Located on over 600 acres of Sheboygan County's pristine "Kettle Moraine", The Highlands offers the perfect setting for all services that they offer. Whether you are seeking a stress-free hunt with your own gun dog or a casual summer outing featuring sporting clays, The Highlands is the perfect destination. The Highlands is also a nationally accredited dog training facility and offers programs for both the flushing and the pointing breeds.
River Wildlife's 500-acre wilderness preserve is maintained in a natural state to preserve native vegetation and wildlife. Eighteen miles of woodland trails and five miles of the meandering Sheboygan River provide abundant opportunities for members and guests staying at The American Club® or Inn on Woodlake to enjoy the great outdoors.
Please contact River Wildlife at 920-457-0134 with any questions or to assist you with making reservations for activities.
The mission of the Hmong American Sportsmen Club (HASC), a nonprofit organization, is to promote safety while practicing responsible conservation of our natural resources; to educate and cultivate good sportsmanship and to enjoy and protect the wildlife. They strive to promote understanding and appreciation among sportsmen and will work to leave a long and rich heritage and tradition for future generations to come.
Founded in March of 1951, Koenig's Conservation Club Inc. was organized with specific goals in mind: youth education, species propagation and habitat maintenance. Through the years, Koenig's goals have been increased and modified to the following: outdoor education, species propagation, habitat restoration and land acquisition. This criteria was set up by Koenig's original board members for the enhancement of the out of doors for outdoor enthusiasts in Sheboygan County and the State of Wisconsin. With these goals in mind, Koenig's Conservation Club has taken a very active role as caretaker of our natural resources.
A local archery range staffed with high quality archer talent and the highest quality equipment you can find. With lessons and competitions held throughout the year, this is your chance to boost your skills.
Farmers' and Sportsmen's Club is located on the northwest side of Sheboygan, WI., bordered on the east by I-43 and on the west by Pine Hills Country Club. The original 37 acres was purchased in early 1938 and the first clubhouse was built there soon after from logs that were hand cut and shipped to the site from the Sheboygan Marsh. The club later purchased an additional 43 acres, and has a total of 80 acres with the natural and picturesque Pigeon River running though the property.
Sheboygan's own rifle and pistol club for enthusiasts of all kinds. With ranges and competitions held throughout the year, this is a great club for the sportsmen in your family.