The Jeep Beach Daytona Event

Saturday, October 20, 2018
Daytona Beach, once known as the World's Most Famous Beach has a very rich history.  It is also the home of NASCAR and miles of sand beaches.  We came here in the month of April during the Jeep Beach Daytona 2018.  It is on the Atlantic side so it's going to be on the cold side.

Daytona Beach is a pretty standard beach for Florida. The beach is ok and the waves are more active compared to beaches on the Panhandle of Florida. The beach itself is typically pretty busy and the sand is not as white as some other places in Florida in fact it is brown sand.   Large hotels and chain restaurants and bars surround the beach.
Jeep Beach is the largest Jeep only event in the Southeast USA.

The Beast

This event is over 5 days of fun in the sun with thousands of your closest Jeep friends, Jeep Beach attracts Jeepers and Jeep Industry Vendors from all over the USA, Canada, and even overseas. Jeep Beach is held each April in Daytona Beach, Florida to raise much needed funds for worthwhile local and national charities.


    Tuesday Night Kickoff Party
    Off Site Trail Rides
    Scavenger Hunt
    Beachside Main Street Party
    Show N Shine
    Largest Jeep Specific Vendor Show
    Obstacle Course
    Silent Auction
    Over $150,000 in Raffle Prizes

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The most unique characteristic Daytona Beach offers is that automotive are allowed to drive on the part of the beach. There are several access to the beach front , a fee of $20 per day for each vehicle to drive and park on the beach. It was also very entertaining to see other Jeepers having a great time. 

The famous Daytona International Speedway

Hope you enjoy this Jeep event at Daytona Beach. Feel free to share it and don't forget to follow us for more adventures.

A Unique Rock Formations in Valley of Fire State Park

Monday, October 15, 2018
Valley of Fire is Nevada’s oldest and largest State park in America. The Valley of Fire derives its name from red sandstone formations, formed from great shifting sand dunes during the age of dinosaurs, 150 million years ago. Complex uplifting and faulting of the region, followed by extensive erosion, have created the present landscape. There is something about road tripping into the Nevada desert. I see beauty, so many hidden treasures. The  park is a photographer’s paradise full of stunning rock formations in all the colors of the rainbow. You don’t even have to hike anywhere to see beauty like this. But I couldn’t stop myself from taking the opportunity to explore this amazing land. There is an endless supply of stunning views with fabulous color, lines and textures.

The best time of the day to be here is dusk because that's when you find out exactly why they call it Valley of Fire. Yes, it's obviously the iron infused rocks, but the way the sun hits them around sunset literally makes the hills look like flames.

Nature is the art of God , what a stunning human head shape red rocks.
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