Kent County Conservation League
KCCL was founded in 1930. The club consists of over 170 acres of wooded and open land with varying terrain for every shooting venue. The facility is located just outside, to the East, of the Grand Rapids metro area in Ada Michigan and is the largest , most upscale, shooting sports club in West Michigan . Continual upgrades and constant maintenance to the facility keeps it in tip top condition and a place in which you will be proud to be a member or to bring guests. Our members come from the surrounding cities and towns of Grand Rapids, Lowell, Cascade, Rockford, East Grand Rapids, Ionia, Walker, Grandville, Byron Center and all over West Michigan and Kent and Ionia Counties.
The club hosts many corporate events throughout the year for many of the areas businesses who want to bring employees, vendors and associates out for a fun day of shooting and dinner. Our club does it all for the event sponsor. There is a complete kitchen and staff to cater to lunch or dinner menus.
Some of the local events we host each year are: Mercantile Banks annual shoot and fund raiser. Gander Mountain's annual sales and new product seminar ( a week long event), Trout Unlimited, Ducks Unlimited, Ruffed Grouse Society, Boy Scouts of America, Hunters Safety and Education, Amway Flight Crew as well as many security, police and federal law enforcement agencies also use our facilities.
Our facility is also available for private parties, there are two club houses available and food can be provided by our kitchen and staff if you wish.
We make it easy for you, just contact our club manager and make your arrangements today.
Our club offers the following shooting venues:
- 50 or 100 target sporting clays course
- 5 Skeet Fields
- 4 Trap Fields
- Wobble Trap
- Pistol Range
- Personal Defense Classes
- Big Bore Rifle Range
- 3D Archery
- Skeet instruction
KCCL sponsors nationally advertised shooting events and attracts shooters from all over Michigan and the surrounding states. We have held the Great Lakes Sporting Championship and are the home of the 2010 Michigan Sporting Clays Championship, two of the biggest events in the sport.