About The Firehouse Jeep Fling

The annual event known as the Firehose Jeep Fling began with the inaugural event in 2018 at Belews Creek Fire & Rescue - Station 31 in Forsyth County, NC. The event began as and continues to be the flagship fund raising event for the Junior Firefighters fund which supports the education, application, and experiences of boys and girls, and young men and women who are interested in a fire service career.

The men and women of Station 31 come out each year to create a festive and fun environment where Jeep, 4x4, and side-by-side lovers (and collectors) gather to show their prized vehicles (and mechanical family members) while competing for some, shall we say, interesting prizes and to "stretch it out" on the ever-unpredictable flex ramp.

We hope you'll join us for a day of fun, food, music, laughter, fellowship, trophies, and prizes. (Oooh, the prizes.) Looking forward to seeing you!

BCVFD Station 31

The Belews Creek Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department, Inc., originated in 1962 by community members to provide fire protection to Belews Creek, NC and surrounding communities. In the 1970's the department pushed to began providing EMS and rescue services to the northeast area of Forsyth County, NC. Station 31 continues to serve the public through first response, junior firefighter programs, public education, and community events. As our community grows, we grow, and always with focus, striving to provide safety and support through rigorous training, acquisition of advanced equipment, public awareness, and open communication to benefit the community we serve.

Belews Creek Fire and Rescue Department Inc., 7675 Belews Creek Rd, Belews Creek, NC 27009 336-595-1100