Louisiana 4X4 Club ~ Baton Rouge, La


Kevin M and Joe L, both fans on the ExtremeTerrain Facebook fanpage brought the Louisiana 4×4 Club to our attention so we could give them a shout out and hopefully we can help them a little more recognition and members.


The Louisiana 4X4 Club located in Baton Rouge, La. is “dedicated to the sport of four wheeling and offer organized trail rides, technical assistance, skill classes and environmental awareness. The Club is made up of families, individuals and associates who enjoy exploring the outback, testing themselves and their machines. The club maintains membership in United Four Wheel Drive Association, Southwest Four Wheel Drive Association, Louisiana Off Road Vehicle Association, Tread Lightly and the Blue Ribbon Coalition.”

“Monthly meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month at Ryan’s Steakhouse on Coursey Blvd., off Sherwood Forest Blvd. in Baton Rouge. We generally meet in the parking lot at 6:30 pm and go inside at 7:00 pm for dinner and the meeting.”

“Our purpose as a club is to share knowledge of our 4X4 vehicles as well as safe off-road driving techniques for the experienced AS WELL AS the inexperienced 4X4 enthusiast. “

Want to learn more about the Louisiana 4X4 Club or become a member? Feel free to visit their website at Louisiana 4X4 Club. (http://la4x4.com/home.htm)

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Written by Andrew

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4 comments

  1. I came to Louisiana in September, 2007, to help with the clean-up and rebuilding after Katrina. I liked the area so well, I decided to stay. My Jeep was a lifesaver back then and now I’m ready to get back to enjoying driving off road for pleasure. It’s about an hours drive to Baton Rouge which is where the club is located. I’m going to make contact and see about joining. It will be a first for me as I’ve never been involved with a club, although I have attended club functions in several parts of the United States. I’m looking forward to it.

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  2. I’ve just bought my first Jeep and am excited about joining this club. It was recommended because they are a club that provides skill classes and they are protective of the environment. Both important assets as far as I’m concerned. I want to have fun but I want to know I’ll be safe at the same time.

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  3. I don’t live far from Baton Rouge and I’ve been looking for a Jeep club to join. It sounds like they have an interest in new drivers and that’s what I am. Just had my Jeep for a couple of weeks. Haven’t been off road with it yet, I don’t want to damage it. I need some advice about terrains and trails for beginners and it sounds like they have all that I need. Thanks for making this info available.

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  4. I am looking for a shop that does work on jeeps
    I need a lift kit and other work done.
    I am looking in Baton Rouge,New Orleans or anywhere in that area.
    If anyone knows of one can I get info on them
    Thanks

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