Membership

Canada Creek Ranch is "Hunting, Fishing, and Outdoor Recreation at its finest." We are a private club that has been in existence for over 80 years... Generations of families have been a part of CCR since it's very beginnings; and for good reason. We are a gathering of like-minded outdoor sports enthusiasts who share the same values, appreciations of the outdoors, the wildlife and their habitats; who embrace the same hobbies and interests. CCR is a place where you can experience and share all these wonderful things with friends and family for generations to come.

Becoming a member of Canada Creek Ranch (CCR) is a step-by-step process that we explain in detail in our membership packet. Our club and its members abide by a set of Rules and By-laws, which you can download and review here on our website. 

Mission Statement

The purpose of Canada Creek Ranch Association is to preserve our hunting and fishing heritage and to provide a quality outdoor environment for those other recreational activities which are unique to its woods, waters, and wildlife; and to promote among its members an enduring fellowship working to preserve its properties, and friendly spirit for future generations.  This mission is to be implemented within principles of ecologically responsible resource stewardship, sound, farsighted financial management, and respect for the dignity of fellow members.  Consistent with these objectives are the following implementation goals:
 
GOALS:
  1. Provide efficient administrative services.
  2. Provide a healthy habitat for fish and wildlife (game and non-game species for the purpose of viewing, hunting and trapping, fishing, etc..).
  3. Provide temporary rental lodging and dining facilities for the members.
  4. Provide camping facilities for the members.
  5. Make seasonal outdoor recreation opportunities available for members-promoting fellowship and family participation.
  6. Maintain a secure environment for members and property.
  7. Provide timely and efficient communication of Ranch business and activities to the members.
  8. Administer the Ranch as a community which recognizes and supports the interests of visiting low usage members and well as high usage and resident members.
  9. Code of conduct should be enforced equitably, and a spirit of self- imposed personal integrity and ethics should be promoted by and expected of the members. 
                            - Adopted March 28, 1992

Association Rules and By-Laws

Membership Downloads

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