The Ten Mile River Preserve is a private membership club that caters to outdoor enthusiasts. It is located on the eastern border of Dutchess County, just 84 miles from Midtown Manhattan. The club offers unparalleled hunting and fishing opportunities to its members and guests.

The property spans over 3,000 acres and comprises upland hunting fields and hardwood ridges dotted with conifer swamps and cover that provide a haven for furred and feathered animals. The landscape also includes 200 acres of lakes and 3.5 miles of the Ten Mile River that flows through the middle of the club.

The Ten Mile River Preserve offers various outdoor adventures, such as upland bird hunting for Pheasant, Quail, and Hungarian & Chukar Partridge, wild hunting for Duck, Geese, Turkey, and White-tail deer, and Sporting Clays, which features a 25-station world-class course, along with four exciting and challenging clay target games. Additionally, the club offers fishing opportunities (fly fishing, offshore, or by boat), gun dog training and boarding (open to the public), and shooting instruction (open to the public).