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Jeep Camp - Why Yes! Sign Me Up

NEW YORK - If you followed our coverage of the New York Auto Show last year, you know that we love Camp Jeep.

A driver will take you and your family in a Jeep through obstacles you w’t believe a Jeep would tackle.  

Stairs? No problem.  A steep incline? Child’s play.

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See our vide, if you don’t believe us.

So, come on down this weekend for a ride that will make you understand why they say Jeeps are trail rated.

For ticket and show information, TAP here.

For our coverage last year, TAP here and here.

For some more travel idea in New York, see our article on Coney IslandCity IslandStatue of Liberty, and 4 New York Staycation ideas.

If you need a hotel, please check this recommendation out.  

If you feel there is no way that your millennial child will want to go, check out this article

Perhaps, you will want to see Bruce Springsteen on Broadway.

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