Jeep Jamboree – 4th Killbuck
The first American settlers arrived to the banks of Killbuck Creek in the early 1800’s. Farms quickly began to flourish in this fertile area and word rapidly spread. Trading posts emerged, railroads were built and with a connection to the Ohio Erie Canal, small villages were soon booming with trade. Undergoing several name changes over the years, the village of Killbuck wasn’t officially named and incorporated until 1882. It was named in honor of a Lanape Native who was loyal to American Soldiers during and after the Revolutionary War.
Today our Jamboree brings us to property off of Highway 62, also known as the Amish Country Biway. The area is steeped in history and we are lucky to have found private property here on which to play. With big boulders, rock ledges, hill climbs, scenic views and more, this new property has it all! Come out for scenic and challenging trail rides with the best trail guides in the industry.