The Southwest region includes: Nevada, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Kansas, Oklahoma, Arizona, and Texas. 4×4 Clubs are your best source for finding the best, legal places to 4-wheel and will typically have scheduled events. Review this directory for a club near you.
Southwest region includes:
4 X 4 & More of Texas
A family-oriented club out of Lubbock that’s open to all makes and models of 4wd’s, off-road buggies, etc.
4 Corners Canyon Climbers
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 outrageously 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
An Anchorage-based family orientated club dedicated to increasing members’ knowledge of safe and fun four wheeling. While the main vehicle of choice is a Jeep, they welcome members with a 4WD vehicle of any make or model. They also welcome members of any driving ability.
We are people in Arizona who drive various 4×4 vehicles on various Arizona trails. We have an annual run in February and typically 2-3 trips a month.
Arizona Classic Bronco Club
The Arizona Classic Bronco club’s purpose is to provide a resource to Bronco owners who would like to meet other Bronco enthusiasts and share in their “Bronco” experience.
Arizona Jeep Club
It is all about family friendly fun in the sun! We go out and wheel where permitted and tread lightly. We have runs for all classes of Jeeps no matter if you are running stock or an all out rock crawler!
Arizona Lo-Rangers 4 Wheel Drive Club
Club Disbanded in 2009 but page left up for the memories.
Based out of Chandler, AZ, this club was organized to promote 4-wheeling as a family activity; provide social, educational and recreational activities for the membership; promote responsible use of 4 wheel drive vehicles; and participate in and support civic activities for the betterment of the community.
Arizona Off Highway Vehicle Coalition
The members of this organization are dedicated to the ideals that public domain lands belong to its’ people…. To respect, to protect and to enjoy. This is a right and a trust.
Arizona Rough Riders
The Arizona Rough Riders Four-Wheel Drive Club, Inc. is a non-profit organization for the purpose of:
Providing social, educational and recreational activities for its membership, participating in and supporting civic activities for the betterment of the community and to promote the sport of four-wheel drive in all of its phases.
Arizona State Association of 4WD Clubs
A statewide association of rough-terrain vehicle clubs. If you’re looking for someone in Arizona to go offroad with, find the active club that’s closest to you.
Arizona Virtual Jeep Club
All you need to join this club is a Jeep. Any year, make, or model, but ya gotta have a Jeep. And a computer helps, since it’s the link to the others. All meetings are held online through e-mail, with group meetings at the end of the trail.
Battle Born Cruisers of Northern Nevada
A Land Cruiser club located in Reno, Nevada.
Big Thompson 4 Wheelers
Based in Loveland, Colorado, the Big T 4 Wheelers is a group that has many exciting events and trips. They are open to the public and are a great place for family fun in the mountains!
Located in Colorado Springs, Bighorn is a family oriented four-wheel-drive club that does all types of trails, ranging from the easy trails passable with any stock 4×4 to extreme rockcrawling. They’re open to all types of vehicles from bone stock to highly modified trail rigs.
The Binder Bulletin
A global community for IH Scout and Light Truck lovers whose mission is to build community among IH-Lovers in as many useful and creative ways as possible, including three main target audience groups: Individuals, Clubs and Businesses. Headquartered out of Lafayette, Colorado.
Binder Bunch Club
This Denver area club is one of the oldest Scout clubs in the U.S. The club caters primarily to hard core off-roaders who love and appreciate the Scout for its trail capabilities. Probably NOT the best club for IH and Scout collectors and restorers. They also offer info on parts, events, land use policies, technical data, performance modifications, engine swaps, lifts, lockers, etc.
Black Hills Four Wheelers
An active group of 4-wheel drive enthusiasts who enjoy responsible 4-wheeling. They hold monthly club meetings in Colorado, trail rides, and other special community service activities related to the 4-wheeling hobby. All 4-wheelers are welcome.
Brazoria County Offroad Recovery
A group of dedicated off-roaders located in Brazoria County, Texas that are here to help you free of charge if you get stuck in the b-county area.
Brushbeeter Jeep Club
The Brush Beater Jeep Club is a family oriented club that is open to all makes of 4 wheel drive vehicles, however the vast majority in the club do own Jeeps.
The Brush Beater Jeep Club is based in Southwest Missouri/Southeast Kansas. However, our members and officers are spread across the country.
Trail rides are scheduled every month in a variety of locations throughout Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, and Oklahoma. Out of the area trips are also scheduled several times during the year.
Bullhead 4 Wheelers
We are a non-profit, family oriented club dedicated to promoting the sport of four-wheeling on our public lands. We strive to keep existing roads and trails open for all off-highway motorized recreation and to enjoy and protect our natural and cultural resources in the pursuit and enjoyment of the outdoors and back-country trail exploration.
Central Arizona Jeepers
We’re a ‘loosely’ formed group of Jeepers who enjoy meeting up once a month, and sharing experiences with new friends as well as returning friends!
Christian Off-Road Association
God built a beautiful world, and to experience it to its fullest, you need to get away from the daily grind and breathe some fresh air. Its important to spend time with friends and family, and worship God in his creation. Check us out and see how we do this…
Colorado 4 Wheelers
Out of Colorado Springs, this group’s activities include trips to Moab Utah, Farmington New Mexico, and South Dakota. a family oriented club promoting responsible 4-Wheeling. We welcome owners of all brands of off-road vehicles. They work hard to protect our rights to use public land.
Colorado Association of 4 Wheel Drive Clubs
They have monthly 4WD trips ranging in difficulty and length. Their chapters are organized by four geographic districts in Colorado.
Colorado Full Size Jeep Association
Dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of Full Size Jeeps. A FSJ is classified as Wagoneers, Cherokees, J-series Pickups, or M-715 Military Vehicles.
CK5 is the largest Chevrolet “K5 Blazer” community in the world. In May of 1999 CK5 started out as a tribute to America’s favorite 4×4 utility truck. Since then it has grown to be a pioneer among full size Chevrolet K5 Blazer and GMC Jimmy web sites across the Internet as well as GM trucks and Suburbans.
Colorado Land Cruisers
Out of Colorado Springs, this is a four wheel drive club organized to bring together Toyota owning families and individuals interested in exploring, maintaining, preserving, and enjoying the remote portions of Colorado. They are also involved in volunteer activities to assist the USFS and BLM is cleaning, clearing, identifying, and mapping the back country transportation systems and 4WD trails.
Colorado Off Highway Vehicle Coalition
Committed to protecting our OHV privilege, COHVCO organizes a list of offroad 4×4 clubs throughout the state of Colorado.
Colorado Offroad also hosts a very productive and enthusiastic club that meets almost every month. New and exciting trails are explored by the members, almost 155 miles have been crossed already.
Colorado Rock Hoppers
The Colorado Rock Hoppers was formed in 1997 with a membership totaling 6. We have a wide variety of vehicles ranging from 70’s something Jeeps, to Rock Buggies, and Land Rovers.
Colorado Springs Christian 4 Wheelers
A club to allow for wonderful times together in off-road activities with fellow believers from the Colorado Springs area. Membership includes 90+ families.
Copperstate 4 Wheelers
This club was formed and incorporated March 31, 1972 by a group of families to promote safe enjoyable family style 4 wheeling. We operate as a non-profit dues paying club with elected officers and democratic participation by all members families.
The Creeper Jeepers Gang is a family oriented four-wheel-drive club with members in Durango, Pagosa Springs and Farmington. We do all types of trails, ranging from easy trails passable with any stock 4×4 to extreme rock crawling. Creeper Jeepers is open to all makes and models of vehicles from bone stock to highly modified trail rigs.
The “club” was formed in 2004 by several friends from northwest Houston looking for others that share an interest in four wheel drive vehicles, building and fixing stuff and being outdoors.
Desert Mountain 4 Wheel Drive Club
A family oriented group dedicated to the advancement of 4 wheeling in and around the southwest area. Meetings are held in the Alamogordo, New Mexico area. club members participate in all types of four wheeling from the easy forest road trip to extreme rock crawling and all types in-between.
Flatlanders Jeep Club
With monthly meetings in Manhattan, KS, each club meeting is followed by a few hours of trail riding at a nearby off-road vehicle area. Anyone is welcome to attend; the only requirement is that you own a Jeep. Some drive several hours to get to the meetings.
Fort Worth/Dallas Four Wheel Drive Club
A family-oriented 4×4 club open to owners of all types of 4WD vehicles. They enjoy responsible 4-wheeling ranging from simple, scenic trailrides to hard-core off-roading.
Grand Mesa Jeep Club
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.
Members own Jeeps and are devoted to the pursuit of the total off road experience. They are based out of Las Vegas, Nevada.
Havasu 4 Wheelers
Havasu 4 Wheelers is Organized as a non-profit organization for the purpose of: Providing for the social, educational and recreational activities of its membership. Participating in and supporting civic activities for the betterment of the community. Enjoying and protecting the natural resources.
Supporting and promoting the multiple uses principle as applied to Public Land.
High Country 4 Wheelers
High Country 4-Wheelers is a family oriented 4-wheel drive club involved in many different activities. We take trail rides allover Colorado, Moab, Utah, Farmington, New Mexico, and any others we can find.
High Desert Cruisers
They promote interest in and modification of Toyota 4WD vehicles (Land Cruisers, minitrucks, and 4Runners). Monthly meetings and club runs all over New Mexico. They try to alternate runs close to Albuquerque (in the East Mountains, the Rio Puerco basin, and the southern Jemez) with others (northern Jemez, the northern mountains, and the Lincoln, Cibola, and Gila National Forests).
Honeywell 4×4 Club
The Honeywell 4WD club was organized in the late 1950’s, and is one of the oldest organized 4WD clubs in Arizona. The club is a member of the Arizona State Association of 4WD clubs, and also the national organization, United 4WD Association. There are currently in excess of 40 registered vehicles in the club. We are a family oriented organization committed to responsible recreational 4-wheeling. The Club was formerly know as the “AlliedSignal”, “Garrett”, or “AirResearch” 4X4 Club.
We are a diverse group of people who love our Jeeps, love the outdoors and like to do multiple day trips “off road” to areas of historic, archeological, natural and geological interest. If you can’t get there in your grocery getter you can bet we will get there for sure! We have three basic requirements for members and they are: You MUST own a Jeep, Jeeps ONLY on our trips and please abide by our By-Laws and SOP’s
KC Jeep Club
Out of Overland Park, KS they are focused on fun, family-oriented activities for all Jeep owners. They want to give responsible Jeep owners the opportunity to maximize the experience of driving a Jeep, one of the most unique vehicles ever made, and share their experiences and knowledge with others.
Last Frontier Four Wheelers
Located in Anchorage, Alaska, this club is a family-oriented group dedicated to the exploration of the Alaskan wilderness.
A Utah-based group of offroad enthusiasts that spend much of their time seeking the most extreme offroad adventures. Most adventures take place in Moab, Utah as well as runs in Colorado, South Dakota, and California.
Lone Star Land Cruisers
They are Texas Land Cruiser owners who are dedicated to exploring this great country in their Toyotas. They generally meet once a month, and have frequent off road functions. They accept member who do not own a Land Cruiser, but your vehicle must be a Toyota four wheel drive pickup or 4 Runner. They have chapers in Austin, Dallas/Fort Worth, and San Antonio.
Maricopa SUV Club
Saturday and Sunday experiences for clubs, pokers runs in the Maricopa Hills, beginner to impassible runs, etc.
Mesa 4 Wheelers
We are a family oriented 4 wheel drive club in Mesa Arizona.
Mile-Hi Jeep Club
On July 2, 1957, Mile-Hi Jeep Club of Colorado, Inc. was chartered by the State of Colorado. Based out of Wheat Ridge, they are a group of people from many walks of life who enjoy the outdoors for what it is. They are content to look, admire, and drive on, leaving it for others to admire.
A family-oriented club in Colorado that was organized in 1965 to promote and enjoy the recreation of 4-wheeling. They work closely with the U.S. Forest Service in maintaining trails, many members participate in the Trail Host program.
The Nevada Backroaders Scenic 4X4 Club was formed for the enjoyment of seeing the history and beauty of Nevada’s back country sites on established trails and roads. All Official Club Runs are stock 4×4 friendly and can be done by a new driver in a new vehicle. Official Club Runs will never exceed a level 2.5 of difficulty.
New Mexico 4-Wheelers
Out of the Albuquerque area, this club has everything from family get togethers to running with the Big Dogs.
North Texas Binders
An owner/enthusiast group of International Harvester vehicles (Light Line) in and around the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
North Texas Jeep Club
Welcome to North Texas Jeep Club!!! We are a local jeep club with a dedication to creating outlets for like-minded “Jeepers” and 4x4s alike.
North Texas Power Stroke Association
One of the most active Power Stroke organizations in the country. Their mission is to learn more about Power Strokes and Superduty trucks and have fun doing so. They have members with a wide variety of Power Strokes — some trucks that are lifted, others are lowered, some are hot rods, some are stock, some are used as pullers, and even some daily drivers.
Oklahoma Jeep Thing
We are a chapter club of the National JeepThing Club. we are designed to coordinate and support off-road events, to foster pride and friendship within the Jeep community, to preserve proper use of public lands, to actively participate in related programs such as Tread Lightly.
On the Rocks
On The Rocks in Colorado is a friendly Jeep Club in the Denver area accommodating to all types of 4×4 vehicles. We wish to provide a fellowship of individuals and families who enjoy four wheeling; to promote and encourage fun, safe, ethical use of our Colorado landscape; to sponsor functions which those individuals and families can attend; to encourage conservation of our natural resources; to assist the National Forest Service and community at large; and to welcome the new-comer to four wheeling.
Largest offroading website in the world.
Range Riders 4 Wheelers
The Range Riders 4 Wheelers, Inc., is a family oriented club organized to promote interest in four-wheel drive vehicles and the multi-use concept of public lands, and to provide educational, social, and recreational activities for our members. The club is open to all owners of four-wheel drive vehicles.
Ridge Runners 4×4
The Ridge Runners is a family-oriented four-wheel club that loves adventure. We are located in Southern Colorado, just a short drive away from some of Colorado’s best trails and most breathtaking scenery.
Rising Sun 4 Wheel Drive Club of Colorado
This group enjoys using, maintaining and modifying Toyota 4x4s. They have several annual runs each year like Moab, Holy Cross City, Mt Blanca, and Ouray-Silverton-Teluride, and other day trips. Most members live in the Denver Metro area; some live out of state. Membership is 95% Land Cruisers and some pickups and 4Runners. Vehicles range from stock to heavily modified.
Rocky Mountain Binders
Out of Colorado Springs/Pikes Peak, they do most of their events spur of the moment. You’re encouraged to join their mailing list to stay informed.
Rocky Mountain Ford Truck Club
Rocky Mountain Ford Truck Club is a club welcome to Ford Truck or SUV owners in the Rocky Mountain region (and technically we won’t exclude others).
Sonora Desert Scouts
A Phoenix-based 4WD club for International Harvester enthusiasts. They are dedicated to preserving and maintaining the International Harvester light line of trucks. They meet monthly, publish a monthly newsletter, share technical tips on Scout maintenance, and take regular 4WD outings to enjoy the rugged and durable Scout in the less-traveled backroads and trails throughout the state of Arizona.
South Park 4×4
We are a small 4×4 Club based in Fairplay Colorado which is located in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Our members are from Park County and some of the surrounding counties and a few of our members reside in several states. The common thread amongst us all is we like to get out and go wheeling in the wonderful Colorado Rocky Mountains.
Southern Colorado Mopars
Out of the Colorado Springs area, this club is dedicated to the preservation and interests in Chrysler Corporation cars and trucks. The interests of members include: restoration, racing, cruises/shows, and family events.
Southern High Rollers 4×4 Club
A group of Houston area 4-wheel drive enthusiasts who enjoy the sport of 4-wheeling with friends and family. Members come from the folowing states: TX, OK, NM, AR.
Southern Nevada Land Cruisers
The SNLC has been around Las Vegas since 1976. Located in Las Vegas, the Southern Nevada Land Cruisers membership is open to ALL makes and models of Toyota 4x4s, Land Cruisers FJ40 FJ60 FJ80 FZJ80 LX450; 4Runners – Mini Trucks – Tacoma – FJ Cruiser – Tundra – T100 including pickups, 4Runners, and all series of Land Cruisers. Our membership includes people from Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas, Pahrump, Summerlin, Green Valley, Aliante, and all the other communities around the Las Vegas Valley. Come join us with your Toyota 4WD on some of the best trails around Las Vegas and beyond. Our club includes all types of 4 wheel drive Toyota vehicles.
Southwest Four Wheel Drive Association
Check out their list of clubs in the following states: Kansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas.
Southwest Pinzgauer Association
Southwest Pinzgauer Association is serving Pinzgauer owners and wannabes in the Southwest (AZ, CA, NV and NM). SWPA is based in Mesa, AZ.
Lists plenty of places to 4 wheel in Texas
Texas Four Wheel Drive Organization
A free statewide cyber club. Look here for a chapter near you. Lots of great members and fun events all over the great state of Texas.
Texas Motorized Trails Coalition
An “authority” figure for trail use and land management use in Texas. Not a political entity, but a management tool….the best team of off-road management specialists representing the variety of user groups in Texas.
Texas Offroad Network
Forums regarding Texas offroading.
Timberline Outlaws Jeep Club
We are a few good friends that seem to always get together to go 4-wheelin’. We decided to give ourselves a name and start a club.
A Las Vegas four wheel drive club dedicated to the pursuit of extreme trails. Modification of one’s vehicle is not only a key element to success, it is also required for membership.
Toyota Trail Riders
This Chapter is located in Dallas, Texas and was formed entirely of Toyota 4-wheel drives enthusiasts.
Out of Manhattan, KS, they are an all makes 4×4 club that welcomes all to wheel with them.
Trailridge Runners 4WD Club
Based in Longmont, Colorado, they are very involved with the public land managing agencies, and act as public lands stewards by doing annual volunteer projects, including 4WD road maintenance, annual Lefthand Canyon Cleanup project, campground re-constructions, picnic ground cleanups, and signing projects.
Tucson Rough Riders
Out of Tucson Arizona, over the years there have been numerous runs to: Camino Del Diablo, the Yuma sand dunes, Peck Canyon, Charouleau Gap, Chivo Falls, Chimney Rock, Rice Peak, Sedona, Mexico, Utah, and Colorado. The Tucson Rough Riders will always extend a hand in friendship to anyone that desires to enjoy safe and responsible off roading, while preserving and enjoying our natural resources.
UTE Pass Iron Goats
We are a family oriented club that enjoys everything from hard-core trails like Montrose and Carnage BV to scenic mountain passes.
Members of this Utah group focus on four-wheeling AND responsible land use. Not only do the members enjoy exploring local 4WD trails, but they also volunteer for service projects that enable many of those same trails to remain open. Members must own a Toyota Land Cruiser, Pickup, or 4Runner with 4WD.
The Wild Bunch 4×4 Club
The Wild Bunch 4WD Club was formed in November of 2007. What started out as a few friends getting together and going “wheeling” has turned into an organized club of more than 20 members who share the love of the outdoors and all that our great country has to offer. From easy scenic trial rides to hard rock crawling, our club is out to have fun, and promote responsible use of our public lands for future generations to come.
University of Colorado 4 Wheel Club
On average we organize 2 trail rides per semester, though that number may vary greatly depending on the amount of member participation in the planning of trips. We have 2-3 meetings each semester and we also hold a UMC Demo every spring. Everyone is encouraged to attend our meetings and come on trail rides, even if you don’t own a car. We email all of our members to remind them of meeting and trail ride times and dates.
Wild Yoat’s Toyota 4×4 Association
Membership is open to those owning and having above the average knowledge of Toyota 4×4 trucks, 4Runner’s, or Land Cruiser’s. They have a separate Utah chapter and a Colorado chapter.
Based in the east bay of the San Francisco Bay area, all types of 4x4s are welcome in this club. They have trips scheduled once a month and run all kinds of trails.
Yuma 4-Wheelers 4X4 Club
The Yuma 4-Wheelers 4X4 Club (Yuma 4X4) is a trail club that brings street legal 4-wheel drive owners together for the purpose of fun, safe and legal 4-wheel recreation. Most members’ rigs are “daily drivers” that range widely from brand new, to highly modified.
Allied Signal 4×4 Club
This Phoenix-based club is one of the oldest organized 4WD clubs in Arizona. They’re a family oriented organization comitted to responsible recreational 4-wheeling.
Arizona Dust Devils
This Mesa club’s objectives are to promote 4-wheeling as a family activity; provide social, educational and recreational activities for members; promote responsible use of 4 wheel drive vehicles; and participate in and support civic activities for the betterment of the community. Trips range in difficulty from mild (stock vehicle) to hard-core (very modified vehicle) and everything in between.
Arizona 4×4 Camping Club
The Arizona 4×4 Camping Club is a group of families & individuals committed to promote responsible utilization of the Southwest’s recreational resources. We organize 4WD day trips and multi-day 4WD trips (camping trips) to explore and observe the beauty of Arizona and surrounding states.
Austin Four Wheelers
From the Austin, Texas area, this family-oriented club hosts alcohol-free runs and is open to all 4-wheel drive vehicles.
Cochise Canyon Crawlers
Located in Historic Bisbee, Arizona. Open to all that are interested in some off road adventure.
Colorado Go 4s
Located in the Denver/Aurora area, they go four-wheeling in the Rockies the third Saturday of each month.
Out of Las Vegas, NV, they are looking for fellow 4-wheelers who enjoy backroad outings in Nevada, California, Utah and Arizona. They do off-road events within a 200-mile radius of Las Vegas exploring historic trails, mining areas, ghost towns, and scenic vistas.
High Boyz (& Girls) 4×4 Club
The club is mostly out of Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas but they do have a few members in Kansas City and the surrounding areas.
Based out of Littleton, Colorado, this is a club made up of Christian four wheel-drive enthusiasts. Their aim is to provide a four wheel-drive club that has a different atmosphere from the typical 4×4 club. Christian four wheelers get together with other Christians and with their families for fellowship.
Jeeps of North Texas
A Dallas/Fort Worth area club that was formed by a small group of Jeepers in August, 1997. Benefits of membership include trail rides, technical advice, how-to Clinics, discounts on Jeep accessories, free web page in members ride section, free jeepn.com email account and the camaraderie of fellow Jeepers.
Oklahoma Trailchasers 4WD Club
Oklahoma City OK based club open to any type 4WD vehicle. Over 60 members from throughout Oklahoma and surrounding states. A club dedicated to safe and responsible 4WD activities with a family atmosphere.
Penrose Dirty Dogs
A very informal group of people involved in EMS (and thus working weird shifts) who get together and bounce around in the rocks in the Colorado Springs/Pueblo area.
Rover Riders 4WD Club
Based out of Littleton, CO this is a group of Colorado Land Rover enthusiasts who share a passion for the Land Rover’s off highway abilities. The focus of the club is on year-round off highway driving. While membership is not limited to newer Land Rovers, most members drive Defenders, Discoveries, and Range Rovers, that range between stock vehicles to heavily modified.
Texas Jeep Corps
This San Antonio chapter of Jeep enthusiasts meets regularly and shares ideas online.