Blue Mountain Jeep Alliance

Blue Mountain Jeep Alliance out of Pennsylvania is another club that was created by people who shared a common interest, Jeeps! Here is some information straight from the groups’ site. It just may be that Jeep Off-Roading club you have been looking to join.

The Blue Mountain Jeep Alliance states “We celebrate the camaraderie brought on by owning one of these capable vehicles by sharing adventures and knowledge with each other. Each person’s Jeep eventually mirrors the personality of its owner, as if it were an extension of oneself. We band together to drive these machines, pitting ourselves against them and nature alike.

Every obstacle overcome becomes a small triumph providing a rewarding rush of adrenaline made possible by teamwork, critical thinking, and vehicle mastery — bringing people together amidst the mountains, the lakes, and the forests.

Where Do We Meet?
We meet at the Shoemakersville Fire Company in Shoemakersville just before Hamburg, PA; 7:00 pm on the 1st Thursday of every month. Stay an hour or so to cover event news, show videos, mingle, discuss recent adventures and show off our trail rigs. Nonmembers are welcome.
Shoemakersville Fire Company
300 Church Avenue
Shoemakersville, PA 19555.

Our club’s events are those such as large-scale trail rides such as Jamborees or Challenges, small-scale local trail rides with usually between 3 and 50 Jeep vehicles, camping, vehicle shows, learning sessions, charity events, and to aid the general public as needed. Blue Mountain Jeep Alliance is especially an excellent way to meet many cool people who share your interest! Come ride with us. We welcome new Jeep owners and hard-core alike!

Member Benefits
Club newsletter
Member windshield sticker
Discounts from club sponsors.
We often visit Rausch Creek Off Road Park. These pay-to-play options are a good thing since it is increasingly difficult to find a public-access area in the eastern United States that allows 4-wheel drive vehicles without the threat of illegal trespassing.

Written by Andrew

"You're telling me it's got four wheels, two seats and goes faster than the speed limit? Good, I'm driving."


  1. It’s about an hour from home but I might go and check it out since they welcome non-members. Of course, that’s about the best way to solicit new members. Thanks for the info.


  2. That’s quite a list of events. I’m inclined to give them a try. Jeeping is always more fun when there’s more than one off road.


  3. I joined the club the same weekend I bought my Jeep. I’ve never regretted either decision. It’s an entertaining pasttime that’s relatively safe and ever exciting. If more people would try it once, they’d be hooked too. Besides, it keeps me out of trouble.


  4. After my wife and I got through customizing our Jeep, we joined the Blue Mountain Jeep Alliance. We’ve had a blast with this club. There are so many people who have the same interests that we do. We haven’t been part of any sponsored events yet, so we still have that to look forward to. We can hardly wait.


  5. My Dad was one of the original members of the Blue Mountain Jeep Alliance. I used to go off road with him sometimes. Now I’m old enough to take myself and we’re a 2 Jeep family. I joined the club too.


  6. I went to the meeting last month and had such a good time that I joined that night. I don’t know now, why I was so resistant to join a club. Fear of the unknown maybe. I can’t wait to be in on the planning of some of the events.


  7. I just moved to the Pennsylvania area and am looking forward to checking out clubs. I really liked the one I was in back in Indiana. The country is beautiful, I know I’m going to have some terrific times off road.


  8. I went to a Blue Mountain Jeeps jamboree last summer when I was in the area visitin my parents. It was a lot of fun and I met some people that I’ve been in close contact with since then. We’re already planning on hooking up again next summer. Nothing like off road Jeeping.


  9. I joined a club because I like company, both on and off the road. The meetings are never boring and no one leaves early to escape drudgery. I recommend joining a club. It never hurts to have a club buddy on the trail with you if the going gets tough or stuck!


  10. Pennsylvania has some awsome off road trails. I’m a new member to the club, actually just got my Jeep a couple of weeks ago. I’m really looking forward to having some great times.


  11. I was passing through PA last month and stopped for the meeting. I had a great time and I’m going to go back. I won’t be able to make it every month but then not all of them make it every month either. I may even end up joining.


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