About Elks

The Elks are one of the largest and most active fraternal organizations in the world.

The Elks are involved in a wide variety of programs, from scholarships to drug education to Veterans Services.

Public service is an integral part of being an Elk. In keeping with this tradition, Elks create and participate in many programs to better their communities and demonstrate that Elks Care – Elks Share!

The Elks are a 100% volunteer organization. We are always looking for people who can help our programs. Your donation of time and/or money is invaluable. Each year the Elks help many people through their ScholarshipVeteran and Sweetheart Programs.

Elks – Who We Are

Founded: Feb.16, 1868, in New York

Number of lodges nationwide: 2,100

Motto: Elks care, Elks share

Charitable giving: Since 1878, the Elks have given away more than $3.5 billion to charitable, welfare, educational and veterans programs. They award an estimated $3.3 million in college scholarships a year.

Famous Elks:

  • Harry Truman
  • Gerald Ford
  • Lawrence Welk
  • Clint Eastwood

“Elks, Ahead of their Time” – Great Article, check it out

Lodge Hours:
Sunday:  3 pm to ~ 10 pm (During Football season we open at noon)
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday: 5 pm to Midnight
Friday & Saturday: 5 pm to 2 am

RV Hook-ups are available for overnight Elks only visitors
Spaces available, First Come First Serve

Free Wireless Internet Connection