The Bunker Hill Fish and Game Club was founded in 1954. The grounds now consist of approximately 60 acres encompassing a campground, shooting range, pond, and woodlands bordering Big Pipe Creek; East of the town of Bunker Hill, Indiana. It is a private club with approximately 160 members.
You can see an aerial view of the grounds at maps.google.com, Just type "Bunker Hill Fish and Game Club" into the search bar.
The prime objective of this organization shall be to conserve and restore wildlife to our waters and natural habitat and to support any legislation designed for that purpose.
The organization shall function to safeguard and restore the wise use of all renewable natural resources of our country. Especially the preservation of suitable and abundant habitat for fish and game. This includes all waters and all land whether it is forest or open land.