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Mile-Hi Jeep Club of Colorado
Uniting adventure loving people in worthwhile 4-wheel drive activities while preserving and protecting the land for all generations to enjoy.
EST. 1956
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History of All-4-Fun

What Is All-4-Fun?


All-4-Fun is a week long, 4-wheel at your level event. We offer trips from easy to extreme and run as many as 15 trips each day. All-4-Fun changes locations throughout Colorado every year. Locations include places like Empire, Leadville, Buena Vista, Silverton and other great Colorado towns. Keep this in mind because as a traveling venue, you will receive different experiences and trails from year to year.


There is a fee to attend All-4-Fun and registration is required per vehicle. Group trips leave daily from camp to numerous trails within the area. Some trips will test your skills as a driver and put your vehicle through its paces. Other trips can leave you speechless as you view the stunning scenery of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. John Denver was right, you will feel that "rocky mountain high".


All-4-Fun 2016

All-4-Fun has exciting evening activities to help you get reacquainted with old friends and meet new ones. Throughout the week there are games for the kids and even some fun games for the more mature kids...a.k.a. the adults. Evening activities vary throughout the week such as a Prize Night. Prize night can leave you awestruck as All-4-Fun has been known to give away high dollar items to participants. We do our best to make sure participants leave with a prize, but prizes for everyone are not a guarantee. You must be registered for All-4-Fun to be eligible for prize night and must be present to win.


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Your All-4-Fun adventure includes a 1-day vendor show with something for everyone! Vendors from all over the country will be showcasing and selling their products. Keep this in mind if you have had your eye on a winch, tow straps, shackles, roll cage, upgraded steering and tires. Deals are made on vendor day!


All-4-Fun has been held over the last 50 years to raise money for Stay The Trail, Colorado Off-Highway Vehicle Coaltition and the Childrens' Hospital's Burn Center. Stay The Trail is Colorado's non-profit land use education program for OHV's and COHVCO is Colorado's legal resource for land use issues. Both are valuable to Colorado and nationally for land use issues.


There is a lot more you can expect from your All-4-Fun adventure such as entertaining antics by other 4WD Clubs such as the Shiites, Pirates and Hoobs. You will experience the hospitality of the 20 Patrols that represent Mile-Hi Jeep Club at All-4-Fun. Want to learn more about them? Come and join us! You will not be disappointed in the All-4-Fun event. Plus you will experience some of the greatest, most spectacular trails in the country. Hope to see you there!

Over 50 Years of All-4-Fun All Over Colorado!



All-4-Fun HistoryHow did All-4-Fun get started?

Read a great story about the earliest beginnings of All-4-Fun and enjoy some memories from the first several years of the event!

History: The First 19 Years


All-4-Fun T-Shirt LogosDid you save any of your old All-4-Fun t-shirts? Check out our collection of the t-shirt logos from past events!

History: T-Shirt Logos

All-4-Fun Memories Blog
Have you attended a past
All-4-Fun event?


We've had so much fun over the past 50 years of All-4-Fun events, as we look back over the years, there are so many great memories!

As part of the 50th anniversary celebration, take a moment to share some of your memories with us! Whether a little moment, or a longer tale, we welcome your stories.


Share your All-4-Fun memories!

All-4-Fun Memories Blog*

*Check out the Blog Archive in the lower right corner to view all entries!

# Year Location Chairperson # Year Location Chairperson
1 1967 Golden Jim Schanefelt 27 1993 Rustic (Cache La Poudre) Jerry Ross
2 1968 Bergen Park Glen Derrough 28 1994 Silverton Jim Provence
3 1969 Telluride Time Wakefield 29 1995 Leadville Homer Paddock
4 1970 Cement Creek Lloyd Metejka 30 1996 Salida Homer Paddock
5 1971 Lake City Arlene Moler 31 1997 Gunnison Daryl Schrader
6 1972 Ohio City Hillard Moore 32 1998 Silverton Jim Provence
7 1973 Leadville Joe Fackler & Patrol 6 33 1999 Fairplay Billy Dolenger
8 1974 Ponderosa Guest Ranch Jack & Jackie Stevens 34 2000 Central City John Flesner
9 1975 Carbondale John Shackelford 35 2001 Salida Gary Moul
10 1976 Creede Don Snyder 36 2002 Silverton Tom Allen
11 1977 Fairplay John Atnip 37 2003 Leadville Jeff Fish & Melody Mesmer
12 1978 Eagle Ken Munger 38 2004 Georgetown Paula & Chris Andolsek
13 1979 Montrose Paul Clark 39 2005 Gunnison Chevette Lovisone
14 1980 Camp Hale Gene Imel 40 2006 Silverton Cory Moul
15 1981 Montezuma Gene Imel 41 2007 Salida Cory Moul
16 1982 Pitkin Paul Clark 42 2008 Leadville Cory Moul
17 1983 Fairplay Darrell Cole 43 2009 Empire Jerry Cronk
18 1984 Ouray Pete Doty & Bruce Jones 44 2010 Silverton Jeff Fish
19 1985 El Jebel Lynn Butler 45 2011 Salida Jeff Fish
20 1986 Mt. Princeton Lynn Butler 46 2012 Empire Jerry Cronk
21 1987 Empire Gary Moul 47 2013 Lake County Jeff Miller
22 1988 Ouray Lynn Butler 48 2014 Silverton Jeff Miller & Matt Sullivan
23 1989 Gunnison Gary Moul & Patrol 2 49 2015 Chaffee County Mike Bowden & Allen Dreiling
24 1990 Breckenridge (Tiger Run) Barry Shields 50 2016 Empire Jerry Ross
25 1991 Buena Vista David Helt 51 2017 Leadville Allen Dreiling
26 1992 El Jebel Barry Shields 52 2018  Silverton Cory Moul

Questions?


Send us an e-mail at all4funinfo@mhjc.org.

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