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Jamboree Information

This year's Arapeen ATV Jamboree originates in Ferron, Utah which is located in Southeastern Utah.   The ride will include the Arapeen ATV Trail System in the Manti-LaSal National Forest and trails in San Rafael Swell.

The registration fee for the ride is $120.00 per participant (Riders or Passengers Regardless of Age),  and the registration deadline is August 20, 2014.

The registration fee includes:

bulleta continental breakfast each morning.
bulletWelcome Dinner Monday night.
bulletDutch oven dinner Friday night with a choice of a lamb fry or Turkey.
bulletAll necessary trail fees          
bulletLive Entertainment
bulletArapeen Trail T-Shirt
bulletGuided tours

The following is general information regarding the event that will help you to better understand the registration process and the activities that are held in conjunction with the Jamboree.

  1. Block out September 1-5, 2014 on your calendar.

  2. Registration is required by no later than August 20th, 2014 so as to allow adequate time for planning, activities, guides, meals T-shirts, etc.

  3. Include name, address and payment for each rider on  sign-up sheet.  The sheet indicating your ride choices must be submitted with the appropriate registration fee.  Make checks payable to:     Arapeen ATV Jamboree, Inc. and mail to P.O. Box 382 in Castle Dale, Utah  84513.  Registration fee is $120.00 per participant (Riders or Passengers Regardless of Age). The Jamboree's policy is that our list of registered riders names and addresses is for our use only, and will not be distributed for any other use.

  4. Make your motel, campground and ATV rental reservations (if necessary) early.  Please refer to the Services guide for a list of local motels and trailer facilities.

  5. We will be riding at altitudes from 5000 feet to nearly 12,000 feet above sea level so please tune up your wheeler for those conditions before your arrival.

  6. There are a limited number a ATV's for rent in Emery County.  Please refer to the enclosed guide for a list of local rental options.

  7. Each registered rider assumes the responsibility for being properly trained and outfitted as well as taking responsibility for his or her own safety and well being.  Registered riders also have the responsibility for being properly insured.  Registration for the Jamboree is an indication of such willingness o the part of each rider.  Refer to the Safety and Limitation of Liability section herein for more information.

  8. Choose your rides carefully, according to your abilities and the rating given with each ride description.  The Jamboree rides require that you be willing and able to transport your own ATV to remote locations with the group.  This allows you to see more of Utah's ATV trails and keep our ride groups at a manageable size.  This also spreads the whole group over a larger area, providing for less intense use of local trails.

  9. We will have individual credentials for each rider during check-in at the park on Monday morning.  Credentials will also be used for all Jamboree sponsored meals.  Keep your credentials with you at all time as they will identify you as a registered rider and will allow admission to all Jamboree events, prize drawings, meals etc. unless otherwise stated.

  10. Bring warm clothing and rain gear in case of unexpected cooler or wet weather.  September is an ideal time to ride the trail but nights on the mountain can be somewhat cold, and weather can change without warning.  Also for San Rafael Swell rides bring your sun screen and, of course, plenty of water to drink.

  11. Utah State law requires Utah residents to have current, OHV registration. All Resident and Non-Resident OHV/ATV operators ages eight through fifteen must possess a Utah OHV Education Certificate or a riding license from their home state or residence. Operators 16 and over must have a valid drivers license or OHV Education Certification. Non-Residents owning an OHV (includes all-terrain vehicles, off highway vehicles, off highway motorcycles, and snowmobiles) shall pay an annual $30 OHV user fee/permit. Owners receive a decal and registration card. The decal MUST be displayed at all times on the OHV and the registration card MUST remain with the vehicle at all times. OHV's currently registered in states that offer reciprocal operating privileges in Utah or OHV's attending a state sponsored Jamboree (ours) are exempt from this requirement.  Non-Residents that do not meet the exempt requirements or wish to ride outside of the Jamboree or stay and ride after the Jamboree ends, must purchase a Non-Resident OHV permit for each ATV/OHV. Permits are available online here or at all Maverick Country Stores. For more information please call 1-801-538-7433.

  12.  If your state does require registration, it needs to be current.  Helmets are mandatory to age 18 and strongly advised for all riders. 

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