I was a Wisconsin Jeeper last weekend, does that count for anything?
We drove the Jeep from mid-MI up over the Mackinaw Bridge, accross the U.P and down into Appleton for my nephews graduation. Nice ride, 9.5 hours was not to bad and the kids had a ball. They really like being able to see out the windows now that we have a hardtop. (the old softop windows were shot... could'nt see crap)
where in wisconsin are you? there's a club in south east wi.
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im from southern wisco... i know of some people out in platteville where i go to school who have some places to wheel and i know of a club out there but i got nothing in the south east... i know there is a club somewhere out here but i havent hooked up yet... let me know if you guys want to do something... i have to fix my hub assembly one of these days but it should be soon here i already have the part... so let me know
There's no replacement for displacement.
In my signature there is a link to WI4x4. They just had a big get together and there are a lot of pics on the site.
My jeep is waiting for a little less humid weather so I can finish KBS'ing my frame and reinstall my gas tank.
There are more good clubs around the state but WI4x4 seems to be the most active and have members from the other clubs.
I will be up in Wausau this coming weekend for a benefit shoot/match just west of town. I wish Rib Mt. was open I like camping there.
In 2006, the Wisconsin Off-Highway Vehicle Association (WOHVA) was granted exclusive access to over 4000acres of land on the Mole Lake Indian Reservation (located just 8 miles outside of Crandon, Wisconsin). WOHVA hosts two trail rides each summer (Northwoods-Mole Lake Jeep Jamboree USA & Great Northern Trail Ride).
Additionally, WOHVA hosts numerous Mole Lake Trail Days on weekends all summer long. In 2011, WOHVA will be hostingDevelopment Mole Lake Trail Days on 10 weekends between May 1st & September 1st.
WOHVA events are a great way to spend two full days trail riding. Our Trail Days are an outstanding way to spend a day on the trail for relatively low cost (food & fuel).
These are actual Jeep Trails...designed & developed for Jeeps by Jeep owners! These aren't some abandoned gravel pit or powerline right-or-way. These are Jeep trails, developed within the boundaries of a 4200 acre northern Wisconsin forest.
You can find more information on these trails and how you too can enjoy them on the WOHVA website at Home
Or, email your name, address, city, state & zipcode to WOHVA at info@WOHVA.com to be added to our mailing list.
John "deadhead" Schnorr
Wisconsin Off-Highway Vehicle Association http://www.wohva.com
Looks like a lot of jeeps from west bend. I'm a semi noob as well and from west bend.
I go to the highschool and I alone have lots of places I go. I'm out by Watertown now where I usually wheel in the summer. I see it easy to ask farmers to use there land seeing farm land in wisconsin goes on. And on. And on.
There is a jeep club around here I have seen 15-20 jeeps in lines. They are usually around Trenton and Wallace lake. Not sure who they are or where they are going but there is opportunity for jeeps around here.