Extractions: Located in Central Eastern California, this club was established in 1998 and is comprised of outgoing, fun loving and responsible members who share the same love of off roading and the outdoors. The club runs monthly off road trips varying from the technical white knuckler to the steep mountain climb as well as hosting services and activites that benefit the local community.
Who We Are! supporting private and governmental efforts to maintain or increase the acreageof State and Federal lands permitting recreational fourwheeling activities. http://www.wrev.org/info.html
Extractions: If you would like to join our club as an active member please try and make the next meeting or trail ride. After fulfilling the qualifications, then you will be accepted or denied by normal voting procedures. Dues are $36.00 per year with options of joining other associations with our sport, through our club. We try and have two monthly vehicle use events with special events through out the year and one club meeting a month to keep things organized. Our event schedule is planned out one year in advance with any changes being published in our monthly newsletter.
UFWDA United Four Wheel Drive Associations and check out their websites for additional regional clubs, events, and landuse activities in those regions. truck, the sport of recreational four wheeling is growing and we're http://www.ufwda.org/
Southwest USA Regional 4-Wheeling Clubs increasing members' knowledge of safe and fun four wheeling. are to promote 4wheelingas a provide social, educational and recreational activities for members http://4wheeldrive.about.com/cs/sw4wheelingclub/
Extractions: A diverse group of 4 wheelers located in Cortez, Colorado. A family oriented organization dedicated to four wheeling, community service and keeping the back country open for use by ALL public land users. Vehicles range from bone stock to outragiously modified. Local trails are very challenging and they often travel to Moab, UT., and Farmington, NM. to test other hard core trails. Alaska Extreme Four Wheelers
South Fork Colorado Lodge & Cabins ALL SEASON recreational activities. four wheeling, Mountain Bike Tours, Float Fishing Raft the Rio Grande or arrange four wheeling, mountain bike tours, and http://www.foothillslodgeandcabins.com/activities.html
Extractions: Email - firstname.lastname@example.org South Fork, Colorado ALL SEASON RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES Fishing Too many places for great river, stream, lake, and Gold Medal fishing to get them all in here! Fish the Rio Grande or the South Fork of the Rio Grande River and its many streams and tributaries. Area lakes and reservoirs include Alberta Park Reservoir, Archuleta Lake, Beaver Creek Reservoir, Big Meadows, Crater Lake, Crystal Lake, Hunters Lake, Pass Lake, Shaw Lake, Million Reservoir, Tucker Ponds, and more. There are rivers, lakes, reservoirs, streams, tributaries. If you wish to go on a guided fishing trip, we can refer you to an experienced fishing guide. Let us know your needs, and we'll make sure you get where you want to go. For more information on area fishing, click on Fishing to visit the official Colorado Division of Wildlife web site or telephone them at (303) 297-1192. For the "inside scoop" on where to fish, come to the lodge office, we have an official fishing map and will direct you to just the right fishing spot for you! PGA Golf South Fork now offers golfing right here in South Fork! The Rio Grande Club offers 18 holes of golf course for golfers. To visit their web site, click on
Northern Lights 4x4 Trailriders Association To focus activities on recreational four wheeling and local, regional and nationalissues affecting trail riding and the pursuit and continuation thereof. http://www.nl4x4.com/about_us.htm
Extractions: To promote the organization and continuation of recreational four wheel drive activities for the owners of sport utility and pick-up style vehicles. To promote the growth of organized four wheeling. To ensure that each member club will maintain its own autonomy, integrity and individuality. To pool the resources of member clubs. To promote attendance at inter-association invitational events where provided by individual member clubs. To focus activities on recreational four wheeling and local, regional and national issues affecting trail riding and the pursuit and continuation thereof. To provide a means for member clubs to share recreational, social, educational and land-use management/conservation activities on a level which encourages and provides for direct and significant input from each club. To participate in and support civic activities which will benefit our communities and enhance the public image of recreational four wheeling and its enthusiasts. To promote responsible driving both on and off pavement through observance of Provincial and Federal vehicle laws, and by education of its membership concerning appropriate off-pavement vehicle equipment, driving techniques, and Tread Lightly! Principles.
Arizona Dust Devils 4WDC Page Promote 4wheeling as a family activity. To provide social, educational and recreational activities for the membership. or other public lands. four Wheel Drive Safety The club is http://www.asa4wdc.org/asa4wdc/clubs/azdd
ASA4WDC - History to be able to reach the four wheeler who undue restriction on recreational 4wheeling,to institute and to provide social and recreational activities for its http://asa4wdc.org/history.html
Extractions: Phone: (602) 258-4 BY 4 In May 1965, twelve families met at the Phoenix Land and Title Building in Phoenix to form a state association of four wheel drive clubs in Arizona. Seven clubs that had already formed were in need of a group association. The purpose of the association was to "coordinate the efforts of four wheel drive clubs throughout Arizona in four wheeling and educate the public." The first clubs involved were: Buckeye 4-Wheelers, Flagstaff 4-Wheelers, 4x4 Scouters of Scottsdale, Mesa 4- Wheelers, Yuma 4-Wheelers, Phoenix Jeep Club, and Tucson Four Wheelers. At this meeting the name "Arizona State Association of Four Wheel Drive Clubs" was born. A roster of members was established, incorporation papers were processed, each club submitted a design for the Association logo, and the By-laws were set up along with $10.00 club dues. The ASA4WDC is heavily involved in keeping land closures and trail closures to a minimum. The Forest Service, in which there are seven National Forests in our state, have been helpful in letting us know when trails are about to be closed and allowing the clubs to adopt them. This requires us to maintain them by checking each trail at least once a year. We do a great deal of Conservation work for the Forest Service; stringing fences, cleaning primitive camp sites, work on water catches for animals, and we restored hills where roads are visible to main roads by laying water bars and then fencing the area.
Recreational Opportunities On CRP Lands quality forest recreational. activities, and a variety camping, fourwheeling . horseback riding, mountain biking, and pic-. nicking in the forest. These activities fall http://www.bugwood.caes.uga.edu/crp/images/98213.pdf
AZ DUST DEVILS FOUR WHEEL DRIVE CLUB Promote 4wheeling as a family activity. To provide social, educational and recreational activities for the membership. or other public lands. four Wheel Drive Safety The club is http://www.asa4wdc.org/asa4wdc/clubs/azdd/azdd.htm
Extractions: E-mail: Erik Thompson Meetings are the first Wednesday of each month at the Top Shelf Mexican Restraunt, 1976 W. Southern Ave, Mesa, AZ., [Northeast corner of Southern and Dobson]. Meeting starts at 7:00 P.M., come early and have dinner. Guests are always welcome. The Arizona Dust Devils 4WDC was first incorporated in 1975 and has been associated with the Arizona State Association of Four Wheel Drive Clubs since its inception. Activities are organized as a monthly function. Trips are organized to provide 4 wheel drive travel experiences. Our trips range in difficulty from mild (stock vehicle) to hard-core (very modified vehicle) and everything in between. We encourage participation by people of all experience and skill levels. Guests are always welcome.
Extractions: Where Are We ? Contact Us Home Fremont County has it all; there is fishing, rafting, golfing, horseback riding, rock climbing, swimming, biking, four-wheeling and other recreational activities awaiting your enjoyment in the immediate area and the entire Colorado Rockies. Skiing Monarch Breckenridge General Skiing Information
Extractions: Dillon started in the 1880s as a mining camp located at the confluence of the Blue, Snake and Ten Mile rivers, but moved across the Blue River when the railroad lines came through. It was forced to relocated yet again when Dillon Reservoir was built in the 1960s. Dillon Reservoir offers a variety of outdoor summer activities in the towns of Dillon and Frisco.
Extractions: Glenwood Springs, Colorado's "Spa in the Rockies," has a rich western history. It was established in 1883 as Defiance, by three prospectors. But it held that name for only two years. In 1885, Mrs. Sarah Cooper, wife of founding father Isaac Cooper, changed the name to Glenwood Springs after her hometown, Glenwood, Iowa. Host to the largest outdoor hot springs pool in the world, Glenwood has long been known as a place to relax and unwind. For more than a century, people have come from all over the world to soak in the healing waters. Many famous people, including Doc Holiday and Theodore Roosevelt, 26th president of the United States, have been said to have spent time here. The town easily lends itself to a wide range of recreational activities. The paved path stretching from Glenwood Springs to Dotsero roughly follows Interstate 70 and is ideal for biking or hiking. The path takes you through spectacular Glenwood Canyon. The steep rock walls and rushing water of the Colorado River make this scenic wonder a must see.
Lanai Activities And Shopping fourwheeling on Lanai From The Aloha Insider, practical information on using afour-wheel drive nice overview of the recreational activities available when http://gohawaii.about.com/cs/lanaiactivities/
Extractions: Well, since you don't have a Java-enabled browser, this isn't much fun for you is it? The Eastern Ontario Trailblazers is a non-profit family oriented off-roading club. The Club encourages newcomers to the sport. EOTB preaches and practices the Tread Lightly philosophy, including the promotion of land use issues. TREAD LIGHTLY T Travel and recreate with minimum impact.
Eastern Ontario TrailBlazers 4x4 Club To focus activities on recreational fourwheeling and local, regional and nationalissues affecting trail riding and the pursuit and continuation of the sport. http://www.eotb.ca/aboutus.htm
Extractions: Rovers, Land Cruisers, Suzuki, etc. It is a common site to see spouses, friends and children riding in our vehicles. Family is a big part of our club. Years ago, most off-roaders were mechanics. Things have changed. Our members include many people with little or no mechanical background. Our members include software and hardware engineers with some of the region's best known hi-tech companies, economists, truck drivers, and, of course mechanics. That is really a bonus because it is good to have this kind of experience on the trail and to help others with their technical know how. Many off-roaders become curious about how their vehicles work and our mechanic members are great teachers. We are not extremists or crazy. Our interests are off-roading in a technically precise way. You will almost never see us madly spin our tires as that is the best way to damage the vehicle).
Extractions: Great Divide Outfitters - Bayfield, Colorado Southwest Colorado Premier Outfitter offering hunting, horseback riding and pack trips. Lobo Outfitters - Pagosa Springs, Colorado Outfitting this area since 1970, you can put your trust in us to show you the best Colorado has to offer. We have the experience, the good horses and equipment, and the knowledge to make your adventure enjoyable and a success. San Juan Outfitting, LLC