The High Lakes Outdoor Alliance (HLOA) is an organization of outdoor sports men and women who enjoy and promote the outdoor activities in Union and surrounding counties in Iowa. Our organization is a 501C3 non-profit corporation developed for the benefit of recreational opportunities in our area. The HLOA pursues all sorts of outdoor experience and conservation activities to enhance outdoor enjoyment for everyone.
One of our organizations initiatives is to raise funds that will support various projects that benefit the outdoor recreation possibilities such as: fishing, hunting, archery, shooting sports, field dog trials, hiking, cross-country skiing and canoeing. Our priority is to offer learning situations that are focused on safety for all ages.
Our goal is to provide a legacy that can be enjoyed by many future generations of outdoor lovers.
Three-Mile Lake Restoration - Click here to learn more about the project.
The 770 yard berm is still closed until further notice. Sorry for the confusion.
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June and July. Check Events Calendar or Program for Details.
June 19th Rimfire Rifle Competition
Every Tuesday in June ATA Big 50 Shoot
Every Saturday open Clay Shooting
Every Wednesday in June "Partner League"
Sunday July 17th Bob Hudek ATA Memorial Shoot
Sunday July 17th Rimfire Rifle Competition
Tuesday July 5th and July 12th ATA Big 50 Registered Shoot
Marc Roberg Facilities/Range Rental............641-344-5501
Del Skroh Trap, Skeet, 5 Stand......................515-313-8576
Austin Berry Pistol & Rifle..............................641-202-1625
Brent Harlan Pistol & Rifle..............................641-414-2116
We appreciate the support our local communities provide our organization. This event provides us the means to keep working on projects that improve Union County.
Our gun range has provided us the opportunity to bring profitable shooting tournaments to Union County. We hope to host many more events at our new, modern facility.
Our annual fishing tournament is always a lot of fun - not just for the kids. It's a great event that gets parents and kids out and active.
HLOA works with other local organizations - like our local Boy & Girl Scout groups, on several projects around the county to help improve and protect our natural resources.