ExtremeTerrain is excited to be the title sponsor of “Jeeps at the Farm”, a one day family-friendly Jeep enthusiast event. Taking place at the scenic Shady Brook Farm in Yardley, Pennsylvania on Saturday May 20, 2017 (rain or shine), Jeeps at the Farm celebrates the most capable off-road vehicle ever produced with a day of non-stop Jeep action.
Jeeps at the Farm will feature a variety of events throughout the day that allow you to put your Jeep to the test. Everything from a tricky obstacle course to a mud bog and a rock garden will push your Jeep to the limit, testing just how much articulation your suspension has. A “car crush” will also be on-site for those Jeepers who wish to conquer more than the trail.
Jeeps at the Farm isn’t just an event for your hardcore Jeepers, it has a little something for everyone.
Some of the biggest vendors in the industry will be there along with a host of activities that are fun for the whole family. Attendees can drop into the food, wine and beer garden on site to grab a bite or get a refreshing drink, while taking in the views from Shady Brook Farm.
Last year’s Jeeps at the Farm attracted over 400 Jeeps and 2,200 Jeep enthusiasts for a day of crawling and flexing. This year’s event hopes to build on that success by drawing a crowd of off-road ready rigs for a full day of fun and festivities.
From crawling through mud to flexing over boulders, Jeeps at the Farm is a must-attend event for any Jeeper.
Be sure to grab your tickets now for one of the most exciting, Jeep exclusive events of the season!
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