Many people are attracted to Jeep® vehicles because of their ability to go off-road by trekking across rough terrain. If you just bought a brand new 2016 Jeep Wrangler, you probably can’t wait for the chance to take a road trip to some remote destination to explore. Read on for three places to start out on your next off-road vacation.

Rubicon Trail

This 20-mile California trail is for the most decked-out Jeep vehicles, as the ride is extremely uneven and rocky. However, you’ll be able to see some of California’s most beautiful scenery, like Tahoe National Forest and the El Dorado National Forest. It’s even one of the locations for the annual Jeep Jamboree.

Silver Lake Dunes

Located in Michigan, the Silver Lake Dunes are great for testing a Jeep vehicle’s ability to climb sandy hillsides, as you’ll have over 2,000 acres of sand dunes to ride through. Not to mention the chance you’ll get to see the surrounding mountains, fish at Silver Lake, or go boating on Lake Michigan.

White Rim Trail

You’ll find the White Rim Trail in the Canyonlands National Park, Utah. The 100-mile trail is set on the side of a mesa, and during the journey you’ll be able to see Indian ruins, towers, sandstone arches and beautiful canyons. Just remember to pack plenty of supplies, as the trip usually takes around two days to complete.

At Woody Folsom Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM in Baxley, GA, we can help you pick out a 2016 Jeep vehicle that can get you through the roughest terrain. Stop by today to view our inventory or schedule a test drive. We look forward to seeing you.