About Us

Established in 1933, The Randolph Fish and Game Club is the oldest continuously active club of its kind in the state of Vermont. Our membership consists of approximately 110 primarily from the Randolph/Braintree/Bethel area. We also have members from all over the State of Vermont and from several other states in the US. We are the most active club in the state of Vermont teaching the state-mandated hunter safety courses. We were so honored as such by the Game and Fish department at their 2000 annual banquet of the state Hunter Safety Trainers Association. We are a proud sponsor of youth for the Green Mountain Conservation Camp run by the State of Vermont.

The Club Maintains:

  • large clubhouse on Lefebvre Road (3/4 mile up Fish Hill from Rt. 66). Visible just south of I-89 off exit 4
  • 120 acres at the main location
  • 100 yard outdoor range with covered shooting bench
  • 3-D archery course
  • Lighted trap range
  • Indoor pistol and rifle range (.22 only)
  • 20 acres fenced rabbit grounds
  • 138 acres at Rolling Rock on Braintree Hill, VT
  • 7 acres at Pickerel Pond in Brookfield, VT