Catskills Jeep Jamboree



Come join us for the 20th Annual Catskill Mountains Jeep Jamboree in Sullivan County, NY
September 21-23, 2017


Be sure to sign up early, space is limited and we have been selling out every year!!



Catskill's Jamboree is the best!

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The Catskill Mtns Jeep Jamboree has donated more than $7000 to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society through the Rock Hill Run & Ramble, a 5K fund raising event held annually in Rock Hill, NY.  Thank you to everyone that purchased our t-shirts and made donations.


This year's $2500 donation



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Photos:   Adam Rivas & Mike Taylor with  JJUSA presenting checks to  Resa Wallach & Suzanne Rhulen-Loughlin, directors of  the Rock Hill Run & Ramble.
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Click here for the index of Catskill Jamboree photos

 SEND US YOUR CATSKILLS PHOTOS!
We're always looking for photos from the Catskills Jamboree to post.  Please send us an email to: 
info@catskillsjeepjamboree.com 
Or mail your CD to:  Catskills Jeep Jamboree,  210 Coopers Corners Rd., Monticello, NY 12701

Check out the Catskills Jamboree Article from JPFreek Adventure Magazine

 

What is a Jeep Jamboree? It's fun for the whole family! Find out more by clicking here.

Sullivan County's Catskill Mountains have been a tourist resort area since the late 1800s due to their proximity to the metropolitan New York area. Sullivan County has more than 1,000 square miles of scenic splendor with fresh clean air, wide open spaces, hundreds of lakes, streams and majestic mountains overlooking lush green valleys. Nestled between the Hudson and Delaware River Valleys, the rolling hills are home to the legend of Rip Van Winkle and provide a launching pad for many entertainers in the area's hundreds of hotels and resorts. While Rip Van Winkle may be hard to find, the area has evolved into a year-round resort destination for mountain travelers. Famous for its abundant trout streams, downhill and cross country skiing, hiking, canoeing, camping and championship golf courses, the Catskills may have exactly what you are looking for.

The Catskill Mountains Jeep Jamboree is a fun filled event for all skill levels of Jeep owners. The wide variety of trails offers participants challenges at all levels with a fun filled weekend you'll be sure never to forget.  Ford a stream, climb over rocks, splash through deep mud and see some of the best unspoiled scenery the Catskills has to offer, some of which may only be seen by four wheel drive.
 
After hours, join everyone at Mr. Willys for a gourmet buffet dinner, skills obstacles & a 101 course, watch the day's videos on various TV's that participants proudly display.  Then it's time to have a beverage and share some stories around the bon-fire outside each night with your fellow jeepers.

Join us for the exciting Catskill Jamboree by calling Jeep Jamboree USA at (530) 333-4777 or sign up on the web site  
      
    http://www.jeepjamboreeusa.com


Find out more about the Catskills at the Sullivan County Visitors Association Website

 


      


The fun's not over when the trail ride ends! Evening activities include Dinner and........

Camp fire, car crushing, balance blocks


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Click on the Catskill guide above to meet the other Jamboree Guides

Click here for Lodging and Camping information

The event headquarters is Mr. Willys Restaurant on State Route 42 south of Monticello, NY.
Here are photos from Mr Willys during the Jamboree.

Click here to link to other Jeep and local Catskills web-sites

For questions about the Catskills Jeep Jamboree send an e-mail to info@catskillsjeepjamboree.com

 Sign up by calling Jeep Jamboree USA at (530) 333-4777 or at the web site http://www.jeepjamboreeusa.com.

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