Conservation Alliance

An Alliance of Hunting, Fishing, and Sportsman's Clubs in Fond du Lac County

Oakfield Conservation Club

The Oakfield Conservation Club, Inc. was founded in 1949 for the purpose of the conservation of wild plants, animal life, and the natural resources.  In 1958, the club was incorporated and registered with the Register of Deeds of Fond du Lac County.  Their first corn roast was held in 1959 and this has become one of their annual events that attracts people from all around the area.  Today, the club owns Farm #1 which is 173 acres, including Lake Allen, Farm #2 which is 209 acres, and 13 acres of land which includes the club house and additional storage facilities.  The club also maintains Raspberry Lake by stocking fish, mowing the grass, and treating the weeds in the lake.  The Oakfield Pond is also maintained and stocked by the club.

Meeting and Membership Information

Mailing Address: Oakfield Conservation Club, W7870 E. Clark Rd, Oakfield, WI 54065

Phone: 920-922-8113

Meeting Location: Clubhouse located at W7717 Highbridge Rd.

Meeting Dates: Club Directors meet the first Sunday of the Month and the
                          membership meets four times a year.

Meeting Times: 7:00pm

Annual Membership Cost: $35




Club Officers
 President Marc Sobotta
 V. President

 Danita Legler

 Secretary Terry Sobotta 920-922-8113
 Treasurer Jackie Rymer