Friday, June 13th to Sunday, June 15th, 2014 / More info
The Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival is a tribute event for the father of all jeeps, the history behind it, the people who created it, and its birthplace, Butler, Pennsylvania. The main event is at Coopers Lake Campground while the Jeep Invasion takes place in Downtown Butler.
Friday, June 13
Saturday June 14
Sunday, June 15
Cost: Free to all registered participants
Test your driving skills in our Jeep Competitions! Trophies will be awarded on Sunday to the best male and female competing in each event. The four competitions include Teeter Totter, RTI Ramp, Slow Crawl and Balancing Blocks. The Teeter Totter and RTI ramp will be open during Festival hours. The Slow Crawl and Balancing Blocks will take place each day between 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. There will also be a Frame Twister to try!
Teeter Totter Competition coordinated by:
RTI RampCompetition coordinated by:
Slow Crawl and Balancing BlocksCompetitions coordinated by:
Become a sponsor to one of the region’s most popular Jeep events. Take advantage of this opportunity to promote your business to thousands of Jeep, automotive and history enthusiasts. To learn more about sponsorship opportunities, contact us by calling (724) 234-2291.