A quiet, remote New Hampshire town turned into Polaris RZR central during last month’s Camp RZR event.
What happens when Polaris invites several thousand RZR owners and enthusiasts to Jericho Mountain State Park in rural New Hampshire for a two-day frenzy of trails, mud races, and up close looks at the power of the Polaris RZR.
The event showed the nearly 8,000 in attendance a fantastic time, topped by a huge contest where three winners left the weekend with their own, brand new RZR.
And of course, there was plenty of mud to go around:
Camp RZR hosted a sunset ride to the top of Jericho Mountain, plus a closing concert by The Band Perry. It’s the perfect formula for a brand that, now in its tenth year hosting Camp RZR, wants to thank and reward its customers with a good time and prove that the #RZRLife is for you.
Because really, after checking out these shots, could you even begin to argue it’s not for everyone?
Watching the sunset on Day 1 of #CampRZR New England with a few of our closest friends. #RZRLife
Posted by Polaris RZR on Saturday, September 23, 2017
Keep an eye out for information on next month’s Camp RZR West, which will take place in Glamis, CA, Oct. 27-28, and follow Polaris on Facebook and Instagram, because their social channels are full of even more reasons a Polaris RZR is the kind of side-by-side that has its own subculture, and that’s a pretty cool thing.