The Moose Lodge is hosting a car show at Moose Park in Sheboygan, WI. We've been invited to showcase our 4x4 RL4WD vehicles. Come early and park in the 4x4 area!
Details coming soon.
Class likely going to be held on Saturday with riding for those in the class on Friday. Sunday we'll roleplay what we learned on Saturday again as we ride.
The morning class will be at our home office - 1539 N 33rd Place Sheboygan, WI.
We'll then head out to Camp Sinawa for Saturday afternoon hands-on training after lunch.
Sunday, we can do additional training for those who stay at the camp.
Please RSVP your cabin, RV, or tent space with Ranger Sarah 920-827-6811 ASAP as the camp is going to book labor day rentals now instead of holding the entire camp for us. Ticket fees are for the background check, Trail Ambassador integration, membership card reprint with TGA info, TGA vests, TGA page, and future RL4WD discounted memberships.
Join us for the Camp Sinawa Fall Color Ride!
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, 3 rock crawls, multiple crawling waypoints and more!
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 any time for breaks and to eat either on the trail or in the lodge.
The fire pit 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 an 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.
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 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.
We've been talking about a haunted ride for the past year but haven't been able to figure it out yet. This year we should have enough monsters to make it work! Volunteers will be able to camp Friday - Sunday with cabins, dorm and camping being available. This is a members-only event where we open a trail course that members follow through the woods... in the dark... at night. Throughout the wooded ride adventure, you'll experience monsters, Scary Halloween displays in the woods and things that go bump in the night! Can you survive this scary adventure? 2-4pm There will be a "lights on" version before dark so you can bring the kiddos. It'll still be scary, but not as bad. 5pm Volunteer supper in the lodge6pm - 9pm Nightmare Crawl (Adults)We'll have an FM broadcast of spooky music and sound bites of the story theme. There will also be an optional quest to help save the camp! The story will be released in parts beginning in summer and ending with how our members can save the camp. Come for the ride or the quest, everything is totally optional. You'll need to have a working flashlight and the displays may be off the trail (for safety). Bring warm clothing, over the ankle boots and layers. The night ride will experience flashing lights, loud sounds, possible pyrotechnics, possible blanks and more. If you just want to ride and not be scared, join us for the fall rides the weeks before this event. If you want to experience something unlike anything ever done before, then come to this event! Volunteers please PM Ryan Harden to coordinate decoration, monsters and more. Ryan has a lot of monster costumes and props for this exciting event but your ideas and help are very welcome! We aim to make this an annual attraction for our members.
Wrangler Riders / RL4WDA will be hosting their own Charity Ride in 2019. Right now it looks like we'll be collecting food and clothing for United Ministries out of St. Nazianz, Coats for Kids is also possible along with something for the scouts where we may give the kids rides in the jeeps on the trails. Saturday we'll have raffles in the lodge at 4pm and a benefit meal/ baked goods. Camping and cabins are available for this weekend. Reserve your spot at - (Tickets coming soon). Friday and Saturday night we'll have night rides along with judging for who's rig is lit up best (with trophies and rl4wd.com badge). Come help us support our local community, Camp Sinawa and Wrangler Rider trails. The benefit in the lodge is free to all riders, the trail ride is for rl4wd and chapter members. Like CrawlerFest, you can join for a weekend and then you'll be given a coupon for that amount if you decide to join yearly. Public trails are available to all and trail maps will be at the lodge. Sunday morning we'll finish the event with the end of year GeoCrawl drawing and then an afternoon ride. This is a fun-filled weekend benefit you won't want to miss!
We welcome winter riding with this event!
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!
Does not include food, drinks or lodging/camping (buy camping or cabins separately).
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.
Groups will need at least one Trail Guide Ambassador or an experienced rider who's been at the location before with their group before being allowed on the trails.
The beach will not be open.
We're here to relax, ride, have fun and enjoy each others company. Feel free to bring lawn games, kids, dogs etc. Do not leave the fire pits unattended ever.
Bring valid proof of vehicle insurance.