August 2-4, 2019The Raptor Off-Road Community (ROC.) invites you to an off-road desert experience in the heartlands of
August 2-4, 2019
The Raptor Off-Road Community (ROC.) invites you to an off-road desert experience in the heartlands of the US. Taking place near Lander, Wyoming, this event features open terrain unlike any you will ever see. If you ever wanted to see vast open ranges and amazing open terrain, then this is the event for you.
This event is a social gathering for all Raptor owners, but we welcome all capable vehicles. This event will also include the exploration of a few abandoned mines, an old ghost town and a trip to a large field of sand dunes for those who want a little change of pace.
Wyoming Trail Days is a family friendly event, and we encourage people to bring the family as well their offroad toys. The central base camp for the event will be setup for people to camp, RV, or bring their camper trailer. For those who prefer more civilized accommodations, there are several hotel options 13 miles from camp.
The trails at the event will be broken down into loops from one hour to multiple hours. Digital trail maps will be provided to those with GPS so you and your buddies can go get dirty. Those who are new to offroading and have no radios or GPS can go on the guided runs so you won’t get lost and so you will have back up if you get into trouble. There will be several night runs, which will allow you to test out your running lights and see how the different light products preform.
Can’t wait to see everyone at Wyoming Trail Days.
Email us at – firstname.lastname@example.org
$135 per vehicle. This fee covers 2 T-Shirts, two raffle tickets, decals with your number of choice, needed permits, insurance, and PayPal fees.
Cost is per vehicle.
If you wish to purchase additional T-shirts for friends or family members, they can be added to your registration for $15 a shirt.
Accommodations / Camping
Recommended hotel is: Rodeway Inn Pronghorn Lodge
Address: 150 E Main St, Lander, WY 82520
Phone: (307) 332-3940
Camping / Trailers
This is a BLM approved campsite and there is no cost. We are responsible for packing out everything we bring in and making sure we return the area back to how it was when we got there, if not better. AKA pick up after yourself. There are no hook ups or services at the camping area. A port-a-potty will be provided on the premise.
What to bring
- Bring some firewood so we have enough for each night’s camp out.
- Bring lots of water, as we are 15 minutes from town if you get thirsty.
- Bring food and cooking gear if you plan on camping out.
- Bring trash bags to ensure we leave the campsite cleaner than we found it.
- If you wish to bring a quad or side by side to play on the trails, a flag will be mandatory.
- If you wish to bring a side by side on the trail runs, a radio and follow lights are mandatory to participate.
2 (Friday) 7:30 am - 4 (Sunday) 3:00 pm