There are many clubs out there for many different hobbies. Off Road driving and Land Rovers aren’t left out. I am and have been to a fair few myself. Some are none manufacture specific like Mud Club while others specialise in one particular make and model like Series one club so something for everyone and every vehicle.
Benefits of joining a club are friendship with like-minded people. Most organise events and outings. No age, skill or knowledge restrictive. Great way to learn more about the sport and your vehicle as someone’s bound to have been there before you. I’ve always found in the clubs I’m a member of there is usually someone that has the answer to that question you need answering. If you’ve never ventured off the highway and fancy giving it a go, joining a club means you’ll have people round you that won’t leave you if you get stuck and normally enjoy helping with any worry’s or thoughts too.
The first time I was introduced to a club was by two gents as I was laying under their vehicle looking at the differential guards at the time. We got chatting and been friends ever since, still meeting at the club meets last Thurs of the month. For me I learnt how to off road with Discovery Owners Club and Mud Club going to their organised off road trips.
Series One Club, Series Two Club, Series Three Club, The Land Rover Club, Forward Control, 101 Club, Mud Club, Defender Source, Team Tombraider, Fenlanders 4×4, Association of Land Rover, Beds, Herts and Cambs, Mad Freelanders, Disco 3, Range Rover Register, All Wheel Drive Club, Viking 4×4, Northants 4×4, Rough and Ready – to name a few.
There are many others see the LRO page (Where I compiled this list from)