Jeep Nation


Another Jeep off-roading club I came across I would like to share with all you readers is the Jeep Nation.


Here is more about this group straight from their website:

“Jeep Nation is an all inclusive Jeep club with chapters in San Antonio, Houston and Waco Texas, Jeep Nation currently has 103 members and growing. We enjoy off roading and getting together for fun with family and friends, we would love to have you join us, Membership is free!” http://www.jeep-nation.com

“Membership Application

If you would like to join Jeep Nation just complete the form and send it back to us.
Feel free to email, mail or just bring it to the next meet & greet or other gathering.
New Application ~ http://www.jeep-nation.com/Contacts/New%20Application.doc
Renee…San Antonio Chapter Leader 210-389-5630
Steve…Houston Chapter Leader 713-806-5415
Justin…Waco Chapter Leader 254-981-8238

Guidelines
Please read our member guidelines for safe off-roading;

Guidelines for Jeep Nation Members
Jeep Nation (also referred to in this document as “the club”) believes that Jeep activities should be fun and a pleasurable event to be enjoyed by families and individuals alike.

• Club members are expected to drive in a courteous manner and respect other drivers and spectators.
• Club members may drive anywhere, anytime, however, only excursions that appear on the website and are led by a Jeep Nation leader are considered Jeep Nation sanctioned rides / events. If there are other trail rides that you would like the club to participate in, bring those to the attention of the Club President and/or other Officer.
• Trail Ride Leaders will abide by the responsibilities as designated in the Trail Ride Leader Guide and are responsible to the Officers of the club.
• Take care of our community, trash in trash out. Leave your off-road park/ location cleaner than you found it.
• Members will promote a positive and respectful attitude towards other members, the Club, as well as the general public. If you have any issues with the club or any of its members, please bring that to the attention of the individual and/or the Officers. Do not use a public forum to resolve your personal issues.
• If there are any concerns with a trail ride or other club functions, please bring those to the attention of the Officers.
• Members will be respectful of other member’s e-mail accounts. Some people use e-mail provided by their work place. If someone asks you to stop e-mailing them, please abide by their wishes.”

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."

6 comments

  1. My cousin belongs to the San Antonio Chapter. He’s always telling me about how much fun they have. I’m going for a visit in January and he’s promised that we can go off road. I can hardly wait.

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  2. We do it bigger and better in Texas and Jeep Nation is no exception. I’ve belonged to the club since the beginning and have seen a lot of positive changes over the years. It’s one of the best around.

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  3. Jeep Nation is one of the biggest clubs around. I haven’t joined yet but I suspect I will. I have attended a few meetings and like what I’ve seen. I went to a couple of the events they sponsored too. I think it will be a good fit.

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