Place was 2 to 3 hrs from the the house one way, went there and back today,ended up driving the Ford F-150. The event was definitely a family friendly atmosphere, appeared well organized with plenty of volunteer effort. The Loretta Lynn Campgroung is always a nice place to be, I did not go on the trails but asked others, they described them as not extreme but fun. Had some man made rock gardens that could push a vehicles set up towards the extreme if the path was chosen, plenty extreme there.
We arrived before noon, checked out the vendors, and again at the end of the day. I bought a door hanging cart. Simple cart on rollers that the Jeep doors hang on, Wife told me that I needed it, first said why.....then sharpened up.....yes dear. At noon watched the timed hill climb, interesting, plenty steep, loose gravel type of run, then did the Mill,will post a pic, then at three pm the mud bog, watched people pushed some very nice jeeps very hard in some nasty mud. Overall,glad that I went, will try to get my self more organized and go back next year and spend the night, catch the live music events.
Special shout out to the Tennessee Jeep club that hosted the event, great job. Promise to post dome pics.
2004 Rubicon N th Degree complete set, 4.5Ē with long arm, Stinger, plus all plates minus front diff, Tom Woods driveshaft front/back, 305/70/16 tires Cooper STT Pro, weight 4400lbs, New owner 6/12/19