Jeep Enthusiast Forums banner

5 Hills Jeep

389 Views 1 Reply 2 Participants Last post by  222Doc
I recently bought a 52 Willys Jeep, and am in the process of restoring it to road worthy status. I've never tried or had a vehicle capable of off roading, but I'm anxious to get my tires muddy. I found a club in the central Texas area called, "5 Hills Jeeps".
Unfortunately I don't use Facebook, and can't find any information or contact information anywhere else online. Is any one familiar with this club, and perhaps share some contact info?
I recently bought a 52 Willys Jeep, and am in the process of restoring it to road worthy status. I've never tried or had a vehicle capable of off roading, but I'm anxious to get my tires muddy. I found a club in the central Texas area called, "5 Hills Jeeps".
Unfortunately I don't use Facebook, and can't find any information or contact information anywhere else online. Is any one familiar with this club, and perhaps share some contact info?
See more
1 - 2 of 2 Posts

· Registered
Joined
·
11,952 Posts
you posted this in a Event section, might be better in the Texas regional section though not sure how many look there.

On line today many clubs use Face book. But many clubs are more then just Face book or even say a web page. Clubs that have say monthly meeting in real life, have runs each month, work on local trail issues. The tend to be Non profit status. This way funds and charities are better watched over a board. Im am sure Texas has full on clubs like most states do. Picking one that fits as well. Clubs here in AZ tend to been open to join just have to attend a few meetings and runs. This way you can "cllub" shop. Some clubs lean to harder to stuff others easier some a mix. Some run events as well those clubs tend to be more "work". But a lot of fun and alot of jeeping.
 
1 - 2 of 2 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.
Top