On-Site Off-Road Trails
Friday, June 8, 9 a.m. – 3:30 pm
Saturday June 9, 9 a.m. – 5:30 pm
Sunday, June 10, 9 a.m. – 2:30 pm
Maximum Jeep Participants: 1,700 (for Playground and On-site Trails combined)
Cost: $50 for access all three days -- also includes admission to the Jeep Playground
You’ll enjoy the On-site Trails at Cooper's Lake! There are trails appropriate for beginners in stock Jeeps and experienced Jeepers with modified Jeeps. More challenging options will be available for Jeeps that are properly equipped. Each trail is approximately 1 mile long. Trails change each year and even more obstacles have been added for 2017! Those who qualify for the Extreme trail will love the new 2017 additions!!!
Trails close 30 minutes prior to Festival end time. Hours above are the last time rides go out.
Planning Tip! Our Playground and Trails are the busiest on Saturday between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Consider doing these activities on Friday and Sunday. You'll spend more time having fun and less time waiting in line!
Note: Young children in rear-facing car seats are not permitted to ride in a Jeep on the playground or trails. Older children can ride in the Jeep as long as they are in the proper child safety seat and/or seat belt according to Pennsylvania law.
There are many safety rules and requirements for everyone participating in the Trails and Playground. Please refer to the Rules and Waivers page for these rules.
Due to weather and changing conditions, the Playground and Trails can be closed or reclassified at ANY time during the event. No refunds will be issued.
-33” tire with short wheel base
-35” tire with long wheel base
-Must have working winch and locker, not optional
-Prefer locker/winch depending on trail condition (mud)
-Stock Jeep or any other Blue/Black capable Jeep
-Must know how to use 4 low
*These are in addition to the other requirements for Trails and Playground found on the website.
Thank you to Rugged Ridge for sponsoring the On-site Off-road Trails.
Thanks to Rausch Creek for coordinating the On-Site Trails.