About Us

The Randolph Fish and Game Club is the oldest continuously active club of it’s kind in the state of Vermont. With a membership of approximately 110, primarily from the Randolph/Braintree/Bethel area, we also have members from across the state and a few other states as well. We are the most active club in the state in teaching the state-mandated hunter safety courses and were so honored by the Game and Fish dept. at the 2000 annual banquet of the state Hunter Safety Trainer’s Association. We also sponsor a number of children each year to the Buck Lake 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 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
  • 9 acres at Pickeral Pond in Brookfield