has been there, done it and got the pictures to prove it. Rock on!

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  3. Dang but that looks like fun and quite a workout too. I’m working up a sweat just sitting here looking at that picture. We have woods, streams, mud and hills but alas, no huge rocks. Guess that’s what I get for living in Illinois! Missouri has all kinds of rocks because I’ve seen them. But, where I see them is where they cut thru the rock to put in a road. Anyone know where I can find some big rocks in an area where I can go off road? I’ll do the drive to get the terrain, if I just knew where to go.

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  4. Hey, I think I’ve been there. It looks amazingly like some of the pictures I took last summer. Of course I was hiking and not driving. Those boulders are a bit more than I think my Jeep could handle. When I first saw the picture I thought no way! Then I read on and discovered that this Jeep had been upgraded to ‘beast’ status. I’m impressed and they are to be commended.

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  5. That pic was actually taken in Clayton, OK, at Green Acres… on Black Sheep Blvd trail. I, along with my podner Chad McDonald of Green Country Offroad in Vinita, put on Rocktober in Disney in mid-October. I’ve had that Jeep since May of 1985, so we’ve kinda grown up together. Check out my site for how it grew… it just takes time and money. The more time and patience you have, the less painful the $$$ is… lol.

    Thanks to xtremeterrain.com for the mention!!!

    Check out my site – beastjeep.com
    My FaceBook – BeastJeep Promotions
    Chad – greencountryoffroad.com

    Happy Trails!!

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  6. Just bought a jeep and looking for a Jamboree to hit close to home. Does anyone know when Disney has their annual jamboree?

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