Pacific Northwest Four Wheel Drive Association - Event Information



Event Name:Trail Jamboree 2018
Description:Name: Trail Jamboree 2018
Date(s): 07/04/18 - 07/08/18

Description: Trail Jamboree is an annual event held in Naches,Washington.  The Jamboree is based at Jim Sprick Park in the Nile community located between mile markers 103 and 104 on Hwy 410 in Eastern Washington.  While at Jamboree you are surrounded by four wheel drive trails, the historic Naches Trail, towering rock cliffs, ponderosa pines, wildlife, and the Naches River.  Arrive on Wednesday to set up camp.  Thursday, Friday, and Saturday our Trail Hosts will lead you to the trail of your choosing.  Currently there are 10 different trails to choose from with ratings from 1-10. There is a trail for every skill level.

    Each night there is a driver meeting before the evenings activities.  Our event includes dinner Thursday night, Friday night, and Saturday night with entertainment, and Sunday breakfast.  We have an ice cream social, door prizes, give-a-ways, contests, demonstrations, campfire, and great people to meet.  The campground is an open field; some trees for shade, and a tent area.  Pay showers and restroom, potable water and port-a-potties are available. There are no RV hookups; however we offer a septic pumping service on Wednesday and Friday for a fee.  The park opens up for the Jamboree on Wednesday.  If you want to arrive earlier, park staff will collect an additional camping fee of $15 per camping unit per night.  There are four wheel drive trails for all experience levels.  So sign up, come to Naches and go wheeling! Completely enjoy yourself.

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Event Date:07-04-18 - 07-08-18
Event Time:09:00 AM - 10:00 AM Pacific
Location:Jim Sprick Community Park
13680 State Route 410
Naches, WA 98937
UNITED STATES

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