Winter 4×4 Jamboree is an annual event held in Hurricane Utah. All proceeds are donated to land-use organizations and local Search and Rescue. This annual off-road event was founded in 2014 to promote and protect the Southern Utah area and raise funds to defend public lands access. The Event Venue is held at the Washington County Fairgrounds, in Hurricane, UT. The Fairgrounds are located about 2 hours north of Las Vegas, NV and about 4.5 hours south of Salt Lake City, UT, just off of I-15. All trails are located within a 1 hour drive from the fairgrounds. The majority of the trails are within the Sand Mountain Special Recreation Management Area, located just to the south of the Sand Hollow State Park, and within 5 miles of the fairgrounds. All trails are day trips and will be returning to the complex each day for the vendor show and activities.This spectacular event features world-class rock crawling combined with gorgeous views of Zion National Park, Pine Valley Mountain and more!
The Winter 4×4 Jamboree is organized and run by the very dedicated volunteers from the non-profit (501 (c)(3)) Desert Roads and Trails Society (Desert RATS). Last year, thanks to all of our attendees, we were able to donate $41,000 to the Utah Public Lands Alliance, Utah 4 Wheel Drive Association,Washington County Search and Rescue, and Share Trails/Blue Ribbon Coalition. These organizations work tirelessly for you to keep our trails open and available to our sport.
For more information, please visit www.winter4X4jamboree.com