Jeep Jamboree USA – 30th Drummond Island
Densely wooded and rocky trails wind through this northern Michigan sportsman’s paradise of more than 40 inland lakes and 150 miles of shoreline. A short trip by ferry takes you to this gem of an island located just off of Michigan’s remote Eastern Upper Peninsula. Drummond Island’s trails consist of rugged terrain, mud and water, breathtaking vistas, and scenic bays.
One of the many highlights of this Jamboree is Marble Head, where your Jeep® brings you to the edge of 90-foot bluffs looking down at Lake Huron. And don’t forget to download the Badge of Honor App, as Marble Head is a Jeep® Badge of Honor trail! It’s not unusual to see some spectacular wildlife here as well, as many deer, bear and eagles call this island home.
Tow points are Mandatory. GMRS radios are required.
Participant Jeeps with tires over 40″ WILL BE TURNED AWAY AT VEHICLE EVALUATION AND WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO ATTEND JAMBOREE, NO REFUND.