🏕️ Share your Jeep 392 Adventures: Travel,Trails,Camping, and More!

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Desert camping around Dubai
 
We are excited to introduce a new thread dedicated solely to showcasing your adventures in your Jeep 392! This thread is the perfect place for you to share stories, photos, and tips from your travel, camping, and other adventurous escapades.

Whether you’ve taken your Jeep 392 on a cross-country road trip, found a hidden gem of a camping spot, or navigated through challenging off-road trails, we want to hear all about it! Your experiences could provide valuable insights and inspiration for fellow Jeep lovers looking to embark on their own adventures.

Feel free to dive into details such as:
  • Gear and supplies that you find essential for Jeep-based traveling and camping.
  • Memorable moments and challenges encountered during your journeys.
  • Recommendations for must-visit destinations that are perfect for the Jeep 392.
  • And of course, lots of photos showcasing your Jeep in action!
This is also a great space to ask questions, seek advice, and connect with other Jeep 392 owners who share your passion for adventure.

Hit the trails and share your stories – we can’t wait to see where your Jeep 392 has taken you!
 

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I just came across this thread and I am so glad I did. My wife and daughter and I are looking forward to going camping in our jeep Wrangler this year.

Absolutely love the 392 and I think it is the best jeep ever made.

My question is for those of you who have been camping in your 392 What were the essentials that you needed to begin with? And any advice you have I would greatly appreciate it . Its just gonna be me my wife and my seven-year-old daughter For our first camping trip .

it’s just gonna be staying at a campground for the weekend. I do want to feel prepared and more than anything. I want them to enjoy it.

I believe I found a good mattress to put in the back of the jeep and also a tent that attaches to the back for some extra room. It looks like it’s gonna cost around $450 or so to get both of those. Which is fine because I know how important that is.

Other then the mattress and the attached tent, , what would you recommend I look into before we take our first camping trip. it’ll be just a weekend leisure trip so we won’t be going up into the mountains or anything.

So if anyone could help me with the essentials that I need to go camping in my 392 I would greatly appreciate it !, Thank you for this fourm and this website ! I hope to hear back from some of you.. 👍🏻
 
I just came across this thread and I am so glad I did. My wife and daughter and I are looking forward to going camping in our jeep Wrangler this year.

Absolutely love the 392 and I think it is the best jeep ever made.

My question is for those of you who have been camping in your 392 What were the essentials that you needed to begin with? And any advice you have I would greatly appreciate it . Its just gonna be me my wife and my seven-year-old daughter For our first camping trip .

it’s just gonna be staying at a campground for the weekend. I do want to feel prepared and more than anything. I want them to enjoy it.

I believe I found a good mattress to put in the back of the jeep and also a tent that attaches to the back for some extra room. It looks like it’s gonna cost around $450 or so to get both of those. Which is fine because I know how important that is.

Other then the mattress and the attached tent, , what would you recommend I look into before we take our first camping trip. it’ll be just a weekend leisure trip so we won’t be going up into the mountains or anything.

So if anyone could help me with the essentials that I need to go camping in my 392 I would greatly appreciate it !, Thank you for this fourm and this website ! I hope to hear back from some of you.. 👍🏻
We decided that we needed more room for my wife and I and our two dogs. I ended up building a small overlanding trailer last summer for our month-long Wyoming trip. It worked out well for camping in the boonies, but we've decided we need something better/bigger for our extended stays.

I'm looking to sell my overland setup. I think I want to buy a 4 door rollback truck. I can load the Jeep onto the rollback, and tow a big enough camper to live out of for a couple of months at a time.

Getting enough gear and sleeping space in a 392 for three people will be challenging. you cannot really do a rear seat delete, because you still need the rear seat, and if you are sleeping in the Jeep, you cannot really do a complete storage drawer system in the cargo area.

I think what you are doing is about all you can do without adding a trailer or a rack and rooftop tent.

Here's my current setup.

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Went to visit some friends up in my old stomping grounds and took them up to Bald Mt lookout, second time crawling in the 392. Need to get the lift on and some more protection underneath ! Make sure you watch it on You Tube or if you are going to watch it here change the resolution to HD as the default on this site is Low res 360...

 
Fun day yesterday exploring the trails of Bald Eagle State Forest and Poe Valley in central PA with my buddy (the red Willy’s), capped off with a visit to Penn's View where I got my 392 of the month winning shot last year.

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Early morning solo run down Paddy Mountain Road in Bald Eagle State Forest in central PA. Fun rocky trail about 4 miles long. While rated as a blue trail on OnX, and there are some bigger ruts / rocks, it’s probably more equivalent to a green trail at Rausch or AOAA.

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Great pics and stories guys! Love it!
 
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