Saginaw Field and Stream Club

Effective immediately, 5/18/2020, the club grounds and shooting ranges are open to members and their guests. Club organized events will be open to the general public. Outdoor shooting ranges will still be subject to certain guidelines during operation outlined below, but not limited to:
  • All customers and employees/volunteer workers must remain 6 feet apart from each other if they do not reside in the same household.
  • No indoor accommodations may be available to access for lounging, seating or other activities, such as clubhouses, indoor ranges.
  • Range or membership fees will be accepted per each individual events policy. Drop box, envelopes, online etc.....
  • Personal firearms, cases, and other gear should not be shared with anyone from outside your household.

  • Thank you for your understanding.

Saginaw Field and Stream is a non-profit organization with over 1,300 members. The club is one of Michigan's oldest, largest, and most active Conservation Clubs. It's purpose is to serve the public need and provide a safe environment to participate in the shooting sports. Saginaw Field and Stream is committed to firearm safety, as well as the respect and conservation of our natural resources, so that the generations that follow may enjoy the sports and activities that we enjoy today.
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Club has reopened with Limited Use

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Chronic Wasting Disease

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The Ranges

Rifle & Hand Guns

100 yard Rifle

50 yard Handgun

10 yard Handgun

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Cowboy Action Shoot

Come join the fun

Our Cowboy Action Shoot comes complete with period looking builds

Regular events held in Saginaw

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Indoor and Outdoor

Shoot from the comfort of our indoor range

Or use one of our several outdoor ranges

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Skeet and Trap Shooting

Regular Shoots 2 Times a Week

Open to the public

Join our trap team

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Black Powder

Rifle and Shotgun Shooting

Black Powder Shooting

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Youth Programs

Archery and Rifle

Annual Hunters Safety

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Camping by the lake

Free camping for all members

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Winter Sports

Snowshoeing and Cross-country Skiing

A great way to see the woodland in the winter

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Hall Rental available

A room for smaller events up to 45 people

Hall for up to 286 people

Full kitchen

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Women's Programs

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Walking Trails

Nice trails for the whole family to enjoy

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Boat Racing

Local Radio Controlled Club

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Calender of Events

Mission Statement

Promote conservation and sportsmanship among sports persons and the general public through example and instruction; conserve and responsibly harvest our wildlife and natural resources; guard our land and waters against pollution and invasive species; cooperate with federal, state and local authorities in the propagation and conservation of fish and game; promote safe participation in the shooting sports.

Membership Meetings

Membership Meetings are the 3rd Thursday of the Month, September through May Dinner at 6 PM and Meeting at 7 PM. Please check the monthly newsletter for the dinner menu. All members are invited to attend our monthly Board Meeting every Monday after the 3rd Thursday at 7PM. This is your chance to find out what plans are underway for the future.
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Become A Member

If you are interested in becoming a member you need to stop by the clubhouse on Saturdays between 9:00 AM and 2:00 PM or on Tuesdays between 3:00 PM and 6:00 PM.


  • New General: $115 includes one time charge of $45
  • Associate: $35.00 (a family member residing at the same address as a general member)
  • Optional Indoor Archery: $20
  • Gate Card: $10

Lake Vitek

Lake Vitek is approximately 17 acres of man made lake. The depth reaches about 5-6 ft. You will find bluegill, crappies, largemouth bass, some perch, and I've even heard of a northern pike being landed. The fishing is on a catch and release basis. The reason for this is so more of our members can enjoy the sport of fishing and maybe catch the 'big one', and to also preserve the future population of the fish in our lake. There is a handicap fishing ramp on the west end of the lake, near the entrance. No motors are allowed on any boats on the lake, this is so we can try to keep the pollution in the lake to a minimum. Around the lake in several spots are picnic tables and some chairs, so you can sit, relax and enjoy the scenery. The entrance to the lake is on the south side of the property on Gleaner Rd. It has it's own access gate separate from the main gate. Come out and see for yourself what a beautiful lake and other fine facilities we have.


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Michigan's No. 1 Conservation Club

Our Little Piece of Up North

1296 N Gleaner Rd

Saginaw, Michigan 48609