Originally a Native American footpath, the Rubicon Trail was used by explorers in search of a clear path across the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Today, Jeep® owners travel from around the world to test their prowess on the most grueling 22 miles of off-road driving in America.
Travel from Georgetown to the Rubicon Trailhead then off to beautiful Rubicon Springs for 2 nights of camping under the stars. Whether it’s our expert trail team helping to guide you through obstacles like “Gatekeeper”, “Arnolds Rock” and “Big Sluice”, our skilled trail mechanics, or the amazing food after a long day of off-roading, you won’t be disappointed!
2023 Rubicon Trail Special Requirements
All Jeep vehicles shall adhere to the following requirements for the Rubicon Trail Jeep Jamboree.
- A minimum of 37” tires. (not to exceed 40”)
- Front and rear lockers
- Properly secured tow points
- GMRS radios are required
- Skid plates covering the gas tank, transfer case and rocker panels
- Any Jeep Wrangler JK Model with a stock factory rear axle is required to install an upgraded rear cover and/or a rear glide plate. The following links show examples of the required equipment.
2023 Rubicon Trail Model Restrictions
Jeep vehicle models 1996 and older are not permitted to register for the Rubicon Trail Jeep Jamboree. Participants must have a Jeep Wrangler model year 1997 to present or a Jeep Gladiator model year 2020 to present in order to participate in the Rubicon Trail Jeep Jamboree.
Double occupancy is required on this Jamboree.
The driver and the first passenger added will be charged the adult rate regardless of their age.
Child (10-15): $125
Child (9 and under): $0