Start of the Trail Ready to head out.
The Seattle Jeep Club was formed on August 1, 1959 and Incorporated October 21, 1960.
The original corporation papers were signed by 38 members. The Seattle Jeep Club then became 1 of the 6 Charter Clubs that started the Pacific Northwest 4 Wheel Drive Association. Throughout the years SJC has participated in many various types of events. Helping to rebuild forests after a devastating forest fire, taking boyscouts to the Naches Trail for a work party, Operation Shore Patrol Beach Clean-up, many trail repair work parties and even participating in 2 half hour shows by Exploration Northwest on KOMO 4 Television Station in Seattle. One of our most memorable moments was being able to take former Washington State Governor Dixie Lee Ray and her crew on a trail that was due to be closed in Eastern Washington. Thanks to her the trail was kept open and still remains open as of today.
Our objectives are to promote sound and sportsmanlike driving practices on and off the highways.
And to stimulate interest and enjoyment in four wheel driving and ownership, and to acquaint the public with the pleasures of four wheeling as a sport.
We currently have 17 Family's with 1 original Charter member and 1 honorary member in Germany. And an awesome Web Developer!
Our mission is to promote sound and sportsmanlike driving practices, on and off the highways, and to stimulate interest in four wheel driving and ownership.
We also wish to stimulate enjoyment and would like to acquaint the public with the pleasures of four wheeling as a sport.
DNR manages recreation on 2.2 million acres of state trust lands. DNR's recreation opportunities happen in healthy forest ecosystems. DNR uses sound science to conserve and manage timber production, which generates revenue for local county services, public school construction, and universities on behalf of trust beneficiaries and the people of Washington.
We offer diverse recreational experiences including: Riding off-road vehicles, Boating, Camping, Hiking, Horseback riding, Hunting, Mountain biking, Hang gliding and paragliding, Winter activites like snow shoeing, snowmobiling, and cross country skiing, Rock Climbing, & Geocaching
We have all sorts of different Jeeps. This is our most recent list of members rigs.
Video and pictures of our runs... Thanks to Jay for doing the videos!
Welcome to the Pacific Northwest, our main stomping grounds are Evans Creek ORV Park, Liberty and Rimrock area but we enjoy wheelin all over washington as well as other states.
If you would like more information about our club contact us at the info provided below.