We are celebrating 44 years in 2023!

The Timber Tamers are a large general 4wd club based out of Western Washington. We were organized in April of 1979, and are based out of the Lynnwood, Washington area. Our membership is diverse, from young to old, men and women, driving many different types of 4wd vehicles.

We are affiliated with the Pacific Northwest 4 Wheel Drive Association and promote TREAD Lightly! principles. The PNW4WDA organizes trail runs, trail maintenance in conjunction with DNR, races, play days, fun days, clean-ups, charitable works, legislative issues, etc., in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho.

Mission Statement

To promote family 4 Wheeling in an ethical and responsible manner, and to put the safety of our members and public above all else. To provide community service such as trail maintenance on public and private lands and work with government agencies to ensure the continued use of our public lands. To educate the public that having off road enthusiasts in our community can be both beneficial and rewarding.

How To Get Involved

Timber Tamers meetings are open to anyone. At meetings we discuss current issues that are affecting the club and plan for upcoming events and runs. If you would like to join us for a run\event please come to the meeting and we would be happy share where and when the next run\ event will take place.

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Latest Posts

Pick Up a Mountain - 9/16/2023

I’m not sure anyone else is writing this up, so I thought I’d throw something out there… Pick Up a Mountain last weekend was a blast. Tamers in attendance included Tammy and I, Jeremy and Noni, Rudi and Melissa, John, Antoine, Michael, Eric, Nate, Joe, Terry and Pam. Also in attendance were candidates David and Patty plus Ethan and Tom from NWD Off-road and Performance. Quite the group! Event started by everyone setting up camp near each other at Jim Sprick Park then hanging out at the campfire

Operation Shore Patrol - 9/16/2023

OSP 2023! I – like Darren Rabago – will have to cop to having a near and dear place in my heart for my long tenure in attending Operation Shore Patrol over many years. Starting my 2nd year in the Tamers – which means that was about 1998 when I started “wheeling” (oh is that what I thought it was?) a 1982 J-10 Jeep pickup (too big, too pretty….) The Thursday night meeting at I think it was a Romio’s Pizza at Houghton Place in Kirkland (both now long gone) – of course the Thursday before the

Mountain Loop Clean-up 9/9/2023

Showed up early at the Verlot Ranger Station, right around 8AM. If you want to beat Joe, you have to be there a half hour to an hour early. LOL! Ranger Jon came over to make sure we had all we needed and to let us know that between Coal Creek and Deer Creek could use some attention due to the amount of people from the previous weekend and to thank us for the help. By 9 am we ended up having 12 people total. After the drivers meeting, we headed out. Most of the small campsites were clean, it was