White Mountain UTV
Jamboree Registration

Registrations will soon be accepted. Click on the following link to be taken to a web page where you can view the schedule of events and register

Registrations are being accepted at this time.
         Click Here to Register Online   

Jamboree Registration Fees cover any and all events and activities held at the Eagar/Springerville Event Center (Rodeo Grounds) during the Jamboree.  The Apache County ATV Club sponsors the Outlaw Trail Jamboree and as a part of the Jamboree activities, Apache County ATV club member volunteers will be available to share their knowledge of the area and show our guests their favorite places in the beautiful White Mountains of Arizona and to tell a few “tall outlaw tales.”  Group rides are open to all and can be signed up for each evening starting on Tuesday, September 8th. 
through Friday, September 11th.  Group rides are limited in size and available on a first-come first-served basis.  

As in the past, anyone wishing to participate in a trail ride MUST sign an insurance waiver and agree to follow our safety guidelines before being allowed to participate.

For further information, please call our toll-free number (866) 520-3569.  Also, those wishing to participate in an overnight ride, please call our toll-free number (866) 520-3569.

Note:  You have the option of registering online or you may download a registration packet and send your registration in the mail. If you would prefer to register over the phone, please contact Dorlene at our toll free number:  (866)-520-3569  or 



  • Registration fees are:
    • Full Registration
      • Early registration through April 15th, 2015, $150.00 per person for full event participant
      • Early registration after April 15th - June 30th, 2015, $160.00 per person for full event participant
      • Registration after June 30th, 2015, $175 per person for full event participant
    • Weekend Only Registration (Friday & Saturday only)
      • Early registration through April 15th, 2015, $100.00 per person for weekend only participant 
      • Early registration after April 15th - June 30th, 2015, $110.00 per person for weekend only participant
      • Registration after June 30th, 2015, $125 per person for full event participant
    • No refunds after August 15, 2015.
    • Full Refund minus $50.00 Processing Fee for cancellations received before August 15th, 2015

    Rodeo grounds tent camping and RV parking is available and is not included in the registration fee.

    • Rodeo grounds RV parking (camping) $15.00 per night for
    • Rodeo grounds tent camping $10.00 per night. RV’s (Limited to 120 RV’s)

    Registration Fees include:

    • Welcome Packet which includes:  Lanyard that provides entry to all jamboree meals and activities, $10 value meal ticket redeemable at our local restaurants, Pit BBQ dinner on Friday night with all the trimmings, Jamboree t-shirt, one raffle ticket for 3 chances at 3 wonderful prizes, money saving coupons, and more.
    • Opening Ceremony, Ice Cream Social & Goob's Pizza on Tuesday night
    • Outlaw Sized Breakfast each morning
    • ATV Parade down Main Streets of Eagar & Springerville on Saturday morning...The kids line the streets for candy.
    • Nightly entertainment including: Wild West Shootout
    • Awesome door prizes and awards given out nightly for all full event registrants only. 
    • Raffle Drawing with 3 great prizes available:
      • 1st- Polaris Sportsman ETX Blue Fire donated by RideNow Powersports
      • 2nd - Set of 4 quad tires valued up to $500 donated by Discount Tire
      • 3rd – Handmade quilt donated by Maryann Brown
    • ATV rodeo & Mud Bog events on Saturday.
    • Closing program & Awesome Fireworks Show!!


    A Bit of Wild West History......

    Nestled in the beautiful White Mountains of Arizona, Eagar & Springerville are the West's best kept secret!!  Springerville was literally Arizona's last outlaw holdout that prevented Arizona from becoming a state.  The roughest, toughest lawmen around:  Commodore Perry Owens, Lot Smith, the Arizona Rangers and Hank Sharp (former members of the Butch Cassidy Gang) were called in to tame this little valley and root out the likes of the Clantons, McLouries, and the Smith Gang.  Blood was spilt, law brought to this region, and pioneer settlers were able to raise their families in peace.  But the stories and the descendents (both outlaw & pioneer) still live on in this quiet valley.  The Outlaw Trail Jamboree introduces its participants to trails through high country pine and aspen forests that are still pretty much untouched and unchanged over the last 100 years. 
    The Arizona ATV Outlaw Trail Jamboree has been designated as an official Arizona Centennial Event.  For more Centennial information go to arizona100.org.
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