23rd Northwoods – Mole Lake 2018

Crandon, Wisconsin

July 12 - 14

Trip Details

Venture through heavily forested trails, passing creeks, ponds, and lakes that dot this northern backcountry. Discovered in 1634 by French explorer Jean Nicolet, the 661,000-acre Nicolet National Forest surrounds the Sokaogon/Chippewa community of Mole Lake. You’ll go deep into beautiful forest on old logging roads and abandoned railroads.

Skirt the headwater swamps of the Peshtigo, Wolf, and Wisconsin Rivers. Keep an eye out for plenty of indigenous wildlife, including deer, beaver, bald eagles, loons, foxes, and black bear. The region is also a paradise for paddlers and fishers alike. Come explore the northwoods with us in this land of lakes.

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.

Registration Fees

Adult: $295
Child (6-15): $125
Child (5 and under): $0

Family Plan: $750

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.

Opens for registration on December, 6th at 12:00 PM PST