The Lone Star Toyota Jamboree is one of the largest gatherings of Toyota off-road enthusiast and venders held in the Texas area. Vehicles range from Land Cruisers of all types, Tacomas, FJ Cruisers, 4Runners and Tundras as well as a variety of other Toyota off-road vehicles. This non-profit, Toyota Land Cruisers Association (TLCA) sanctioned event is organized by the Toyota Trail Riders for the purpose of raising funds for and held at Barnwell Mountain Recreation Area (BMRA) in Gilmer, Texas
The Park is ours! We wanted to give Toyotas enough room to play, so the entire park is closed to the public for this event. Come mingle with like-minded Toyota and Off-Road Lovers.
Bring the entire family! Well Behaved dogs are welcome and as always, Kids under 12 get in for Free! We even have special kid events, raffle and bounce house.
With 1850 acres of pure trail delight ranging from the crazy extreme to the beginner mild, there is a trail and fun adventure awaiting all.
Part of the proceeds of this event go to support BMRA and TMTC, the leading "grass roots authority" for establishing and managing off-road parks for motorized usage.
Several off-road businesses and vendors will be on hand during the Friday Meet-n-Greet and Dinner. Meet the brains behind your gear while conversating over dinner under the pavilion.
Your drivers registration includes 3 full days of wheeling, 3 nights of camping, event fee, 2 meals, event t-shirt, ticket for the drivers raffle, access to general raffle, event guide, decal and more.
Our mission is first and foremost to bring together some like-minded, down-to-earth, and Toyota Loving people with the outdoors for some good ol' Texas family-oriented fun. Our secondary mission is to support the Texas Motorized Trails Coalition (TMTC) and its continued efforts to promotes family-oriented motorized recreation in Texas. TMTC, in partnership with business, government, environmental organizations, and other motorized sport organizations, is recognized as the leader in expanding responsible land use for off highway vehicles, ensuring availability and access for future generations. We Support TMTC in several ways. One, proceeds of every registration, raffle ticket sale, and merchandise goes directly to TMTC. We hand a check over that sunday!. This helps TMTC continue with its day-to-day operations as well as efforts for its continued growth. Two, we provide awareness and promotion to TMTC and its mission and values. In addition, we support various projects throughout the year at BMRA, including but not limited to, campsite improvements, trail maintenance and various donations.Read More about BMRA and TMTC
If you want to have the BEST time offroad, meet the BEST people people and have MORE fun than you deserve, come to Jamboree! Your life will only gett better from there and sign up for TTR too!Danny Fyffe
The Quintesential Toyota Offroad Event of the year!Unknown
Next to Cancun, this was the second best vacation I ever had!John
Good friends, good food, good wheelin'!!! Doesn't get any better than this!!!Kevin Hubbard
Good times, Good people, Good foodThomas Reyes
Barnwell Mountain Recreation Area (BMRA), TMTCs 1st Property, was officially opened in July 2000 and has become one of the premiere off-highway parks in the United States. BMRA is one of the largest projects principally using the Recreational Trails Program Grant Process.
Some of BMRAs amenities include Full Shower and Bathroom facilities, port-a-potties throughout the property, a well marked trail system utilizing unobtrusive trail signage. These signs are now being used at many off-road facilities including the Superlift ORV Park in Hot Springs, AR.
This beautiful 1800 acre park located 5 miles north of Gilmer TX on highway 155 is a shining example of what TMTC and its members and volunteers can accomplish. TMTC and BMRA have been recognized by such organizations as Texas Parks & Wildlife, The Blue Ribbon Coalition, Tread Lightly!, National Off Highway Vehicle Conservation Council, The ATV Safety Institute (ASI), American Motorcyclist Association, United Four Wheel Drive Association, Southwest Four Wheel Drive Association, as well as many regional and state organizations.
BMRA is located 5 miles from Gilmer, TX. From Gilmer, turn east on hwy 155N. After about 5 miles as you start to climb a hill look for the Barnwell Mountain Recreation Area sign to the right.See on Google Maps »