An exclusive overland adventure unlike any other. This Saint Patrick’s Day Weekend, join the PSO crew for the 2019 Shamrock Shootout, a weekend filled with caverns, clays, and camping. So pack your camping gear and cameras, fuel up your rig, and lets #GOXPLOR together! But hurry; there are only 8 vehicles allowed on this trip. This 3 day, 2 night tag-along through Talladega National Forest is a 2-3 hour drive from the Greater Atlanta area. For safety, security, and conservation reasons, we will not be revealing the route publicly. Participants will receive a detailed itinerary for the weekend after registration and payment. Unlike our Fall Color Run, there will not be a single basecamp for this trip – we will be … Read More
Why We Ride. We get this questions a lot. People are in it for various reasons. For us, we ride because it’s about the experience and the journey. There’s a thirst for adventure and exploration in all of us. We weren’t meant to be domesticated; we were created for so much more than shopping malls, cubicles, and subdivisions. Are we Lewis & Clark? No. We’re rarely discovering never-before seen territory or chartering new trails, but we are often discovering the path less traveled; paths that most people never experience. These experiences are an extension of who we are, and we love sharing it with others, especially those who’ve never done it before. It makes a lasting memory. There’s something truly … Read More
Few things compare to the beautiful, brilliant colors of fall along the backroads and byways of the South, especially when enjoyed with great friends, great food, and camp fires. Join Peach State Overland on their 3rd Annual Fall Color Run as they guide you through the backroads and byways of Cherokee & Nantahala National Forests as well as the rolling hills of NW Georgia! Experience an unforgettable weekend expedition that puts the brilliant beauty of fall color on display. Pack your camping gear and cameras, fuel up your rig, and lets #GOXPLOR!
Pictured Above: Left-to-Right, Patrick’s “Black Pearl“, Steven’s “Rudy“, and Dan’s “GOXPLOR4x4” at Expo East 2016. Join the Team at Overland Expo 2017 Coming to Overland Expo East this Fall? If so, we want to invite you to come hang out with us on Saturday night for a special Overland Expo edition of our #OverlandSocial. Drop in anytime between 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM on Saturday, Sept. 30th during Expo, at our Camp Site. This is kid/family-friendly, and we’ll have liquid refreshments available. Feel free to bring food/snacks to share. Also, check out Dan’s new Mt. St. Helens Rooftop Tent (and okay, sure his truck) in the CVT Booth this year! And check back here often for updates and more info. … Read More
We are very excited to announce our new partnership with Greer Automotive Services, better known as “GAS” in Woodstock, GA. An independent, family-owned auto repair service for everyone, GAS understands how important a vehicle is to its owner. ASE Master Certified, passionate about the work and service they complete and committed to always doing the right thing, GAS treats its customers just like family and maintains one of the cleanest shops we’ve ever seen. GAS offers an extensive knowledge of vehicle care and maintenance for every type of driver, from soccer moms to daily commuters, to weekend warriors and overlanders who enjoy the challenge of getting off pavement. Greer Automotive Servies is a true first-class business, and their owner is … Read More
We’ve been on the road for a little over 3 hours today as we’ve made our way up 24 from Capitol Reef National Park with a quick stop at Goblin Valley—our final destination for the day is a campsite near Rainbow Terrace Trail just north of Canyonlands. I haven’t truly showered in 3 days, unless you call wet wipes a viable alternative—I do not. All I can hear is the gravel grinding beneath my all-terrain’s and the squeaks of my dirt packed bushings as I weave in and out of the leading vehicle’s dust trails. Ahead of me is Steven, Patrick, and Dan in their 4runner’s. I’ve turned down my CB as the chatter is just a little too much … Read More