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Ghost Town Jamboree back to life after 7 years

By:
Joshua   Noble
Posted On:
Mar 18, 2013  at  at 11:38 AM
Category:
Upcoming Events

Image courtesy of the Walapai 4 WheelersFor the first time since 2006, the Walapai 4 Wheelers Ghost Town Jamboree is back in Kingman this April 12-14.

Seven runs daily will accommodate all difficulty levels, ranging from mild for stock vehicles, to wild buggy trails sure to challenge thrill seekers.  Most runs will take place in the majestic Hualapai Mountains, but all rides have been chosen to showcase the surrounding mountain ranges and awesome scenery of Mohave County. The Jamboree is headquartered  at the Mohave County Fairgrounds.

Registration starts on Thursday, April 11 at 10:00am and includes two event T-shirts, three days of rides covering all skill levels, free dry camping space at the Mohave County Fairgrounds, evening bonfires and Saturday night gourmet buffet dinners for two catered by Vito’s Restaurant.

Martin Swanty will be on site showcasing their latest Jeeps, and Cody Swanty from Desert Thunder Motor Sports will have a new Arctic Cat there to show our participants. Each evening, a bonefire will be hosted at the Fairgrounds and is welcome to all participants. A Saturday evening raffle includes prizes by local and national vendors and includes a Smittybilt 8000lb winch XRT, a Superwinch 9000-lb winch and a set of Big O Tires.

Preregistration forms can be downloaded here. Registration starts on Thursday, April 11 at 10:00am and includes two event T-shirts, three days of rides covering all skill levels, free dry camping space at the Mohave County Fairgrounds, Saturday night gourmet buffet dinners for two catered by Vito’s Restaurant and entry into a raffle with donations provided by local and national vendors. The host hotel is Best Western Kings Inn, just 4 blocks from the Fairgrounds.

Click here for the full schedule and more information.