Jeeps On The Mountain 2023, Sponsored by Turpin Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram
October 13 @ 1:00 pm – October 14 @ 7:00 pm
Jeeps On The Mountain, sponsored by Turpin Dodge Chrysler Jeep RAM, is BACK on October 13th-14th! Enjoy LIVE music, food trucks, primitive camping, off-roading designated mountain trails, obstacles, and activities for the kids, including the Power Wheels Crawler Course, a raffle benefitting the Veterans Freedom Center, lawn games, and more! All 4×4 Jeeps, military vehicles, Broncos, Scouts, K5s, Land Rovers, Toyotas, expedition and safari vehicles are welcome!
JUST ANNOUNCED: NEW this year, our Power Wheels Crawler Course! The Power Wheels Crawler Course is for kids ages 3-10. Each participant must provide their own Power Wheels car/truck and helmet. Helmets must be worn. In addition, a minor’s waiver and release must be completed by the parents before the event. This is available at the track on the day of the event. Plus, we’ll have other activities for the kids, including a Giant Bubble Station, Chalk The Walk, games, and more!
Note: Any regular electric standard-size Power Wheels vehicle is allowed with the following restrictions: no ATV, quad, motorcycle, etc. type vehicles allowed on the Power Wheels Kids Track; child’s legs must be in a compartment; any vehicle deemed to be unsafe will not be permitted. Each participant must provide their own Power Wheels car/truck and helmet. Helmets must be worn.
Schedule Of Events*:
1 PM: Campsite opens
3 PM: North Lodge opens, serving drinks and a limited menu
9:30 AM: Gates open
10 AM-Dusk: Trail open
10 AM-6 PM: Vendor & Activity Area, Kids Zone, and Power Wheels Crawler Course open
11 AM: Food Trucks begin serving
Noon-4 PM: Live music from Shannon Woulfe at the Vendor & Activity Area
4 PM-8 PM: Live music from Joe Valenti inside the North Lodge
Noon: Campsite closes
*Subject to change
Admission to the grounds:
Kids 14 & under: FREE
Ages 15 & Older: $10
Trail Pass per vehicle/rig & driver’s admission: $30
Primitive Camping/site: $15/night
Limited Trailside Camping is available at the base of our hill for camping (one vehicle/one tent) for Friday, October 13th, and Saturday, October 14th. We will have a separate designated campsite at the top of the hill for RV campers in our Easy Access Camping Area. Primitive camping sites only. We do not have hookups for water or electricity or onsite shower facilities. For a list of lodging properties, including campsites with these amenities, please click HERE.
Tickets, trail passes and camping site reservations will be available to prepurchase September 1st-October 2nd, online only!* Please check back for more details as they become available!
*Tickets will also be available for purchase at the gate the day of the event.
Special Thanks to our Sponsors and Vendors:
Rubicon Title Sponsor: Turpin Dodge Chrysler Jeep
Sahara Sponsor: Complete Offroad
Want to be a Vendor?
We have an available limited number of vendor spaces available for rent.
Click HERE to contact us abour being a sponsor.
Is there a place to park my trailer?
Yes, we have parking available for trailers in our parking overflow/RV Camping area across the road from our property. Please park there upon arrival and proceed with your trail vehicle to our main entrance area to pick up your will call or purchase admission and trail passes. We do NOT have parking available for trailers in our main parking lot.
Are carry-ins allowed?
Carry-ins aren’t allowed on the trails. Coolers are permitted in the camping area only. No open containers will be allowed on the trails.
Are other 4×4 vehicles other than Jeeps allowed on the trails?
Yes, this event is open to other vehicles once a waiver is signed. The vehicle must also be insured and have four-wheel drive, working brakes, and working seat belts for every passenger. Four wheel, ATV/UTVs are allowed and must be insured.
Are dogs allowed?
Yes, this is a dog-friendly event. All dogs must be on a leash, and any dog displaying aggressive behavior will need to leave the property. Dog owners are also responsible for cleaning up after their pets.
What time do the campgrounds open and close?
Campgrounds open at 1 PM on Friday, October 13th, and close at Noon Sunday, October 15th.
Are campfires allowed in the camping areas?
Yes, fires are allowed in fire rings and grills only. We do not supply fire rings or grills. Firewood is available for purchase. Do not leave fires unattended, and put out all fires before leaving.
Will food be available for purchase on Friday night for campers?
We will have hot dogs and brats available in our North Lodge for purchase. We will also have the bar open for drinks.
Do you have hook-ups (water, electric, and sewer) for RVs or public showers and bathrooms?
Unfortunately, we do not have hookups for water or electricity or onsite shower facilities. We will have port-a-potties available near both campsites (Easy Access RV and Trailside Tent Camping). For a list of lodging properties, including campsites with these amenities, please click HERE.
Disclaimer: There is the possibility of damage to your vehicle when traveling rough terrain. Any damage is the owner’s responsibility.