There's a little something for everybody to do and enjoy on the
160 plus acres of southern Greene County the Fish & Game Association
has called home for more than fifty years. Over the past five decades
our organization has built in the opinion of many outdoor enthusiasts,
one of Ohio's premiere multi-use sportsmen's facilities. Understanding
that diversity is one of the keys to longevity, we have worked relentlessly
to try and insure that no traditional sportsmen's related interest
is ever ignored or forgotten.
View our facility from the air and you will discover two man made
fishing lakes, one 10 acres plus which often serves as the focal
point of activity for our many anglers both young and old. Another
smaller pound with just over an acre of water surface and located
adjacent to our modest campground is also visible. Several modern
structures are also visible from above, including the clubhouse,
three shelter houses, a storage barn, card shoot shack, archery
shed, and the covered firing lines for four of our five shooting
Our rolling complex is marbled with wooded areas, grasslands and
upland pastures which are all managed and maintained in an effort
to provide the best wildlife habitat possible. It's clear even from
above; there is something truly special about our little neck of
the woods. Breath taking from the air, our club's real beauty must
be experienced from the ground. Take a leisurely stroll along any
of our freshly cut grass paths or paved roads and explore all the
GCF&G has to offer.
From the moment you pass through our modern electric security gate,
sportsmen's amenities begin to abound. You'll likely be taken at
first by the club's natural beauty. From A to Z we've got plenty
to offer, starting with archery. Our large archery area includes
numerous static target bales to help you find your range before
you take a shot at any of our strategically placed field targets
located in the surrounding wooded areas. A moving target range is
even used from time to time during spring and summer 3-D open shoots.
Abundant wild blackberries ripen in early June, some of which are
within easy walking distance of our 75 unit campground or surrounding
the big lake. The clubhouse, which is the center of most club related
activity, sits majestically facing the west atop a grassy knoll.
Our card shoot range is nestled discreetly between the clubhouse
and big lake. A large 25' X 50' shelter house sits beneath the trees
just north of the clubhouse, while our well lit four house trap
range lies just outside the back door and faces the east.
Just a short walk from our large graveled parking area is a group
of five different shooting ranges where pistol, shotgun, rifle and
black powder shooters can all test their marksmanship skills. Upland
hunting is permitted during the proper seasons in many of our clearly
designated perimeter fields. Anglers at the big lake often yield
to waterfowl hunters during the fall, while wildlife and waterfowl
viewing remain popular year round. Numerous natural and hybrid species
of nut trees as well as many conifers, colorful foliage and wildflowers
adorn the grounds.