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Jeepin' In January event has been postponed until further notice. New date will be posted when established.

One of the Newest and most unique Jeep Only events in the Southeast. This 1st annual charity fundraiser event will be held for the very 1st time in January 2024 at the Kirby Family Farm located at 19650 NE 30th Street, Williston, Florida.


Kirby Family Farm is a 501c3 educational outreach center and museum. Proceeds support and benefit the programs for at-risk, medically needy, foster and special needs children.

The Main Event at Kirby Family Farm offers 5 different courses and obstacles for every skill level including beginner, stock, and modified courses, plus the mud pit, extreme obstacles, trail by the Circus Train and more.



It is fun for the whole family! The challenging courses from Beginner to Extreme, is just the beginning of your adventure! You can climb aboard a historic railroad and view the Jeeps navigating the courses from the train as it travels along the rails, enjoy live music, amusement rides, animal encounters, vendors, Jeep and Jeep accessories demonstrations, Raffles with GREAT prizes, Food vendors, Kids playground and more exciting activities! It's a GREAT day for Jeepers, or just families looking to have a FUN filled weekend!

The 3-day event will include:

Friday: Throughout the day enjoy special add on events offered for the area including an exclusive tour of Two Tails Elephant Ranch. *Possible additional costs, keep checking back for full listing available soon.

Friday Evening: 6:00pm-10:00pm Don't miss the "Git down in a small town" Show and Shine party right in Williston with live music, food trucks, and more! If you are a registered participant in the Jeepin’ in January event your Jeep will be judged at the Show ‘n Shine for Oldest Jeep, Best Modified, Best of Show and Most Abused, with awards given out later that evening. *Free event, food will be available for purchase.

Saturday: 8:00am to 5:00pm Main Event

8:00am to 5:00pm Gates, Courses, Designated Viewing areas, and Vendors open

10:00am to 3:00pm All other activities open including the historic railroad, animal encounters, amusement rides, product demonstrations, live entertainment, children's playground, and more.

Saturday Evening: 

6:00pm to ? Live music and fun where the locals hangout. *Free event, food and drinks available for purchase. Look for updates on this evening!                                                                                                                       

Sunday: 8:00 am to 3:00pm Main Event

8:00am to 3:00pm Gates, Courses, and Vendors open

10:00am to 3:00pm All other activities open including the historic railroad, animal encounters, amusement rides, product demonstrations, live entertainment, children's playground, and more.


What you need to know to attend:

Jeep Registration: Pre Registration $60 per Jeep covers all occupants legally buckled in for Sat. & Sunday main event courses. Waiver for all occupants required. Also includes 2 Passes to board the historic railroad, ride the amusement rides and enjoy other activities at Kirby Family Farm. *Limited number of registrations available. Click on the Registration link above to get registered before it is too late!       


Spectator Entry is FREE and includes Vendors, Demonstrations, Petting area, Children's playground, designated Viewing areas, and Live Entertainment.                                                                                                                   

Historic Train and Amusement Ride Wristbands: 

2 and under are Free

3-9 are $10.99 in advance, $15 at the gate

Ages 10 and up are $17.99 in advance, $20 at the gate.   

Click the Ticket link above to reserve your tickets.    


Course Descriptions: 

Wild West: This is a Beginners Level Course. Take a trail that gets the beginning off-roader comfortable off the asphalt. Its full of twists and turns and you might even encounter some ornery cowboys that aren't happy you're invading their town!

Cow Pasture: This ain't no ordinary cow pasture! Ol' Billy the Bull has been on the loose snortin' and rootin' up everything! This is a Stock Course that even if you haven't had a chance to fancy up or jack up your Jeep you can still have fun in the Cow Pasture. Looks like that ol' Bull has dug and pushed stuff up all over that pasture for obstacles!

Skunk Ape: The Stock Course that makes you wonder if you should be more concerned about obstacles or what could be watching you... or after you! Legend has it that Florida's own Bigfoot, Sasquatch if you will, or as we Floridians call it "The Skunk Ape" has been spotted on this very trail! So watch out for Bigfoot!

Junkyard: Are you ready to step things up a notch on the Moderate course? Junkyard Jack has been piling up stuff everywhere. So much so that you'll need special equipment on your Jeep to take on the Moderate course. Sorry, not stock Jeeps on this course, it's for your own good!

ShowTime: Are you ready to make a statement? It's ShowTime as you'll be front and center in our biggest viewing area challenging the biggest obstacles showing what your Jeep is made of!

Soggy Bottom: It's time to get muddy! Some say the best part of the Mud pit is getting stuck!

Course Regulations:

If you are participating on any of the off road courses or motorized events during the show- please abide by the following guidelines:

Seat belts must be functional and worn by all occupants at all times the vehicle is moving.


Stock and Beginner (Easy) Courses: Drivers can be 15 years old with a current State Issued Learners permit and an approved licensed passenger. Passengers of all ages allowed as long as Florida child restraint laws are followed. Jeep must have tow points.

Moderate (Intermediate) Course: Drivers can be 16 years old and older with a current State Issued Driver’s License. Passengers must be at least 12 years old. Arm bands are required for all passengers. Jeep must have 33” tires, one locker, front and rear tow points and an optional winch.


All guidelines or instructions given by event staff on courses must be followed. Failure to do so will result in removal from course. (No refunds will be given if removed for noncompliance).


If you find that you are unable to remove your jeep from the course due to mechanical failure, Kirby Family Farm, Inc reserves the right to remove your vehicle using heavy equipment, such as a tractor, track hoe, military vehicle, etc. Kirby Family Farm, Inc staff and volunteers is not responsible for any damages that incur to you or your vehicle during the removal process.

FAQ Frequently Asked Questions:


We are a family oriented event. Alcohol is PROHIBITED at the event. Individuals with alcohol will be asked to leave the property immediately with no refunds.


NO. Dogs or any pets are not allowed in the event or course areas. They may be kept in camping area. Dogs or any pets in the camping area must be well behaved and on leash at all times! You must pick up after them. If aggression is shown at anytime, you must remove it from the event.



Trailer parking is available at the event. You will be directed to the trailer parking area upon arrival.


We are a JEEP ONLY event. No other vehicles will be allowed entrance as participants.


​There is not a ATM on site. Cash and Card is accepted at the gate. Some vendors take Cash and Card, some only cash. We encourage you to bring both!


For camping information Click on the link for at the top of this page for details including Registration.



There are no refunds or exchange. This is a Rain or Shine event. All monies received are collected as a donation supporting the Kirby Family Farm 501c3 children's educational organization and museum and its programs for at-risk and special needs children. We recommend that you verify your dates with family and friends before registering or selecting tickets. Tickets cannot be replaced if lost, stolen, or destroyed. Due to overwhelming demand, tickets are only valid for the event, date, and time for which they were issued.


Jeepin' In January can be found at Kirby Family Farm, a 501c3 Not for Profit Educational destination located at 19650 NE 30th Street, Williston, Florida. On Saturday, January 20th, and Sunday, January 21st, 2024, the Kirby Family Farm is all about Jeeps! For travel directions, check out our Map & Directions button at the bottom of the page. 


There are multiple independent food vendors setup offering a variety of concessions. You can expect to find a tasty selection of food items available for purchase. Some popular items offered are Barbecue, hamburgers, sausage dogs, hotdogs, kettle corn, funnel cakes, boiled peanuts, and more. Some food vendors accept cash and credit, some cash only, so plan accordingly.



Sorry, we do not permit coolers or outside food or beverages onto the Kirby Family Farm. No alcoholic beverages are allowed on the premises.



Popup Canopies and folding chairs are welcome in the event area. Pick a nice spot on the farm to pop up some shade and enjoy the day! Folding chairs and blankets are welcome and great to enjoy the live entertainment. Popup canopies, etc are not allowed in the parking area for safety reasons. 



Profanity, alcoholic beverages, illegal drugs, and firearms are not permitted on the premises. Smoking and tobacco use is permitted in designated smoking area only. No pets are allowed.


The train is wheelchair accessible. We recommend you use discretion as it is a farm and the terrain is as such.


This event is rain or shine. No Refunds.

Kirby Family Farm is open year around offering its outreach programs and educational experiences. Like many other educational facilities and museums, periodically during the year the organization invites supporters to come out for themed events as our way to say Thank you, educate, and raise awareness about the programs and mission of Kirby Family Farm.

We take the opportunity of these themed events one step further and use them as a teaching and practice tool that enables the teens and young people we work with to interact with strangers in supervised settings. They help the youth to utilize and share their knowledge of our exhibits. We witness the results greatly help to develop life skills that will benefit them in the workforce and daily communication with others in common society settings.

The youth and all the volunteers are passionate and dedicated to offering an experience you can remember!

These events benefit the programs and development of Kirby Family Farm. Kirby Family Farm is a 501c3 educational facility working with at-risk and special needs children. Last year thousands children visited the farm through various programs and events at no cost, thanks in part to great folks like you who believe in the mission of Kirby Family Farm. So come out in support with your family and having a great time!


All monies received are collected as a requested donation supporting the cost and development of the Kirby Family Farm and its programs for education and at-risk children in whole as well as each individual activity.

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