About Us

Spring Valley Sportsmen’s Club was incorporated as a non-profit entity in 1943 in Lehigh County.  It was formed to promote recreational activities and to assist in improving  hunting, fishing and sporting activities in the vicinity of Spring Valley and its environs.

Spring Valley Sportsmen’s Club is located in the small hamlet of Spring Valley, Pennsylvania.  The county lines of Lehigh County and Northampton County run through its 7 acre property.  On the northwest side of its property runs the popular Saucon Rail Trail, which connects the town of Hellertown to Coopersburg. 

On its 7 acre property, it has a 1,100 square foot clubhouse for its members to meet and socialize.  Close by, a 1,000 square foot pavilion is used during spring, summer and fall months for club activities. The pavilion and clubhouse, along with the rest of the grounds, can also be rented for personal use by members and non-members alike. 

A small creek runs through its property, eventually making its way to the Saucon Creek at the Weyhill Golf Course.  This small creek feeds the club’s cooperative trout nursery, which is one of 96 nurseries in Pennsylvania. Since its existence in 1995, the co-op trout nursery has stocked over 57,000 trout in local streams in Lehigh and Northampton counties.

Spring Valley Sportsmen's Club,
Feb 8, 2021, 1:34 PM