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Izaak Walton League of America
Fort Wayne Chapter

Bringing Communities Together, Through Outdoor Activities

Our Mission

The League's approach to conservation is deeply rooted in the outdoor traditions - hunting, fishing, canoeing, and camping - that our founders enjoyed.  In communities nationwide, League chapters have been - and remain - a gateway to the outdoors where generations of Americans caught a fish, shot a rifle, or took their very first steps to protect the environment.

Hiking & Camping

Our hiking trails offer up low terrain adventure for you, our family and your pets.  Enjoy the sights and sounds of natures as you explore our trails. 


Keep an eye out for the local wildlife as you hike, and feel free to bring your pet along for the journey.

We also have a couple of primitive camp sites which can be reserved.  They have a fire and a place for your tent.  If you are interested Contact Us.

Come out and experience the great outdoors with us today.

Shooting Range

Our Outdoor Activities and Shooting Ranges offer a safe and enjoyable experience for all skill levels.

Our Range Safety Officers ensure a secure environment for everyone.

We offer multiple Trap & Skeet fields with advance remote launch capabilities.

We have a world class outdoor Rifle & Pistol Ranges with interactive steel targets.

We also have outdoor Archery with 3-D targets for a unique and challenging experience.


We offer a variety of outdoor activies, including fishing in our stocked private pond.

Out pond is stocked with bass, crappies, blue gill, and sunfish. 


Fish from the shore, our pier which juts out to the middle of the pond, or from our rowboat with life preservers provided.

Come enjoy a peaceful day fishing and take home your catch.

Club House Rental

Our Club House is the perfect venu for any outdoor activity or shooting range event.

Our large room can accommodate up to 100 people with tables, chairs and a refrigerator.

Plus, you'll enjoy picturesque views of the flower garden.


Nancy Newhall

"The wilderness holds answer to questions man has not yet learned to ask"

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