On Sunday June 20, 2010 the membership of Ocean State Jeepsters organized a clean-up event accumulating about 10
42 Gal. Contractor Clean-Up Bags of random trash (mainly beer cans) an office chair, car back seat & some other large
items along the 1.8 Miles of Shetucket Turnpike & Voluntown Turnpike from Bassett Mill Rd to Hazard Rd/Molasses Hill Rd
in Connecticut’s Pachaug State Forest into Rhode Islands Beach Pond State Park/Arcadia Management Area.
Wiaderski, President of Ocean State Jeepsters, states
“The Nature of our Hobby, which uses undeveloped and non-maintained
roads at typically very low speeds (less than 10 mph), this enables us to appreciate the beauty of our surroundings. Unlike
the motorized sports illustrated by the media, OHRV use is a hobby of skill and strategy rather than speed. Our excursions
have opened up the regions natural artistry to many that would otherwise be unable to access the “back woods”,
This event is one of our ways to give back to the community and to help keep these areas open for others to enjoy”.
State Jeepsters is a Rhode Island based group of Jeep enthusiasts who enjoy legal, responsible, and family friendly 4wd outings.
We follow the Tread Lightly principles and are a member of the NEA4WD. We are dedicated to the conscientious pursuit of operating,
modifying and restoring Off-Highway Recreational Vehicles (OHRV’s). The clubs mission statement is “to protect
and promote environmentally responsible Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) recreation, while maintaining a harmonious relationship
between OHV enthusiasts and land owners; to support and educate local, state and national agencies in the preservation of
For more information on Ocean State Jeepers and upcoming events please visit the website at: http://oceanstatejeepsters.com/