Jeepers Jamboree 2012

It may seem a bit soon to begin making plans for events happening next year, but in the case of the Jeepers Jamboree, it’s never too early to start planning. The Jeepers Jamboree is considered by many to be the oldest, largest and toughest Jeep event in the world. It has been broadcast worldwide and has been featured in many magazines and newspapers. Next year’s event promises to be one of the most exciting, the Jeepers Jamboree will be celebrating their 60th anniversary.

North Georgia Jeep Cruise and Drive In Movies

For the off-road enthusiasts who in or near the Atlanta area, the Atlanta Jeepers Group is hosting the North Georgia Jeep Cruise and Drive In Movie event on September 24th from 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm. Not only do you have a chance to meet other Jeep lovers in the Georgia area, but you get to enjoy a great movie at the same time. This is a great event and promises to provide everyone with an enjoyable evening.

Wheeling For The Lost

Wheeling For The Lost
Wheeling For The Lost

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In keeping with trying to bring to the forefront all of the available Offroading Organizations around the states, I bring to you today Wheeling For The Lost. Wheeling For The Lost is a non-profit to help raise funds for the National Center For Missing And Exploited Children. If you know of an Offroading Organization 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.

FlatNasty UpComing Events

Flat Nasty Spring Fling!
Flat Nasty Rockstock 2011!!!

“Flat Nasty off-road park is not flat, but it sure is nasty. We headed out there for the New Year’s Eve Ride and Pig Roast (we admit our stomachs have a great influence on trail ride selection). It was a total blast. This 850-acre park in central Missouri is a great mix of rolling wooded hills, rocky rutted riverbeds, and sometimes muddy climbs. Flat Nasty also has one cabin perfect for a small group to rent as well as campsites, and they hold lots of events all year. One such event is their 15-Hour Nightmare Run, where you wheel all night and have a big breakfast come dawn. The park is also open to ATV and motorcycle riders, and they even have a small off-road race course. Plus last year BFGoodrich picked the park’s White Knuckle trail as part of its Outstanding Trails program. We’ll definitely be back some day to do more wheeling, especially if they roast another piggy.