The Legendary Civilian Jeepers


Legendary Civilian Jeepers

Another find for all of you Jeep enthusiast!!! The Legendary Civilian Jeepers located in Wisconsin may be another option for those who are in this particular area.. Again, if anyone already belongs to this Jeep off roading club feel free to add your comments and more information about your club.


Here is some information for those of you who may be interested in joining this club straight from their website:
“The Legendary Civilian Jeepers are a group of like-minded Jeep owners who pride themselves on their impeccable trail riding record and their responsible off-road usage of both private and public lands. If you live in or near Wisconsin and would be interested in becoming a member of the Legendary Civilian Jeepers, contact our Membership Coordinator. We’ll get you the information you need.”

“The LCJ’s are lead by a Board of Directors, elected yearly, who help direct the club and act on behalf of the membership. This current Board of Directors are:
President – Doug Richter – president@lcjs.org
Vice President – John Mercier – vicepresident@lcjs.org
Secretary – Randy Williams – secretary@lcjs.org
Treasurer – Kent Sommer – treasurer@lcjs.org
Trailmaster – Rob Rieck – trailmaster@lcjs.org
Editor – Mark Olsen – editor@lcjs.org
Webmaster – Bernadette Nagy – webmaster@lcjs.org”

“Because many of our trails are on private land, we do not post specific locations of those trail rides to protect our generous land owners. We deeply respect their generosity and confidence in us and do everything we can to honor their requests.”

“For more information, please contact one of the above board members. We look forward to hearing from you and seeing you on the trails.”

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."

7 comments

  1. I live in Illinois right at the Wisconsin border. I spend just about as much time there as I do in Illinois. I’m sending for the information to find out where in Wisconsin the club is located. The trails that are located in my area, I already know about and use. If they are close enough I would love to join.

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  2. Sounds like they really got it together. Our club could take a few lessons from them. If I could I’d switch clubs but it’s the only one in the vicinity.

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  3. I live in the middle of Illinois but I have a friend who lives in Wiconsin and I’m sure I can crash there for a chance at some fresh trails.

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  4. I have a cousin who belongs to this club. They are a great bunch of people and really fun to be around. I got a chance to meet most of them when I spent the summer with Joe last year. I’m looking forward to seeing all of them again this summer when I go to our family reunion.

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  5. I own some of that private land these Jeepsters use and what they say is true. They respect us and our land and I’ve never had a reason to be sorry I let them ride here. When I was younger I had a wild hair and a Jeep to keep it happy. I had a couple of trails on other peoples land and I rode there with permission and never caused them no trouble. I feel like now it’s my turn to open up part of my land for other drivers.

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  6. I met up with some of these guys at an event I went to last month. They invited me up for a weekend this summer and I’m eager to check out the trails they have. You have a great site here and I’ve saved a lot of bucks and really enjoyed the pictures and stories.

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