Mono Chamber of Commerce is proud to be able to donate a portion of
the receipts to the West Walker River Fish Enhancement and the Antelope Valley
Fire Department programs.
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Jamboree begins in...
Welcome to the 8th Annual Eastern Sierra Jamboree!
With a record number of riders the fun was fantastic!
Everyone had a great time, greatly enjoyed the rides and have indicated they will be back next year!
Check back in January 2015 as registration will open
for our 2015 Jamboree.
2015 dates are June 16-20. See you then!
"Thank you to all the people that had anything to do
with your Jamboree! I've been to several other Jamborees
and never have I been so well taken care of, the
organization and processes were stellar..."
Are you ready for a thrill of a lifetime? Grab your Quad and get on over to the Eastern Sierra ATV & UTV Jamboree.
This is truly one of
those lifetime experiences. Enjoy 4 fun-filled days of guided trail rides into and
through some of the most beautiful country ever created. All rides are
headed up by knowledgeable guides, listen to some great history on the
local area and bring the camera for some fantastic photo opportunities.
The Eastern Sierra ATV & UTV
Jamboree originates in Walker/Coleville, California which is located in Northern
Mono County, on the eastern side of the Sierra. The rides take place on a
combination of public lands, US Forest and BLM.
Please browse our website making
sure to visit each page. The site has a ton of information to make your
trip more enjoyable. Many common questions are answered on our FAQ
page and information on costs and such can be reviewed on our reservation page.
Spots won't last long so sign up soon. If you find out at the last moment
that you are able to attend, contact us to see if we have space available.
required on all ATV's and UTV's
Helmets are required on all ATV's and UTV's
We live and play in a remote area, are you covered?
Click here for info
Copyright (C) 2007-2014 Tim Fesko
Future Dates of Jamboree
June 16-20, 2015
June 13-17, 2017
June 12-16, 2018
June 11-15, 2019
June 16-20, 2020
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