The clubhouse is nestled between large oaks and blends into the surrounding area. The dining rooms are paneled with oak, maple, cherry and apple, cut and timbered from the property. The walls have a variety of artful wildlife prints. A frame of interest is the Ohio license collection, starting from the very first license issued to present time. This collection was donated to the Club by Gary Seifert. One wall has two very large murals of outdoor scenes. There are many wildlife mounts surrounding the large, high ceiling in the meeting room. A very interesting one is a cougar (American Lion). Does anyone remember the Mercury Cougar in the TV Ad’s. It's on display on the mantel of the large stone fire place. The club house is available for rent to members and the Brookfield Community. For more information contact Robert Bridge at firstname.lastname@example.org
The trap range has lighted concrete firing positions.
There are several range targets across from Club House with additional targets throughout the woods, also available are 3 D targets.
The firing positions on all ranges are covered.
25 / 50 yd Rifle / Pistol Ranges
50 /100 yd Rifle Range
200 yd Rifle Range
Cowboy Shoot Range
There are several ranges in the complex with steel reset-able knock down targets, perfect for the cowboy enthusiast
The 2 acre fishing pond is a fully stocked
Catch and Release only
230 Acres of wooded land to hunt on for squirrel, deer, pheasant and rabbit