Hey ORM! Did you know that we're on multiple platforms? Different people like different platforms for different reasons, so we want to make sure everyone can connect with Off-Road Militia in their own way. Check us out on here, Instagram, Discord, MeWe, and Facebook. We will always share official club activities and announcements across all platforms, but encourage you to be an active participant on your preferred platform. Feel free to create your own events, trail rides, host parties, ask for help, offer your skills, etc. What matters is that we cultivate a fun community that helps each other and actually meets offline. No matter what you prefer, you stay connected to an Off-Road Militia cirlce somewhere!
Here you see the latest event we did, our annual trail cleanup. Many officers and members of Off-Road Militia spent the day at Flagpole cleaning up the trails. ORM wants to remind you to Leave NO Trace when wheeling, camping, or enjoying the outdoors! Help keep this earth clean, it's your home!
We have some good news. ORM in conjunction with VA4WDA is working with the Dept. of Forestry’s North River Rangers to keep the Flag Pole trail system accessible and well maintained for all to enjoy. We will expand on the plans as time goes so please stay tuned and hope to see ya'll on the trail soon!
We are Jeep and other 4x4 enthusiasts who seek overland trailing. camping, community events, sharing off-road experiences and adventure. Bigger things are coming... Stay tuned! Our motto is simple "Don't Threaten Me With a Good Time!"
We are now selling the Decals, Koozies and T-shirts using PayPal. and credit card ordering.
Commander-n-Chief... of what, I'm really not sure...
The one who really knows what's going on and how things get done
Off-Road Recruiting Queen
Harrisonburg Battalion Commander
Sargent of Questionable Decision Making
Sugar Daddy and Mama Bear
Overland Gear Options for a day trip:
Although you can’t have a list that covers every aspect of every situation, here are some general ideas you can use to expand and/or refine for your personal needs. I have listed them in “somewhat” of a priority, however your personal needs may vary:
This is a pretty extensive list for a “day trip” so you should judge your individual needs and the type of trailing you will be doing, personal space, cargo space, weight etc.