Riley Conservation Club
Riley Conservation Club is a nonprofit organization dedicated to wildlife conservation and promotion of the shooting sports. The club is situated on 250+ acres. We have a 240 yard rifle range with a covered firing line. There are 2 lakes on the club that members can fish for blue gill, bass, crappie and other fish. Members also may hunt on most of the club property.
Monthly competitive shoots are held at the club. The first Saturday of the month is a Steel Challenge shoot. The first Sunday of the month is a Muzzleloader shoot. The second Sunday from April-October features an IHMSA pistol silhouette shoot. The third Sundays are Practical Pistol shoots. These dates can change due to holidays and other circumstances, so always confirm the shoot dates before making a long drive. We also host indoor matches in air pistol and air rifle during Oct-April.
We are currently accepting new members. To become a member, you need to have completed a state sponsored hunter education course, or complete Riley Conservation Club Safety Exam and demonstrate your ability to handle a firearm in a safe manner on the range. You can attend a meeting or a club sponsored event to join. Dues are $70 per year (Jan-Dec). For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or attend a club meeting on the second Thursday of the month at 7pm.