Mid Rivers Jeep Thing Club – St. Charles, Missouri



In keeping with trying to bring to the forefront all of the available off roading groups around the state, I bring to you today Mid Rivers Jeep Thing Club located in St. Charles, Missouri. The Mid Rivers Jeep Thing Club was suggested to us by Eric Deverick. If you know of a group that we haven’t featured yet, please let us know and we will add it to our list. Please provide the URL with your suggestion. If the site does not have a current website, give us some background information on it and address and we will get it posted.


Here is some information about Mid Rivers Jeep Thing Club from their official website: www.midriversjeepthing.com.

The website has information about the sponsors of Mid Rivers Jeep Thing Club. Once you enter, you will find a large and active forum where you can connect with others who share your love of off roading. The club is family-oriented and designed for all Jeep enthusiasts who are located in Eastern Missouri and seeks to provide social, educational, and recreational activities that will allow people to enjoy being off-road while at the same time protecting natural resources.

To be a member, you must own a jeep of any make or model, use it to participate in club events, and attend at least one club event a year to be active. Memberships are based on a family unit and members have to have a valid driver’s license and be over 18. Those over the age of 18 are voting members, and all members must have no-fault and liability insurance. Dues are $25 for an entire year and are renewed on January 1. This gives a membership card, 2 club stickers, and access to all the activities and support.

The group and forum are both well managed, and you can easily connect with other members, get information, find out about events, and find lots of friends.

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. St. Charles is only about 60 miles from where I live and work. I’m a transplant from the east coast and not totally familiar with the state just yet, but I’m learning. I’ve been looking for a club to join and this one sounds promising. I really think it’s great that you are highlighting the clubs and events.

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  2. This will be my club in 4 more months when I turn 16 and can get my license. I’ve been driving Jeeps around our farm since I was big enough to reach to pedals and see over the steering wheel at the same time. I think I was just shy of 11. I won’t be able to vote for a couple of years, but I’m willing to wait on that too. I just want to be legal and able to drive my Jeep on and off road whenever I want. It’s been a long time coming.

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  3. I was recently in this area and got a good look at the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers. I can see why they refer to the area as Mid River. The rivers I’m used to seeing can almost be waded across. I’m totally impressed with the size and power of the rivers. I would love to have the chance to drive in the area. I flew in for a conference and was there for a week so I did a lot of sight seeing. Interesting area for sure.

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  4. I live on the Illinois side of the Missouri River but St. Charles is an easy drive with great scenery along the way. I have been to a couple of their events and really enjoyed myself. I’ve met some good people and we’ve stayed in touch. I’m sure I’ll go back for more.

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  5. I own a Jeep but unfortunately, it’s in bad shape. I took a short drive off of a long cliff and the body damage was pretty extensive. I figure it’s going to take me a month or two to scrape together enough to get it road ready, or off road ready as the case may be. That’s what I get for not scoping out the area before driving it. A hard lesson to learn! I’ve been checking out the club and would love to join but I guess I’ll be waiting for my wheels to catch up.

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  6. I was born and raised in St. Charles but moved to Alabama for job advancement. I usually get back there a few times during the year. I sold my Jeep when I moved in 2003 but I’ve since replaced it. Jeeping gets in the blood, if you know what I mean. I usually fly when I go home but this year I’m taking a month off of work and will be driving. I’m looking forward to being back on my ‘home turf’.

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  7. I’ll be attending Lindenwood University in St. Charles this Fall. I was worried that there wouldn’t be any Jeep clubs in the area. Thank you for calming my fears. I’ll be moving down there in the middle of the summer to secure housing and a job before school starts. It’s good to know that my leisure time will be settled too. Being off road is a big part of my life and I’m glad to know that there are others in the area who share my interest.

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