Big clubs, small clubs, each has a place in the Association because we share the interests of four-wheel drive recreation.
Member clubs vary in size and scope—some are very active, where others are quite laid-back. Even within any single club, you’ll find there’s a variety—some members engage in almost every activity, whereas others make the occasional trail ride and an annual club party. Some really like the challenge of rock-crawling, where others prefer the solitude of overland-style long distance trips. Regardless of these factors, we all enjoy the aspects of community present within member clubs, and with the Association.
Colorado Jeep Girls
Location: Denver, with six chapters statewide
Colorado's exclusive all-girl Jeep club! Colorado Jeep Girls offers the female Jeep enthusiast a no-pressure environment to get out on the trails and learn new skills while establishing close bonds through off-roading trips, retreats, camping weekends, and much more! Colorado Jeep Girls works with other off-roading groups and clubs to keep our trails clean, accessible, and OPEN.
Colorado Land Cruisers
Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado
The Colorado Land Cruisers are proud members of the Toyota Land Cruiser Association. They have monthly trail rides. Don't rock a Toyota with a low-range gear box? No problem! Feel free to come join us for any or our monthly events.
Grand Mesa Jeep Club
Location: Grand Junction, Colorado
Grand Mesa Jeep Club is one of the most active OHV clubs in Colorado. We are a family-oriented club with a focus on fun and conserving our trails for future generations to enjoy. We are partners with the BLM, Forest Service, and other clubs within the state to help keep public lands public. Plus, we love to wheel.
Creeper Jeepers Gang
Location: Durango, Colorado
The Creeper Jeepers Gang is a family-oriented four-wheel drive club with members in Durango, Pagosa Springs, and Farmington. The club does all types of trails, ranging from easy trails passable with any stock 4x4 to extreme rock crawling. Creeper Jeepers is open to all makes and models of vehicles from bone stock to highly modified trail rigs.
Ute Pass Iron Goats
Location: Woodland Park, Colorado
Ute Pass Iron Goats is a small but very active club in Woodland Park. We welcome all vehicle types and our members enjoy the easy mountain roads as well as the rock-crawling trails. Ute Pass Iron Goats have a good relationship with our local Forest Service office, and we're active in maintaining roads and trails to keep them open for public recreation.
Colorado Springs Christian 4Wheelers
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
Colorado Springs Christian 4 Wheelers, Inc exists as a club to allow for wonderful times together in off-road activities with fellow believers. The association began in the spring of 1993 with the belief that we are to invite our neighbors and co-workers to join us in any of our events so that we are engaged in reaching out to other members of our community.
Bighorn 4x4 Club
Bighorn 4x4 Club is a small group of enthusiastic 4-wheelers dedicated to promoting the 4x4 lifestyle and conservation of Colorado's natural resources. We're involved in the community throughout the year by supporting several notable events. Bighorn members enjoy monthly trail rides, plus several multi-day adventures each year to places such as Farmington, NM, Moab, UT, and Silverton/Ouray, CO.
Big Horn Jeep Club
Club Favorites: Holycross
Big Horn Jeep Club Strives for safe and responsible 4-wheeling through adherence of Tread Lightly principles and Stay the Trail program guidelines.
We go on many trips where we tackle different types of terrain. Our group is open to all types of 4-wheel drives, families, friends, and anybody who enjoys having a great time in the good ol’ outdoors. Our members vary in experience so there’s no need to worry about keeping up. Some members have merely months of 4x4 experience, others have decades.
The Holy Cross trail, near Red Cliff, was adopted by the Big Horn Jeep Club in the late 1970's. During the summer season, we do annual maintenance on Holy Cross in order to keep it accessible to all outdoor enthusiasts. Maintenance usually consists of clearing branches, fallen trees, newly fallen rocks, etc.
Throughout the year, Big Horn Jeep Club plans on hitting trails all over the state, as well as some out of state trails and events. We are not only a club that loves to off-road safely, but we are a family that enjoys and seeks to preserve what nature has provided us.
Horsetooth 4Wheelers is a Toyota 4x4 club, and a chapter of the Toyota Land Cruiser Association. We're looking forward to 2021 to get back into monthly meetings and resuming monthly trail rides in northern Colorado and southern Wyoming.
Big Thompson 4Wheelers
Big Thompson 4Wheelers is among the oldest four-wheel drive clubs in Colorado. We're a small club but very active with frequent trail rides and road/trail maintenance projects on nearly a dozen adopted roads. We welcome all makes and models, but most members drive Jeep vehicles.