The Daniel Boone Conservation League, a “Members Only Club” established in 1929, is located in Richfield, Wisconsin and is dedicated to preserving our natural resources. Located only 5 miles west of Highway 41/45 on Highway 167, the club has over 300 acres of land devoted to nature trails, scout grounds, fishing ponds, and shooting ranges with the purpose of promoting shooting sports.
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DBCL has a resident Grounds Manager. They are available for assistance from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM or dusk, whichever comes earlier.
The Grounds Managers responsibilities include maintenance of the DBCL grounds and assistance to DBCL members during the specified standard hours. Except for medical\safety emergencies, do not ask for help outside of standard hours.
You can contact the DBCL Grounds Manager, Steve West at 262-422-7011.
The DBCL main hall and\or bar is available for rental. See the Hall Rental Form for more information or contact MarySusan Diedrich at 262-246-3700 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A beautiful mowed-meadow surrounded by forested hiking trails amid glacial terrain awaits you at the DBCL club’s grounds. Scout Troops can enjoy a low-cost, private outdoor area close to home. (Water pump, flagpole, covered dining area, portable toilet, and lots of wildlife included.) Our Club also has a wetland protection area with bog-walk and a 60-plus acre native prairie restoration.
For reservations or more information please contact Tim Steinke, Scout Grounds director, 262-305-0215.
Members, please encourage your friends involved in Scouting to make use of this great facility.
Hunting on the grounds
DBCL offers turkey and deer hunting on the club grounds to members. An application and fee is required and the slots are selected by lottery.
For more information contact Hunt Chairman, Dan Joel at (262) 893-1936 or (262) 628-3723.
DBCL Hunting Zones (Spring Turkey) map
DBCL Hunting Zones (Archery Deer) map