COORJC is not an Extreme Club. Our Rigs are our daily drivers. We Tread very Lightly on the environment, our Rigs and ourselves. We can arrange trail rides for many levels of experience and we enjoy a challenge but we do not intentionally go out to break or abuse any thing. Primarily wheeling in the Central Ontario region, specifically the Bobcaygeon, Buckhorn and Minden areas. Here we have access to numerous trails totalling hundreds of kilometers with challenges for all skill levels.
Off Road Clubs
Here’s why it makes sense to become familiar with the Jeep club(s) in your area, and why you should consider joining one soon,
if you haven’t already…
if you haven’t already…
#1 Jeep clubs are a great place to learn the basics of 4-wheel driving off road.
If you’re new to off-road driving, it makes a lot of sense to hook up with others who have "been there, done that". Not only will they help to make your first few times off road more enjoyable, they’ll also help you learn how to stay safe (especially if you want to push the limits a bit) and have fun at the same time!
#2 Organized club rides give you more options than you’d have on your own.
Chances are, the more you’re in the company of fellow Jeepers, the more you will learn about some new trails & places to ride that you didn’t even know existed. Plus, you might even get access to some riding areas that you would not have been able to gain entry to on your own. Club membership opens many doors for Jeep owners.
#3 Jeep clubs are a great way to find others to go riding with.
As you know, you should never venture off road or into the back country by yourself. And when you’re part of a Jeep club, it’s always a cinch to find someone who wants to go out and ride. While a Jeep club may be one of the best ways to socialize with other Jeep owners, the fact is… if you’re not exactly a social butterfly (self included), you’ll still feel at ease participating in a Jeep club event. There’s just something about Jeep owners that’s super hospitable. You know that "Jeep wave" thing?… we’re just a friendly bunch.
#4 We can accomplish more together than alone.
Most Jeep clubs are active in their communities, and almost all clubs are helping to prevent trail closures in one way or another, as well. Organized club activities help to improve the image of all 4-wheelers and Jeep owners alike, which only serves to benefit the sport of off-road driving.