The Festival will jump start everyone's summer with an even more family-friendly event when it's held June 13-16, 2013, Father's Day weekend. It will also feature a new venue, Coopers Lake Campground in Slippery Rock, that offers Jeep owners longer and more challenging trails, room for future Festival growth and a full-service campground.

The Festival's main activities including Jeep Invasion, Jeep Playground, trail rides, show 'n shine, vendors and more will now be featured on Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15. The 2013 Festival Planning Committee will be working throughout the next few months to plan the event, including extending the activities on Thursday, June 13 and Sunday, June 16.

Overnight Reservations

For those who camp, Coopers Lake Campground provides the perfect location for a multi-day Jeep-focused family vacation that includes the family dog and crackling campfires. The Campground is just a few miles west of the Festival's previous location. The property can be accessed from Route 422 and it borders the west side of Interstate 79. A fully-stocked lake, hiking trails, hundreds of over-sized wooded camp sites, store and more await campers. Camp fires and pets are welcome. Camping reservations for the Festival will available in January using the campground's online reservation system.

Butler County's hotels, bed and breakfasts and other campgrounds are also looking forward to welcoming Jeepers to Butler. For lodging information, rates and booking codes, visit the Festival's website, Jeep Festival participant and volunteer registration will be available in early 2013.