Become a Member

The Land Rover Club of San Diego is a non-profit organization funded and paid for solely by membership dues. Membership is open to owners and prospective owners of Land Rover vehicles.
What do you get for being a member?

- At least 12 awesome trips a year both on and off road

- A 15% discount on Parts and Service at Land Rover San Diego

- A wealth of knowledge about these amazing vehicles from fellow Club Members

- A welcome kit including Land Rover literature, club regalia, and other items

Club Officers and
Committee Chairs

President Jerry Sanfiippo
Vice President
Secretary Dennis Yard
Treasurer Bob Palmer
Membership & Membership Records; Land Rover Club/Legislative Liaison Dennis Yard & Bob Palmer
Safety Education Joe Aiello

Publications & Trip Coordinator Bob Palmer
Web Updates & Development Chris Liles

LRCSD Board of Directors

Jerry Sanfilippo
Dennis Yard
Chris Liles
Joe Aiello
Bob Palmer

Are you a San Diego area resident who owns a Land Rover vehicle but does not know what that small shift lever that says "Locked Low" means? Or are you a three time Camel Trophy winner who thinks the Paris to Dakar Rally is for sissies? Do you own one of the new Land Rovers with Terrain Response and a plethora of acronyms such as DAC, DSC, EAS, and EPB?  Either way, the Land Rover Club of San Diego offers local area Rover owners a chance to learn or share their knowledge about these remarkable vehicles with other enthusiasts.

We are also members of the San Diego British Car Club Council, the sponsors of San Diego British Car Day and San Diego Rolling British Car Day.  You can visit the council's web site at

  • Membership Information
    Download the membership form or make a payment. ONLY NEW MEMBERS need to fill out the form.

Club Meetings

Our informal monthly meetings take place at 6:30 pm at Marie Calendar's in Rancho Bernardo and the meetings are always on Tuesdays. Members get together to share experiences, share reviews of recent outings, and discussions about upcoming trips. Photo or video presentations of recent tirps, safety, education, or technical fourms are also common topics at our monthly meetings.

4-Wheeling Trips/Overland Trips

We try to go on at least one outing every month, with trips ranging from road rallies, to hardcore modified-only vehicle events.

If you want to keep your Rover relatively dust free, try a road rally through the backcountry of San Diego.

If you don't mind some dust and bouncing around, then come on a one-day or weekend off-pavement adventure. We'll go up mountains and down into the deserts. We'll travel on easy to moderate trails that will take you to places you've never seen before, and you will learn how very capable your land Rover really is.

If you're anxious to get out on some hardcore, advanced trails in the finest off-pavement vehicle made, then we will take you to places like Sidewinder, the club's Adopted Trail; or to The Squeeze and Heart Attack Hill; or to the legendary Rubicon. If you have the time, join club members on a week long trip to Moab, complete with a local trail guide.

Community Service

We partner with the the Cleveland National Forest at Corral Canyon and have an Adopt-A-Trail which we help maintain. Our adopted trail is "Sidewinder."