Time to plan your summer trip to a Ford Bronco-themed ranch

In Utah, Nevada, New Hampshire or Texas

A couple of months ago, Ford announced they would open a number of Bronco-themed parks called 'Bronco Off-Roadeo', a playground for Bronco owners and lovers, and a place where you can drive your Bronco in its natural habitat. Well, registrations are now finally open to Bronco and Bronco Sport owners and if you don't actually own one, you'll be happy to know that Ford is also working on a specific program to allow anybody to participate by renting a Bronco on location.

Speaking of location, you can book your spot to visit the ranch in four locations across the States: Horseshoe Bay, Texas (all owners are eligible for a free class at this location); Moab, Utah; Mount Potosi, Nevada and Gilford, New Hampshire, with the first courses planned for August 16. More locations will be added in the future.

Each class lasts for 2 to 4 hours and ends with a campfire. The bad news is things like hotel stays, travel expenses and extra activities such as fly fishing, mountain biking and kayaking aren't covered. But I think it's still worth it. Maybe because I love the Bronco so much.

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Comments (4)

  • Wouldn't say obsession but I do like them.

      1 month ago
  • They're fine looking cars, but the Explorer suited my needs better

      1 month ago
  • I love the new Bronco just not quite as much as the Wrangler

      1 month ago
  • I want to go now

      1 month ago