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  • ​January 1 - Board Meeting 7pm
  • January 5 - New Member Orientation 2pm​
  • January 15 - Open Meeting 7pm
                          - Juniors Meeting 7pm

  • January 19 - All You can Eat Seafood Dinner 3 & 5:30pm
                            order tickets see ad below

  • January 26 - FunShoot 8:30am (weather Permitting)
  • January 27 - Trout Co-op Meeting/Orientation 1pm
  • ​Feb 2 - Egg Shoot (weather permitting)
  • Feb 3 - New Member Orientation 2pm
  • Feb 5 - Board Meeting 7pm
  • ​Feb 10 - Junior Activity -Winter Blues 1pm
  • Feb 19 - Open Meeting 7pm
                    - Juniors Meeting 7pm

  • Feb 23 - FunShoot 8:30 am  (weather permitting)
  • Legislative Action Alerts from our
  • ​   National Organization
  • Conservation Currents 

York News

As of July 1, 2016, PA Act153, requires that ALL minors (anyone under the age of 18), must be accompanied by a parent or guardian when on club grounds, at any time, for any reason.

Seafood Dinner is still on as scheduled for today

York Chapter #67

Izaak Walton League of America

Our State Organization

Our National Organization


Very active Juniors program for youth ages 8 to 18.

​Archery Range, 25, 35, 50 yard static and 10 position wooded trail.

Trap range, with voice active throwers for open trap nights.

Firearms ranges, multipostion 25, 50, 100 and 200 yards.

Stocked fishing pond.

Co-op trout nursery and stocking program.

Pheasant raise and release program.

Entire grounds is a dog training area.

Camping areas, picnic areas and hiking trails.

Clubhouse and pavilions for member rental.

Scholarships program for York County College students.

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Defenders ​of soil, air, woods water and wildlife

Who We Are

Founded in 1922, the Izaak Walton League is one of the nation's oldest and most respected conservation organizations.  York Chapter #67 is part of a powerful grassroots network of more than 40,000 members and 300 local chapters nationwide. The League takes a common sense approach toward protecting our nations heritage and improving outdoor recreational opportunities for all.  Please, take a look inside, learn about us and our work, and consider joining us.