The Friends of the Bantam Jeep Association, the organizers of the popular Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival, are introducing a new special event this fall. The Bantam Jeep Fall Fest, presented by Peoples, will take place September 29-30, 2017 at Coopers Lake Campground near Slippery Rock, Pa.
The Bantam Jeep Fall Fest is an exclusive opportunity for just 300 Jeeps to enjoy a more relaxed atmosphere while riding the on-site off-road trails and overcoming obstacles on the Jeep Playground. The event will also include the opportunity to enjoy two trails at night.
“Jeep owners look forward to attending the Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival each year,” said Patti Jo Lambert, Festival Director. “We’re excited to give them another opportunity to enjoy their Jeep in a much different, low-key setting.”
The Heritage Region Jeep Alliance (HRJA) and Rausch Creek Off-Road Park will be helping to manage the weekend’s activities. The Friends of the Bantam Jeep Association has also partnered with nearby Cheeseman’s Fright Farm for the event.
“The Heritage Region Jeep Alliance is happy to manage the trails for this event. We know that Jeep owners love to take their Jeep off-road during the day and they have even more fun testing their driving skills at night,” said Mark Gaydosh, Heritage Region Jeep Alliance and Friends of the Bantam Jeep Association member.
Plan to Attend
Registration for the Bantam Jeep Fall Fest opens on Saturday, July 1 and ends on August 13. No on-site registrations will be available and the event will not be open for general admission. Since only 300 Jeeps can participate, interested Jeep owners should register early.