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Heidi5869

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I just realized I have the option to go to one of these locations. Any suggestions on which one is the best and are there specific dates its only available?? I've been waiting sooo long for my Bronco to get here, I've just stopped thinking about it and now its been shipped so I'm getting excited again.... Thanks for any info :)
 
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I just realized I have the option to go to one of these locations. Any suggestions on which one is the best and are there specific dates its only available?? I've been waiting sooo long for my Bronco to get here, I've just stopped thinking about it and now its been shipped so I'm getting excited again.... Thanks for any info :)
Go to one that is closest to the conditions of where you would or potentially would take your Bronco. It’s really fun, go!
 

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I personally went to Austin, it was the first location, and site built for the Bronco. The trail guides are awesome and Mayor Mike and Amy “Ace” Clouds are two of the coolest people ever.

Of course, there have been good things about Moab, Vegas, and I have personally seen New Hampshire. I will do NH once it opens to the public, and eventually try to make it out to the other 2.
 

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I just returned from the one in Moab it was great. I drove my Bronco to Moab (you cannot drive your own during the Roadeo). The instructors are good fun people, but also make sure you get the most of the opportunity. I chose a terrain not familiar to my area for the experience.
 

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I just returned from the one in Moab it was great. I drove my Bronco to Moab (you cannot drive your own during the Roadeo). The instructors are good fun people, but also make sure you get the most of the opportunity. I chose a terrain not familiar to my area for the experience.
Do you just make reservations and go or is it only offered on specific dates?
 

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Four locations:
  • Moab, UT — Pretty iconic location in the off-road community, near dozens and dozens of off-road trails and a couple of national parks. You can’t drive your own Bronco at Off-Roadeo, but you can always drive your Bronco to the event and drive the Moab trails afterwards.
  • Horseshoe Bay, TX — This is located on a private ranch outside of Austin in the Texas hill country. It is the original location for Off-Roadeo, and probably the most built-up location. Most of the videos you see on YouTube were filmed at this even. Gets extremely hot there during the summer, but otherwise awesome place.
  • Las Vegas, NV — This is located a few miles southwest of Vegas near some public lands. It is the easiest event to get to if you are flying to the event, and if you are the type that likes Vegas you can make a decent vacation out of it.
  • Gilford, NH — This location is on a ski resort called Gunstock Mountain. Super awesome, particularly in the fall when the trees start to change colors.
As @Deano Bronc said, there are a certain dates you can sign up for, and if you go to the Off-Roadeo website you can see the available dates. They vary by location. Texas has been essentially open year round, New Hampshire is closed during ski season, Utah was closed in the winter, etc. etc.
 

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Four locations:
  • Moab, UT — Pretty iconic location in the off-road community, near dozens and dozens of off-road trails and a couple of national parks. You can’t drive your own Bronco at Off-Roadeo, but you can always drive your Bronco to the event and drive the Moab trails afterwards.
  • Horseshoe Bay, TX — This is located on a private ranch outside of Austin in the Texas hill country. It is the original location for Off-Roadeo, and probably the most built-up location. Most of the videos you see on YouTube were filmed at this even. Gets extremely hot there during the summer, but otherwise awesome place.
  • Las Vegas, NV — This is located a few miles southwest of Vegas near some public lands. It is the easiest event to get to if you are flying to the event, and if you are the type that likes Vegas you can make a decent vacation out of it.
  • Gilford, NH — This location is on a ski resort called Gunstock Mountain. Super awesome, particularly in the fall when the trees start to change colors.
As @Deano Bronc said, there are a certain dates you can sign up for, and if you go to the Off-Roadeo website you can see the available dates. They vary by location. Texas has been essentially open year round, New Hampshire is closed during ski season, Utah was closed in the winter, etc. etc.
Thank you so much!
 

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I've only been to Moab, and it was INCREDIBLE! But, weigh where you think you might have the most fun, driving on a terrain that's familiar to you or one that is not, but could challenge your skill level. I'm a beginner, yet was able to handle all of the obstacles on the Moab trail with the help of the seasoned instructors. You can't lose either way. It's a remarkable experience, whatever venue you choose.
 
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