Some More Jeep Off Roading Clubs for you!

I didn’t collect a ton of information on each of these off-roading clubs. I figured if they one was in your area, provided with the link, you could further research the clubs to see if they offer anything you would be interested in.

Firewalker Four Wheel Drive Club
They are a Jeep Club based out of N.E. Illinois and enjoy the sport of four wheeling. A responsible group that adheres to the Tread Lightly program, they attend organized Jeeping events locally and around the country.

Hobo Jeepers
With activities taking place in Denver, Colorado and the Rockies, this group takes its name from the spirit of a Hobo who “rides the rails” wherever it takes him. They instead, “ride the trails” and bounce around the mountains in that same exploring spirit.

Jeeps R Us
With members from all over the Central Pennsylvania area, Jeeps R Us works in conjunction with Blue Mountain Jeep Alliance to bring high quality Jeep activities to the area. Some activities include trail rides, Jamborees, camping, or anything else that can be done in a Jeep.

“Jeeps “R” Us was founded in 1995 and has about 75 members from all over the Central Pennsylvania area. Jeeps “R” Us uses volunteer members to bring high quality Jeep activities. Some of our activities include trail rides, Jamborees, camping, or anything else that can be done in a Jeep (What can’t?). Our club is all about having fun with people that have similar interests. It’s a family oriented club that welcomes everyone. You’ll have the opportunity to spend time in the great outdoors in some of most scenic areas of Pennsylvania. We guarantee that you learn a little vehicle technology that you will never forget. Come join us… We’ll bet you’ll be hooked!”

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. Jeeps R Us has a bit of a familiar ring to it, especially with the giraffe behind the wheel. Pennsylvania is too far away to join the club but I would really be interested in attending some of their functions.


  2. I belong to a great club but it is always interesting to read about other clubs. Sometimes we get ideas from them and sometimes they are close enough that we can enjoy the functions they put onand v/v. Usually, someone in our club know someone in another club or at least knows someone who knows someone in that club. The US gets a lot smaller when people have a common interest and Jeeping is one of the best.


  3. I’ve heard of the Firewalker Club but never knew where they were located. Only good things by the way. It was during a conversation about the Tread Lightly Program that their name came up. It’s always a good thing to be attuned to protecting our natural resources.


  4. I’ve heard of the Mile High Club but it wasn’t on the ground. Must be more than one. I can relate to the hobo who rides the trails. That’s where every minute of my spare time is spent and I love it.


  5. I always get revved up when you start listing new clubs. Not because I want to join one of them, but because they have potential as upcoming event holders. I love to travel all over the US during the Spring through Fall seasons.


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