Located in Ohioville, the Club was established in 1926/1927 and on May 15, 1943 the charter was granted. A farm of 134 acres was purchased on June 16, 1944. Current Dues are $55 the first year, then $20 yearly for members 18 and older. Junior dues are $8 the first year then $3 yearly. Monthly meetings are held the third Wednesday of the Month, except for June and July, there are no meetings, we have summer break. Meetings start at 7pm sharp. The Club House and grounds have an Indoor Pistol Range and 4 Trap Houses that are lighted and open to the public on Tuesday Nights, weather permitting. A 200-yard rifle range, 15 target Muzzle Loader range and 15 target Archery range is setup in the woods offering challenging shots, which are excellent for practice. A VA acre lake is stocked with Trout for the season and a youth fishing contest in May which is attended by approximately 100 eager young anglers, that leave the contest with Big Smiles and Great Prizes. The Midland Club is PROUD to be the host of the Beaver County Sportsmen’s Conservation League Youth Field Day. 150 girls and boys from the area come to our club to learn about Conservation and other outdoor activities. In August the Family Picnic is held, where members and their families gather for a great time, great food and refreshments. Hunting on Club property and the adjacent State Game Lands, that consists of 1100 acres is very good. We look forward to seeing you and welcoming you to our Club for a meeting or activity soon.