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  • Closed Club  ·  17 members  ·  Last active
    Free

    Originally the Central Jersey Radio Group, New Jersey GMRS aims to cover the entire state with GMRS repeater coverage.
  • Closed Club  ·  407 members  ·  Last active
    Free

    Our group of repeater owners is comprised of radio enthusiasts working together on a common project we like to call Midwest GMRS. From Information technology to heavy construction our owners and members represent the true diversity of the Midwestern United States. Our target audience is the myGMRS network Region 169 comprised of IL, IN, IA, MI, MN, MO, NE, ND, OH, SD, WI. For Membership, your state of residents must be one of the states listed.

  • Closed Club  ·  111 members
    Free

    We are the Tucson GMRS Association, a 501(c)(3) public charity promoting the GMRS radio service throughout the southwest. We are an open group that does not charge membership dues and are entirely donation supported. To join this group; please create or log in with your myGMRS account and request to join.
  • Open Club  ·  16 members
    Free

    This is a local to Kansas City organization. You must live within 75 miles of KC to join. Email me at wquq715@gmail.com for membership information.

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  • Open Club  ·  6 members  ·  Last active
    Free

    Alaskan GMRS users and enthusiasts. Hunters, hikers, campers, berry picking, kayakers, bikers, snow machines, off-roading, climbers, fishers, snowshoeing, dip netters, photographers, and anyone who enjoys the outdoors as well as understanding the intricacy of GMRS as well as other forms of communication and electronics. With the goal of building and maintaining repeater systems throughout Alaska and networking with individuals and communities and educating others on the proper use and licensing for GMRS.
  • Closed Club  ·  8 members  ·  Last active
    Free

    This club is for the local Florida GMRS radio operators to connect, share ideas and offer technical assistance.
  • Closed Club  ·  407 members  ·  Last active
    Free

    Our group of repeater owners is comprised of radio enthusiasts working together on a common project we like to call Midwest GMRS. From Information technology to heavy construction our owners and members represent the true diversity of the Midwestern United States. Our target audience is the myGMRS network Region 169 comprised of IL, IN, IA, MI, MN, MO, NE, ND, OH, SD, WI. For Membership, your state of residents must be one of the states listed.

  • Open Club  ·  19 members  ·  Last active
    Free

    Local group of guys trying to grow The GMRS World on the Treasure Coast . Contact us at Treasurecoastgmrsclub@gmail.com Mike wrbn985

  • Closed Club  ·  17 members  ·  Last active
    Free

    Originally the Central Jersey Radio Group, New Jersey GMRS aims to cover the entire state with GMRS repeater coverage.
  • Closed Club  ·  4 members  ·  Last active
    Free

    This group of GMRS enthusiasts are located in Southwest Florida. We are witty, snarky, diverse, and unlike other radio services, each of us has our own strengths, no one is a complete expert on their own. SWFL GMRS actively invites anyone to Come Now and join the group. We freely give of our time and knowledge. And we will certainly ask your thoughts on a wide variet of topics so that each of us can build and maintain the best damn systems we can, and enhance the hobby. The BeepNet is open to all. We meet regularly, beginning at about 9-ish on the 462.600 repeater located in Venice.

  • Closed Club  ·  1 member
    40.00 USD/year

    Our repeater network utilizes linking technology with our Georgia and South Carolina sites. These repeater locations will help cover I-20 from Augusta, GA to and in the Columbia, SC area. This will allow our members to communicate from these areas simultaneously. Your membership will allow full access to all sites. CSRAGMRS is a Not-For-Profit organization.

  • Closed Club  ·  111 members
    Free

    We are the Tucson GMRS Association, a 501(c)(3) public charity promoting the GMRS radio service throughout the southwest. We are an open group that does not charge membership dues and are entirely donation supported. To join this group; please create or log in with your myGMRS account and request to join.
  • Closed Club  ·  13 members
    Free

    We are a group of repeater owners and supporters in the south central PA region. Our goal is to provide expanding, overlapping and redundant coverage to our service areas with low-profile linked repeaters. There are a few high-profile repeaters in our area and while they perform well, they are single points of failure and often the target of malicious interference. Linking low-profile sites allows us to avoid or isolate interference, learn and experiment with various repeater hardware while providing a suitable alternative or backup to high-profile systems. We currently operate linked sites in Millerstown, Elliotsburg, Harrisburg, Carlisle and Shippensburg. Additional locations are under careful consideration.

  • Closed Club  ·  1 member
    Free

    New group of folks promoting GMRS use in Eastern NH. We currently have 2 repeaters with plans for expansion and linking.

  • Open Club  ·  11 members
    Free

    We are a small club with 4 repeaters in Whatcom and Skagit counties. Three of them are at commercial facilities at high elevations. We have extremely good coverage for the lowlands of both counties.

  • Closed Club  ·  1 member
    Free

    This club hasn't provided a description.
  • Open Club  ·  2 members
    30.00 USD/year

    We have AWESOME COVERAGE FROM THE Sierra foothills to the wine country to the North Bay and San Francisco and maybe more….!
  • Closed Club  ·  13 members
    Free

    Welcome Hoosiers.
  • Open Club  ·  12 members
    Free

    GMRS enthusiasts in the South Western Pennsylvania area. It is my intent to create and expand GMRS repeaters in the South Western PA area with the participation of others.

  • Open Club  ·  5 members
    30.00 USD/year

    Organization is dedicated in the promotion of GMRS communications in the South Georgia and North Florida region and also supporting those who are interested in the service.

  • Closed Club  ·  6 members
    Free

    Anyone is welcome to this club based out of Pocatello Idaho.

  • Open Club  ·  16 members
    Free

    This is a local to Kansas City organization. You must live within 75 miles of KC to join. Email me at wquq715@gmail.com for membership information.
  • Closed Club  ·  12 members
    Free

    Starting a local group to try and to grow GMRS in the States of West Virginia and Ohio. Repeater owners and GMRS users, let's connect and grow.

  • Closed Club  ·  5 members
    44.00 USD/year

    The Southwest Ohio GMRS Association. is a nonprofit organization to promote and provide recreational, educational, scientific, and emergency communication equipment and services to the greater Cincinnati & Dayton Ohio areas with the primary purpose of helping to ensure the availability of emergency communication links between general mobile radio service radio operators and government emergency management offices and other governmental agencies as may be required in the event of a declared emergency, drill or other event. The Association through our relationships with repeater owners, civic organizations and GMRS operators will create a operational environment that is conducive and appropriate for all ages of the family.
  • Open Club  ·  20 members
    Free

    Informal meeting place for GMRS users in the Northern Virginia area. Covering the counties of Arlington, Fairfax, Prince William, Stanford, Loudoun, Clarke, Warren, Frederick, Shenandoah, Page, Rockingham, and Augusta; DC and bits and pieces of Maryland near the DMV.
  • Open Club  ·  7 members
    Free

    Informal meeting place for GMRS users in the Delmarva - covering the Eastern Shore of Virginia, Maryland and Delaware.
  • Closed Club  ·  3 members
    Free

    Puerto Rico

  • Open Club  ·  6 members
    Free

    For establishing and maintaining a GMRS repeater network for the purpose of maintaining radio communications with family and friends.
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