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About 4WDABC Memberships
What does Membership with the 4WDABC Mean?
Join the 4WDABC and be gain access to our member’s only content, events, training opportunities, area access, and much much more!
Your membership provides you with the annual(ish) magazine, exclusive member discount programs with over a dozen retailers, and the yearly membership decal.
More importantly, your membership helps provide us with the means to make the things we do happen, including:
- Maintaining 26 Rec Sites in BC so that avid off-roaders can use them free of charge
- Building and upkeep of the Hale Creek shelter
- Rebuilding/repair and maintenance of the Nahatlatch, Cornwall, Mount Lavina, and Greenstone (with Logan Lake ATV Club) fire towers
- Holding cleanups at various public locations in BC, taking out hundreds of tons of garbage over the past decade
- Hosting 20+ maintenance runs a year
- Development of the Stave Lake Training Area in Mission, Lac du Bois ORV Park in Kamloops, and Thunder Mountain ORV Park in Kelowna
- Hosting runs to take out Burn Survivors and Big Brothers & Sisters for the day
- Eagle Ridge Key Access Program
- Norrish Creek Code Access Program
- Backcountry Radio Channel
- Education Programs including Wheeling Wisely Off-Road Driver Training and Wheelers of Tomorrow Youth Education
- And most of all, helping ensure Public Access to Public Land
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Go to the Members’ Zone to view your profile, update your membership, access members only content and explore community tools.
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OUR MEBERSHIP TYPES
WHAT MAKES US SPECIAL
WELCOME TO NEW MEMBERS
At the Four Wheel Drive Association of BC, we take pride in building a community that warmly welcomes everyone as valued members. Our organization is dedicated to creating an environment where individuals from various cultures, backgrounds and experiences can come together to share their common passion for four-wheel driving and exploring the great outdoors.
Beyond our shared love for off-roading adventures, we actively contribute to the well-being of our outdoor spaces. Through our dedicated efforts in recreation site builds, we aim to enhance the accessibility and enjoyment of off-road trails. We organize and participate in garbage cleanups, demonstrating our commitment to preserving the beauty of the natural landscapes we explore.
At the heart of our mission is the commitment to ‘Wheeling Wisely.’ We encourage responsible off-roading practices, promoting sustainable and respectful behaviour on the trails. By promoting TreadLightly! and fostering a culture of environmental stewardship, we strive to ensure that our off-roading activities leave minimal impact on the ecosystems we traverse.
Additionally, we are proud to introduce the ‘Wheelers of Tomorrow’ program, an initiative that focuses on engaging and educating the next generation of off-road enthusiasts. Through mentorship, educational programs, and community outreach, we inspire young individuals to appreciate the thrill of four-wheel driving while instilling a sense of responsibility towards the environment.
Come join our community in our endeavours, and let’s explore the great outdoors together. As members of the Four Wheel Drive Association of BC, we are not just passionate about off-roading; we are committed to making a positive impact on our trails, fostering responsible practices, and ensuring a vibrant future for the wheelers of tomorrow.
WE NEED YOU!
VOLUNTEER WITH THE 4WDABC
We're always looking for volunteers! Learn more about how you can help out at the 4WDABC.