-- The club meets in Moab, Utah once a month on the first Monday of each month at the RR4W Clubhouse at 11850 S. Hwy 191, Unit B10 (Moab Business Park - located almost at the end of the valley), Time 7:00pm. Please do not block other units when parking...extra parking is located at the N & E ends of the property along the fence.
-- A monthly club ride is scheduled in the club newsletter 12 months in advance and on the home page of this web site and will be updated regularly. A new schedule will be posted in January annually.
-- There is a quarterly newsletter that is distributed to all the membership which includes a summary of the monthly meetings, land use issues, special activities , a classified section and more.
-- Special club events and activities are held throughout the year, including an annual holiday season party.
There are two main events open for the public that are coordinated by the Red Rock 4-Wheelers, the Easter Jeep Safari held the week leading up to Easter, and the Labor Day Safari &Camp Out, held Labor Day weekend. (For more information on these events, please follow the event links EJS and LDCP). In addition to the registration based guided rides, during the spring time event there is also a 2 day vendor exposition and 'parade' through town for the departing vehicles on "Big Saturday".
Donations are annually given by the club to local groups such as the Search and Rescue, Moab City Police, and both Grand & San Juan County Sheriff's offices, and nationally, such as United Four Wheel Drive Associations, Tread Lightly and the Blue Ribbon Coalition. These donations are funded by the profits from the participation in the sponsored events.
The club Land Use officer is active in pursuing those issues that involve public and private land access for motorized recreation. Working closely with the BLM and Forest Service, the goal is to continue to have access for club members, individuals and other organized groups (wherein if a certain amount of vehicles will be participating, permits must be arranged prior to the outings - contact the BLM directly for details), and for the larger events to run smoothly emphasizing responsible four wheeling on designated roads/trails.
Special activities may also be coordinated including trail maintenance, clean ups, volunteer community efforts, or other special events.