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About Space Coast Jeep Club
Hello Fellow Jeeper and Welcome to Our Page!
Our Beginning: Space Coast Jeep Club was founded on the beach in 2013 at the Jeep Beach Event on a Sunday ride. Since that time the Space Coast Jeep Club has grown and changed over the course of the past five years to the club it is today.
Who We Are: Space Coast Jeep Club is a organized non-profit 501.(c) based out of Brevard County Florida. We currently have around 180 members, this includes the Jeep Owner, Spouse and Family. We are a Military Friendly Organization to include our Active Duty and Veteran Jeepers. We also strive to keep our club a family friendly environment. We support civic activities and protect all local, state and federal reources. Space Coast Jeep Club is sensitive to the environments we ride in as well. This is why we are members and are guided by the Principles of Tread Lightly, Travel Responsibly Respect the Rights of Others Educate yourself Avoid Sensitive Areas Do your Part This is extremely important to all responsible Jeep clubs so that we will have open land available for use to explore and enjoy with our Jeeps in the present and also in our future.
Hang With Us: Space Coast Jeep Club has regular Meet and Greets at local Establishments throughout Brevard County, we have organized rides to most of the areas Wild Life Management Areas, the Ocala National Forest, the Jeep Ranch, and Hard Rock Off Road Park. We also do Cruizin Rides and Beach Invasions, as well as Overnight Camping trips. Members of our Club also frequents most of the areas Larger Events such as Jeeping with Sheriff Judd, Jeep Beach, Jeeptoberfest, and Krawlin for the the Fallen. When the opportunity arises we also do out of state Events like Sheriff's Jeep Fest in Jasper Georgia.
How We Support Our Community: Space Coast Jeep Club also Adopted a Section Of Highway US1 at Part of the Department of Transportations Keep Florida Beautiful Program. Our Area of Responsibility is from Just north of the Pineda Causeway to Subtree Blvd, About a 2.3 mile stretch. Being good stewards of the land so close to us, We Do quarterly Cleanups of this Area.
As one of our Founding Members had stated, "if we build it, just like a Jeep, keep it simple, keep it family orientated, and make sure everyone stays muddy, it would grow a life unto itself, and it did more than you could imagine."
Thank you and we wish you great Trails ahead,
On behalf of the 2020 BOD please join us in welcoming your new 2021 SCJC Board of Directors: