The rules are designed to make the event safer and more enjoyable for all who
attend. They will be enforced.
General condition tech (steering, brakes, lights).
Primary elements for street legal status (licensed, current
registration, turn signals, rear view mirrors, working lights, exhaust
Dimension requirements as noted in trail descriptions.
The Following Items are required by the Forest Service:
Approved Spark arrestor
The following items are not required, but it is a good idea to carry them with you, whenever you are on the trail:
- SPARE TIRE
- TOW HOOKS (FRONT AND REAR)
- TOW STRAPS
- HI-LIFT JACK
- CB RADIO
- FIRST AID KIT
Vehicles not meeting minimum requirements will not be allowed on the
*Rimrock trip vehicles will be subject to additional inspection: lockers,
winch, and roll cage.
USFS requires spark arrestor on ALL vehicles. Glass packs or
any straight-through mufflers that do not include spark arrestor
certification are not allowed.
registered for the Jamboree must be street legal, licensed, insured and
equipped as prescribed for specific trips prior to the mandatory
technical inspection. Proof of insurance is required-no exceptions.
The PNW is not
responsible for accidents, damage, or injury to persons or vehicles. All
drivers must be licensed and are responsible
for the occupants of that vehicle. All occupants must be registered, paid
for, and sign a waiver.
shall be clearly visible on the front passenger side of registered vehicles
during the entire Jamboree.
Only registered vehicles
shall be permitted to travel on trails included in the Jamboree.
Running a non-assigned
trail anytime during Jamboree may result in disqualification from
participation during this and future Jamborees, as it jeopardizes our
Make sure you always
maintain visual contact with the vehicle behind you on trail rides. Stop and
wait for the vehicle behind you if you lose sight.
Weapons of any kind
are not permitted in vehicles or at camp.
- Consumption of alcohol
is not permitted on trails.
Dogs are discouraged,
but if brought must be on a leash at all times. Owners are responsible for
clean up of all droppings.
The campsite opens to
participants on Wednesday.
driving in campground. All drivers must be licensed.
No ATV (motorcycles,
quads, etc.) riding in the campground.
No vehicles, bicycles
or dogs allowed on grass in booth/stage area.
The campsite gate will
be closed 11:00 PM to 5:00 AM on Thursday and Friday, and Saturday after the
entertainment to 5:00 AM.
No individual or group wood
campfires in the camping area.
Please conserve space.
Park trailers and extra vehicles in spots unusable for camping.
Leave access roads and
Fire Lanes open.
The campground will be
full. Please reserve only as much space as needed.
Do not block access to
campsites. Vehicles blocking access will be asked to move.
Quiet time is 11pm to
5am for generators, music and general noise.
Please respect your neighbors - there are early trail departure times.
Guests must register
and pay $15 per guest per day fee. Meals are not available.
Guests must be
sponsored by and are the responsibility of a Host or Participant.
Guests may not bring a
trail vehicle or participate in trail runs.
Guests must abide by