The Vigo County Conservation Club Is A Not-For-Profit Organization That Does Not Discriminate Against Religion, Race, Creed, Or Sex.
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"We Do Not Inherit The Earth From Our Ancestors, We Borrow It From Our Children"
(Native American Proverb)
The purpose of The Vigo County Conservation Club in cooperation with
the DNR is to promote and protect the trees, shrubs and lakes. Also to
guard against poachers and unauthorized hunters so that the wildlife
can live and roam freely on our grounds.
The VCCC was organized as an Indiana not-for-profit
corporation in 1938.
The Vigo County Conservation Club has a total
of 364 acres of land. There are 4 lakes for fishing, trails
for hiking and trails for ATV. For members, we have a
a gun range and a Spot Shoot currently in the process of
being formed. We also have a clubhouse with a full
kitchen that can also be rented for your private
functions. For members, we offer camping, hiking,
fishing , and many family oriented events, some open to
the public, some are members and family only.
We are a private club with membership meetings on the
1st Saturday of every month. New members are voted in
at that time.
Our Astronomer In Residence (James C. Wallace) hosts
a monthly event called "Eye On The Sky" for all you
stargazers. Times to be announced in advanced. The
public is invited.
In June, we have our annual Kid's Fishing Rodeo with a Pancake Breakfast that is open to the public
I We have a Gathering Of The Nations Pow Wow in
September that brings Native Americans together from all
over the nations with drumming, dancing, teaching for
the children and entire family. Plus great food and
vendor booths. The public is invited!
All in all there is plenty of fun for the entire family
and a great feeling to be a part of something that is
ever growing and making a difference in the Wabash
Valley! Come and join us today!