Jeep Clubs in Maine
Top reasons you should join a Jeep club, if you aren’t already apart of one that is.
Joining a Jeep club means instantly joining a group of people who are all passionate about the same thing you are, off-roading. It’s easy to make a ton of new friends when you join a Jeep club since you all share a common interest.
You’ll also get access to trails you never even knew existed. You’ll also learn some people in the club probably have some pretty awesome trails on their own private land. Since they’re apart of the club they’ll most likely invite the whole club over several times a year to go off-roading.
Since Jeep Clubs organize group trail rides there will always be someone there to help you out if you get stuck or break down. If you get stuck someone in front of you or behind you will be able to pull you right out. In the event you break down there’s a pretty good chance you’ll have a whole group of people working to get you back up and running.
The best part about Jeep Clubs is you don’t have to be tied to just one. You can join a whole bunch of different Jeep and 4×4 clubs across all of New England. Start by checking out these clubs located all across Maine.
Penobscot Valley 4 Wheel Drive Club: PV4WD is a family friendly Jeep and four-wheel-drive club with members located all over Maine. The group is a not-for-profit club dedicated to having some fun exploring trails. The club meets every third Sunday of the month at City Side Restaurant in Brewer. While the meetings are open to the public membership to the club cost 15 dollars for the year.
Maine 4×4 Club: Another not-for-profit club is the Maine 4×4 Club. The family friendly club is focused on providing a safe and non-destructive yet fun off-road experience. The club also follows the guidelines of TreadLightly.
Western Maine Mountain Jeepers: Located in the Bethel, Maine region is the Western Maine Mountain Jeepers club which is compiled of a group of members from all over New England. These members love all things Jeep from using them to crawl over boulders to working on them. The club hits the trails together the first Saturday of every month.
Central Maine Jeep Owners: The Central Maine Jeep Owners club is a group of people who love riding together. The club promotes Jeep owners helping fellow Jeepers by giving advice, sharing great trail ride locations, and simply showing off each other’s Jeep’s.
Rocky Mountain Terrain Park: While not a Jeep Club the Rocky Mountain Terrain Park located in Carthage, Maine is well worth checking out. The park features a campground, an Off-Road Playground, Off-Road Rally Racing, guided trail trips, Rocky Mountain Trails, mud, and sand. The park features non-member rates for the day and camping along with yearly memberships.
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