LCCIWLA

Loudoun County Chapter of the Izaak Walton League of America

Defenders of Soil, Air, Woods, Waters, and Wildlife
Local Chapter est 1951


Mission Statement: To conserve, restore, and promote the sustainable use and enjoyment of our natural resources, including soil, air, woods, waters, and wildlife.

Joining is simple.

Membership meetings are held on the the 2nd Monday of every month. We are currently meeting via Zoom. If you are a member, or on our mailing list, the zoom meeting link is in your newsletter. If you do not have the link, email communications@lcciwla.org for the link.


The Loudoun County Chapter IWLA's Chapter House is hub of the chapter. Under normal circumstances, classes and membership meetings are held here.

The Loudoun County Chapter of the IWLA has events for all ages and interests. Bird watching, bat counting, lectures given by experts in their field, children's fishing derby, and much more!

Our Loudoun County Chapter's 3D Archery and Practice Range occupies nearly half of the of the chapter's property, and is open to all members in good standing regardless of skill level. Whether you shoot a long bow, re-curve, or compound, the archery range is a year-round archer's haven.


The Sight-In Range is open Mon-Sat when a Range Officer is on duty, check the calendar to see if a volunteer is signed up. Shooting lanes are 25, 50, and 100 yards and can accommodate pistols, rifles, and muzzleloaders.

Check the calendar for a 5 Stand Fun Shoot, come out and shoot a round of skeet, or just try to catch that "rabbit" trap!

The Chapter offers Firearms Training with NRA certified instructors and a variety of classes for all levels and abilities

Learning should not be boring. We have classes on numerous topics that you don't find just anywhere, such as the bat monitoring class pictured above!

The pond is the jewel of the property, stocked and ready for you to catch dinner!

The Loudoun County Chapter has sponsored several neat Eagle Scout projects on our property.

Campsites

Enjoy the day at the Chapter and stay the night, too. Camp in a wooded site or at the pond. Campsites are primitive but have firewood, fire ring, table, and water bucket.

Pavilions

There are several pavilions of various sizes on the property and they are all available for use by our members.

LCCIWLA awards two scholarships every year. Applications are due by April 15 of each year.