First-ever Jeep Patrol in Big Bear This Weekend

Oct. 15, 2010 By Press Release
Southern California Jeep Dealers have teamed up with local Big Bear organizations to create the Jeep Patrol Trail Care Adventure Program.

The goals of the program are twofold. First the program aims to get people and families out into the back-country for challenging, fun drives on 4x4 roads and trails in the San Bernardino National Forest. Trails include adventures for all skill and comfort levels, from simple to "two tracks" to challenging trails.

The second goal involves trail care. While out on the trails, participants will take care of the tracks and roads by removing easily found and hauled trash items. By experiencing and taking care of the beautiful back-country areas, program organizers hope to instill a sense of stewardship and responsibility for public lands in all participants. This is the best way to assure that the public lands managing agencies will keep the land accessible and maintained for everyone's enjoyment.

 Goal: Find and remove trash left behind on public lands and enjoy a great day on 4x4 trails in the beautiful San Bernardino National Forest around Bear Lake


·  Jeep Patrol Trail Care Adventure Program

·  50 local trails to be cleaned up       

·  All makes and model 4x4 vehicles welcome

·  Free registration

·  Free Jeep gear

·  BBQ dinner afterwards

·  Free full color 4x4 trail map of the Big Bear area (includes over 600 miles of trails and roads)

- Prize drawings

When: Saturday, October 16
7:30 9:30 AM check in and registration
8:00 AM 3:45 PM Jeep Patrols
3:45 PM BBQ and refreshments available
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM Prize drawing

Where: Bear Lake Discovery Center
Located on North Shore Drive, Highway 38
Big Bear Lake, California

To register and for more information, please go to: Newsletter
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