Pleasant Valley Trout and Game Club promotes conservation and propagation of fish and game, good sportsmanship, and good citizenship. The Club offers regular events and training for adults and youth.
A small group of citizens in the Pleasant Valley, NY area joined together to share the fellowship and responsibilities of being outdoor enthusiasts. Pleasant Valley Trout and Game Club founding date was 1946 and we were incorporated in 1953 as a not-for-profit organization with a focus on conservation and the propagation of fish and game.
Pleasant Valley Trout and Game Club goals include promoting good sportsmanship, good citizenship, and working for the respect and acknowledgment of the rights of area landowners. A small clubhouse was built on nine acres along Great Spring Creek bordering Salt Point Turnpike, just north of the Village of Pleasant Valley. Since that time, the organization, the clubhouse (now 35′ x 85′), and the club property (over 90 acres) have grown in both size and community involvement. Many activities directly support and benefit the people living in the Dutchess County region.