Great Lakes Jeep Jam is held in Erie, Pennsylvania. The main event is held at the Wattsburg Erie County Fairgrounds. There are a few activities that are held in other locations close to the fairgrounds. The complete list can be found under the Event Tab and then the Location Tab here on the website. You may Google the event address at:
Wattsburg Erie County Fairgrounds, 13993 PA-8, Wattsburg, PA 16442.
Erie County is a summer adventure destination. The area near the fairgrounds is known for the vineyards for the wineries, Peek n Peak Resort, Millcreek Mall, Splash Lagoon, Brig Ship Niagra, Waldameer Park & WaterWorld, and the gem of the area, Presque Isle State Park.
It does help to pre-register as many of the activities have limited availability. There is a discount available if you register by April 15, 2021. ALL Jeeps must be registered. Limited registration will be available the day of the event.
By registering your Jeep and passengers, you will have all the benefits of participating in the events along with the events that you can add to your package. Spectators are only there to watch the events and shop at the vendor area.
There is a space to park your trailer during the event. Information will be sent with your registration package.
No, this event is rain or shine.
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There is NO FEE for parking. The Volunteer Fire Department will be handling the parking and if you want to give them a donation, you may.
If you don't have a Jeep you will sure to have a good time! There will be plenty to see and do. This is a family friendly event, so make sure you bring the kids.
There is LOTS of things for the kids to do. From trying out the RC cars, making an attempt at the Pedal Power Jeep Obstacle Course, checking out the 50 Years of Timeless Jeeps, to games and activities made just with the kids in mind.
Coolers and food are not permitted. If you are camping, you are permitted to have coolers and food, but no food is to be brought onto the event grounds. There will be plenty of food vendors for all appetites.
Well-behaved dogs on leashes (required) and well-behaved owners who pick up after their dogs are welcome. If the dog is not polite or the owner is not being responsible, Festival staff will require that you and/or your pet leave the Festival grounds. Admission will not be refunded.
It is illegal to have your tires out past your fenders. Normally it's not an issue unless you are trying to get an inspection done.
Riding with your doors off should be fine as long as you have mirrors and you are wearing proper seat belts.
As far as halos they have to be white or amber to be legal. Absolutely no rock lighting unless the vehicle is parked.