The following list contains our current societies and club members with a brief description of each and their respective contact information:
- After the Black Top Ends
- Apex Motorsport Group
- BC South Coast All Terrainers
- Bone Shakers
- Coastal Cruisers
- Comox Valley Jeep Club
- Herd of Turtles 4 Wheel Drive Society
- Jeep BC
- Kelowna Snow Wheelers
- M.O.R.E. – Merritt Offroad Racing Events
- Nanaimo Side Winders
- Old School Off Road
- Peace Canyon Toyota Swamp Donkeys Canyon Toyota Swamp Donkeys
- Quensel 4×4
- Rover Landers
- ToughRock 4×4
- VI Toyota 4×4
ATBE-OffRoad, caters to all levels of off-road enthusiasts, from the person with his / her first 4×4, to the experienced off-roader in a custom-built rig and everything in between.
ATBE promotes responsible trail use. We encourage people who have a wide variety of interests to come together and promote the same values of trail use. With that been said our club promotes trail enthusiasts and education of off road vehicles & trail use.
Mailing Address: 1596 Hatfield Ave, Pentiction BC V2A6L9
Mailing: PO Box 454, Duncan, BC
email: South Coast all Terrainers
Time: 1st Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm
Sign up online for meeting location
The Bone Shakers was started by a group of 4×4 enthusiasts with a long background in four-wheel driving. We are a non-profit group with no membership fee and a strong will to form a club with similar interests for the love of four-wheel drive exploration. We seek out new and exciting areas to test our skills and are always eager to take on new
members with similar interests.
If you have a specific concern on the forum please contact:
Matt (forum tag: sexonwheels)
Steve (forum tag: Thewrench)
Time: 2nd Thursday of each month, 8 PM, except December
1650 Broadway st, Port Moody, BC
The Coastal Cruisers started as a small group meeting in a garage in Surrey, BC in early 1991. The issue that brought the club together was the need to raise money for maintenance of the cabin and hot tubs at the Clear Creek Hot Springs. The Coastal Cruisers became a chapter of the Toyota Land Cruiser Association on November 25, 1991.
Mailing Address: 1650 Broadway st, Port Moody, BC
Time: 3rd Monday of each month at 7:30pm
Ricky’s All Day Grill (Walnut Grove)
8720 204th St
OK, now that you have stopped laughing at our name, please let us take a few moments to tell you a little about our club. As you may have guessed, the whole point of the name is to have fun and not take our past time or ourselves too seriously, and we are a very family oriented group. Virtually all of our members and prospective members have email and belong to the club email list and message board. This enables us to organize and communicate in a very fun, yet efficient manner.
Mailing Address:PO Box 32061, Langley BC V1M 2M3
We’re rig-agnostic at JeepinBC, meaning despite the name, we don’t care what you wheel in – we’re about responsible land use and family-friendly fun in BC’s great outdoors
Mailing Address: PO Box 122 STN Matsqui, Abbotsford, BC
email: Kelowna Snow Wheelers
M.O.R.E – MERRITT OFF ROAD RACING EVENTS – is a non profit society created to build and maintain an off road short course race track in Merritt, BC located across from Trace Resources on HWY 97C headed towards Logan Lake. Our members enjoy access to competition in off-road racing events and practice sessions. To find out more information contact us on our website or through Facebook.
Old School Off Road was started in Northern BC by a few buddies that had a passion for older 4×4 trucks and a love of 4wheeling and camping. The goal of the club is to promote responsible back country travel and the preservation of our beloved old trucks. We generally do most of our wheeling up north, but occasionally hit up trails in the south and if you see us on the trail, feel free to
come over to our camp fire for a beer and chat about the good old days when a hand shake was a hand shake and someone’s word was as good as a signed document.
Mailing address: RR1 Site 16 Comp 156, Fort St. John, BC, V1J 4M6
email: Old School
Time: Every Thursday at 7:30pm (April to October)
1st Thursday of each month (November to March)
The Peace Canyon Toyota Swamp Donkeys is a Land Cruiser & Toyota 4×4 club situated in Northeast British Columbia. We have a solid membership within the Fort St. John area. However, our membership is comprised of individuals living around the world. We’re a pretty easy going, relatively informal bunch of Cruiserheads who came together to form a TLCA chapter after moving North to the Peace Region and we typically get together once a month to discuss everything and anything Toyota related.
Mail: RR1 Site 16 Comp 156, Fort St. John, BC, V1J 4M6
E-Mail: Swamp Donkeys
2288 gunner Rd
The Rover-Landers of BC
1323 King Albert Avenue
Club meetings – Summer meetings are held outdoors and winter meetings are held indoors, see website events tab for the latest meeting details
E-Mail: Rover Landers