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May
01
  1.   Northeast WI
  2.    Public
  3.   81 / 100
  1.   1st May, 2020 4:00PM - 3rd May, 2020 4:00PM
Join us for the first weekend of Tigerton being open! Camping, riding, and rock crawling adventures at this 500+ acre park. Many of these trails are tight and over level 5 so stock rigs have possible ...

Join us for the first weekend of Tigerton being open! Camping, riding, and rock crawling adventures at this 500+ acre park. Many of these trails are tight and over level 5 so stock rigs have possible damage if attempting trails beyond your ability or your rigs capabilities. 

Be advised if the state mandates virus restrictions past April, this event may be postponed. You are expected to practice social distancing and never be socializing in groups more than 10 people in any one place. We want everyone to be safe. If you're sick, STAY HOME or you may not be allowed to enter the park. 

This is opening weekend for all users and all vehicles. It will be crowded and filled with 4x4, ATV's UTV's and Motorcycles. Expect to pull over a lot for faster traffic. 

The park charges $20 per per day for full-sized 4x4s. We no longer charge for this event as we helped make this a public 4x4 park. This is available for members and non-members.

$25-35 per night for camping. If you want to toss a few bucks in the jar, go to https://rl4wd.com/donate and we'll send you swag or bring it with us to the event. We may also have custom shirts for sale on site. 

To RSVP https://www.tigertonwi.com/reservations or call the park at 715-535-2169 or email tigertonatvpark@frontiernet.net. Most of our group is camping around site 45 area.

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

We've proven to be a valuable recreation to this park, now we need to show them that we can coexist with the ATV's. Don't screw this up or we won't be invited back!  We must prove to the village that this is a viable option. We want to promote a local chapter starting in this area to assist the park and town with RL4WD events. We'll continue to host events at this location until a local chapter can take over. 

Rigs Must be licensed for road use and pass inspection. Must have vehicle insurance. Must have one valid RL4WD member in each rig at all times. 40" Tires or less unless otherwise approved.

Long wheelbase trucks may not be able to make the turns around many of the interior trails. 

Registration will be at the main building as you drive in. Our Trail Ambassadors will be on site to assist the park in doing vehicle inspections. 

Trail Maps and Trails are Here - https://rl4wd.com/directory/businesses/on-trail/embarrassriveratvpark 

This 528 Acre park has been in operation as an ATV park and campground since 1998. We've been involved in the development of this park over on the ATV and UTV sides.

This area is very rocky and you'll enjoy beautifully designed crawling trails, some of which are right next to the Embarrass River and the small falls. Excellent opportunities for pictures and videos with your rig! The park is actively building more crawling trails out of rocks to keep the trails sustainable for may years of RL4WD use. 

We'll have all the trails signed and difficulties marked for you. Trails are directional so pay attention to what way the trail is going on what days. This one-way trail system is in place because there are many trails you can't pass on.  

Please stay on the trails. We'll do our best to ribbon off mud areas that were not designed to be maintained. That being said, there are some below ground plane areas (aka mud areas) but they will most likely have a rock base and are sustainable. Again, please please please do not go off the trail into a swamp or mud area, only ride in areas on the map. 

The perimeter trail is the tamest trail that connects all the other trails. All stock vehicles should have no problem on this trail. Please pay attention to the signs and levels. Some trails in this park are not advised for beginner drivers or non-lifted machines. Severe vehicle damage or injury could result if you try something beyond your skill or vehicle level. 

Safety Rules - 

Everyone must sign a waiver. You'll be given a wristband that you'll need to present at the Tech Inspection Shelter just before the bridge entering the trail area. 

All rigs need to have tow points front and rear. All vehicles will be inspected and it's your responsibility that breaks, throttle, suspension, lights and electrical systems are in perfect working order. If the safety inspectors suspect your vehicle isn't safe, you will not be allowed on the trails. Period. Exhaust must be quiet and the speed limit on the trails is 10mph but your average speed is going to usually be 1-3 mph. 

A current ABC Automotive fire extinguisher is required in all rigs. It must be securely fastened and should be within reach of the driver.  

All gear in your rig should also be secured so it can't shift on hills. This will be checked at tech inspection. Some of these grades exceed 25° so this is very important. 

Seatbelts are required at all times for all participants. If you have people in your rig that are not belted in. You will be asked to leave without refund. Period. There will be both Division 1 and Division 2 Trail Ambassadors on site and maybe even law enforcement to aid with safety and such. 

If we see pictures of people not wearing belts post-event, your membership will be void and you'll be banned from further events. Yes, this is a serious thing, do not take this lightly. Your safety is our top concern! 

Do not take your rig in the river. This should be pretty obvious. The current in the Embarrass river is very strong in many areas. It is not advised to swim in the river either. No lifeguard is on duty. 

If a hill looks too steep, it probably is. If the obstacle looks too large to drive on, it probably is. Trust your judgment and don't take chances. Don't allow peer pressure to make you do something you're not comfortable doing. We are a group that strongly believes in family-friendly fun and we understand that everyone starts somewhere. Under no circumstances shall riders bully other riders or shun them. We're here to build a riding community together! Trail Ambassadors are here to help you through something but it's always up to the driver to inspect and navigate, Trail Ambassadors are not responsible for your actions. 

No Alcohol is allowed on the trails. Period. Not for drivers, not for passengers. Alcohol and riding do not mix. Anyone suspected of drinking will be asked to take an on-site breathalyzer or we'll call law enforcement to aid. Again, don't screw with this rule, it's for the safety and image of our entire group. 

Any emergencies please dial 911! Otherwise, police department Mike Weatherwax Shawano Sheriff Dept. - 715-526-3111

Not sure how deep some water on the trail is? Get out and take a stick from the ground and poke in it. This allows you to know if the bottom is soft or hard. any of these areas also have bypasses, some don't. Do not play in the ATV mud areas, your rig will make it impossible for the ATV's to make it through. 

Media - We highly encourage taking pictures and videos to share with your friends and family! BUT we ask that you do so carefully and ethically. Don't post pictures of rigs doing things that would shut down the trails. Also, be sure to disclose that this park is not open to RL4WD use except for special events only so there isn't any confusion. 

Campsites should mind their volume and generator noise. 10pm is quiet time. Please keep fires to a manageable level and you'll get a $5 coupon for firewood that's sold on site if you get a campsite. Do not drink and drive even if it's at the campsite. If you're going to have some drinks, walk, don't drive. 

Please have flashlights for night time walking as the park is very dark in some areas. 

Police your tobacco butts. Don't toss them on the trail or in the campground. 

If you see any trash on the trail, pick it up and collect it. 

May
22
  1.   Southeast WI
  2.    Public
  3.   11 / 25
  1.   22nd May, 2020 5:00PM - 24th May, 2020 2:00PM
New to trail riding? Want to lean how to ride on trails and crawl obstacles? This event is designed for new 4x4 trail riders that are premium members. If you're not a premium member yet, please join h...

New to trail riding? Want to lean how to ride on trails and crawl obstacles? This event is designed for new 4x4 trail riders that are premium members. If you're not a premium member yet, please join here first so we can send your your name badge, membership shirt, and swag. https://rl4wd.com/member/join/online 

 

Tickets at - rl4wd.square.site

Enjoy level 3 through 6 crawling trails over 200 acres! We have 3 rock gardens, multiple hill trails, 2 log crawls, and a small tire crawl. Must bring your valid membership badge. One premium member must be in each rig before being allowed on the trails. The event capped at 25 rigs for your safety and less waiting in lines.

Download the print and GPS trail maps at - https://rl4wd.com/directory/businesses/on-trail/campsinawa

Earlybird registration is only $40 per rig (not per person) https://rl4wd.com/shop/May-22nd-24th-Camp-Sinawa-Introduction-to-Trail-Riding-Weekend-p186488555 for the weekend or day of riding and it helps us build more trails and signs to keep things growing in Wisconsin!

Please save your receipt as your entry ticket.

*** On-site registration is $75 per rig. Save the hassle and register early!!!

This event is rain or shine.

*** Friendly dogs on leashes are welcome!*** Be sure your dog is not barking if they are left in a cabin or during sleeping times.

Rig fee does not include food, drinks or lodging/camping.

To rent a cabin or camping spot, please contact Sarah Nelson, the Camp Sinawa Ranger at - (920) 827-6811.

Required Items: Fire extinguisher, tow rope and tree saver (no metal hooks), cb (channel 16) or 2M HAM radio.

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-$900 per vehicle or more like some promoters charge. Be sure to bring warm clothing, fire starters, food, drinks, etc.

Some love to grill out and make food, others like to go into town and sit down to dinner.

Itinerary: Friday night will include a social hour around the campfire. Social distancing guidelines will need to be followed. A night ride is not anticipated, we'd rather spend time talking about riding and trail safety in a social and relaxed environment. 

Saturday - We'll meet in the parking lot area. Look for all the rigs.

 

Check-in - 8:30am - 9:30am 10am - 10pm Split into small groups (stock to stacked or by experience) and enjoy trail riding! Groups can stop at any time for breaks and to eat either on the trail or in the dorm. The fire pit by the lodge will be lit in the late afternoon.

Some groups will head to The Smiling Moose (RL4WD business member!!!) http://smilingmoosesaloonandgrill.com/, Meats (St. Nazianz) https://www.facebook.com/meatsoperahaus/ some may hit Dizzy's in Valders https://www.facebook.com/dizzyspub/ for dinner or just camp out and eat on site. We'll grill over the fire and enjoy otherwise.

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 Trail Ambassador or an approved experienced rider who's been at the location before with their group before being allowed on the trails.

Your rig 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. Do not go down by the boathouse.

We'll have an air station on-site to fill tires and a power washer to clean your vehicle (prevents the spread of invasive species) for use at no cost and we'll bring it down to the clear sky camp Saturday.

We're here to relax, ride, have fun and enjoy each other's company. Feel free to bring lawn games, kids, dogs etc. Do not leave the fire pits unattended ever.

Again, no drinking and riding. Ever. If you have a stock vehicle, make sure it has tow points on the front and rear. Stock rig will have a hard time on some of these trails and if it's muddy, we will not likely run the big hill trails for your safety.

Bring valid proof of vehicle insurance. It will be checked. The vehicle must be licensed with valid registration. Please fill out the rig form and waiver, print it and bring it along here - https://rl4wd.com/trails/waiver If there are any questions, please let us know below!

Jun
05
  1.   Southeast WI
  2.    Public
  3.   18 / 25
  1.   5th Jun, 2020 4:00PM - 7th Jun, 2020 2:00PM
This event riding weekend is designed for experienced 4x4 trail goers that are certified Trail Ambassadors. We'll be demonstrating and doing hands-on advanced winching techniques, vehicle rollover tec...

This event riding weekend is designed for experienced 4x4 trail goers that are certified Trail Ambassadors. We'll be demonstrating and doing hands-on advanced winching techniques, vehicle rollover techniques, advanced crawling and hill exercises, and we'll also be doing controlled Fire extinguisher deployment that you'd see out on the trails. We'll also be talking about ham radio, GPS mapping, and how to add trail listings and leveling to the directory. 

This is the first class of it's kind. Upcoming summer classes will open up for experienced drivers, but we're giving first dibs on this to Trail Ambassadors. If the class doesn't fill with Ambassadors, we'll then open it up to Premium Members in late May.

Brent Buboltz will be bringing the vehicle to overturn. Thanks Brent! 

Lessons are set as a building block style and those that pass all the proficiencies will receive their advanced skills patch, shirt, hat, and the Guide classification to your Trail Ambassador credentials. If you wish to have a newly embroidered vest, please add the new vest along with the online store RSVP. 

Required Items: Fire extinguisher, Winch, snatch block, tree saver, kenetic rope, cb (channel 16) or 2M HAM radio, closed loop recovery items such as shackles, soft shackles, etc. You'll need to bring over the ankle boots, jeans, long sleeves, jacket, bug spray, etc. along with plenty of water. You'll need to have an air down kit along with basic trail riding skills. 

This class will require you to do hands-on recovery. Your winch must work. You will be using your Fire extinguisher which will require you to buy one just for this class. This class will physically exert you as you'll be manually walking hills and over rocks to do recoveries. If you are not fit enough to do these things, please don't sign up for this class. 

Keep in mind that Trail Ambassadors may be hosting rides in the future where they require you to pass this course in order to go on some rides that may be too difficult for new drivers. 

If you're not a premium member yet, please join here first so we can send your your name badge, membership shirt, and swag. https://rl4wd.com/member/join/online 

Enjoy level 3 through 6 crawling trails over 200 acres! We have 3 rock gardens, multiple hill trails, 2 log crawls, and a small tire crawl. Must bring your valid membership badge. One premium member must be in each rig before being allowed on the trails. The event capped at 25 rigs for your safety and less waiting in lines.

Download the print and GPS trail maps at - https://rl4wd.com/directory/businesses/on-trail/campsinawa

Earlybird registration is $100 per person fortheweekend or day of riding and it helps us build more trails and signs to keep things growing in Wisconsin! You must attend both Saturday and Sunday in order to pass the class. 

Please save your receipt as your entry ticket.

*** On-site registration is not allowed. We will be custom making your shirt, hat, and patch with your member number and name. ***

This event is rain or shine.

*** Friendly dogs on leashes are welcome!*** Be sure your dog is not barking if they are left in a cabin or during sleeping times.

Rig fee does not include food, drinks or lodging/camping.

To rent a cabin or camping spot, please contact Sarah Nelson, the Camp Sinawa Ranger at - (920) 827-6811.

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-$900 per vehicle or more like some promoters charge. Be sure to bring warm clothing, fire starters, food, drinks, etc.

Some love to grill out and make food, others like to go into town and sit down to dinner.

Itinerary: Friday night will include a social hour around the campfire. Social distancing guidelines will need to be followed. A night ride is anticipated, we want to get to know you so please join us Friday night so we can chat about how much trail riding time you have. 

Saturday - We'll meet in the parking lot area. Look for all the rigs.

Check-in - 8:30am - 9:30am 10am - 10pm Split into small groups and enjoy trail riding! We'll be practicing techniques in smaller groups on hills based on the handbook you'll be given for the class. Groups can stop at any time for breaks and to eat either on the trail or in the dorm. The fire pit by the lodge will be lit in the late afternoon.

Some groups will head to The Smiling Moose (RL4WD business member!!!) http://smilingmoosesaloonandgrill.com/, Meats (St. Nazianz) https://www.facebook.com/meatsoperahaus/ some may hit Dizzy's in Valders https://www.facebook.com/dizzyspub/ for dinner or just camp out and eat on site. We'll grill over the fire and enjoy otherwise.

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 Trail Ambassador or an approved experienced rider who's been at the location before with their group before being allowed on the trails.

Your rig 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. Do not go down by the boathouse.

We'll have an air station on-site to fill tires and a power washer to clean your vehicle (prevents the spread of invasive species) for use at no cost and we'll bring it down to the clear sky camp Saturday.

We're here to relax, ride, have fun and enjoy each other's company. Feel free to bring lawn games, kids, dogs etc. Do not leave the fire pits unattended ever.

Again, no drinking and riding. Ever. If you have a stock vehicle, make sure it has tow points on the front and rear. Stock rig will have a hard time on some of these trails and if it's muddy, we will not likely run the big hill trails for your safety.

Bring valid proof of vehicle insurance. It will be checked. The vehicle must be licensed with valid registration. Please fill out the rig form and waiver, print it and bring it along here - https://rl4wd.com/trails/waiver If there are any questions, please let us know below!

Jun
26
  1.   Northeast WI
  2.    Public
  3.   29 / 50
  1.   26th Jun, 2020 1:00PM - 3:00PM
The VIP Ride is designed to show local officials, tourism, DNR and legislators about RL4WDs, slow speed trails and how to set up parks like Tigerton. For this ride we'll be taking VIPs around the trai...

The VIP Ride is designed to show local officials, tourism, DNR and legislators about RL4WDs, slow speed trails and how to set up parks like Tigerton. For this ride we'll be taking VIPs around the trails, explaining how we operate and what we plan on doing in the future.

2019 VIP Ride Highlights, images, and videos - https://rl4wd.com/blog/wi-vip-ride-2019 

If you would like to volunteer to take VIP's around the park, please sign up for this event! These efforts help us work towards getting more trails! 

Itinerary:

Friday - Setup of easy ups, dome, and sound system - 10am-noon

Registration and social hour - Noon - 1pm

Guest Speakers -  1pm

VIP rides - 2pm-3pm

Some food and drinks will be available at the welcome center tent. 

Together, we can create a positive future for RL4WD in Wisconsin. We'll need as many rigs and such as possible to take people around. We'll have information about the ride and the camp set up in the main building. Keep in mind, this is a Friday and it starts after lunch. We need rigs to showcase, this is a very important event as we begin to talk about a real public RL4WD program for Wisconsin.

We encourage all Wisconsin 4X4 clubs and associations to take part and set up a booth, table, easy up. This is outdoors so prepare for the weather. 

Jun
27
  1.   Northeast WI
  2.    Public
  1.   27th Jun, 2020 10:00AM - 28th Jun, 2020 10:00AM

Embarrass River ATV Park, Tigerton WI on June 27th - 28th. Jeep in mind, we'll have the VIP ride on Friday afternoon before this event.  

Aug
20
  1.   National Events
  2.    Public
  1.   20th Aug, 2020 11:00AM - 23rd Aug, 2020 8:00PM
Some of us are planning on heading down to the Great Smokey Mountain Jeep Invasion for 2020. We'll leave on Thursday and come back Sunday to give some time to travel and check out some backroads. The ...
Some of us are planning on heading down to the Great Smokey Mountain Jeep Invasion for 2020. We'll leave on Thursday and come back Sunday to give some time to travel and check out some backroads. The main Facebook event is at https://www.facebook.com/events/447282799333340. And we may put up a booth at the show.

Official event pages - https://www.facebook.com/events/447282799333340

From the event -
The 8th Annual Great Smoky Mountain Jeep® Club Invasion will once again be held at the beautiful LeConte Center in Pigeon Forge, TN on August 21st and 22nd, 2020. Hours both days are 9am to 5pm and General Admission tickets are $12.00 per person, per day. Tickets may be purchased at the door on the days of the event.
2-day passes will be available for purchase at the door on Friday at a discounted rate of $20

About the Invasion: The Great Smoky Mountain Jeep® Club Invasion is an annual event hosted by the Smoky Mountain Jeep® Club of Maryville, TN. The Great Smoky Mountain Jeep® Club Invasion is an indoor and outdoor event that will feature an array of over 200 national, regional and local Jeep® accessory vendors. In 2019, more than 10,000 Jeep® vehicles and 20,000 spectators attended the event, and 2020 will be even larger with a new vendor and display area being added! Along with vendors and display vehicles each year our vendors donate a myriad of Jeep® products and specialty items to be used in our Charity Drawing.100% of the charity Drawing proceeds go directly to Smoky Mountain Service Dogs. Through the Charity Drawings, we have donated over $100,000 to the Smoky Mountain Service Dogs, and with your help we look forward to helping out more in 2020! More information about Smoky Mountain Service Dogs may be found at http://www.smokymountainservicedogs.org/.

About the venue: Restaurants, shopping, adventure and amusement are all nestled in Pigeon Forge, TN along the back drop of The Great Smoky Mountains. More than 10 million visitors per year visit the area to experience the Appalachian charm. The 8th Annual Great Smoky Mountain Jeep® Club Invasion is held inside and surrounding outside of the beautiful 100,000 sq foot LeConte Center. Adjacent to The Island, and parallel to the "Strip", the
LeConte Center allows easy access to local businesses, lodging, and the ability to admire Jeep builds as they cruise the road.
Please check our social media pages and website often for the latest updates! Anyone who owns or loves a Jeep® is welcome and encouraged to attend this event!

We will begin accepting applications for New vendors on January 1st, 2020. If you would like more information about becoming a vendor, please contact us at jeepinvasion@gmail.com or go to our website WWW.GSMJI.COM.
Dec
04
  1.   Northeast WI
  2.    Public
  1.   4th Dec, 2020 10:00AM - 6th Dec, 2020 10:00AM
Due to the Corona virus, our annual meeting in Stevens Point has been moved from April to roughly Dec 4th-6th once we confirm with the hotel.    Below is the outdated info from the physical meeting....

Due to the Corona virus, our annual meeting in Stevens Point has been moved from April to roughly Dec 4th-6th once we confirm with the hotel. 


 


Below is the outdated info from the physical meeting. 


 https://www.eventbrite.com/e/89638299567/ Our annual meeting will  be at the Holiday Inn Hotel and Convention Center in Stevens Point, WI. It will be part of the first-ever joint motorsports convention of Wisconsin where we as a motorized community can work together to build relationships, trails, and networking. 


The event details are still forming, but we'll have vendors in the main halls, the Wisconsin ATV/UTV Association doing their annual meeting, RL4WDA doing our meetings and then some joint workshops and social times. 


We try and provide not only our annual member's meeting & board/finance meetings but also the Trail Guide Ambassador meeting awards banquet and more. 


The idea is to host sessions where all of us can work together on action plans, meet one another, then break out into our respective sessions and meetings.   


Tim from WOHVA and Luana from WI4X4 were also receptive to this idea, but it's not likely they will bring their own meetings to the same place (we do have room for them though). Something like this hasn't been attempted from our side or WATVA before, and we may even see the Wisconsin Off-Highway Motorcycle Assoc. there as well. Here was the 2019 motorized panel we were on, this was the first stage of this concept. https://www.facebook.com/watva/videos/vl.312752236075690/412486859312381. We also had folks from the MN4x4 there, though it was in a different capacity. 


Being able to work together as the 4x4 recreation and as motorized recreation as a whole is something we're going to try at this meeting. 


The location has ample parking, things for the kids to do, local restaurants within walking distance and more. Special room rates will be announced soon, the ink was just signed on the booking yesterday by WATVA. Please mark your calendars for this event and join us in helping build more trails, more clubs, more ambassadors, and keep this growth going the right way. 


We always have folks from the DNR, DOT, Tourism and more, many do presentations in the breakout sessions over the weekend. 


More to come as it develops. If this is a success, we'll make this a yearly meeting for the upper midwest. 

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