Located in Michigan’s Eastern Upper Peninsula, The Hiawatha Sportsman’s Club encompasses 55 square miles of member-only wilderness equaling 35,000 acres. The Club was organized in 1927 by a group of men who were interested in establishing an expansive vacation center which would appeal to people from all walks of life.  Today it remains the largest privately held property in the eastern United States. 
  • Unsurpassed natural scenic beauty
  • Lake Michigan frontage
  • Exclusive trout streams, trout ponds, and inland lakes
  • Beautiful wilderness river
  • Extensive trail system
  • Exceptional 9-hole golf course and pro shop
  • Rental cabins and campground
  • Rifle, archery, and trap ranges
  • Maintained hiking trails
  • Various outdoor recreation opportunities
  • Historic Museum
  • Private air strip
  • Special interest clubs
  • Events with outstanding membership participation
  • Groomed snowmobile & cross country ski trails

What We Provide

The Hiawatha Sportsman’s Club offers all of this with low annual membership fees. In addition, the common ownership of this vast natural landscape gives its members a great sense of pride. With its rich history, its commitment to providing quality fishing and hunting, and its abundant family recreation opportunities, The Hiawatha Sportsman’s Club provides its members unparalleled benefits and value.

Becoming a member of the Hiawatha Sportsman’s Club is a step-by-step process that can be reviewed in our membership information packet.

HSC By-Laws & General Rules

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Please Contact Us to request a membership application or to answer any questions you may have.