Area Attractions

JEEPING ON THE RUBICON TAIL

Map of Rubicon Trail

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Rubicon Trail

Jeepers Jamboree
The oldest and most established trip on the Rubicon Trail. Since 1953, Jeepers Jamboree has been running two large guided trips a year, oneon the last weekend in July, and one on the first weekend in August. They provide food, bar, entertainment, mechanical support, and logistics. It’s a great party, too! www.jeepersjamboree.com

Jeep Jamboree USA
Jeep Jamboee USA has been running guided trips on the Rubicon (as well as many other trails) for many years. Their trips are a bit more individual and pampered. www.jeepjamboreeusa.com

Harald Pietschmann
Harald Pietschmann runs individual guided tours that are, as much as anything, training sessions on driving a 4×4 in rough terrain. He will tailor his trips to your needs and guide you through the trail, either in his vehicles or in yours. www.rubicon-trail.com

FISHING

Stumpy Meadows Reservoir

Stumpy Meadows Reservoir

Stumpy Meadows Reservoir
Stumpy Meadows Reservoir hides some pretty good brown and rainbow trout fishing and, best of all, a 5MPH aquatic speed limit and 10 HP motor limit keep it’s 315 acres of clear water calm and peaceful. Stumpy Meadows a best bet for spring and fall for those who enjoy good fishing, small boats and smaller trailers. It’s a dandy place for mixed groups that might want to do some fly fishing while less experienced or more sedentary anglers use lures or bait.


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