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A Message from the President


One of the newest projects from the Grand Mesa Jeep Club is the "21 Road Toad". The Jeep Club has adopted the Toad after finding out that not only had the Toad found it's way to the Threatened Species status, but the status was keeping the Club from adopting 21 road. In 2001 the Toad was placed on the threatened species list but no one did anything for the Toad.  With closure of the road a possibility under the next RMP, the Jeep Club Has decided to adopt the toad, and take care of it if we can.  The first step is to educate the public about the toad, and let people know what they can do to not bother the toad while visiting 21 road.   This will require some informational materials at trail heads, and in the BLM office, as well as some news items.  The second step is to protect the critical areas from not only people, but from flash floods.  The third step is to improve the toad's habitat, and possibly expand it.   All of these things will require funding.  So the Jeep Club is selling 21 Road Toad stickers to make money to carry out this project.   The Club itself will volunteer all the labor required for this project, and the Club has bought and paid for the first two printings of the stickers, leaving 100 % profit from the sales, to go directly to this project.  See "21 Road Toad" on Facebook. 


 ROCK JUNCTION   June 3rd- June 5th 2015  Applications will be available soon.

The annual Offroad show will be Saturday June 6th 2015 and  draws a huge crowd to the Mesa County Fairgrounds, in Grand Junction, Colorado.   They come for the 1st class Vendor show with vendors coming from all over the country, offering great deals on the newest, latest, and greatest gear for your 4x4, or Offroad Machine.   Free

They also come for the Car show style Offroad Show,  Shine up, or dirty up your rig and enter for great prizes and trophies.   There are usually about 120 vehicles who enter the show, and you don't have to have a show rig to enter.  Enter your daily driver, there is a class for that. Free

The amazing Swap meet, brings out all the parts that have been hiding in the back corner of the garage to turn into cash.  Tires, wheels, cages, winches, seats, why you could build a couple of complete rigs from the parts alone.  Plus there will be some complete vehicles there for sale as well. Free

There is even some great food, and snacks available at the show.  That indian taco, of funnel cake you have been craving, just may be found there. Not free.


Crawlin to a Cure, will offer up the rock crawling course.  With lines for stock rigs, and walls for buggies.  Come drive on the course, for the price of a donation to Crawlin to a Cure.  Free to watch.


A family friendly event with so many things to see you may go home cross eyed. 


It opens to the public at 9 am, and goes until 4 pm.   come see us. (and it is free)

 See Grand Mesa Jeep Club - on Facebook for even more info. 

and some pictures from last year: 



About the Grand Mesa Jeep Club

The Grand Mesa Jeep Club, incorporated in 1962, is the second oldest Jeep club in Colorado. Currently we have approximately 50 active members. It is an organization of four wheel drive vehicle owners who strive to promote the three “R’s” of four-wheeling:

  • Recreation for the family
  • Respect for other land users’ rights
  • Responsibility for protecting the environment

What goes on at a GMJC Meeting?
Meetings address current and future club activities including trips and social functions. Periodically, guest speakers address the membership about land use issues, vehicle and product information, and community issues.

Club Activities
Four-wheel drive trips (day and overnight) happen on a monthly basis, camping, trail building and maintenance, BBQs, community service projects, annual Show n’ Shine/Swap Meet.

$50.00 per year. New Members receive vehicle safety and maintenance information, trail ratings, club regulations, vehicle decal, and the monthly GMJC Newsletter.

Club Inquiries/Guests
Individuals interested in joining the club may be placed on an “inquiry” mailing list for three months. During this time they may attend meetings and monthly trips as guests of the club. To apply to be a member, click here.

Vehicle Information
Members drive a number of different vehicle types; everything from stock to modified. Trail ratings are provided before each trip. It is recommended that each vehicle have front and rear tow hooks, first aid kit, fire extinguisher, and a “CB” radio.

Next Trips
None planned at this time; please check back soon.
Next Meeting
When: 11-3-2014
Where: Fiesta Guadalajara - 7th and North GJ
Time: 6-for dinner, 7 pm Meeting
Contact Us
Address: PO Box 4915
Grand Junction,
Colorado 81502
Current Officers
Cody Lange
Jerry Smith
Vice President
Ross Gillespie
Elaine Huber
Jeff Bates
Roy Joseph
Cody Houtchens
Dane Murphy
Kurtis Houston
Cody Lange
Trip Committee Chair
Mary Burns
Social Committee Chair
Pam Johnson
Off-Road Show Chair
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