Georgia Trail Riders Off-Road and Jeep club

Trail Riding - Camping - Rock Crawling

About Us

Our Club

We are a family friendly club that loves the outdoors and off-roading. 

Whether your vehicle is a stock jeep, a modified full size 4X4, or a hard core tube buggy, you are welcome to join us on the trails. 

Register (It's FREE!) and sign in to see all of our forum sections, maps, off-road park lists, ride schedule, etc. Then feel free to post a little about yourself, your ride, and what you are interested in. You can start your own build thread, get tech questions answered, and make friends in an environment that you can feel comfortable in!

Join in the conversation

 After you’re a registered member, you can enter the “members” section.  Once there, please visit the “Welcome NEW Members” thread and tell us about you and your current ORV (Off Road Vehicle) or the one your looking to build so that we can get to know you better.

You don’t have to own a “Rock Crawler” to join in on the discussions or to ride trails with us. Many of our members have stock vehicles. On most all of our rides, there are trails and by-passes for all types of vehicles. We will help you navigate the trails, and you’ll never feel pressured to attempt any obstacles. It’s always your decision. Even if you need to park it, another member always has an open passenger seat. 

Come join us on a ride!

 We have an official GATR ride at least once a month, and we are always looking to make new friends. Our groups consist of singles, couples, and families together on the trail, so no matter your situation, you’ll feel right at home. We ride in Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Alabama, Kentucky, Utah, and Tennessee. We pride ourselves on being one of the largest and most active off road jeep clubs in the Southeast.

Sign up now, make some new friends, and become a member of the Georgia Trail Riders - we look forward to seeing you on the trails soon! 

Drop us a line!

We're looking forward to seeing you on the trails!

Georgia Trail Riders