Jamboree Outdoor Garage

New for 2017, Jeep Jamboree USA has taken our truck and trailer component that appeared at Jamborees last year and created a new, interactive space we’re calling the Jamboree Outdoor Garage.  This area will be a gathering place for our participants on registration day (Thursday) and at the conclusion of the first trail day (Friday,) where guests can hang out and play games (i.e. corn hole, remote controlled Jeeps, etc.) have soft drinks and snacks, and interact with our sponsors and trail representatives Corey Osborne and Ty Devereaux.  While this area is not a garage in the sense of working directly on your personal rigs, it’s meant to be a social space as well as educational – where you can simply hang out, discuss trail experiences, seek information about new product to add to your Jeep and do walk arounds with our display Jeep we’ll have onsite.  You’ll be able to pick up some swag, enjoy additional time with fellow off-road enthusiasts while sharing and getting tips on making your trail time the best experience possible.

Two faces familiar to many of you are Corey Osborne and Ty Devereaux, who have been with JJUSA as trail guides for 10+ years, who in addition to their presence on Jamborees as guides, will now be working in a new feature this year – our Jamboree Outdoor Garage.   Corey and Ty will be your go-to experts on everything off-roading; from aftermarket modifications and accessories, to trail tips and planning your next 4×4 adventure.  During Jamboree weekends they will be available before trail excursions and after, and on Friday evening in the Jamboree Outdoor Garage, so please be sure to seek them out.  Bring your questions about your Jeep, off-roading and everything related and use them as a great resource for your adventures.

The Jamboree Outdoor Garage will be coming to the following Jeep Jamborees!

  • Table Mesa
  • Texas Spur
  • Tennessee Mountains
  • Coal Mountains Spring
  • Land Between the Lakes
  • Tillamook
  • Drummond Island
  • Penn’s Woods
  • Killington
  • Coal Mountain
  • Rubicon Trail
  • Texas Spur Fall
  • Catskill Mountains
  • Maine Mountains
  • Uwharrie
  • Gateway to the Cumberlands
  • Moab