The Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival, held this year in Butler PA June 13th, 14th and 15th is a celebration of the birth and history of one of the world’s most popular and well known vehicles ever produced, the Jeep! Appropriately spanning Father’s Day Weekend, the show promises tons of fun and activities to entertain Jeep owners and fans converging on the birthplace of Jeep.
Local trails rides, Jeep history exhibits, a WWII encampment, a road rally, the show and shine, a mud pit, a muddy 5k Jeep race, a Jeep invasion of downtown Butler are among only a few of the Jeep related events and attractions that make up the 3-day event.
The main event will be held at Coopers Lake Campground, which is about 17 mile west of Butler PA, while the Jeep invasion will descend upon the streets of Butler PA.
From the event’s inception in 2011, the Festival has grown to over 2,000 Jeeps from more than 30 states participating in an ever increasing number of Jeep heritage related events and festivities.
When: Friday, June 13th to Sunday, June 15th, 2014
Where: The Birthplace of Jeep, Butler PA and the Cooper’s Lake Campground near Slippery Rock, PA
Some of the events of the Weekend include:
- Jeep Invasion in Downtown Butler
- Jeep Playground and Mud Pit
- Jeep Muddy 5k Race
- Jeep trail Rides for Stock and Modified Jeeps
- Stock and Modified Jeep Mud Pits
- Bantam Garage
- Show ‘n Shine Competition
- Little Jeepers Show ‘n Shine
- The Great Pig Out
- WWII Encampment
- Bantam Jeep History Exhibit
- Jeep Team Challenge
- Jeeps Through the Decades Display
- Flea Market
- and Much More!!!
For more information and Jeep Registration visit: Bantam Heritage Jeep Festival
Map to Butler PA