Hiawatha Sportsman's Club
Welcome to the Hiawatha Sportsman's Club! We are situated on thirty five thousand acres of forests, spring-fed streams, lakes and winding trails. This is the great North, land of the bear, whitetails and wild brooks. This is sportsman's country!
Whether you are fishing in Lake Millecoquins, one of our three private lakes, three spring fed stocked trout ponds or our 30 miles of isolated rivers and streams, you can be assured of a spectacular fishing experience. Members enjoy fishing for Salmon, Brook Trout, Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout, Northern Pike, Bass, Walleye at Hiawatha.
The diversity of trees, lakes, streams, & canyons are astounding and it has cultivated an abundance of spectacular wildlife. Species found throughout the Hiawatha Sportman's Club include: whitetail deer, bear, grouse, coyote, wolves, and beaver. Hunting season involves many great sportsman from our club. Trophy bucks are not uncommon for our many members. Harvests will continue to be very good with the continued management of our whitetail deer herd.
Hiawatha Sportsman's Golf Course
The Hiawatha Club owns and operates its own 9 hole golf course that is open to the public. Located off of US 2 in Naubinway Michigan, the Hiawatha Golf Course offers a private course experience. Quietly tucked away in the northern hardwoods, our course is player friendly but with its own personality. The course was originally built in 1932. Although it has been reworked extensively in recent years, it retains many of the characteristics of the early course including a brutal par 3 to finish.
Surrounded by Beauty & Adventure
Located in the wilderness of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, the Hiawatha Sportsmans Club is rich in history, hunting, fishing, canoeing, hiking, golfing, and more! Members enjoy taking advantage of the many splendors and benefits that being a member includes.
The Hiawatha Sportsman’s Club’s Mission is to ensure the future of the Club through sound management practices that protects and preserves the land, ensures that members conduct themselves as responsible sportspersons while engaged in all recreational activities, and that the recreational pursuits enjoyed by the members are conducted in a manner that does not negatively impact upon the Club’s natural resources or the rights and privileges of other members.