If you own some of the numerous Jeep models with 4×4 drive and want to have some off-road fun, search no more. The 2020 Jeep Jamboree is a perfect event for everyone who wants to experience a genuine off-road adventure. With decades of tradition and loads of content, these events become popular across the whole U.S. and even abroad. A great thing is that there are so many events that are happening over the year and one of them is probably near your place, so you probably won’t bother too much to get to it.
2020 Jeep Jamboree History
The Jamboree is an event with great history, as it all started in the early 1950s. The first Jamboree was organized way back in 1953 by off-road enthusiast Mark A. Smith and took place in Nevada, in Sierra Mountains, by the legendary Rubicon Trail. A year later, Willys Motors started to participate and since then, this event has been sponsored by Jeep and FCA. During all these years, there were all kinds of adventures, including expeditions to South America and Madagascar. In the last several years, Jamboree is a group of numerous events that take place across the States during the whole year.
The 2020 Jeep Jamboree is no exception. This year, we will see more than 30 events across the United States. The first trip was already on January 2nd, in Florida. The second one took place two weeks ago in Michigan. The journey continues in March and the next event will take place in Arizona.
You can see a complete schedule here.
2020 Jeep Jamboree Details
If you wonder why so many enthusiasts will be a part of the 2020 Jeep Jamboree tour, things are pretty simple. These events are a perfect opportunity for off-roaders to enjoy in so many ways. Of course, the drive is the first thing to know. A great thing is that every event offers several different types of trails, so you can pick one that perfectly suits your experience, knowledge and the machine you drive.
These days, it’s not that easy to get in a great off-road adventure and the 2020 Jeep Jamboree seems like a perfect opportunity. Still, those with easy access to great off-road terrains probably won’t like the fact that there are so many crowds in these events. A large number of vehicles usually means a lot of compromises, including bumper-to-bumper running and similar things
The price may vary from event to event but in most cases, the price for a whole weekend goes around 160 dollars. On the other side, the legendary Rubicon event would cost you around 235 dollars. Also, keep in mind that prices for children are significantly lower, as well as that there all kinds of family pricing plans in the offer.
The price includes meals but not lodging. On the other side, you can also count on replacing parts, all kinds of entertainment stuff, medical helicopters and similar things. Another important thing to know is that you usually have to book much earlier.