A.J.C.P. was founded in September of 2015 and is a family oriented club of Jeep Enthusiasts! Our Motto is "Bringing the World Together One Jeep at a Time". We promote the “Tread Lightly” and “Leave No Trace” culture to help preserve the land for future generations. You can join the fun and rest easy knowing that we Leave No Man Behind. AJCP also focuses on our Community. We organize several Fundraiser/Charity events yearly to help our local community. See our website for more information.
1. Must Have Fun!
2. No Profanity on AJCP Page or AJCP Events.
3. No Off-Colored or Suggestive Remarks.
4. No Antagonizing Other Jeepers.
5. No Alcohol or Drugs at /on AJCP Club events.
6. Obey the Law of the Land (Tread Lightly)
7. Repeat #1 MUST HAVE FUN!
The Carolina Trail Blazers 4WD Club is a family oriented club formed in 1971 and incorporated in 1973. We ride trails of varying difficulty and most of our club rides are on trails that are suitable for every type of rig from stock vehicles to purpose built rock buggies.
We "Tread Lightly" to minimize the ecological impact of our hobby and try to leave the trails a bit cleaner than we found them. CTB is a Volunteer Partner with the U.S. Forest Service on the Uwharrie OHV Trail system and participates in scheduled, monthly Forest Service workdays to help maintain the trails, usually the third Saturday of each month.
Most of our club members live in the central N.C. area but we also have members from VA, S.C., GA and TN. Our scheduled club trail rides usually take place on the weekend of the second Saturday of the month. Sometimes there will be an alternate ride for those not able to do the primary ride. A general club meeting is held during the monthly club ride.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the Carolina Trail Blazers, contact one of our officers (http://www.carolina-trailblazers.org/Officers.htm) and attend one of our club rides from the Ride Schedule (http://www.carolina-trailblazers.org/Ride_Schedule.htm).
The Central North Carolina 4x4 Club is an incorporated, non-profit organization open to all makes and models of 4WD vehicles. The club is based in the Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill area, but we have membership in NC, SC, and VA.
Our members range from first time 4-wheelers to seasoned veterans. Our rigs range from show-room stock to locked, lifted, and otherwise "loaded for bear."
CORE is a 'Family Oriented Club', with all levels of experience and levels of build, from stock vehicles to more hardcore vehicles.
Our goal is to get the Novice off-roader out with us to learn what his vehicle, and he/she is capable of doing, without damage to it or the riders.
We meet on the first Tuesday of every month at a local establishment for dinner and drinks, and to discuss upcoming event and rides that CORE schedules.
We normally ride around the Chattanooga area, and once a month we try to visit a ORP within 150 mi radius of Chattanooga.
We actively engage other club around the area and invite them to ride with us, or ask if we can ride with them.
We also do several road rides which include Forestry Service Roads. These are popular with the novice driver with a new vehicle. They're a good way for the to 'get their feet wet' to off roading.
We currently have just over 40 members, and we always welcome new members.
Membership fee to join CORE is currently $30.00, which includes a CORE T shirt ($16.00), a CORE Decal ($4.00), and a SFWDA Membership ($10.00).
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Cumberland Off-Road (COR) is an informal, family-oriented four-wheel drive (4WD) club based in the Cookeville/Sparta area of Middle Tennessee, and it's members come from throughout the Upper Cumberland area. COR was founded by a small group of 4WD enthusiasts to support OHV recreation in the region and to unite the increasing number of local trail users in an effort to preserve the sport. COR is also a member of the United Four Wheel Drive Association (UFWDA), whose members include off-road clubs from across the nation, and the Southern Four Wheel Drive Association (SFWDA), whose members include more than one thousand four-wheel drive enthusiast families across the Southeast.
COR club meetings are held on the third Monday of each month. Monday business meetings are held at 6:30 p.m. at John Lowery's shop in Sparta (2777 Sullivan Knowles Road, Sparta). COR will typically hold a trail ride on the first Saturday of the month.
Membership dues are $50 per calendar year and should be paid by the September business meeting. COR membership dues include membership to SFWDA and the UFWDA and entitle COR members to benefits from both organizations.
The Damnlocals 4x4 Club is family oriented and we put on club rides that allow the entire family to participate. We also have the extreme rides for the times that the family might not want to ride on.We have at least one club ride per month and we also host rides for other 4x4 clubs/groups that visit our area.Sometimes we might have three or four rides a month. We are a very active club located in the middle Tennessee and north Alabama area. We have organized rides planned for Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day weekend.We are involved with the Grundy County Fair Association and they allow us to use the fair grounds as our rally point.
Our club is very informal, however, we do require all of our members to join the Southern Four Wheel Drive Association. We are very active in the association.
You can find lots of information about our club on this web site. We have photos from past trail rides that we have been on, so you will get an idea of the types of places that we go. We ride all over the Southeast region. Windrock Park Oliver Springs, TN is where you'll find us most. We also frequent parks like Golden Mountain Park in Sparta, TN as well as Black Mountain Park in Harlan, KY just to name a few.
We also have information on the rigs that our members drive. Everything from Jeep Wranglers with 33" tires to custom tube rigs with 42" or larger tires. The bulk of our members have 36" or larger tires with lockers front and rear.
The best way to learn more about our group is to meet some of us. Check out our website , and feel free to come to one of our meetings join in on the fun, everyone's welcome!
We meet at "Dockside Grill" in Louisville where we sit down eat, drink, and talk about current events, upcoming trail ride ideas, and anything else that sounds entertaining.
The Georgia Bounty Runners 4 Wheel Drive Club (GBR) www.gbr4wd.com is an organization of families that participate in responsible off-highway, legal trail riding in 4-wheel drive vehicles. Our spouses, children and friends do accompany us to most events. The GBR holds one business meeting and one trail ride each month. We require you to attend one meeting before joining us on a trail ride. This requirement is enforced so that prospective members understand the club's safety requirements both for their protection and our members protection.
Any make or model 4x4 is welcome, from stock to highly modified. We do require that the vehicle have a low range transfer-case and be street legal with up to date registration and insurance. Most members in the club started out with a stock or near stock 4x4 and over the years have built it up to handle more difficult trails as they gained experience. So you might be asking, Should I bring my stock Ford, Chevy, Jeep, Toyota or Land Rover on a trail ride"?? Answer: Sure, as there is usually a milder bypass around extreme obstacles. Also, the GBR adheres to "Tread Lightly" which promotes responsible use of our nation's public and private lands.
If you're looking to join a club where you are not happy unless you lay your 4x4 on its side while ripping the fenders off, then the GBR is not for you.
However, if exploring legal off-road trails, socializing in a family atmosphere, sitting around a campfire after a day of trail riding, sharing laughs and swapping tall off-road tales interests you, then contact the Georgia Bounty Runners 4WD Club and join in on the fun.
GATR is a family friendly club that loves the outdoors
and off-roading. Whether your vehicle is a stock jeep, a modified
full size 4X4, or a hard core tube buggy, you are welcome to join us on the trails.
"You don’t have to own a “Rock Crawler” to join in on the discussions or to ride trails with us. Many of our members have stock vehicles. On most all of our rides, there are trails and by-passes for all types of vehicles. We will help you navigate the trails, and you’ll never feel pressured to attempt any obstacles. It’s always your decision. Even if you need to park it, another member always has an open passenger seat.
Come join us on a ride!
We have an official GATR ride at least once a month, and we are always looking to make new friends. Our groups consist of singles, couples, and families together on the trail, so no matter your situation, you’ll feel right at home. We ride in Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Alabama, and Tennessee. We pride ourselves on being one of the largest and most active Offroad Clubs in the Southeast."
Sign up on their web forum and join CORE and make some new friends, they look forward to seeing you on the trails soon!
"Hardline Crawlers started as a small club of seven members in June 2007. The actual club has stayed small over the years and is currently at ten. All the members were originally from the Birmingham, Alabama area.
An internet forum was started for communication about club meetings and rides. As word got out, the forum grew. Today, the actual club is not active, and the forum has taken its place.
We now have over 9,000 registered forum members and 450,000 posts. While concentrated in the Southeast, we have forum members from most states and several countries. The forum members do a charity ride at Morris Mountain ORV each year called Shamrock Run. Hardline Crawlers keeps an extensive calendar on the forum of all rides and competitions in the southeast. This past year, the forum has had rides at Harlan, KY, Morris Mountain ORV, Choccolocco Mountain ORV, Hawk Pride Mountain Offroad, and Stony Lonesome ORV. 2015 already has a ride and a park work weekend scheduled.
Come visit us at http://www.HardlineCrawlers.com; check out the calendar and forum.
Great group from stockish Jeeps to the Rock Bouncing Racers, Hardline covers it all."
- John Galbreath Jr.
Hoosier Wranglers is an Indiana State Wide “Jeep Wrangler” only club. We are a family oriented off road group which focuses on teaching Wrangler owners what their Jeeps are capable of. We do this through off road events, social outings, and education. We have a diverse group of members that range from hardened Wrangler owners that eat tie rods for breakfast to first timers looking to get introduced to the Jeep culture. We ask all our members to adhere to a basic code of conduct: safety and respect!
We are a group of people who either own or like the Jeep lifestyle. We use our jeeps at any level you are confidant of using it. We have members who are mild wheelers and we have members who are wild wheelers. Dirt roads and creek ridding to no roads and creek bed ridding. Play grounds to Rock Gardens. What ever you choose someone wants to go. We have our Forum and we offer a Club as well we're you get discounts for upgrades and mods from a list of GREAT SPONSORS.
We have planned rides monthly and improv rides that pop up all the time. Check our Forum and Club out also at Jeepsandwrenches.com.
Jeep Masters Of Augusta (JMA) is a family oriented club for Jeep enthusiasts located in the Central Savannah River Area. JMA is a non-profit organization for the purpose of social, recreational, educational and philanthropic activities fostering the enjoyment of off-road vehicles while protecting and preserving our natural resources. JMA is committed to safe, responsible four wheeling and adherence to the principles of Tread Lightly®.
Jeep Masters of Augusta
4115 Columbia Road Suite 5
Martinez, GA 30907
Requirements for new membership to the Kentucky Krawlers
1. You must attend one non-ride Krawlers event. This can include the monthly shoptalk, summer picnic/cookout, annual meeting, special event. This is to show your interest in the club and meet the other members.
2. You must attend one Krawlers sponsored ride.
3. You must recruit a member in good standing to sponsor and nominate you for membership. Obviously if you don't follow the club rules regarding trail manners and rig requirements your at a disadvantage.
4. You must pay the club fee and be accepted by the club as a member. This is an informal process and sounds more menacing than it is.
We then hope you'll participate and be active in club functions, whether on the trails or social events.
The Kentucky Lake Jeep Club was formed in September 2009. The purpose of the Kentucky Lake Jeep Club is to work to provide an environment where all people that share the common enthusiasm for Jeeps are welcome.
We strive to further our knowledge of the capabilities of Jeeps. We share expertise with others who are interested in various levels of modification of Jeep vehicles. Current club members own Jeeps ranging from stock to extreme modifications. Kentucky Lake Jeep Club members will participate in efforts to provide aid to community members in need. We will participate via donations and presence in charitable organizations.
We take part in social events, Jeep shows, trail rides, parades, and camp outs. We, an environmentally sensitive group, will also work to educate our members on the importance of preserving state and federal lands for public use.
About the Kentucky Lake Jeep Club
Who Can Join
What If I've Never Been Off-Road?
A Note from the Club President
We're a Knoxville, TN based offroad club formed for the purpose of testing our vehicles and skills on the trails of East Tennessee and beyond. We have monthly get together's to discuss club functions and a whole lot of ass kicking fun rides.
We have rides for stock 4wd vehicles to custom crawlers. Whether you just want to trail ride and see the sights or do some serious rock crawling, we're the place for you. So sign up on our forums, find a ride that suits your vehicle and experience and get on the trails!
Welcome to Middle Tennessee Trail Runners 4x4 Club. We are located in Southern Middle Tennessee, in and around Coffee, Grundy, Warren and Lincon Counties. We meet monthly at Crockett's Road House in Manchester, Tn on the last Thursday of the month.
This is a family-oriented site, and therefore foul language will not be tolerated; should you have a conflict with a member, or simply need to vent, keep it clean or handle it privately. In an effort to control spamming, flaming and other unacceptable activity on this board, New Member posts will be moderated until that member has proven acceptable behavior.
Our goal is provide a haven for serious off roading in a family atmosphere, to share experiences, friendship and technical know how.
About Our Club
Ohio River Four Wheelers (ORFW) is a non-profit off road enthusiast club in the Cincinnati, Ohio area. Our goal is to enjoy recreational trail riding and to promote responsible, environmentally conscious off-roading. Our club is family oriented, with an average of twenty-five active families in our membership.
ORFW conducts weekend trail rides once a month except during December and January. We also ride over the Memorial Day, Labor Day and Thansgiving holiday weekends. Trail rides typically begin at 9:00AM on Saturday, and last all day with lunch eaten on the trail. During the summer months, some members also ride on Friday and Sunday. For detailed information on ride dates and locations, please see the schedule or "Destinations" section of our website.
ORFW members drive several makes and models of four-wheel drive vehicles Jeeps, Toyotas and others. We recognize that driver skill and vehicle capabilities are varied, and are accommodating to that fact. If you don't think your vehicle can conquer a particular obstacle...don't risk damage...go around it. There are almost always bypass trails. If you want to see what your vehicle can do, we are there with experienced advice and assistance. Where we go, we go as a group. No vehicle is ever left behind, even in the event of a breakdown.
Vehicle requirements for trail rides are:
There is absolutely no consumption of alcoholic beverages permitted during an ORFW trail ride.
Please download and read the .PDF to understand more of the rules for our trailrides. It will also give an overview of what is needed or expected on the trails.
In addition to trail riding, ORFW members volunteer to assist with trail clean-ups, and annually make contributions to charities of the communities in which we ride.
To join ORFW, you must attend one meeting, one trail ride, and then be voted in by the members. Dues are $55.00 annually. Portions of your ORFW dues are paid to these organizations so that you will become a member through the Club: United Four Wheel Drive Association and Southern Four Wheel Drive Association.
Our meetings are 2nd Thursday of each month;
Quaker Steak & Lube
590 Chamber Dr, Milford
Private meeting room at the back of the restaurant.
Rock Corps 4X4 LLC is a local to Marion NC, and beyond. We are based in Marion NC but our membership is spread from The Charlotte area, up into Lenoir, South into Kings Mountain, and into the hills of WNC or Canton, Bakersfield, and Burnsville. We are diverse in occupations as well. Welders, fabricators, Mechanics, health care, Medical, Truck Drivers, Loggers, Heavy equipment operators, Engineers, teachers, Body shop, Maintenance, investor, Lumber wholesaler, 4WheelParts mgt, 911 operator, and much much more!.
We're a group of four wheeling enthusiasts that have a leased piece of property we have developed for the enjoyment of four wheeling. Our club membership is by invite only, and our land, "The Flats" is a 70 acre 4x4 park that has anything from mild to wild.
A great history written by Chip Price of Rock Corps 4x4;
"We are in our 6th year since we formed. We started out with six guys, just looking for somewhere local to wheel. We found that place. The place we found is in Marion NC. We call it, The Flats. The Flats is 68 acres of leased land in which we have worked and worked to develop trails. The Flats honestly offers some of the best wheeling in North Carolina. Our club started to grow, once word got out about what we had. We have went from 6 to 60 in a short time. We met early on and decided one thing we wanted to do, was 1. be a good neighbor to the local neighborhood. 2. We wanted to involved in the community. 3. we wanted to wheel! Since the beginning, we have held benefits for individuals, for national organizations, and even one global organization. We have raised literally 10's of thousands of dollars. Out list of beneficiaries have been individuals who needed medical care. Families that were strapped to bury a loved one. A former member who needed a brace due to him having a stroke. A Forest service man's family, that was killed in the line of duty. A young man who loved wheeling who had passed from a terminal disease, His family wanted the proceeds to go to the Ronald McDonald House , who had give them a place to stay while having to have many trips to a distant hospital. The American Cancer Society, And individual who needed a heart and Kidney transplant. We have an annual toy run to benefit the children in out home county. We have raised literally truck loads of toys for these kids, not overall, but yearly! The list is much longer. So, when you see a Rock Corps 4X4 logo on a rig, or on someone shirt or hoodie, know that these guys and gals, are much more than just wheeling folks, they are givers of their time, their resources, and their hearts. We look forward to being a part of SFWDA, and SFWDA being a part of us!"
RCRC meets on the first Thursday of each month at 6:00pm. We currently meet at Newk’s on University Drive in Huntsville. If you would like to join us for dinner, please arrive between 5:30-6:30, the actual club Meeting will be 6:30-7:30.
RCRC holds a trail ride each month and we try to alternate between easy and hard rides so everyone can have fun. Alcohol and/or drug use is strictly prohibited on all trail rides. This is a family oriented club, therefore, we also ask that you act appropriately regarding actions and language when children are present.
RCRC is a member of the Madison County Volunteer Organizations Active in Disasters (VOAD). As part of this membership, RCRC will respond as requested by VOAD to help the local community recover from disasters. This response includes but is not limited to transporting critical personnel and supplies during adverse weather or road conditions, emergency communications and other 4x4 related emergency responses. In addition, many club members have been Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) trained.
Interested applicants must attend two (2) monthly club meetings as well as go on two (2) trail rides before the club votes on a membership. Dues are collected after the vote.
Dues for basic club membership are $55 per year, collected in January of each year. A portion of the yearly dues go to United Four Wheel Drive Association, so by joining RCRC, you also become members of UFWDA. We also offer business memberships for businesses interested in advertising only.
The members and guests of Rocket City Rock Crawlers are responsible for having a valid drivers license and proof of liability auto insurance on street legal vehicles. Each member/guest is responsible for operating their vehicle in a lawful manner at all times.
This is an off-road club where vehicle damage and personal injury can occur. Every member/guest drives at their own risk. Rocket City Rock Crawlers or its members will not be held responsible for said damages or injury.
The following items are mandatory for every vehicle, this includes guests!
Rock Solid is a family oriented club dedicated to the promotion of off-road recreation. We are active members of SFWDA and UFWDA and strongly endorse and practice the principles of Tread Lightly!. We enjoy the scenery and the challenge of the trail, but we also enjoy the fellowship of friends and family, especially when there is food around.
Nashville, Tennessee Contact: President: Gary Parsons E-Mail: email@example.com Phone: 615-791-1704
The Scenic City 4WD Club is a Four Wheel Drive Club from Chattanooga, TN. We are a family oriented club that enjoys the outdoors and tackling rough terrain.
Scenic City 4WD Club are members of the Southern Four Wheel Drive Association, Blue Ribbon Coalition and United Four Wheel Drive Association. We adhere to “Tread Lightly” principles and believe in preserving the outdoors for ourselves and our children. Scenic City 4WD Club members are actively involved in opening lands both public and private for outdoor recreation. Our members participate and organize cleanups and maintenance days for trails. We are also active in the community and perform various community services.
The Southeast Toyota Land Cruiser Association (STLCA) is a 4-wheel drive club open to all Toyota 4-wheel drive owners and enthusiasts. Established in 1990, the STLCA has been the proponents of 4-wheel drive family fun and equitable land use in the Southeastern United States.
The STLCA welcomes you to come on out and use your Toyota 4-wheel drive for what it was built and designed for 4-Wheeling’!
Southern Jeeps is a family oriented club for Jeep enthusiasts located in North Georgia. This organization is an operating component of Atlanta Off-Road Enthusiasts, Inc., a Georgia Non-Profit Corporation.
As a non-profit organization, Southern Jeeps is organized for the purpose of social, recreational and educational activities designed to foster the enjoyment of off-road vehicles while protecting and preserving our natural resources. Southern Jeeps is committed to safe, responsible four wheeling and adherence to the principals of Tread Lightly!.
Our calendar includes official Club Rides complimented with special events such as Ad-hoc rides, social gatherings and dinners, Project Days, Camping/Cook outs and other family activities scheduled throughout the year. We believe in safe, responsible four wheeling.
(SRJC) provides an opportunity for Jeep owners and enthusiasts to gather and promote their interest in Jeeps as a respectable hobby. SRJC promotes activities and events which give the opp
ortunity to promote public awareness, stimulate pride of Jeep ownership and, encourage the communication, education, and camaraderie between fellow Jeep enthusiasts.
The Triad Jeep Club was founded in 2010 and originally consisted of Jeep owners from the Piedmont Triad area which includes the cities of Greensboro, High Point, and Winston-Salem (hence the name, they have no relation to the Chinese organized crime).
We’ve since expanded substantially and now have members from across the entire state of North Carolina. We are heavily involved with the Uwharrie National Forrest and the conservation of its trail system.
Who we are?
We are a family oriented club that runs out of Greenville, SC. A lot of our members drive Jeeps of some sort, but we have a good assortment of various four-wheel drive vehicles. We are open to all makes and models. Our vehicles range anywhere from bone-stock to modified. Our emphasis is on having a good time and respecting the land and other land-users. We are members of United and Southern Four-Wheel Drive Associations and we practice Tread Lightly!
We meet on the first Sunday of every month and usually plan our events for the third Sunday of the month.
What do we do?
Mostly we just try to have a good time! We usually try to have at least one major ride per month and sometimes we will have impromptu rides before or after our business meetings. We try to find off-road trails that offer a good challenge to those with really built rigs but are not impossible for those of us with less well equipped rides. We are very active in trying to get the Forest Service to re-open trails in this area, and especially with the state acquisition of the Jocassee Gorges area. Many of the old trails have been closed for years due to abuse by litterbugs and irresponsible drivers. We believe that by organizing and following the priciples of Tread Lighly!, we can improve the image of Four-Wheelers in the community. As a part of that goal, we often participate in or organize charity events and rallies. For a look at what kinds of riding we do, please look at our website's picture pages.
Who is eligible to join?
Basically anyone. We do not descriminate based on sex, age, race, creed,
religion or vehicle prefference. We do ask however that you ride with us at
least once and attend two meetings before you join. This gives both of us a
chance to see if we are right for each other. We have some pretty basic rules
of ettiquitte on the trail and we will be more than happy to go over them with
you if you have any questions. Really the only rule is THINK before you act.
Drivers or guests who don't respect the land or the other drivers
and passengers will be asked not to come back. We have a copy of the Club's
by-laws on this site. Please give them a look over. They can answer more of
Where are we Where are we located?
The light green areas on the map are National Forests in the region. The dark
green area straddling the NC/TN state line is the Great Smoky Mountains
OK, How do I Join?
Easy! Just E-mail us and find out when and where the next meeting will be. Come and
meet some of the members and check out their rides. (trust me, they won't mind) After
you have been to a couple of meetings and ridden with us, you will either be invited to
join or not. If not, no hard feelings. If so, then congratulations, you may fill out a
membership application and pay your dues. Our dues are $55 a year, this includes
your membership to Trick'n'traction 4WD Club and Southern 4WD Association.
Memberships in Tread Lightly! , The Blue Ribbon Coalition or any other group is
handled by the individual.
If you live in Warner Robins or any of the surrounding areas and would like to join or help get us started, please register on their website and take a minute to introduce yourself!
We are a group of Jeep enthusiasts that enjoy all that is Jeep! We range from folks with stock Jeeps that simply like riding around with their tops down all the way to the most hard core Jeep-Based Rock Crawling Buggies. If you own a Jeep in the Warner Robins or surrounding areas, this is the club for you! We are a family oriented group open to anyone and everyone... only requirement is that you own a Jeep!
WRJC official events include everything from wheeling trips, camping trips and coffee meets to highway cleanup and donation collections for natural disasters. Our goal is to make a positive impact in the local community while simply enjoying everything that owning a Jeep can offer.
If you own a Jeep and have an irrational obsession with it, you're our kind of people!!! Register and join the community.... and most of all, welcome!!!