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Aug
18

2018 Wrangler Riders Summer Camp!

  1.   Southeast WI
  2.   Group Event
  3.   39 / 50
  1.   18th Aug, 2018 8:00AM - 19th Aug, 2018 5:00PM
Please log in to see the member price. Non-member price will include a 6 month membership. Does not include food, drinks or lodging / camping (buy camping or cabins separately). Join us for Aug 18-1...

Please log in to see the member price. Non-member price will include a 6 month membership.

Does not include food, drinks or lodging / camping (buy camping or cabins separately).

Join us for Aug 18-19 for the 2018 Wrangler Riders Summer Camp! We'll enjoy trail riding, camping and community. We have 300 acres of trails to enjoy! The property also has 2 log crawls, 4 hill climbs, a rock crawl, multiple crawling waypoints and more! 

This is a members only event. If you're not a member join here for as little as $30 - https://wranglerriders.com/joinus All Road Legal 4WD vehicles welcome! What's a RL4WD? Here's the topic talking about that - https://wranglerriders.com/home/what-is-a-rl4wd 

Event Cost: $30 per day $50 weekend Special. This is per Jeep not per person. Need at least one valid member per vehicle while on the trails. Additional special pricing for premium members will apply. 

Camping Fees: 

Tent / RV Site: $10 (+$10 if you need 120v power)

4 person cabin: $40

6 person cabin: $60

10 person cabin: $100

Bunk in the dorm: $20

Event fees go towards permits, insurance, site fees and to pay for more trail development. Some of this is offset in the membership fees which is why these events aren't $200 per vehicle or more like some promoters charge. 

Itinerary

Saturday -

New rider orientation and overview: 8-9:30am. If you've never done trail riding or have come to one of our events before, please be sure to attend this. 

Check in - 9:30am - 10am

10am - 10pm Split into small groups (stock to stacked or by experience) and enjoy trail riding! Groups can stop at anytime for breaks and to eat either on the trail or in the lodge. 

The firepit by the lodge will be lit in the late afternoon. Some groups will head to Meats for supper (St. Nazianz) https://www.facebook.com/meatsoperahaus/ some may hit Lucky's in Valders http://www.mrluckysvalders.com/ for dinner or just camp out and eat on site. We'll grill over the fire and enjoy. If you plan on doing the night rides, do not drink alcohol. We have a strict no drinking and riding policy. 

Groups will need at least one elder or experienced rider who's been at the location before with their group before being allowed on the trails. 

Must be in 4 low the entire time you're on the trails (5mph or less). Stay on the trails. Watch for one way trail signs. Download the trail map or grab the printed maps on site. 

The beach will not be open for swimming yet. You can bring your boats / kayaks however if you wish or cast a line from the docks (valid WI DNR licences required)

We'll have an air stations on site to fill tires and a power washer to clean your vehicle (prevents the spread of invasive species) for use at no cost up at the lodge. There are picnic tables and benches on site but bring chairs if you want something more comfortable. 

We're here to relax, ride, have fun and enjoy each others company. Feel free to bring lawn games, kids, dogs etc. Just be sure to pick up after your group and keep games safe. Do not leave the fire pits unattended ever. 

No drinking and riding. Ever. 

If you have a stock vehicle, make sure it has tow points on front and rear. Stock machines are limited to level 1 trails. 

Bring valid proof of vehicle insurance. 

 

Reservation & Ticket Link: https://wranglerriders.com/events/tickets

 

 

Aug
31

Drummond Island - Jeep Badge of Honor Trip!

  1.   Southeast WI
  2.   Public
  3.   10 / 20
  1.   31st Aug, 2018 8:00AM - 3rd Sep, 2018 5:00PM
Earn your South Marble Head Loop "Jeep Badge of Honor" by joining us on this awesome trip to Drummond Island Michigan.  Here we will find some of the most scenic and exciting trails in Michigan.  Loca...

Earn your South Marble Head Loop "Jeep Badge of Honor" by joining us on this awesome trip to Drummond Island Michigan.  Here we will find some of the most scenic and exciting trails in Michigan.  Located on an island on the north side of the Mackinaw Bridge this island is widely recognized as the premier off-roading destination in the Midwest.  Download the Jeep Badge of Honor App from your App store so when you get to the trail head you can register for the formal vehicle badge from Jeep.  

As we will be near Mackinaw we have to check out the other sites such as the Mackinaw Bridge, Mackinaw Island, St. Ignace, etc.  The sand beaches are pretty amazing and no doubt we will have an amazing time.  

We have blocked 4 days (one day there, one day back and 2 days for trail riding and site seeing).  It is a 7 hour drive from Allenton, WI.  One of the nice things about going at the end of August / early Sept is that we will miss the huge crowds that they get in the height of summer.  We would like to get a trip once a year focusing on the Jeep Badge of Honor Trail System across the US.  

Hotel accommodations: 
Drummond Island Hotel  (906) 493-6799
Website: www.drummondislandhotel.com

**Note: Connie has reserved the entire Hotel until July 30th. Mention Wrangler Riders Jeep Club to reserve. Any rooms not books after July 30th will be released to the public. 

Camping accommodations:
Trailhead Campground (906)-493-5929
Website:  https://trailheadbarrestaurantandcampgrounddrummondisland.com/home/camping/

Ferry & Map Information: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1eh2DuNRmdRMyVrti_e-XYDYOxF2SQ7NZ?usp=sharing

 

 

Sep
07

VIP Ride Presentation

  1.   Midwestern Events
  2.   Public
  1.   7th Sep, 2018 9:00AM
Last year, Ryan went to the VIP ride to represent the RL4WD / Wrangler Riders. While we didn't have anyone riding around in Jeeps, we were about to talk to law makers and DNR about our program. These ...

Last year, Ryan went to the VIP ride to represent the RL4WD / Wrangler Riders. While we didn't have anyone riding around in Jeeps, we were about to talk to law makers and DNR about our program. These events make a huge impact in the upcoming legislation we'll be introducing. I'll be there again I hope and invite a few more to join me in setting up a Jeep display. I'll see if we can do some rides as well. 

We'll have ATV's and UTV's you can test ride if you help man our booth. 

Any help would be awesome, if not Ryan can do it solo again. 

Sep
09

Sept Homestead Ride Allenton, WI

  1.   Southeast WI
  2.   Group Event
  3.   8 / 15
  1.   9th Sep, 2018 12:00PM - 4:00PM
Join us 12pm Sunday, Sept 9th, 2018 for a Trail Ride & Jeep N Eat Event at The Homestead!  This is a members only event. If you're not a member join here for as little as $30 - https://wrangler...

Join us 12pm Sunday, Sept 9th, 2018 for a Trail Ride & Jeep N Eat Event at The Homestead! 



This is a members only event. If you're not a member join here for as little as $30 - https://wranglerriders.com/joinus All Road Legal 4WD vehicles welcome! What's a RL4WD? Here's the topic talking about that - https://wranglerriders.com/home/what-is-a-rl4wd

Cost: $20 per vehicle for the afternoon. Families Welcome! One price per vehicle. The fees are for our fundraising efforts to continue to expand, build & maintain the trails. The vehicle can have as many passengers as there are seat belts and seating.


Arrive between 12-1pm as we will be doing a safety check on all Jeeps taking part prior to hitting the trails by 1pm.


Dress accordingly. Stock Jeeps are welcome and encouraged to attend! It’s going to be a ton of fun and hope you can join us!


Safety Check to Include: Front & Rear tow points and on-board fire extinguisher required on all Wrangler Rider Trail Events. Plan on having to be winched or towed out “here and there” if rain or mud.


Rules: Must be a member of Wrangler Riders to register yourself and guests. Everyone must sign in / sign the waiver before allowed to ride the trails. Our events are family friendly and new trail rider friendly. If someone doesn’t have the experience of others, teach and share – don’t criticize. Wrangler Rider Elders are to be respected and their say is the final word. Feel free to ask about things! Our goal is for everyone to have a safe and enjoyable afternoon! No littering! Let’s respect the property so we can continue enjoying the location in the future. No drinking alcohol before the event and No alcoholic beverages allowed on the property.


Jeep N Eat: At 4pm we will Jeep over to Jug's Hitching Post in Kohlsville, WI about 4 miles away for some socialization and good food! ** All attendees pay for their own food & drink. ** Great local saloon & grill that is family friendly. If weather is favorable we will be dining outside on the patio.


Address: 5781 N. Main St., West Bend, WI 53090.

Website: www.jugshitchingpostsaloonandgrill.com


Event Tickets: https://wranglerriders.com/events/tickets


 We look forward to seeing you!


Sep
22

Sept Camp Sinawa Fall Weekend

  1.   Southeast WI
  2.   Group Event
  3.   23 / 30
  1.   22nd Sep, 2018 8:00AM - 23rd Sep, 2018 4:00PM
First day of Fall, let's kick it off with a ride! Fall colors should be at or near peak for this weekend making the trails breathtakingly beautiful!  Please log in to see the member price. Non-member...

First day of Fall, let's kick it off with a ride! Fall colors should be at or near peak for this weekend making the trails breathtakingly beautiful! 

Please log in to see the member price. Non-member price will include a 6 month membership.

Join us for Sept 23 & 23rd for the 2018 Wrangler Riders Fall Camp! We'll enjoy trail riding, camping and community. We have 300 acres of trails to enjoy! The property also has 2 log crawls, 4 hill climbs, a rock crawl, multiple crawling waypoints and more! 

This is a members only event. If you're not a member join here for as little as $30 - https://wranglerriders.com/joinus All Road Legal 4WD vehicles welcome! What's a RL4WD? Here's the topic talking about that - https://wranglerriders.com/home/what-is-a-rl4wd 

Does not include food, drinks or lodging / camping (buy camping or cabins separately).

Event Cost: $30 per day $50 weekend Special. This is per Jeep not per person. Need at least one valid member per vehicle while on the trails. Additional special pricing for premium members will apply. 

Camping Fees: 

Tent / RV Site: $10 (+$10 if you need 120v power)

4 person cabin: $40

6 person cabin: $60

10 person cabin: $100

Bunk in the dorm: $20

Event fees go towards permits, insurance, site fees and to pay for more trail development. Some of this is offset in the membership fees which is why these events aren't $200 per vehicle or more like some promoters charge. 

Itinerary

Saturday -

New rider orientation and overview: 8-9:30am. If you've never done trail riding or have come to one of our events before, please be sure to attend this. 

Check in - 9:30am - 10am

10am - 10pm Split into small groups (stock to stacked or by experience) and enjoy trail riding! Groups can stop at anytime for breaks and to eat either on the trail or in the lodge. 

The firepit by the lodge will be lit in the late afternoon. Some groups will head to Meats for supper (St. Nazianz) https://www.facebook.com/meatsoperahaus/ some may hit Lucky's in Valders http://www.mrluckysvalders.com/ for dinner or just camp out and eat on site. We'll grill over the fire and enjoy. If you plan on doing the night rides, do not drink alcohol. We have a strict no drinking and riding policy. 

Groups will need at least one elder or experienced rider who's been at the location before with their group before being allowed on the trails. 

Must be in 4 low the entire time you're on the trails (5mph or less). Stay on the trails. Watch for one way trail signs. Download the trail map or grab the printed maps on site. 

The beach will not be open for swimming yet. You can bring your boats / kayaks however if you wish or cast a line from the docks (valid WI DNR licences required)

We'll have an air stations on site to fill tires and a power washer to clean your vehicle (prevents the spread of invasive species) for use at no cost up at the lodge. There are picnic tables and benches on site but bring chairs if you want something more comfortable. 

We're here to relax, ride, have fun and enjoy each others company. Feel free to bring lawn games, kids, dogs etc. Just be sure to pick up after your group and keep games safe. Do not leave the fire pits unattended ever. 

No drinking and riding. Ever. 

If you have a stock vehicle, make sure it has tow points on front and rear. Stock machines are limited to level 1 trails. 

Bring valid proof of vehicle insurance. 

Reservation & Ticket Link: https://wranglerriders.com/events/tickets  **Opens 9/1/18 **

 

 

Oct
06

Embarrass River RL4WD Ride Weekend

  1.   Northeast WI
  2.   Group Event
  3.   92 / 100
  1.   6th Oct, 2018 9:00AM - 7th Oct, 2018 9:00AM
Our 3rd exclusive RL4WD park! We're having our first event at the Embarrass River ATV Park Oct. 5th and 6th! Join us for camping, riding, and rock crawling adventures at this 500+ acre park. Enjoy all...

Our 3rd exclusive RL4WD park! We're having our first event at the Embarrass River ATV Park Oct. 5th and 6th! Join us for camping, riding, and rock crawling adventures at this 500+ acre park. Enjoy all types of trails and crawling with 1-3 level trails and 1-5 level intense use areas. 

The park features a nice sign in area, showers, bathrooms, fire pits, camping, wash station, parking for the big rigs and more! 

Pre-registration will be up as soon as we can. This is the first test event if all goes well we'll do another in Fall and perhaps one in winter! The ultimate goal would be to open the park to RL4WD full time, these are the first steps! We must prove to the village that this is a viable option. 

RL4WD only. Must be licensed for road use and pass inspection. Must have insurance. 

Elders - Arrive at around 9 am Friday to do a final inspection, setup, and trail work. 

Members - Registration will open Saturday morning at 9 am.

Again, more info coming soon! 

Oct
14

Homestead Trail Ride & Fall BBQ!

  1.   Southeast WI
  2.   Public
  3.   14 / 20
  1.   14th Oct, 2018 12:00PM - 7:00PM
Come enjoy the fall colors at The Homestead in October!  We will be enjoying the trails and ending the day with a bonfire and barbecue on site.  Bring your sweatshirts & seating as the Fall chill ...

Come enjoy the fall colors at The Homestead in October!  We will be enjoying the trails and ending the day with a bonfire and barbecue on site.  Bring your sweatshirts & seating as the Fall chill in the air may be out but the fire will keep us warm!  I'll fire up the grill for some good food and socializing.  As we get closer will figure out what we are grilling and greater details.  

This is a members only event. If you're not a member join here for as little as $30 - https://wranglerriders.com/joinus All Road Legal 4WD vehicles welcome! What's a RL4WD? Here's the topic talking about that - https://wranglerriders.com/home/what-is-a-rl4wd

Cost: $20 per vehicle for the afternoon. Families Welcome! One price per vehicle. The fees are for our fundraising efforts to continue to expand, build & maintain the trails. The vehicle can have as many passengers as there are seat belts and seating.

Arrive between 12-1pm as we will be doing a safety check on all Jeeps taking part prior to hitting the trails by 1pm.

Dress accordingly. Stock Jeeps are welcome and encouraged to attend! It’s going to be a ton of fun and hope you can join us!

Safety Check to Include: Front & Rear tow points and on-board fire extinguisher required on all Wrangler Rider Trail Events. Plan on having to be winched or towed out “here and there” if rain or mud.

Rules: Must be a member of Wrangler Riders to register yourself and guests. Everyone must sign in / sign the waiver before allowed to ride the trails. Our events are family friendly and new trail rider friendly. If someone doesn’t have the experience of others, teach and share – don’t criticize. Wrangler Rider Elders are to be respected and their say is the final word. Feel free to ask about things! Our goal is for everyone to have a safe and enjoyable afternoon! No littering! Let’s respect the property so we can continue enjoying the location in the future. No drinking alcohol before the event and No alcoholic beverages allowed on the property.

Registration & food details will go up approx 30 days prior.

Nov
03

2019 Planning Meeting and Training

  1.   Southeast WI
  2.   Group Event
  1.   3rd Nov, 2018 10:00AM - 4th Nov, 2018 10:00AM

November planning meeting and training weekend

Nov
25

2018 Sheboygan Jaycees Holiday Parade

  1.   Southeast WI
  2.   Public
  1.   25th Nov, 2018 3:00PM
RL4WD members and friends will be decorating rig starting at 2pm at our AAA office. We'll have snacks and music playing while we get the rig ready! You can leave trucks and trailers in the parking lot...

RL4WD members and friends will be decorating rig starting at 2pm at our AAA office. We'll have snacks and music playing while we get the rig ready! You can leave trucks and trailers in the parking lot at the office. The office has warmth, bathrooms, and entertainment for the kids while we decorate. 

 

We'll head down to line up around 4pm. 

 

In 2018 we will be celebrating our 26th Annual Holiday Parade!
Downtown Sheboygan • 5:00 pm on Sunday, November 25, 2018The entry form will be posted here as soon as it is available


Parade Route
Start at Center Avenue and 7th Street, go north on 7th Street to Erie Avenue, go west on Erie Avenue to 8th Street, go south on 8th Street and end at Mead Public Library. 

Letters for Santa
The U.S. Postal Service will be walking in the parade to collect and deliver your letters to Santa. Be sure to include your name and address on the letter so Santa can give you a response.

Tree Lighting Ceremony
This takes place at Mead Public Library immediately following the parade. 

Entry Details
There is no fee to enter. Promote your organization or business and show your holiday spirit by participating in the Holiday Parade! You can enter a decorated float, have your employees wear holiday costumes and distribute candy, or come up with your own creative entry. Only entries decorated in the holiday spirit will be allowed in the parade. 

Awards
We award cash prizes to the top three non-profit entries (1st place is $150, 2nd place is $100, and 3rd place is $50) and we award plaques to the top three corporate entries. The winners are announced at the tree lighting ceremony at the Mead Public Library following the parade. 

Theme:
Tune Into Christmas

Sponsor: Lake 98.1
2017 Top 3 Corporate Entries
1. Discovery Coach
2. Uber
3. Van Horn Automotive Group
  2017 Top 3 Nonprofit Entries
1. Trinity Lutheran Church and School
2. Wrangler Riders
3. Making Spirits Bright
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Theme:
Classic Christmas
2016 Top 3 Corporate Entries
1. Neumann Plumbing & Heating
2. Liberty Tax Service
3. Larry's Distributing
  2016 Top 3 Nonprofit Entries
1. Immanuel Lutheran
2. Brittany’s School of Dance
3. Our Savior's Lutheran Church
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Click HERE for photos
Theme:
Christmas in Toyland

Sponsor: HSA Bank
2015 Top 3 Corporate Entries
1. HSA Bank
2. Discovery Coach
3. Dollhouse Dance Factory
  2015 Top 3 Nonprofit Entries
1. Mid-Lake Softball Organization
2. The Salvation Army
3. Brittany's School of Dance
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Theme:
Winter Wonderland
2014 Top 3 Corporate Entries
1. Cellcom
2. Fantastic Sam's
3. Discovery Coach
  2014 Top 3 Nonprofit Entries
1. Mid-Lake Softball Association
2. Immanuel Lutheran
3. Town of Sheboygan Volunteer Fire Department
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Theme:
Classic Christmas Movies
2013 Top 3 Corporate Entries
1. Discovery Coach
2. Menchie's Frozen Yogurt
3. Town of Sheboygan Volunteer Fire Dept.
  2013 Top 3 Nonprofit Entries
1. YMCA Team SPARKZ
2. Sue Darrow's School of Dance
3. Immanuel Lutheran
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Theme:
Ugly Sweaters
2012 Top 3 Corporate Entries
1. Dick Brantmeier Ford
2. Sheboygan Smile Center
3. Discovery Coach
  2012 Top 3 Nonprofit Entries
1. Immanuel Lutheran
2. Sheboygan North High Band
3. Sue Darrow's School of Dance
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Theme:
Festival of Lights
2011 Top 3 Corporate Entries
1. Meyer Motors
2. Dick Brantmeier Ford
3. Discovery Coach
  2011 Top 3 Nonprofit Entries
1. St. Dominic Catholic School
2. UW Sheboygan
3. Sheboygan Theater Company
 


History of the Holiday Parade
The Holiday Parade began in 1992 with the Sheboygan Jaycees organizing the parade and Younkers as the sole sponsor. This was a natural fit for Younkers, as they were already considered the “Christmas Store” and their store was in the middle of the parade route.
In 2004, the Sheboygan Press was added as a sponsor to help save the Holiday Parade due to an increase in costs and decrease in sponsorship dollars. The Sheboygan Jaycees felt that the parade would be a perfect tie-in with the Sheboygan Press because it aligns them with a positive community event attended by thousands in its service area. In 2006, the Harbor Centre Business Improvement District was added as a sponsor for the same reasons.
In 2007, due to a loss of cash sponsorship, the Sheboygan Jaycees self-funded most of the parade out of its own budget. Even though there was some expense involved to continue the parade, the Jaycees overwhelmingly supported continuing the parade as a holiday tradition for the city of Sheboygan.
This incredible growth in the size of the parade is solely due to the demand of the community. Excluding weather conditions, this parade has seen a year over year growth in community participation and we see no signs of this trend slowing. It is the only winter parade in the City of Sheboygan.
The Holiday Parade over its history has turned into a family and community tradition. It signifies the beginning of the holiday season in Sheboygan County!

Dec
15

Wrangler Riders Toys for Tots Charity Fundraiser

  1.   Southeast WI
  2.   Public
  3.   497 / 500
  1.   15th Dec, 2018 9:00AM
Wrangler Riders is proud to be part of a fundraiser for the local Children who need toys as well as for the non-profit Camp Sinawa. The east side of the camp will be all decorated up. Families are goi...

Wrangler Riders is proud to be part of a fundraiser for the local Children who need toys as well as for the non-profit Camp Sinawa. The east side of the camp will be all decorated up. Families are going to decorate the cabins for all to enjoy. Multiple food trucks will be on site serving delicious food and drinks. Christmas music will be broadcast throughout the camp, toy donations will be collected in the lodge where we'll be giving away great amounts of Jeep and riding gear for all that help out. 

The east side event is open to all Jeepers and their families to enjoy. Entry fee (donated 100% to the camp trust) TBD. 

Over on the trails, Wrangler Rider members (badge required) can ride the wintery trails during this event! It's one of the few Wisconsin rides with actual trail riding and crawling!!!! 

Jan
11

January 2019 Annual Meeting and Ride

  1.   Southeast WI
  2.   Public
  3.   149 / 150
  1.   11th Jan, 2019 5:00PM - 13th Jan, 2019 4:00PM
Meeting is worth 10 event points and the annual meeting profile badge!  Rides - See the natural beauty of over 300 acres of trails situated on a glacial esker!  The fun starts Friday night with a 8p...

Meeting is worth 10 event points and the annual meeting profile badge! 

Rides - See the natural beauty of over 300 acres of trails situated on a glacial esker! 

The fun starts Friday night with a 8pm - 10pm ride.

Saturday we'll be hitting the trails at 9am and then breaking for lunch and meetings. We'll then pick up the fun again after the main meetings in the lodge for a sunset ride (which should start around dusk).

Sunday we'll do a final ride to welcome 2018 around 11am! 

Meetings -

Friday at 6pm we'll host our officers meeting in the lodge. This is among elders, chapter leaders, and founding members. We'll be suggesting advisory board members during this meeting as well. 

Saturday we'll be hosting a lunch meeting that'll talk about all the things we're planning on for 2018. This includes introductions from local chapters, a report from the newly formed Wisconsin Road Legal 4WD Council and a listening session for member ideas. We'll also have a report from the Trail Patrol Ambassador program and possibly a guest speaker.

Saturday night will be our main dinner and awards banquet. We'll be awarding split tickets for prize packages based on the number of event points you have on your profile. We'll also be handing out special awards for people who've gone above and beyond for our organization. 

Vendors and Displays

We are offering vending and display booths in the lodge to our sponsors as well as outdoor space for larger rigs which we will showcase and film in front of the lodge. If you'd like to display, please contact us 1-855-527-7464.

Heated cabins and dorm bunks will be available for pre-registration soon! 

Prizes – Everyone who attends will get 1 ticket for the prizes being donated. For every event point you have on your profile, you’ll get one additional ticket for the prize drawings. Elders will get 10 additional tickets. Founding members will get 10 additional tickets. Modified Members will get 5 additional tickets. Come to the banquet with your Wrangler Riders hat or shirt on and get 1 additional ticket.

 

2019 Prize Sponsors - TBD

 

Rules- 

Everyone must sign in / sign the waiver before being allowed to ride the trails. We go out in groups, never alone. Do not attempt to open the trail gates without an Elder.

The vehicle must have at least one Wrangler Rider member in it whenever out on the trails. You can switch drivers. 

Be a decent human being. Treat each other with respect. Our group is new trail rider friendly. If someone doesn't have the experience of others, teach and share don't poke fun or criticize. Elders are to be respected. Their say is the final word, feel free to ask them about things.

Leave the camp better than you found it.

Always be in 4 low when out on the trails. No exceptions (it prevents trail damage)

No drinking alcohol before a ride. We have a breathalyzer and you must blow zero to drive. Obviously don't be doped up on goofballs either. If you’re on MEDs that say don't operate heavy machines, that includes your vehicle. You’ll be banned from the event and kicked out of Wrangler Riders for breaking this rule.

Police your smoking and butts. Don't smoke right by a doorway so the smoke gets drug into the building. No smoking in any building at the camp. 

Watch your language around kids. Our events are family friendly. 

CB's are set to channel 12 for almost everything. Add friends to the Beartooth network before the ride. 

You can bring the kids and dogs, but you're in charge of crying, barking, poop etc. Have your dog on a leash and keep your kids in sight always (we do have hoops and yard games for the kids). 

The camp trails have a different feel to them. During our November workday, we cut and cleared 5 new trails and a few big obstacles to explore. Some of the new trails are designed for experienced drivers, but most can be done with stock Road Legal 4WD Vehicles (RL4WD). Please be sure to check in early enough for the rides as we inspect each vehicle before each ride. 

Our night rides are a blast! Riding the trails at night is an entirely different experience. We feel it's important to host night trail rides so everyone has a chance to learn and practice riding without a lot of light.

9 Heated Cabins - You can now pick your cabin based on the picture in the description. Cabins have bunks and foam mats. They do not have bedding. You are expected to bring your own bedding, trash bags, ways to clean your cabin after your stay. Each cabin will be checked after the event. We want you to empty the trash, sweep up the floor and clean up any messes. Cabins that have heat will include a 220V heater that will be turned on hours before your stay. Please turn off the heat when you're done using the cabin and unplug the heater. 

Dormitory - The camp features a neat 24-person dormitory complete with its own bathrooms, showers and kitchen. We offer affordable bunk space in the dorm of you don't need an entire cabin. There are 4 bunks to each private area and a little bit of storage. Each side also has an observation deck and a great view of the lake at sunrise. The dorm is older, but everything still works. If you cook in the dorm, please bring things to clean the cooking areas. Also bring trash bags and if you can, donate some paper towels and some single ply (the thin stuff so it doesn't plug the $5k sewage grinder pump) TP. As with the cabins, the dorm only offers a foam mat on the bunks. It won't win any comfort awards, but it isn't too bad. 

Shower house - This is the newest building in the camp. It has the best showers and tankless water heaters. It has radiant in-floor heating and exhaust fans that will take the worst smells away in a matter of moments. Everyone staying at the camp can use the shower house. Please don't leave a mess here either. If a garbage is full, grab a bag, if TP is almost out, pop in a new roll. IF you soil the toilet, you'll need to clean it with the cleaning supplies in the restroom. We've never had a problem with people leaving anything dirty and our event fees reflect this. You all have done a great job of cleaning up after. 

Lodge and Kitchen - We have use of the big lodge and kitchen for this event. Feel free to move tables and chairs to meet the needs of what's going on. We just need to pick up the tables and chairs and put them back after. The last thing we do is sweep and mop the floors (usually doesn't need mopping unless it's raining out). We'll have coffee, plates, cups and cooking stuff (the camp cooking stuff is terrible best to bring your own but the cups and silverware are good). We have a fireplace in the lodge that we'll have going. Do not operate the fireplace if you don't know what you're doing. Do NOT bring dirty pine firewood into the lodge fireplace. We only use clean hardwoods in the lodge and that pile is over by the sugar shack by the ranger’s house. We'll be playing games, bring cards, the lodge kinda has Wi-Fi but not sure if we remember the password, there is a movie screen, but between cards and playing games and rides, you run out of time to do much else. 

Beach - Do not attempt to go on the water in any way during this event. Do not allow your kids to walk out on the ice. In the summer, we can rent a lifeguard and will have swimming hours and boating time, but in Dec... there isn't much to do out there. When the lake is solid, we may take the jeeps out on the ice for some fun, but that'll be Jan or Feb before the ice is thick enough. 

Grills - The grills behind the lodge are available to use. They are propane and pretty much suck. We may donate a new grill or two in spring since we're one of the only groups that use them. Ryan almost started the grill shelter on fire the last event because they are so bad.

Many of our events like this will be training us to work as a team when taking our Jeeps out into the wilderness. We'd love to showcase and learn how to work as a team to roll as a squad so we can do multi-day events without any need for much else. 

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