Hunting, Fishing, Archery,
Rifle Range, Block Shoots, Hall Rentals,
Community Events, and More!
Blue Mountain Fish and Game Association is a private, members only club. Our Block Shoots, 3D Archery Shoots, and Raffles are open to the general public, and our Club Hall is available for rent for all your needs, such as weddings, showers, birthdays, anniversaries, or perhaps a family get-together.
To learn more about becoming a member, visit our MEMBERSHIP page.
The Club owns 46 acres in Lehigh Township, Pennsylvania with facilities that support many activities, including:
Rifle Range with 25, 40, 50 and 100 yard backstops
Archery practice butts at 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 yards and additional targets set up on a trail in the woods
Three-acre lake stocked with 12" and larger trout, as well as bass and catfish
Scenic quarries filled with trout, bass, bluegill and crappie (fishing not permitted for safety reasons)
Seasonal hunting for deer, turkey, rabbit, squirrel and stocked ringneck pheasants
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Our club meetings are held twice each month. Our General Meeting is held the second Tuesday each month at 7:00 pm, and our Officer and Committee Meeting is held on the fourth Tuesday each month at 7:00 pm.
We have so many great events planned!
We are proud to host many sporting and community events and socials. We engage in many educational activities, including the Pennsylvania Hunter-Trapper Education Course, which we provide each year.
A Brief History
1944 Blue Mountain Fish and Game Association was chartered in May by a handful of local men who had an interest in sportsmanship, and in the years to come, grew into a Sportsmen's Association.
1961 The association built a three acre lake at the site of the present Club.
1971 Present Club Hall constructed on-site, replacing the old Club Hall located off Route 946 in Danielsville, Pennsylvania.
1998 A refreshment stand with a small patio was built at the lake. This replaced the old stand that was built out of used and left over lumber and materials that members donated.
2006 A steel storage building was built.
2022 We continue to grow and continually improve our infrastructure, amenities, and our commitment to the community.