PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. - Those who own a Jeep or are just looking for some fun can head to Frank Brown park this week and weekend.
Tuesday marked the beginning of the third annual Jeep Beach Jam.
Thousands of Jeeps are headed our way for their week of fun on the beach.
Registration began Tuesday, but those still interested in attending can register throughout the week.
The event is expected to bring 2,000 Jeeps from at least 14 states.
There will be food vendors, an obstacle course for the Jeeps, and events throughout the week.
Organizers are especially excited for the parade this Saturday.
"For the first time ever, we are allowed to actually have our parade on the beach. [It's a] 1.3 mile stretch of the beach that we're going to be crawling along and everybody is invited to come out and cheer us on," Andrea Hess, the media coordinator, said.
There will be a free concert for everyone on Friday night at Frank Brown park.
Visit https://www.jeepbeachjam.com/ for event information.
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