Out and About
We welcome all guests and their families to our meetings and our trail rides. Our general membership meetings are generally held the first Saturday of every month at either a member's home or a public place. The meetings are in the greater Detroit area and begin at 7:00PM and generally last about 60-90 minutes. We cover the club's business as we operate as a non-profit entity and also discuss our outings and trips. We have light refreshments and a chance to get to know us better. Membership dues are $50.00 per family annually paid in May. This includes membership to Wolverine Four Wheelers, United Four Wheel Drive Association, and Great Lakes Four Wheel Drive Association.
2018 Club Calendar
January 6 Club Meeting, Fenton MI 7PM
February 3 Club Meeting, Milford MI 7PM
March 3 Club Meeting, Howell MI 7PM
April 7 Club Meeting, Livonia MI 7PM
May 5 Club Meeting, TBD 7PM
June 2 Club Meeting, South Lyon MI 7PM
July 7 Club Meeting, Onsted, MI
August 4 - Clarkston, MI 7 PM
January 13 Day Run to West Branch MI 10AM
February 9-11 Sno*Blind, West Branch (Must be Registered)
March 17 Rocks & Valleys, Harrison, MI 10:00 AM
April 20-22 Royal Blue, Pioneer, TN
May 19/20 - Silver Lake Sand Dunes
June 23 - West Michigan Jeep & 4X4 Festival, Hudsonville, MI
July 14 - Bundy Hill, Jerome, MI
Aug. 25/26 - Drummond Island, MI
Check back often as updates will be posted here along with new outings. Hope to see you at our next meeting or out on the trail.
Club Members: Please use the club members only page to indicate if you are coming to a meeting or an event.
More Events (Hosted by others)
April 20-21 Jeep the MAC, Mackinaw, MI
May 5 Annual Jeep Blessing, Cadillac MI
May 12 Great Lakes Quarterly, White Cloud MI
July 21 S&B Jeepfest, Frankenmuth MI
August 10-12 Jeep Fest, Toledo OH
August 16 DOA Drummond Island Off Road Adventure, Drummond Island, MI
February 7-10 Sno*Blind Expedition, West Branch MI
Michigan ORV Regulations
Individuals riding in places other than private property will pay $26.25 annually. Riders wishing to use state designated trails will pay an additional $10 annually. The additional revenue will allow the department to add miles of trails and connections to communities and provide for the inspection, maintenance and improved safety of the trail network.
ORV licenses are available from the DNR at DNR Operations Service Centers, over the Internet at http://www.mdnr-elicense.com, by mail, through participating ORV dealers, and through participating hunting and fishing license agents.
For the ORV scramble area at Silver Lake State Park (Sand Dunes) you must also have a flag mounted to the front of your vehicle. The warning flag must maintain a minimum 10-foot height at standstill and a minimum 8-foot height under motion. The flag is mounted at the top of the staff and it must be rectangular, international orange in color, solid material, with a minimum length on the supporting side of five inches and a minimum length on the base side of 10 inches. Flags are available for purchase at various retailers around the park.