Jeep dog accessories… check! Jeep baby stuff… check! Here’s my checklist of offroad Jeep must-haves when you’re a Jeep family with 1 baby and 2 dogs. Offroad Jeeping with kids and dogs is possible (and enjoyable)… as long as you take these things along!
Taking your Jeep offroad for the first time? Before you hit the backcountry roads and rough terrain, read through these offroad tips first! Jeep owners share their favorite places to go offroad in the United States, which Jeep parts & accessories you need for offroading, and advice for driving on different types of terrain.
Here’s a list of 7 Jeep off road accessories that you should always keep inside the vehicle — so you can avoid some of the mistakes I’ve made when taking my Jeep off road! The best part: you’ll be ready to go offroad at a moment’s notice AND you’ll be able to fix anything that the woods can throw at you!
I recently did some off-road testing to see just how much capability a dedicated off-road tire adds to a Jeep in mud and on trails. See what I learned. And before you buy Jeep off-road tires… you’ll need to know the answers to these 3 questions!
Here’s how to enjoy a stress-free day on the beach in your Jeep – what to do before driving on the beach AND what not to do! Sand driving tips, tire pressure advice, and a list of beaches you can drive on.
If you plan on taking your Jeep Wrangler off-road at all, then you really should consider these 7 add-ons. A Jeep guy shares his top aftermarket Jeep parts for new Jeep owners.
Where do you turn when you have a specific Jeep question? I often turn to a Jeep forum. See why these are my favorite Jeep forums – I’ve listed the pros and cons of each.
Have you been camping in your Jeep yet? Here are all my best camping Jeep tips that I’ve learned after years of Jeep camping – or Jamping as I like to call it.
Wondering where to take your Jeep this summer? Here are my favorite June Jeep events & destinations for this time of year — one in each region of the U.S.
There are Jeep maintenance things you do at different times of the year. Here are my top 4 tips to get your Jeep ready this Spring for another season of fun
As the owner of a Jeep CJ and living near the Oregon coast, I regularly ride the dunes. Here are my best tips for offroad driving on sand dunes.
I wish I could go back in time and tell these 4 things to my younger, Jeep-owning self. They would’ve saved me heartache, time & money as a new Jeep owner.
A list of fun places to take your Jeep off road – based on my own experiences in my Jeep CJ. States included: Oregon, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Utah & California
The Tellico ORV Park in Murphy, NC is now closed. We took our Jeep Wrangler Unlimited there. Here’s what it was like offroading at Tellico – PHOTOS.
Driving off road is different than driving on pavement. If you’re thinking of taking your Jeep — or any other vehicle — offroad for the first time, I know how you’re feeling. I’ve been there. Here’s what you need to do.
Forest Service Roads make great off-road trails for those wishing to enjoy some fairly tame offroading without the crowds. Just remember, these roads are off the beaten path, so the road conditions are usually a gamble. Here’s how to get free Forest Road Maps.
Before taking your Jeep offroad for the first time, there are some things you should think about. Here are the most important Jeep parts to consider adding in order to improve your ride and make the time you spend off-road even more enjoyable.
Jim has gone offroading in Sedona, Arizona twice. I’ve been once. Photos from each trip are included here. Both times, we were 4wheeling on the Broken Arrow Trail inside the Coconino National Forest.
This photo was taken the first time we took our 2004 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited offroad. We went to Tellico ORV Area near Murphy, North Carolina and got our Jeep REALLY dirty!
Buy a Jeep Wrangler was on my bucket list ever since I could drive. Now that we’ve owned 3, it’s time to add fun places and things to do in a Jeep to that bucket list. Here’s what’s on my Jeep bucket list. What’s on yours?
Are images of 4×4 trail riders who tear up the landscape by driving wildly fact or fiction ? Or, is all fiction based partly on fact?
It can be confusing to know when to use the four-wheel drive and when not to. It will help if you know what the differences are between the various types of drive systems, particularly Jeep four-wheel drive systems, as there is a lot of confusion regarding: 4WD, 2WD, Part-Time 4WD, Full-Time 4WD, Automatic 4WD, All-Wheel Drive, and what it means to shift on the fly.
Every year, from March through October, Jeep hosts their official Jeep Jamboree events at some of the most beautiful trailheads all across the U.S. Yes, you can bring kids, and pets, and of course friends. Jeep Jamborees feature some of the best Jeep offroading in the US!
Photos from our fun-filled day of Jeeping was like in Aruba, plus tips before you rent a Jeep in Aruba when you’re on vacation.
Some of the best videos featuring Jeeps offroad.
Use these offroad checklists so you know what to do — and what to take — on your next 4-wheeling trip. Here’s everything you need to consider when it comes to: basic survival gear, first aid kits, safety and recovery gear, camping gear, tools, and parts to bring on the trail. Know what to pack and how to equip your vehicle BEFORE you go off road!