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Whether you’re an off-road enthusiast or just someone who appreciates a car with a lot of personality, the Jeep Wrangler has something to offer.  It’s a true off-road beast with features like high ground clearance, sturdy axles, and a flexible suspension that allows it to tackle tough terrain with options like four-wheel drive and locking differentials, it can conquer rocks, mud, and more.  The Wrangler is all about open-air driving.  You can remove the doors, roof, and even fold down the windshield for a truly connected-to-nature experience. The Wrangler’s boxy silhouette and round headlights are instantly recognizable.  It has a timeless design that harks back to its military roots while offering modern features.  The Wrangler isn’t afraid to show its rugged side. It has a bold, utilitarian look that appeals to those who appreciate function over frills.

Take your Wrangler to Rausch Creek Off Road Park, a world-renowned off-road park located about an hour and a half from Huntingdon. It has over 3,000 acres of trails for all skill levels, from beginner to expert. You can spend a day exploring the trails or take one of the park’s off-road driving courses. Rothrock State Forest is another great place to go off-roading with the Wrangler near Huntingdon. It has over 73,000 acres of forests, mountains, and streams to explore. There are also a number of marked trails that you can follow, or you can go bushwhacking and forge your own path. The Old Lincoln Highway is a historic highway that runs through Pennsylvania. It’s a great way to see the beautiful countryside around Huntingdon. The road is mostly paved, but there are a few sections that are gravel to really enjoy off-roading in your Wrangler. Take your Wrangler to Spruce Knob – it’s the highest point in Pennsylvania. It’s a great place to go stargazing on a clear night. There is a parking area at the summit, and there is also a short hike to the top. You’ll find a number of Jeep Wranglers all over Lake Raystown, a large reservoir located about an hour from Huntingdon. It’s a great place to go fishing for bass, walleye, and muskie. There are also a number of boat launches and marinas on the lake.


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