Want a chance to see the Florida wilderness as it was back in the 1800’s? Then the Snowbird Jeep Jamboree is for you. The Clear Springs Ranch was originally owned by old Polk County families and their family graveyard on the ranch can still be seen with tombstones from the 1800 ‘ s. Today there are two thousand cattle on this 18,000-acre active ranch and they are still worked by cowboys on horseback. There’s an active 500-acre blueberry farm, along with strawberries and watermelons. The ranch is home to alligators that nest around the ranch. Alligator eggs are harvested and sold to alligator farms. There are deer, turkey, wild hogs, and coyotes on the property as well. The Peace River runs through the middle of the ranch and, when the river is low, there are caverns along the bank that a person can walk into. There is also a sinkhole called “gator sink” that appears to have no bottom. Trees have fallen into it and have disappeared. Don’t miss your chance take a step back in time and see the real Florida as it was meant to be.
Tow points and CB Radio Mandatory.
Participant Jeeps with tires over 37″ WILL BE TURNED AWAY AT VEHICLE EVALUATION AND WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO ATTEND JAMBOREE, NO REFUND.
Child (6-15): $125
Child (5 and under): $0
Family Plan: $825
To qualify for family plan pricing you must have two adults in the vehicle (no more, no less) and two or more children (not over the age of 15). All occupants must be traveling in the SAME Jeep vehicle.