Community Activities

Participating in the Community

We are actively involved in the Eastern Sierras and surrounding area and enjoy performing services benefiting the local community.
The club participates in the Adopt-a-Highway Program by taking responsibility for cleaning up a one-mile stretch of Hwy 395.
At many events members demonstrate the many activities our Club is involved in and promotes responsible OHV use.
And of course the Club takes part in the annual Bishop Christmas Parade.
Upcoming Events

QUARTERLY
Highway Cleanup
Meet at the BP Shell at 10am. 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25
National Public Lands Day

Recent Activities

Earth Day

April 20, 2019

This year the Eastern Sierra 4×4 Club celebrated Earth Day in three ways:

Pat W, Raul H and Maureen M joined the local celebration at the Bishop City Park. They set up a booth to demonstrate the many activities our Club is involved in and promoted responsible OHV use. It is paramount that we educate the public about safe four wheeling, protecting our natural resources, the beauty in the back country and the importance of maintaining access for future generations.

The second group of Club members went on a four wheeling adventure to learn about the canal systems that snake along our Owens Valley floor. These elaborate canals that were originally utilized for ranching and farming. Today some of the canals are still used but largely as a means to handle the overflow from the Owens River due to high runoff. Remnants of the early homesteads can be found as shown below.

Following the 4×4 adventure the group helped to clean up the face of mother earth on our highway section of 395. Once again a considerable amount of trash was collected. Unfortunately our society contains a careless element that litter our roads.

— Mike J, President

REPORTS & PHOTOS

2018