Next Meetup

OIIIIIIIO Jeep Blast at Bombshells - HJP Spring Event OIIIIIIIO
If you live around the Spring / The Woodlands and surrounding area. We are meeting at Bombshells in Spring. Bombshells has offered with open arms to allow us to host this event. Special parking for our Jeepers! Bombshells has a live DJ and all the amenities for you, your family and/or friends. We will continue to hold these meets every 3rd Thursday of the month. Come on out and meet fellow Jeep enthusiast and enjoy. Let make this a great jeep-n event!,-95.4381004,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x8647352075eb3feb:0xe56bf8884796dc22!8m2!3d30.0681831!4d-95.4359117 We are always looking sponsors. As the event grows we will work on sponsors, Raffles, door prizes, Jeep of the Month and more. If you are interested in being a sponsoring, donating and / or advertising. Please let me know if you have any questions. Contact me at [masked] Hope to see you!


21005 IH 45 NORTH · Spring, TX

What we're about

Meet other Jeepers or fellow off-roaders to swap info, go off-roading, and have tons of fun. Got a New Jeep? New to Jeeping? Don't have a Jeep yet? We'll be glad to show you how to play with your new toy and everything about them and what to watch out for, because less breakage is more fun! Got an old Jeep? Seasoned Trail Veteran? Glad to have You! You and your experience can save the rest of us a fortune in broken parts and broken hearts. We'll be there to back you up and pull you out, too. We just wanna have fun with other folks like us, young and old alike. It's not just about the Jeep, it's about the JeepPeople!


Mission Statement

The Houston JeepPeople was formed in 2008 and is a family oriented club dedicated to four wheeling as a form of recreation with the following objectives:

To promote Jeeping recreation as wholesome family fun.

To practice and demonstrate four wheel drive usage that follows an ethical code that allows for both the protection and enjoyment of the people and natural environment.

To promote the recreational motorized access to public and private lands.

To participate in community activities.

To support the TMTC , the Tread Lightly program.

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