Pine Barren Venom Jeep Club

Our message to you

WELCOME to Pine Barren VENOM Jeep Club!!

Are you looking for an outdoors experience that is both thrilling and responsible? Look no further than Pine Barren Venom Jeep Club! As a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization, we are dedicated to responsible forest usage, education, charity and community outreach. Advocating for preserving the natural beauty of our forests while enjoying the lawful adrenaline rush of driving off-pavement.

Our club offers a variety of events including woods rides, woods and beach clean-up events, toy drives, veteran’s events, food drives, and adopt-a-highway events. But that’s not all – we also provide beginners with the knowledge and skills necessary to lawfully, safely and respectfully enjoy off-pavement riding.

Principles of our work



It’s our mission to provide a clean, healthy and enjoyable environment and experience within our club. We are a family oriented club that enjoys community outreach and being out in nature. PBVJC enjoys teaching about off-roading and educating our youth to tread lightly and be aware of community and nature.



Our message is simple, give more than you receive. Be proud of who you are. Always lend a hand and be 100% transparent. It’s not about the banners, stickers or club you ride with. It’s the family atmosphere we are proud of. We are all one Jeep family.



PBVJC strives to teach and be taught the past, present, and future of the Jeep world. To pass along the knowledge to all who need it. Look for new developments in our community and spread the word. We are always looking for advances in off road technologies, Jeep accessories, and gear.

Our achievements

The ones who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones that do.


Years Building our Jeep family


Members willing to help


Community completed projects


Community awards and recognitions

PBVJC always on the go

Brilliant team

We are proud to have a team of knowledgeable members who are passionate about everything related to Jeeps. Whether you're a seasoned Jeep owner or just getting started, our team is always willing to share their knowledge and expertise to help you get the most out of your Jeep. We believe that the Jeep community is all about coming together to learn, share, and explore, and we're excited to welcome you to our community.

Rich experience

Joining PBVJC will have you at the front of community ventures and events. You will join a club that devotes time not only in the woods but in the community as well.

Fair prices

PBVJC is a free to join club. To join our club simply hit the link at the top of the page and join our Facebook page. Once inside you will have access to local rides and events as well as decals and swag.

24/7 online support

PBVJC offers a club Chaplin for any confidential needs you may have any time of the day or night. Need help in the trails? Simply post up on our Facebook page.


PBV is always finding new ways to keep the club experience fun and family oriented. Stay connected to see our next adventure.


From my first rainy day newbie ride (which was no newbie ride) to the public events, community outreaches, behind the scenes quiet helping hands and forever friendships formed, this group has touched my heart and enriched my life in more ways than I ever imagined. PBV is more than a Jeep Club. They choose to participate in initiatives that positively impact others and help make a difference in our own communities. Blessed to be part of this family. ♥️
Luray T.
I joined the Jeep life before PBV was created. I bounced around, trying to find a place where I fit in. When I eventually switched my allegiance (for lack of a better term 🤣) to Pine Barren I was welcomed with open arms! I know it was a surprise to many but I finally felt like I’d found a place to call home. The friendships that have grown from joining have helped to shape me into a better person, a better Jeeper and in all honesty a happier person. This group comes together for not only their own but for anyone and anything that needs support in a way I’ve never experienced before.
Ann K.
PBV is amazing. They are definitely my family and I don't know where I'd be without them.
Jenn S.
PBV means to me: From showing up on a random trail ride and not knowing anybody, I was welcomed like we were all friends for a very long time. I was accepted for the person that I am and it didn't matter if I had a 500 shitbox or a 45000 dollar built up jeep. I have made so many friends and we are all a family. This club is a no judgement zone and accepts you for who you are!!! This is the most loyal and caring club I have ever been in!!!
Bruce G.
Hands down the best group around... they have welcomed me and my son in to the club and treat us like family which means a lot... Erin Keiser Szabo even helped me with a drive by.. My son and I just love going to as many events as possible because my sons get to play outside like a kid should, and he loves seeing all the doggies too... thank you for everything
I was a member of another Jeep club that treated me as an outcast and I was very uncomfortable when with them. I saw PBV at other Jeep outings so I reached out to Erin Keiser Szabo and Steve Szabo to join and they opened their arms and took me in. From the first time I meet everyone at an event I was welcomed and made to feel like family and the rest is history. This club will do anything to help anyone in the drop of a hat without hesitating. Love this Club. WE ARE FAMILY.
Lori D.
I remember fondly meeting Steve, Justin and their families as they were asked to go over trails and recovery gear basics for another club's rookie run. I added some of my knowledge into the discussion and they were kind enough to let me. I could tell right away that these were my kind of folks, their love for the Pines and passion regarding helping those who were newer to the trails or offroading in general. I also liked the fact that on PBV, the only dumb question is one that isn't asked. Unlike other groups I followed, if a question was asked about ez trails or other things, there was never a snide remark, just helpful information. I have met and invited people to join the club, have many fond memories and plan on future memories with those I know and those I will have the privilege to get to know! I also love to see our future generations enjoying the outdoors and the offroading scene, from children to teens and young adults. I had it set up to name my Jeep "Plan B" but some of the younger members started calling me Mr. Herb.
Herb C.
PBV is a “Gateway”.. to Freedom, Fun & Friendships! PBV fosters education and awareness toward ecological/environmental respect & Community Care. Involvement with this special Club & Culture architected by Steve and Erin could be life-altering… (for the better) Jeeper Beware.
Keith B.
When my wife & I first got on to the Jeep scene over 3 years ago we joined many Jeep clubs & attended some events. Just felt like we walked around with strangers. Then we joined PBV & started going to events. Felt welcomed every time we would show up. Steve would walk up & shake my hand & always say glad to see & how’s it going. Then Erin, Carly, John (we’ll have good XJ chats), Hippie, Ryan, etc. Too many to list. All the members made us feel so welcome. Even on our private FB pages if sometime came up, vehicle break down, personal incident, the group would reach to see if needed anything. The events that help communities are great. We been involved in so many with the club. Feels great to help others. The club isn’t about banners, stickers & trophies, it’s more like a family. We have so much fun & look forward this coming year as I have already put evey event on my calendar.
It you want Jeep fun, great friendship, and enjoy helping the community this the Jeep club for you. Even if you don’t have a Jeep you will be welcomed to join. PBV strong!!
Jerry K.

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