Thank you for another wonderful Season at Hastings Island Hunting Preserve.  Although we are now on our Off-Season schedule, we are still open for Chukar Hunts, dog training in our fields, private events, trap shooting, fishing and overnight camping. We hope that you will continue to come visit us and use your Club during the Off-Season.

The Club’s Off-Season Schedule is: Wednesday through Sunday, 8:00a to 4:00p. 

We are closed during the Off-Season on Monday’s and Tuesday’s for all activities.


We are accepting deposits for the 2023 – 2024 Season.  A deposit made now for the coming season ensures that you receive the best pricing on your bird card and prepaid pheasant cleaning. Possibly more importantly, it ensures your membership for the coming season (assuming you pay off your balance in time!)  We have closed the membership early the past few years.  Don’t procrastinate and miss out!

Thank you again for your enthusiastic support of the Club and helping make this another successful year.


Grrrr….irritatingly for you and for us, our phones are down AGAIN!!!  AT&T is trying to resolve the issue.  We will let you know when things are working.  In the meantime, you can contact the Club by email at: clubmail@hihp.com

Access to the Club from Hwy 113 / Dixon is closed for the next few days, while we are experiencing wet weather.  The “back road” which runs through our neighbor’s property is currently in very poor condition and a number of drivers have become stranded.  If you are planning to visit the Club, please travel via our bridge on the Rio Vista side of the Island, using Liberty Island Road.

Specific directions, using the “From Rio Vista” or ” From Fairfield” directions, can be found on our website: www.hihp.com/directions-2.

We will let you  know as soon as this entrance re-opens.


Established for the 1968-1969 hunting season, Hastings Island Hunting Preserve is a State licensed, Zone B, pheasant club located 70 miles east of San Francisco and 35 miles southwest of Sacramento. Nestled in California’s Sacramento / San Joaquin Delta on Hastings Island, this private ranch contains an expansive 4,700 acres, with over 800 acres dedicated solely to prime upland bird cover. The balance of this family farming operation is occupied by Hastings Island Land Company, which provides a rich habitat of Delta irrigated alfalfa, corn, wheat and safflower.

Hastings Island is surrounded by river on all sides, providing you with a variety of hunting, fishing and outdoor recreational opportunities. There are activities to keep you and your family busy throughout the year. We have dog training, fishing, trapshooting, and picnicking available to our members and their families. During the spring and summer, several local dog clubs host field events.

Hunter Safety Courses, along with introductory orientation sessions are offered to familiarize new members to the Club.  We encourage and enjoy family participation which support our Junior hunters, by offering activities and safety classes.  Our personable and seasoned staff are dedicated to insuring your success.  Please call for an appointment to meet us, tour our operations, and or ask any questions not covered in our Rules and Regulations. Pheasant-Side2.