Are you a lover of all things Jeep? Join Bays Mountain Park for its first-ever Jeep Fest on June 19, celebrating this iconic all-terrain vehicle that’s perfect for adventuring. This event is hosted by Leadership Kingsport as one of its Community Impact Projects.
“With Bays Mountain celebrating 50 years this year, we wanted to help with the celebration by creating events for everyone to enjoy,“ said Vanessa Bennett, Kingsport Chamber of Commerce Executive Director of Operations & Talent Development and Leadership Kingsport coordinator. “The team—Sheriff Jeff Cassidy, Aiesha Edwards, Terry Hughes and Aimee Light—worked together to create Jeep Fest. We’re excited to bring this iconic sport utility vehicle to Bays Mountain.”
Jeep owners can register their vehicle to showcase at the park and compete in five categories for prizes. Only 50 vehicles spaces are available, so be sure to grab your spot before they run out! The awards categories are:
- 1986 and older Jeep, Willys, Jeepster or Military Jeep
- 1987 to present Jeeps; no modifications, factory jeep wheels are required, tires must be of a stock size available for the Jeep from the factory
- Unlimited modifications, must be street legal and have a Jeep Body
- People’s Choice
- Best In Show
All Jeep enthusiasts are also invited to come check out the vehicles on display and vote on the People’s Choice award. Electric 94.9 will also be broadcasting live from the mountain!
Jeep Fest begins at 10 a.m. and lasts until 4 p.m. Registered Jeeps begin placements at 9 a.m. Please note that this event is limited to the common area, and no vehicles of any kind are permitted on Bays Mountain Park trails.
Judging begins at 3 p.m., and awards will be announced at 4 p.m. The cost to register your vehicle for Jeep Fest is $50. You must pre-register your Jeep online via Eventbrite.com here.