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Who are the Victor Valley 4 Wheelers?  We are “Real World” 4 Wheelers based in the High Desert of Southern California, serving Adelanto, Apple Valley, Barstow, Hesperia, Oak Hills, Phelan, and Victorville–but other members are from surrounding local areas, as well.  “Real World” means that we have a mixture of young and old, working and retired, single and married members with everything from modest starter-type vehicles to full-built hardcore buggies.

How long have the Victor Valley 4 Wheelers been a club?  Our club has been around for over 50 years! It was organized and incorporated in 1967 as a non-profit organization of social and recreational four-wheel drive activities involving families, couples, and singles.

When do Victor Valley 4 Wheelers meet to conduct business?  Membership meetings to discuss club business are held at Victorville Motors upstairs the first Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM. Members and those interested in joining the club are encouraged to attend.

When do Victor Valley 4 Wheelers meet to socialize? Meet and Greet Nights to socialize and eat pizza are held at Pasco’s Pizza in Hesperia the third Tuesday of each month from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM. Members and those interested in joining the club are encouraged to attend. Come join us for pizza!

What are the Victor Valley 4 Wheelers famous for?  Our club built the famous rock crawling “Hammers” trails in Johnson Valley, CA. This is where the “King of the Hammers” event is held.

What is this “Fun in the Desert” I keep hearing about?  Johnson Valley is also where we hold our annual “Fun in the Desert” fundraising event in October.  But it’s NOT just the Hammer trails; we run all different trails for every driver level and vehicle capability.

The Victor Valley 4 Wheelers Club is family oriented and is unbiased toward vehicle manufacturer.  We have mostly Jeeps, Toyotas, and Buggies.  Bring what you have!

While some of the members enjoy playing on the big rocks, others are happier exploring scenic mining or historic areas. We welcome and support all levels of off-road activity!

Our mission is to support the local community. For many years, we donated many hours to the Adopt-a-Trail program and miscellaneous trail maintenance projects, adopting a four-mile trail, 2N17X, near Silverwood Lake. We worked alongside the USFS and promoted responsible use of public lands…all while having fun together doing what we all like to do: 4 wheeling!

We also support local schools by providing safe off-roading education to elementary school children with our T.A.S.K. Force, which stands for Teaching Awareness and Safety to Kids.

In addition, we support community efforts like Hesperia’s American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life fundraising event, where we generated and donated $500 to help support a good cause.