No Roads Necessary 2011


Eagle Valley Off Roaders

Eagle Valley Off Roaders is once again holding their No Roads Necessary event from November 4th – November 6th at Penn’s Cave, 222 Penn’s Cave Road, Centre Hall, PA. This is an event that anyone in the area should definitely attend.


The mountain trails located in Central Pennsylvania provide the perfect backdrop for the event. There will be a swap meet, vendors and plenty of off-road trails for everyone to enjoy. This event promises to be a once in a lifetime event that will allow for Jeep owners to test their skills on over 35 miles of trails. Any off roader from beginner to expert will find trails to test their off-roading abilities. This is a Jeep only event and registration is required in order to attend.
Eagle Valley Off Roaders is non-profit four wheel drive club located in Central Pennsylvania. They are committed to promoting stronger family bonds and raising children who both enjoy and respect their environment. Eagle Valley Off Roaders offers trail rides for first timers with stock 4×4’s all the way up to vehicles that feature modifications designed for off-road use. If you are interested in becoming a member, information can be found on their website, http://eaglevalleyoffroaders.com.
Eagle Valley Off Roaders is an organization that deserves to be checked out. Their care of the environment while off-roading is something that all off-roaders should strive to match. After all, if we don’t take care of the trails that we enjoy using they may not be there for others to enjoy later. If you are in the Pennsylvania area and are an off-road enthusiast be sure to take part in the No Roads Necessary event. It should be an enjoyable and fun filled weekend. While there be sure to visit the swap meet where you might be able to find that part that you have been hunting for to make your Jeep complete. You will also be able to meet new Jeep lovers and discuss your favorite trails as well as modifications that you currently performing on your Jeep or plan to in the future.

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. I live on the east coast but this is a doable weekend trip. Some of the events I attended this past summer, while enjoyable, were really impacted by the severe heat. I’m looking forward to a trip in cooler temps. Thanks for the heads up.

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  2. No roads got my attention. I’m glad to see that they are open to children (I have 6) and that they encourage the teaching of caring for the land. For now, we only have one earth so everyone needs to their part to keep it in shape for future generations. You guys rock!

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  3. You’re singing my song. If there isn’t one called ‘No Roads Necessary’, there should be! I spend a lot of time driving off road. It’s a great way to unwind after a hectic week at the office. Never been to Centre Hall, PA., but I swear it’s calling my name. I’m ready for another break from work and by taking a few extra days I can spend a day traveling each way and still be there for the entire event. Of course, the time spent off road is a lot more enjoyable than the high way travel, but, you do what you gotta do to get to what you want to do!

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  4. 35 miles of trails sounds like a winner to me. I really like the fall events with the cooler temps. I also like the organized events such as this one. Someone else does all the planning and I just show up for the fun. Works for me!

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  5. This is so true. Off roading is awsome and both of my vehicles sport a sticker claiming that my other vehicle is a Jeep. We’ve been a 2 Jeep family since the beginning and often drive both of them to an event. Penn’s Cave is our next destination. See you there.

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  6. Oh baby, you’re singing my song! Once off roading got into my blood, I realized that I had no desire to be driving any more than necessary on the road. Most drivers are out there just to make me late or mad and usually it’s both. Off road drivers are friendly, courteous and downright easier to get along with. No Roads Necessary has become my new motto. Never been to Pennsylvania, maybe it’s time for that trip.

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