Outdoor Adventure USA, LLC


Thanks for visiting our website.  We cover a wide range of outdoor topics including 4WD trips, vehicle repair and maintenance, camping, hiking, shooting, hunting, bicycling, photography, and a lot more. In connection with all of these activities, we support and promote the use of Ham radio as an indispensable part of any outdoor adventure. We do all this through our website and through our weekly Amateur Radio nets.  

Above, you will see several tabs which will assist you in accessing information on the entirety of our website, including, how to join, our schedule of weekly Amateur Radio nets, and upcoming events, just to mention a few.  Our Forums section tab will take you to in-depth discussions of all of our outdoor and Ham Radio topics.

We continually strive to improve, and we welcome your feedback!


OAUSA will hold it's annual Field Day and Summer Fest event on June 24-26, 2022, at the Mt. Pinos Campground in the Los Padres National Forest.  This will be a family event involving three days of camping in the mountains (elevation 7800 feet), an official ARRL Field Day competition, trail runs, great food and drink, and an opportunity to relax in the mountains of the Los Padres National Forest.  We will also offer all levels of Amateur Radio license testing on Sunday.  

For those who want to explore the area, there are hundreds of miles of off-pavement 4WD trails, including some of the more challenging, (Miller Jeep Trail) as well as many hiking trails.

The campsite is accessible by paved roads and all vehicles are welcome.

Click here for general information on the event.  Click here for information on Ham Radio license testing. 

Pictures of Past Field Day / Summer Fest Events:


We offer our Amateur Radio (or Ham Radio) nets on a weekly basis.  For those who are new to the Ham community, a "net"  is an on the air discussion of various outdoor or Ham Radio topics.  We select different topics each week and have guest speakers who share their expertise and experiences. The Nets are held every Thursday evening at 7:30 PDT (we observe Daylight Saving Time), and you may access them as follows:

  • Anywhere in the US via the Western Reflector at IRLP node 9251

  • Anywhere in the US via Echolink - connect to *World* (Ref: IRLP 9251)

  • In the Southern California area via the Keller Peak Repeater (KE6TZG) at 146.385, (+), 146.2

  • In the San Diego, CA area via the W6ZN Repeater at 449.300, 100.0, (-)

  • In the Portland OR area via the W7RAT repeater at 440.400, 123.0 (-)

  • In the Denver CO area via the N0PQV Repeater at 145.340, 103.5, (-)

All Amateurs are welcome. If you would like your local repeater linked to the Nets, just drop us a line by using the contact us tab at the top of this page.

You can find a preview of the current net at the Net Preview page.  Click here to view a schedule of future nets.