to the first 350 riders.
Directions: The towns of
Monticello, and Blanding, Utah are
both on HWY 191 in southeastern
Utah, not far north of the Four
Contact: 800-574-4386, www.san
11. SEPTEMBER 18–19
CAMP RZR EAST
The domination of Polaris in the
off-road vehicle world has now
spilled over into organized events.
The Minnesota-based OEM has
Kicking back and enjoying a concert is one option at many of the ATV jamborees
and festivals. There’s usually good barbecue to chow down on as well.
At many of these events the manufacturers bring out their lineup of machines and
even let you test drive them. There are also vendors who have the accessories most
riders are looking for.
rebranded two major events and
named them both Camp RZR. For
the eastern trail riders, Brimstone
Recreation’s fall jamboree (formally
known as Side-by-Side Round-Up) is
now simply called Camp RZR as well.
Both events are not only a huge hit
for Polaris, but they have become
two of the most popular riding
weekends of the year. Polaris delivers
great contests, concerts and huge
giveaways, like free RZRs! No matter
what, both Camp RZRs are a blast to
attend and are a good way to keep
the sport growing at a rapid pace.
Cost: $25 all weekend, $20
Directions: 2860 Baker Highway,
Huntsville, TN 37756. Brimstone Park
is north of Huntsville, Tennessee,
on Baker Highway. Take HWY 53
northwest of Knoxville.
12. SEPTEMBER 19–23
ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATV/UTV
The 2016 Rocky Mountain ATV/UTV
Jamboree kicks off two weeks after
Labor Day. This year the organizers
will be giving away numerous sets
of Big O Tires ATV tires, as well as an
Arctic Cat ATV during the rodeo and
an Arctic Cat Wildcat Trail UTV on
the final night! There are a massive
number of trails to choose from.
Some require trailers, many require
a vehicle narrower than 50 inches,
but many allow wide machines. This
year the parade will be held after
the opening dinner, making for the
first-ever “lights parade” held during
the jamboree. Think about ways to
light up your machine for that! Entry
fee covers guided rides Monday
through Friday, dinners on Monday
and Friday evenings, continental
breakfasts in the park Tuesday
through Friday mornings, a short-sleeved T-shirt, poker card, a 2016
Paiute Trail sticker and entry into the
Cost: $100 per driver, with an
additional $100 fee for passengers.
Registration is required by no later
than September 1, 2016. Register
online or via mail.
Directions: Richfield is 3 hours
south of Salt Lake City, Utah and 4
hours north of Las Vegas, Nevada.
It is easiest to use I- 15 through Utah.
Follow the signs to Richfield via I- 70.
Contact: 844-4MY-TRAIL, e-mail
13. SEPTEMBER 20–24
ATV HISTORICAL COLOR TOUR
Buena Vista, Colorado
The Buena Vista, Colorado
Chamber of Commerce hosts an
annual (17th!) community charity
event called the ATV Historical Color
Tour. They claim, “Pardner, I’m ah
telln ya, thars gold in them thar hills,”
both in the ground and on the trees.
Riders and drivers head to the rally
and mountain festival to visit the
area’s old mining sites and ghost