Prior to the reveal of the 2021 Ford Bronco last summer, Ford announced that it was going to host an off-road driving school called the Bronco Off-Roadeo in four different cities across the U.S. and that all Bronco Sport Badlands and Ford Bronco buyers would get free admission to the experience with their vehicle purchase. Those locations were originally announced as Austin, Texas, Moab, Utah, Vermont, and Nevada. However, residents near the Woodstock Inn & Resort in Vermont objected to the idea, forcing Ford to look for a new location for its fourth Bronco Off-Roadeo. Now, it has found one – the Gunstock Mountain Resort in Gilford, New Hampshire.
The fourth Bronco Off-Roadeo venue is a special one indeed. The Gunstock Mountain Resort has been in operation for over 80 years now and was actually the very first Eastern U.S. resort with a ski lift. Today, the resort offers everything from Segway tours to mountain bike trails and treetop adventures, and will soon feature miles of rugged trails for visitors to test their off-road skills in a new Ford Bronco.
Ford Authority was able to attend the Bronco Off-Roadeo in Horseshoe Bay, Texas recently, and found it to be a great experience even for those that have never driven off-road before. By the end of the two-day course, every single person in attendance had gained a number of skills and became quite familiar with the new Bronco and its many cool features.
Gunstock will also serve up plenty of fantastic views of the surrounding forest and Lake Winnipesaukee and has a number of lodging options for those attending the Off-Roadeo. The site is a mere 90 minutes from Boston, Massachusetts as well, making it easily accessible for attendees. Registration for the New Hampshire Off-Roadeo is open now, and those interested in attending can sign up by heading over here.