Fin & Feather Club of Mason County, Inc.
- Recreation / Sports / Leisure
Fin & Feather is a private, non profit, volunteer run organization. The 800+ members participate in the many events sponsored by the club. Chartered in 1937, it has been in existence for 80 years as a family orientated, conservation/sportsman's club. The comfortable club house is the location of our general membership meetings the 2nd Wednesday of each month except November. Visitors are welcome to attend and join us for an optional dinner at 6 followed by a program about some aspect of nature or conservation and then the general business meeting at 7. We sponsor the MUCC youth education magazine called ''Tracks,'' distributing it to kids throughout area schools. Each year the club sponsors 6-8 children that attend the MUCC youth camp for a week. Amenities include: lighted year-round skeet and trap, 3D archery, rifle and pistal ranges, as well as indoor archery during the winter months. We have many shooting activities all year long, so please go to the calendar pages to find the activity that interests you.
Trained instructors present the NRA's ''Eddie Eagle'' program to the younger children in area school systems and the club also gives a $1500 scholarship annual to a student studying in the field of conservation or nature..
Along with one of the finest hunter safety classes in the state, certified instructors put on IBEP classes, CPL and Basic Pistol classes are also held on a regular basis. Please come and join us for a day of shotting or just check out the facilities during visitor hours. We will be happy to show ytou around.
- Membership for men, women, and children
- Reduced dues for seniors and members residing greater than 50 miles
- Clubhouse rental for members
- Monthly dinner meetings
- Year-round Activities
3 miles North of Scottville on US 31 to Sugar Grove, east 1 mile to Darr Road, North .6 miles to club Gate.