About Midwest Jeepthing
A little about who we are and what we do.
Who We Are
Midwest Jeepthing is the largest Jeep only club in the Midwest. Our goal as a non-profit organization is to educate, communicate and enjoy the sport of safe and Tread Lightly Four Wheeling. Club membership is open to any family or individual that owns a Jeep brand vehicle. Whether your Jeep is a street Jeep, show Jeep or monster off-road Jeep, this club is for you! Paid members receive several benefits. We have negotiated discounts with several local and national vendors, discounts only available with proof of membership.
We frequently organize member-only events, trail runs, and raffles. Each paid membership provides a voting privilege to help guide the club. Paid members also have access to a few private forums here on the web site. And you will be supporting our club, our quest for public and private land use, our devotion to safe responsible wheeling, and this very active and informative web site!
What We Do
A Few of Our Sponsors
Voted and appointed members that drive day-to-day club decisions.
Local and national sponsors support our club by offering either financial support for a specific event or through the provision of discounts on products or services to our members. Check out the many sponsors who support the club.
We are fortunate to be surrounded by several local offroad parks. See the several parks where MWJT visits to enjoy the hobby of wheeling. Remember, you should never wheel alone!
The sport of wheeling is best enjoyed in the company of others. Our members share a common mantra of being family friendly and respecting the lands we enjoy when we offroad. Check out the guidelines we follow whether it is for a Pop-Up Run or a planned event.
MWJT has been around for 20+ years, and over those years, we have learned the best ways to keep people safe all while having a great day on the trails. Before attending an event with us, please review the basics you need to know before hitting the trails.
The Art of Spotting
Conquering an obstacle is one of the many reasons we enjoy the sport of offroading. Often times, to do this, we rely on spotters to help us see things we can’t see while behind the wheel. There is an art of spotting, whether it is you behind the wheel needing a spot or the person doing the spotting.