Update #2

Registration is now live! Head over the registration page and pay the registration fee that includes a T-shirt (any size and style between men’s and women’s), two raffle tickets, and a dash plaque! For any additional items such as hoodies ($35) T-shirts ($15) and dash plaques ($2.00) use the listings below the registration fee to add to your cart. If you’re attending this year’s event but not bringing along a Bronco, you can skip the registration fee and order t-shirts / hoodies / dash plaques and still fill out the registration form as this tells us who you are, where your camp site is and when you are arriving in Florence. If you have any trouble feel free to email us at northwestbr@gmail.com and we will respond as soon as possible.

Along with the registration opening up we would like to finally show you this year’s t-shirt design that was drawn by Cody King from Hondo, Texas! Cody King did an incredible job drawing both the front and back designs for this year’s Roundup shirts and he will be heading out to the event this year as well! We are proud to have Eric Lockie’s Bronco in front of the Heceta Head Lighthouse located in Florence, Oregon!

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Thank you for your patience and we can’t wait to see you in Florence for the Northwest Bronco Roundup!
-NWBR Crew

Important

Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park – Summary of Vehicles:
Two Vehicles are allowed per site, If you have more than two vehicles, the third vehicle will have to leave the park or purchase a second site.
All second vehicles will need to pay the extra vehicle charge of $7, unless they are towed in by a motor home (towing in with another vehicle or truck does not count).
Trailer parking is only allowed in H loop in the trailer parking area, and not in extra vehicle sites designated around the campground. If a trailer is parked in a extra vehicle site it will be required to be moved.
If a Bronco is brought in on a trailer, and not taken off or operated in the park , it will not be subject to any extra vehicle charges and will not count towards the maximum of two vehicles per site. With that said we will strictly enforce this, and will not issue warnings to anyone telling our staff that they will keep it on the trailer then later are observe operating the vehicle on the park roads. This email will serve as making this point clear so that there is no confusion.”
If you have questions, we will do our best to answer them. I would hate to see someones trailer towed or a car. Tom Dummer is checking to see if we can leave extra vehicles at the casino.

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