Beloit Chapter

At the state and national levels, the League's volunteers and staff work together to promote common-sense, practical policy solutions to critical conservation issues.  Our goal is to ensure that America's natural resources are protected, managed, and used in a sustainable manner for generations to come. 


The Beloit Chapter was  established in 1923.  We sit on 17 acres of land with 4 trap houses and a 3,200 square-foot clubhouse that is air-conditioned, offers a full kitchen, and is handicap accessible. 


We hold several conservation and educational projects including: Bird House Builds, Public Grounds Clean-Up, Youth Fishing, and Hunter's Safety. We also host four trap shooting leagues each year, and open trap shooting every Sunday catering to the new, and supporting the most experienced shooter. Leagues include both three and five man teams. Please contact us for company events.


Hours of Operation:


Sunday     10:00 am - 3:00 pm


Tuesday    5:00 pm - 10:00 pm