River Rover Off Road Park

Bought a Jeep because I always thought they had a good look and their reputation for off roading is spectacular. Yes, I know, I have a HMMWV, which can hold it’s own on any terrain but I wanted something I could drive comfortably in long distance.

I joined a local Jeep FaceBook group call East Atlanta Jeeper and 4×4 and joined them on a trip to River Rock Off Road Park.

I learned so much thanks to Mike Williams. I learned about disconnecting my sway bar, deflating my tires to 15 psi for better grip off roading, needing proper tools such as deflators, battery impact drivers with proper attachments, deflating devices, proper inflator, and a cb radio.

I began my journey with a simple run came back for lunch then did another where I was challenged but the 2008 JKU passed with flying colors.

New Addition

2008 Jeep Wrangler Sahara Unlimited with 86,000 miles. Has all the mods:

  • Big tires with Fuel wheels
  • LED front and tail lights
  • LED Bar, Bumper, and Windshield Lights
  • Factory Nav
  • Black Interior
  • Winch
  • Hard top
  • Half doors
  • Superchips (but when I hooked it up it didn’t start, going to trouble shoot it later)

Pulled the trigger on this beauty and luckily it was locally owned. I have been doing research on what I will need to go off roading and some of the things I have seen that I will need are:

  • Tool kit
  • Large jack for convenience
  • Air pump
  • Deflator

Looking forward to summer so I can take the top off and getting to know Jeep heads.

Decided to take her to our family’s property offroading and controlled my drone to follow along.