2021 Rabbit Derby Cancelled

posted Jan 4, 2021, 6:24 PM by Mike Niva

FCC annual Rabbit Derby has been cancelled because of the co-vid 19 virus.

We hope to have it again in 2022.

2020 Fundraising Banquet Cancelled

posted Jul 26, 2020, 4:30 PM by Mike Niva

With the uncertainty of the covid-19 virus, and any mandates our Governor may impose, we regret to announce the FCC Board made the decision to cancel our fundraising banquet September 2020.

FCC Board

We are now accepting New Members Club house still Closed

posted Jun 6, 2020, 3:33 AM by Mike Niva

If you would like to join FCC come to the club on any Thursday night 4 to 8 PM. Cost is $55 plus $5 deposit for gate card. 

Our club house is still closed for now. We are conducting business out side under the Pavilion during Trap shooting.

Walk up to the Pavilion and  tell anyone you want to join the club. Someone will help you.

FCC Board

Thursday Night Trap Club House is Still Closed

posted May 30, 2020, 3:06 AM by Mike Niva   [ updated Jan 5, 2021, 4:00 AM ]

To all trap shooters,
 We are going to attempt to open for trap shooting on Thursday January 7th. (Thursdays only)
The times will be from 4-8 P.M. The club house will be closed, so bring everything you need.
We will not be selling shells, food, or beverages. Social distancing will be the rule. Bring correct change or tokens if you have them, that will minimize contact. Also bring a lawn chair if you want. That will help with distancing. 

This shoot is for members only, it's not open to the public. 

                                                             Richard Gunderman
                                                             FCC President

Range is back open 5-1-2020

posted May 1, 2020, 8:48 AM by Mike Niva

 Friday May 1st.
To all FCC members:
   As you know the outdoor range has been closed for several weeks.
According to MUCC (Michigan United Conservation Clubs) of which we are a member,
we can be open because we are a private club.  This comes with RESTRICTIONS.
The range will be open to members only, period. The only reason we can open is we are private
and not open to the public. Don't bring your friends out to shoot at this time. We also need to abide by the
6 foot distance rule between individuals who do not reside in the same household.
We highly recommend you wear a face mask and bring some hand sanitizer with you. 
Please follow all CDC recommendations.
Remember everyone will be touching the range light switches etc. Please don't all rush
out to the club to shoot. There will be limited benches to use if we stay 6 ft. apart. If we see overcrowding on the
video cameras, we will be forced to close again. We would very much like to see the range stay open.
  Also, please do your part to keep the range clean. When things get back to normal, if there is 
a normal anymore, we plan to make more steel target stands for all the different yardages.
We feel we have a nice club and it only takes a few to leave a mess, so please do your part
to keep FCC clean.

                                                          Thank you
                                                          Richard Gunderman
                                                          FCC resident

All Shooters Please Read

posted Apr 13, 2020, 7:08 AM by Michael Swartz

Cleanliness at the range has been an issue for quite some time, and seems to be getting worse as of late.  The FCC board is asking for all members and guests to make an extra effort to clean up after shooting-- both at the benches, and around the berms and target areas.  We attempt to maintain a safe and clean place to shoot, and now we are asking shooters to respect the club and other members by leaving the range in “as good or better” condition than when you arrived.

Please do your share by helping in these areas:

  • ·        Police your brass
  • ·        Go downrange and collect your targets when the range is at cease fire and the range lights are on.  DO NOT leave your targets for the next guy to shoot—no matter how good their condition.  The next guy will not pick them up either, because they are “not his”, and they end up on the ground.
  • ·        DO NOT shoot the target stands that are provided!  It takes a lot of time and effort to constantly keep the range supplied.  If they continue to be shot up, we will stop providing them, and shooters will have to bring their own.
  • ·        If we see shooters that repeatedly fail to clean up after themselves, we may be forced to revoke their membership.

We thank you all in advance for your cooperation, and for keeping our facilities in excellent condition.

Thank You!!

posted Apr 6, 2020, 8:31 AM by Michael Swartz


posted Feb 28, 2020, 3:48 AM by Mike Niva

The Fruitport Conservation Club was a corporate sponsor for the Michigan Law Enforcement Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Michigan. Our club and Plunge Team raised $5600, the Muskegon Plunge Event raised $130,000. Our Team consisted of 18 plungers and many club spectators. We thank all our members and non-members that supported our team for this great event. 

FCC Board 

Rabbit & Squirrel Derby Feb 22nd, 2020

posted Jan 8, 2020, 4:16 AM by Michael Swartz

Membership Update, please read

posted Nov 6, 2019, 8:31 AM by Michael Swartz

Dear members,

Thank you all for your past support and effort to make Fruitport Conservation Club a place we can all be proud of.

Your support has allowed many improvements to the club in recent years.  We have developed a 3D archery course, built a second trap field, and added more shooting benches at the range. We also have had new sand berms built and improved portions of other berms at the range..  This past summer we added fill sand near the archery tower to eliminate flooding in that area.  We also have chosen to support many local conservation-minded projects and youth programs.

As of January 1, 2020, club dues will increase to $55 per year to offset rising costs of doing business, maintaining the club, and funding future improvements.  Our most immediate need is to rebuild the full length of the 100 yard berm.  This berm needs improvement badly, and we have been lucky to find a great deal on the sand for this project, but it is still estimated to cost approximately $20,000 to complete the berm.

Thank you for your continued support in keeping our club a nice, and safe, facility for all to enjoy.


Fruitport Conservation Club Board

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