Important COVID-19 Updates
Minnesota Rovers has suspended all in-person Tuesday meetings, due to the COVID‑19 pandemic. We are now offering virtual meetings via Zoom. Send us a message to request the link and access code.
In-person outdoor day trips are now permitted and restricted to 15 people and 3 households due to current COVID-19 guidelines for social settings. For more information, please see our COVID-19 guidelines. Equipment is now available. Please see the Equipment page for information.
All in person activities, are currently closed due to current state COVID-19 guidelines for social settings. For more information, please see our COVID-19 guidelines.
We are monitoring the situation through the MN Department of Health. We will notify members and the public as soon as changes are made. Check back for updates.
What is Minnesota Rovers Outdoors Club?
We are a not-for-profit organization that is one of the oldest, most active outing clubs in the Upper Midwest. Our trips can go from a bicycle day ride to a multi-week adventure on foreign soil!
We offer outdoor adventures every week of the year. Individual members coordinate the trips and activities, which makes us so unique. We occasionally get together for indoor activities as well.
Check out our weekly meeting...
Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m.
Due to the COVID‑19 pandemic, we are now offering virtual meetings via Zoom. Send us a message to request the link and access code.
FEBRARY 9 — ANNUAL MEETING
Tune in before the presentation for the Minnesota Rovers Annual Meeting where we will announce the results of the Board of Directors election.
Just show up — it’s a great way to find out more about the club and meet our members!
Socializing afterward at Ol’ Mexico.
Interested in becoming a Minnesota Rover?
Not sure if being a Minnesota Rover is quite right for you? Come to a Tuesday meeting where you will get to meet some of our members and hear firsthand about our ongoing trips. Afterward, come hang out with us at a restaurant/bar and get to know us some more!
We share in the community’s anger and grief over the homicide of George Floyd. His brutal death reminds us of the extent of racism and injustice in our country. We have started to re-examine our policies and actions around racial equity and inclusion. It is clear we have some work to do. We commit to helping create an environment where our Communities of Color have equitable, safe, and welcome access to the outdoors.
The Minnesota Rovers Outdoor Club Board of Directors