The Trail Jamboree is a great family event. It offers something for everyone!
- Mild trails for novice drivers or stock rigs.
- Moderate trails for people looking to challenge themselves or their vehicles.
- Challenging trails with hill climbs and side hills for custom vehicles and experienced drivers.
The Trail Jamboree is not just about four wheeling, unless you want it to be. There are opportunities for fishing, hiking, wildlife watching, photography, or just plain relaxing.
You will meet a variety of people from the Pacific Northwest, and beyond.
In its 27th year, the Trail Jamboree is a primary fundraiser for the Pacific Northwest Four Wheel Drive Association (PNW4WDA). The Jamboree is based out of Jim Sprick Park in the community of Nile, located between mile markers 103 & 104 on Hwy 410 in eastern Washington. It is surrounded by the beautiful Cascade Mountains and the Naches River.
Additional Passengers: Adult
Additional Passengers: 11-15
Additional Passengers: 10 and under
Trail Host Sponsor
The $450 fee covers the admission fees of the five-member trail host team, as well as a sponsor (i.e. you) one vehicle, and one passenger. Additional passengers are extra; prices are indicated on the registration sheet. Admission fees include camping Wednesday thru Saturday, dinner Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday breakfast.
Trail Jammin' 2016 was brought to you by the Pacific Northwest Four Wheel Drive Association, with support from:
For registration-related questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Kristin Smith at 503-310-0853. For event information contact Adrian Valliere at email@example.com or call 503-310-0852.