The Chester Game Association is a primer sportsman' club that is located on 1600 acres of scenic land in Morris County, New Jersey. If you are looking to hunt pheasant, quail, and partridge Chester Game Association releases them throughout the season.
The property is classified as semi-wild the club is able to enjoy extended hunting seasons seven days a week. The public is welcome to visit and shoot trap on the property as well.
Equipped with tables, chairs, gun racks, and shade trees, Chester Game Association is the perfect place for a day outdoors with the grassy layout and paved trap stations going from 16 to 27 yards.
The club is now celebrating 80 years of continuous operation since it was founded in 1939 under the name Chester Game Protective Association before changing its name to The Chester Game Association.