Northwest USA 4x4 Off Road Clubs - Find New Places To Go 4 Wheeling
A family oriented 4-wheel drive club in the Puget Sound area of Washington. Members come from Bellevue up to Arlington, with most members in the Everett-Marysville area. They run the more challenging trails, both here in Washington as well as out of state, such as Moab and the Rubicon.
Based in Ashland, Oregon, about 10 miles from the California border. This group of 4-wheelers enjoys mud, rocks, snow, sand and anything else they might encounter off of the paved roads. They are a informal group and try to get together whenever possible for some wheeling and exploring.
This Oregon group was started by a few guys with the simple philosophy that you don't lift your rig and put bigger tires on it just to drive it on the pavement. They got together and established guidelines to keep pavement pounders out of this die-hard group of four wheelers.
Based out of Rapid City, SD, this is a group of 4-wheel drive enthusiasts who enjoy responsible 4-wheeling. They hold monthly club meetings, trail rides, and other special community service activities related to 4-wheeling as a hobby. They encourage all 4-wheelers 18 years of age and older to join in the fun.
Out of Rapid City, South Dakota, this is a group of 4WD enthusiasts who enjoy responsible four-wheeling and own Toyota 4WD vehicles (Land Cruisers, Pickups, and 4-Runners). They hold club meetings, trail rides and do special community service projects and activities related to four-wheeling. Their biggest event is the Black Hills Cruiser Classic, which we host ea0h July.
A club whose mission is to encourage interest in the ownership of a short wheel-based 4WD vehicle and stimulate pride among the owners and to exchange ideas, general information, technical data, to secure the latest technical information from the factory and other related sources, relative to the 4WD owner.
A newly formed Jeep club for Liberty owners in northern California.
Oregon's most extreme off road organization, based in West Salem. A group of guys that decided that four-wheeling was more than big tires and horsepower. They are into the side of four-wheeling that involves brain power, thinkning, and patience, not just the ability to hit the gas and go.
A small group that just takes off and explore the trails in the mountains around the Spokane/Eastern Washington area. They welcome all types of vehicle owners to join and share with each others' common interest in off-roading and 4-wheel related activities.
Based out of Lopez, WA this is an Internet based club for XJ owners nationwide.
A family orientated non-profit organization that started as a group of Toyota owners but has since grown to include all types of vehicles. Their efforts focus on local, regional and statewide land issues. Members also partake in letter writing campaigns on behalf of other 4 wheel drive owners across the United States.
If you have a Toyota 4x4 you are welcome to join this group. They have a wealth of knowldedge on Cruisers and Toyota 4x4s. One meeting each month and a trail run nearly every month.
A group of techie-types from NW Oregon and SW Washington who are interested in 4x4 offroad experiences.
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They are open to all full size 4x4s in Oregon and Washington. Dedicated to responsible wheeling and family fun with monthly meetings and lots of trail rides.
This '53-'56 F-100's truck club was established to maintain a family-oriented club, united by their interest in Ford F-100s. The club continues to support the Puget Sound community while promoting an enthusiasm for 53-56 F-100s.
Out of Gresham, Oregon, they welcome all street legal 4x4s, and they enjoy working to keep all recreational areas open to ALL recreational vehicles.
Founded in 1959, this club was formerly known as the Seattle Rumpbumpers. Members feel that the best jeeping is in the Pacific Northwest and think the Rimrock area is even more challenging than the Rubicon. If you own a 4WD (so long as it can fit between the trees) and enjoy the beautiful Northwest, then you are invited to join in for some fun.
A family oriented club located in Eastern Idaho. SRO also desires to have a club in which the environment is enjoyed and not abused. They support organizations such as Tread Lightly and the Blue Ribbon Coalition.
A family-based group located in Oregon, at the base of the Cascade Mountains in the Willamette Valley. They enjoy four wheeling in all the elements: snow, mud, sand, and rocks. Vehicles range in all sizes, from stock Toyota's to full size Suburban's on 40's to Blazer's on 42's!
A large family-oriented 4 wheel drive club based out of the Kirkland, Washington area that promotes interest in responsible 4 wheeling. The membership is diverse, from young to old, men and women, driving many different types of 4wd vehicles.
This is a loosely organized club whose members ride throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Out of Lake Oswego, Oregon this Scout club primarily holds meetings and events for members from the Portland and Vancouver area.