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Two Rivers Jeep Club

 

Welcome to TRJC!

Two Rivers Jeep Club (TRJC) is a Jeep only club. Our trails are entirely on private land. We maintain our own trails at the owners’ discretion. TRJC is very connected to our community and as such gives back. We host two events annually that are open to non-jeeps; the Safari which is held in May and the Blast that is held in August.

 

Upcoming Event

4x4 blast

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The 4×4 Blast is held in August of each year.  Its inception was in 1999.  In contrast to the May event, August in Pike County is traditionally very dry.  We are cognizant of the fire hazards on the private land that we run on.  Though the dry conditions allow us to see a lot more trail than in May it is still very challenging.

The 4×4 Blast is an event that is open to the public and to non-Jeeps.  Please review the guidelines for Vehicle Requirements and Limitations for Public Events.

Participation is limited to 150 vehicles. Entry fee is $135 per vehicle (including driver) and $85 for each passenger over 10. This includes 4 meals meals (2 breakfast, 2 supper for each person), dash plaque, raffle ticket, and 2 days of trails.

 

Gallery

Pictures of the Events

 

ABOUT US

Two Rivers Jeep Club (TRJC) is located in Pittsfield, Illinois, 60 miles west of the state capital of Springfield. 

What makes TRJC unique is that it operates on 100% private land. Trails range from scenic and easy to darn near impossible, especially when wet! The wide range of trails, and the number of them (usually 15 or so) has made it a favorite for those attending the club events as well as Pike County Wheeling 4 A Cause Safari and Blast; the Illini 4×4 Safari held in the spring and the 4×4 Blast held in late summer.

Many weekends are spent early in the year grooming the trails – and of course checking them out to make sure they are challenging enough! Oftentimes the club offers its services to the landowners to help maintain their farms and land as one way of thanking them for the use of their land.  Since the land is private, and the club respects the rights of the landowners, trails are only open for official club events. The land is closed to non-club members in order to maintain the privacy rights of the landowners.

Pittsfield is a very ” Jeep-friendly ” community, often asking the club to participate in local festivals and parades. This bond with the community led organizers within the club to see what could be given back to the community in return for their generous use of thousands of acres of land and trails. There is continued efforts, since 1999, to donate time and money to the community.

Two Rivers has come full circle, realizing that it can provide recreation but at the same time provide a valuable service to the community. It’s a good feeling . . . and a good club!