Calling all Jeeps. Shine them up and get ready to go in May 2022.

The annual Jeep the Mac to Drummond Island will be returning in May for all of the Jeep enthusiasts out there. Mark your calendars for Friday, May 6th through Sunday, May 8th, 2022. This event will include mud bogging, a poker run, live music, vendors, and more.

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I have always wanted a Jeep and have often told my friends that if they ever see me cruising around in a 4-door Wrangler with the top down and doors off, then I have accomplished everything I want to in life. Not only are they my favorite vehicle, but the Jeep community is also awesome and put on so many great events like this one.

What details do Jeep owners need in order to participate?

If you plan to get in on the action of Jeep the Mac to Drummond Island 2022, here are some things you should know.

  • This event is for Jeeps only.
  • Registered drivers need to have a valid driver's license.
  • Your Jeep must be licensed, street legal, and tire size cannot exceed 40"

How much does Jeep the Mac cost and what does my entry fee include?

Here is what you can expect with your entry fee:

  • Mackinac Bridge Fare
  • Kewadin Casino slot play ($10)
  • A Commemorative Decal
  • Drummond Island Ferry Fare
  • Activities and Events
  • Awards and Giveaways

The cost of the entry fees are as follows:

  • $45 per driver
  • $35 per adult passenger
  • $12 for kids 10 and under

To learn more about Jeep the Mac to Drummond Island, click here. 

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