About the New Brunswick Jeep Club
Now in existence for over 15 years, the New Brunswick Jeep Club (NBJC) as become well known in New Brunswick as a safe, fun, family club for Jeep enthusiasts. The NBJC is a non-profit organization of members who enjoy socializing together through organized events, monthly club meetings, meet and greets, weekend trail runs and the occasional garage get together.
As a family oriented club, we do not allow, under any circumstances, the consumption of alcoholic beverages or illegal substances during any official NBJC events.
Members must abide by a strict "Tread Lightly" policy in order to keep the environment safe and unchanged from the way we originally find it so that we can enjoy our sport for years to come.
The NBJC also takes pride in giving back to our local communities in a variety of ways. We participate in river and highway clean-ups, take part in various fundraising events for charities such as MADD Canada, United Way, Run for the Cure, JDRF and Coats for Kids. The NBJC also is a lead organizer and supporter of the volunteer group S.R.V. which provides severe weather transport for medical staff.
In addition to all of this, of course WE WHEEL! While events listed on the site are for members only, we invite you to join us during any event ($10/event for insurance, up to two events before membership is required) so you can get a good idea of what we do! Our events are generally stock friendly which means anyone with a Jeep fresh of the lot can come out and enjoy a great day on the trail with minimal risk. Check out the Events page for more details.
The New Brunswick Jeep Club proudly supports the group Storm Recovery Volunteers (S.R.V.) providing severe weather transport for medical staff. For more information, please visit their Facebook page.