Club Meetings are the first Thursday of the month at the Lions Club in Grand Terrace, 7pm.
Monthly Club Runs
Please see the IE4w calendar for more details:
If you would like more information you can contact our Club Run Coordinator: HERE
July Club Run:
When: July 10th-13th 2014
Where: Oceano Dunes SVRA, entrance kiosks are located at 100 Pier Ave. in Oceano, CA and at 25 W. Grand Ave. in Grover Beach, CA.
Who: The brave and hearty souls who enjoy a lively campfire, a delicious pot luck, the feel of sand between your toes, the sound of the waves to put you to sleep and the challenge of running the dunes.
What: Dunes for the fun of it. This is an excellent chance to get your sand legs without the Glamis commitment. The dunes are smaller, but still challenging ‘till you get the hang of it. Friday night fence line run to competition hill, Potluck on Saturday night followed by a bonfire and smores. Run to town for world famous clam chowder at Splash Cafe if you don't wanna cook on Friday night. The long flat beach with shallow tide is perfect for skim boarding.
Anyone planning on attending will want to make reservations at Oceano Dunes SVRA on the web site www.reserveamerica.com. The cost is $10.00 per night and a non refundable $8.00 reservation fee. 2 nights would be $28.00.
There were over 600 of 1000 spaces available on 6/18/14, and can sell out by two weeks prior to the planned weekend. I will be heading out late Wednesday 7/9 (last year I arrived at 2am on thursday…) to tape off as large a site as possible depending on the number of respondents, but likely in the same area as last year, somewhere between post 3 and 4 about 50 yards from the water line. So if you come early and set up before I get there don’t get mad if we move.
At Oceano Dunes SVRA, the campsites are on the beach in the OHV area. Four-wheel drive vehicles are recommended. Each vehicle entering the park under its own power must have an individual reservation number. Vehicles on/in trailers or flat towed do not need a reservation. Camping is on the beach in soft sand. The park offers 1500 acres of off-highway vehicle space where dune buggies, quads, etc. may be operated. We will be bringing our quads again this year. Camping is considered "primitive" there are no flush toilets or showers at this park. The park is highly used by off road vehicles and can get noisy. When you reserve one of these sites, it will not be a site-specific reservation.
Of course any other accommodations you would be happy with. Here is the info for the RV Park the club has used in the past:
Pacific Dunes Ranch RV Resort
Pacific Dunes 1205 Silver Spur Pl, Oceano, Ca 93445 (888)908-7787.
Reserve America takes reservations for there too: http://tinyurl.com/pwpcl85
The cost per night is around $48-$53 per night. Anyone who wants to come but does not want to camp right on the beach could volunteer to organize the RV park reservations which would encourage the like-minded to come this year. If camping off the beach, ATV's must be trailered onto the beach past post 2. In the past people at the campground have left their locked ATV's and trailers down at our beach camp. We recommend leaving a key to the trailer with someone on the beach in case we need to move it for some reason.
Additional info for Pismo:
Pump out and water delivery service:
Tide chart (more important for winter when the creek is up):
Reserve America for reservations in any of the state parks:
Trailer rentals on the beach... Delivery and dumping included:
Amsoil Synthetic Lubricants
T-1 Certified Dealer
2014 Installation Picnic
The Installation Picnic will be held again this year at Rancho Jurupa Regional Park in the afternoon on September 20th. Get your RV reservations for the weekend 9/19-21/14 ASAP through Riverside County Parks website or by calling the number below. We will be holding the picnic in the Cottonwood Campground, so try to get your RV reservations near that area. We hope to fill in this area with all our group.
For those not camping, you can pay a day fee at the gate on arrival. There is lots to do at this park, bike riding, fishing, a water park and putt-putt golf, etc.
More details to follow when it gets closer!
Riverside County Regional Park
& Open-Space District
R E S E R V A T I O N S: 1 - 8 0 0 - 2 3 4 - P A R K ( 7 2 7 5
Guests are welcome to all events!
We are a family oriented 4 Wheel Drive club formed for the enjoyment and preservation of 4 wheeling. We consist primarily of short wheel based vehicles. We have monthly runs that take us to the Big Bear Mountains or deserts of Barstow and the Salton Sea. We also organize trips to the Rubicon in Lake Tahoe, Moab UT, Parker Arizona and other off-road areas in the Western United States. We are a pro-active club and sponsor the “Big Bear Forest Fest” each year to raise awareness of our National Forest and raise money to keep our access to these public lands open for recreation.
As a member you would be entitled to display the IE4W plaque proudly on your vehicle, wear club apparel, but most of all be part of a growing group of enthusiasts that enjoy responsible use of the great outdoors.
If you have any questions, or need additional information you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you on the trail.
IE4W Membership Chair and the IE4W members
Forest Fest 2014.
The Premier off road Event in Southern California Raised over
thousand's for land use and community service
Forest Fest 2015 will take place again Father's Day Weekend