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Welcome! Registration for our 2nd Annual 2019 Carbon County Fall Jamboree is now open! Please note that you will be responsible for transportation of your machine to the staging areas. Please email us at carbon.travel@carbon.utah.gov with any questions you may have.
Festivities will take place at the Carbon County Fairgrounds & Event Center

Registration ends September 1
Register Now!

About The Rides

HOW IT WILL WORK:

  • Registration for rides is on a “first come-first serve basis”
  • Registration check in will be held at the Carbon County Fairgrounds on Thursday, September 26, 2019 starting at 7:00 a.m.
  • All riders will be required to sign a liability release/waiver prior to participating in any rides
  • Please note, that rides with 5 or fewer registered participants may be cancelled or combined with other rides. The Fall Jamboree will make every effort to notify you of which rides have been combined with others or cancelled.

Things To Note:

All trails/roads used by the Fall Jamboree are understood to be two-way. Even on narrow trails, you may meet someone coming on an ATV/UTV from the opposite direction. Watch carefully for oncoming traffic on all roads and trails. Be Kind, Be Careful, & Be Courteous.

Each participant is responsible for his/her own health and well-being along the trails. We will never be more than a few hours from town, but medical assistance will be available on each ride from a certified first aid/cpr trained trail guide.

All participants are expected to comply with state and local laws.

Beginner: These rides are almost wholly on dirt roads. Some of the beginner rides may include short moderately steep sections or switchbacks.

Intermediate: In general, they include some road and ATV trail portions with some steep, rough, or more challenging trails. A ride may also be intermediate in nature due to its length.

Advanced: Advanced rides will generally include portions that are steep, rough, and otherwise difficult to maneuver. In some cases, rides are listed as advanced because of the length of the ride.

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Thursday, September 26, 2019
7:00 a.m. Credential Pick Up & On Site Registration Carbon County Event Center (link)
8:30 a.m. Opening Ceremonies (Carbon County Event Center)
9:00 a.m. Make way to staging areas
9:30 a.m. Guided rides begin
6:00 p.m. Welcome Dinner (Carbon County Event Center)
Sponsored by Castle Country OHV
“Sausages, Sides, & S’mores”
Followed by LIVE Music with the Jeff Keele Band, Vendor Market

Friday, September 27, 2019
7:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast
7:45 a.m. Drawings Begin
8:00 a.m. Make way to staging areas
8:30 a.m.-9:00 a.m. Guided rides begin

Saturday, September 28, 2019
7:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast
7:45 a.m. Drawings Begin
8:00 a.m. Make way to staging areas
8:30 a.m.-9:00 a.m. Guided rides begin

Sunday, September 29, 2019
8:00 a.m. Closing Ceremonies & Breakfast
9:00 a.m. Prizes & Grand Prize Drawings
9:30 a.m. Make your way to Rodeo
10:00 a.m. OHV Rodeo Begins!

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Thursday

  • Spring Canyon Ghost Ride (Beginner/Intermediate) Staging area is at the Carbon County Event Center. Enjoy riding over to Spring Canyon Ghost Town where you may just catch a glimpse of ghosts from the past.
    Open to 20 machines. Approximately 59 Miles
  • Ladies Fun Run (Beginner) Trailer 8 miles from Price to the staging area (Millers Truck Stop Wellington, Utah) This is a “ladies only” ride and will be guided by Joan Powell, Wellington City Mayor. Joan is an avid OHV Trail rider and supporter and the ladies will have a great time experiencing the trail head from Wellington to 9 Mile Canyon.
    Open to 30 machines Approximately 50 Miles
  • Gordon Creek Waterfall Ride(Beginner/Intermediate) Staging Area is at the Carbon County Fairgrounds. Ride over to the old town of Consumers, see the Gordon Creek Waterfall & old Train Tress
    Open to 30 Machines Approximately 20 Miles

Friday

  • Bruin Point Ride (Beginner) *Lunch Provided compliments of East Carbon City. Trailer 27 miles to the staging area (Sunnyside Park) Take in the beautiful colors of the canyon as you head over the top of Cottonwood Canyon, down to the red rock of 9 Mile Canyon. See the Great Hunt Panel and possibly the wild horses & other wildlife. Open to 30 machines. Approximately 65 miles
  • Sheriff’s Ride (Beginner) *Dutch Oven Lunch Provided
    Staging area is at the Carbon County Fairgrounds. Sheriff Jeff Wood & his posse will take you over to the Gordon Creek Waterfall & then over to the North Springs Shooting Range for a shoot in the Cowboy Action Town followed by some of the best dutch-oven cooking. You must provide your own firearm & ammunition. *Hand gun calibers & .22 Long Rifle Only!
    Open to 30 machines. Approximately 22 Miles
  • Ladies Fun Run (Beginner) Trailer 8 miles from Price to the staging area (Millers Truck Stop Wellington, Utah) This is a “ladies only” ride and will be guided by Joan Powell, Wellington City Mayor. Joan is an avid OHV Trail rider and supporter and the ladies will have a great time experiencing the trail head from Wellington to 9 Mile Canyon
    Open to 30 machines Approximately 50 Miles
  • Pinnacle Peak/Diff Hanger Ride (Advanced) Staging area is the Carbon County Fairgrounds. Take an adventure on the “gnarley” side of things and join the OHV Club as they lead you on a technical adventure across pinnacle peak and diff hanger
    Open to Approximately 31 Miles

Saturday

  • Bruin Point Ride (Beginner) *Lunch Provided compliments of East Carbon City. Trailer 27 miles to the staging area (Sunnyside Park) Take in the beautiful colors of the canyon as you head over the top of Cottonwood Canyon, down to the red rock of 9 Mile Canyon. See the Great Hunt Panel and possibly the wild horses & other wildlife.
    Open to 30 machines. Approximately 65 miles
  • Sheriff’s Ride (Beginner) *Dutch Oven Lunch Provided
    Staging area is at the Carbon County Fairgrounds. Sheriff Jeff Wood & his posse will take you over to the Gordon Creek Waterfall & then over to the North Springs Shooting Range for a shoot in the Cowboy Action Town followed by some of the best dutch-oven cooking. You must provide your own firearm & ammunition. *Hand gun calibers & .22 Long Rifle Only!
    Open to 30 machines. Approximately 22 Miles
  • Pinnacle Peak/Diff Hanger Ride (Advanced) *Lunch on own
    Staging area is the Carbon County Fairgrounds. Take an adventure on the “gnarly” side of things and join the OHV Club as they lead you on a technical adventure across pinnacle peak and diff hanger.
    Open to 20 machines. Approximately 31 Miles
  • Life Is Swell Ride (Intermediate) Hosted by Emery County Commissioners *Sack Lunch Provided
    Trailer 45 miles to the town of Ferron. Staging area will be at the trail head.
    Yes, you can still ride off road vehicles in the Swell! Join the Emery County Commissioners as they take you into the beauty and rugged trails of the Eva Conover Trail & Devils Race Track! Open to 30 machines.
    Approximately: 50 miles Riding, 45 miles Trailering to the staging area (-110.9263  39.042)

Sunday

  • Registration for the OHV Rodeo. This is a timed event to test your riding and technical skills hosted by Castle Country OHV. Prizes given to 1st, 2nd, & 3rd Place
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The dates are September 26-29, 2019.  As a general rule, it is the last weekend in September starting on Thursday.

The fee is $100 per person-both drivers and passengers. The fee includes 3 days of guided rides, welcome dinner, continental breakfast at the event center each morning, drawing ticket for each day to win prizes, welcome packet with swag, Fall Jamboree T-shirt

We understand that it may not always be possible to join us even after you have registered. Under the refund policy, $10.00 from each registration is non-refundable. $90.00 before September 1st and $50.00 after September 1st.

You can dry camp at the Carbon County Fairgrounds, however, we encourage you to use reserve space at the Castle Gate Rv Park in Helper, Legacy Inn RV Park in Price, or National 9 in Wellington.

Visit www.castlecountry.com for Lodging and Dining options

f you are interested in being a vendor, please contact Tina Henrie at Carbon County Tourism at (435)636-3701 for more information. Vendors will set up Wednesday evening from 6:00-9:00 p.m. Must provide your own tables/chairs. No Fee, however, you will be asked to donate an item(s) to donate for the drawings. We are looking for one sponsor for each day drawing that will be featured on all the printed material, and t shirts.