The Muskegon Conservation Club
Serving Michigan and the Muskegon area since 1941
I give my pledge as an American to save and faithfully to defend from waste the natural resources of my country
- its air, soil, and minerals, its forests, water, and wildlife.
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Welcome to our Club's web site!
The main purpose of the web site is to post information pertaining to the Club and its activities, including the Club newsletter, The Muskegon Sportsman, which is posted monthly on The Sportsman page. In order to view the Sportsman you'll need Adobe Reader, available free from adobe.com . Install it, click on the Sportsman link on the left, then the issue you want to view, and read about Club news, including minutes from the last meetings, marina information and rates, notices of upcoming meetings for MUCC, Hunter Safety, and Sportsmen for Youth.
The Muskegon Conservation Club is affiliated with MUCC, the Michigan United Conservation Clubs. Part of our members' dues is forwarded to MUCC to maintain membership for each MCC member in MUCC. The MUCC may be the most influential and effective voice for conservation in Michigan. The MUCC has been involved for decades in promoting laws to protect the environment and maintain adequate habitats for hunting and fishing. The organization also supports conservation education through school programs, Hunter Safety Training, and summer camp for kids. The Muskegon Conservation Club helps sponsor the summer camp, and is always looking for children to sponsor. The camp week is an exciting and often new experience, as the kids learn about enjoying and preserving nature, as well as receiving instruction in skills like archery, fishing, canoeing, swimming, hiking, forestry, wildlife identification, and basic firearm safety. Campers have the opportunity to earn their hunter education certificates.
MUSKEGON CONSERVATION CLUB MARINA
One of the great features of the Muskegon Conservation Club is the MCC Marina. The Club's marina may be the coolest marina on Muskegon Lake, if not Lake Michigan. Our Muskegon marina has 120 boat slips, from 20'-32', with some accommodations for even larger boats. The marina is the major source of income for the Club, even though the rates are among the lowest on the Great Lakes. That is because our marina isn't a business, but rather a cooperatively owned and managed facility, staffed only by volunteers who are willing to give their time and effort to supporting the marina and the rest of the Club property. To find out more about the MCC Marina, click here: MCC Marina
OTHER FEATURES: In addition to the modern marina and bathhouse, the Club offers 17 acres of exploration at a premier property on Muskegon Lake, with a rustic campground area right on the beach, nature trails, and many native flora and fauna.
HOW TO JOIN: Membership Dues for the Club are only $30/yr, from March through February. That is for one membership, which may be shared with spouse and family. If your spouse wants to be a member, and thus be able to visit the club without you, the additional cost is $15. These amounts cover the member's membership in MUCC, as well as Club maintenance costs. All you have to do is write a check to the Muskegon Conservation Club for yourself and/or spouse, and send it, along with your name, address, phone number, and email address if you have one, to The Muskegon Conservation Club, Box 5319, N. Muskegon, MI 49445. For your convenience, at the bottom of this page is a link to an application form you can print and send in.
Muskegon Conservation Club
History of the Club
Formal – In Bylaws
i. Shore Committee
iii. Building and Property
iv. Governmental Relations
ii. Club House Deva
iii. Tree Czar
iv. Club House Rental
v. Sportsmen for Youth
vi. Adopt a Highway
vii. Wireless Internet Czar
viii. Women Action Conservation Organization
Rental of Club House
i. Screened In Area
iii. Club House
i. Washer $1.25
ii. Dryer $
Ice $1.00 donation, help your self to ice bag. Cash box is on windowsill (need correct change)
Power Washer $10.00 for self use
See dates and times posted on bulletin board or the website
On the Website for the Muskegon Conservation Club you will find additional information
i. Sportsman News
ii. Calendar of Activities for the year
iv. Marina Rules
vi. Photo Gallery
vii. Fishing News
Wireless Internet available at the Club