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Old Jeep Rendezvous July 6th in Ashton, ID

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Jack asked me to post this event. Email: if you have any questions about the Rendezvous.

What: A gathering of pre-1970 Jeeps for a Rendezvous. Any model, CJ’s to Deuce-and-a-halfs, civilian or military, any condition, from “Rusty to Restored”. If it was made by Jeep before 1970, we’d like to see it here! Public is welcome! No admission charge for Jeep owners or spectators!

When: Saturday, July 6, 2013, 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 Noon

Why: 1. Display your Jeep vehicle, meet other owners, share and preserve the history of Jeep vehicles
2. Optional: drive your Jeep on a self-guided ride in Targhee National Forest to see some of the less visited areas of the Targhee National Forest, Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. We suggest either Cave Falls Road to Cave Falls or the Ashton-Flagg Ranch Road to Grassy Lake.

Where: Ashton City Park

How it will be organized: 1. 9:00 a.m. until Noon: Jeeps, from “Rusty to Restored”, will be displayed at the Ashton City Park. The Public is welcome to stop by and enjoy these old Jeeps!
2. Noon until dark: optional, on your own tour of forest roads.

Who: All owners of pre-1970 Jeeps, if it was made by Jeep, bring it! CJ’s to Deuce-and-a-halfs!
About Ashton, Idaho
Ashton is a small town located near the southwest corner of Yellowstone National Park. The Bechler Region of YNP, Jedediah Smith and Winegar Hole Wilderness Areas and Grand Teton National Park can be reached from Ashton via Targhee National Forest roads. Ashton services include groceries, lodging, restaurants, gas, tires, auto repair and camping for tents and r.v.’s.

The fine print: there’s no charge to join us for this event and no registration required. We are not an official club, just a group of people who enjoy old Jeeps. Your travel to and from, attendance at and participation in this event is at your own risk and your own expense.

Don’t trespass on private property. Know and obey all laws, rules and regulations. Respect the fragile nature of the forest. Travel on established roads only. We suggest you get a Forest Service Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) for the Caribou-Targhee National Forest from their website or office.


2 Comments on “Old Jeep Rendezvous July 6th in Ashton, ID

  1. Joe in Mesa

    Is this a yearly event? It sounds great, but neither pre-1970 Jeep I’m working on will be done by then. Yes, I know… I’ll send this question to, too and ask Jack.

  2. Jack

    Thanks for the email and the picture of your old Jeeps Joe!

    This is the first year for the Old Jeep Rendezvous. We’ve thought about doing it for several years and decided this was the year to give it a try. We’re not a club or a business, just people who like old Jeeps and enjoy driving them. With Yellowstone and Grand Teton so close and easy to get to from the Ashton area, it’s a great place to drive our Jeeps. I’ve posted pictures from a few of our drives on some of the old Jeep forums. Hope you can make it! Jack

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