The Nevada City Elks have their own fundraisers that benefit several local community as well as national projects. These projects focus on children with disabilities and our veterans. We also partner with other local organizations and clubs to support their
We do many things for our community through Member Services – including our Elks Ladies of 518 and regularly scheduled family meals. We also enjoy each other’s company while using our lodge, our RV club and providing memorial services for
Welcome to the Gold Country Reserve your spot now! 530-460-9826 We have seven level pull-through sites for RV’s of any length available in a quiet forested setting for $25 per night donation. Our sites has 30-amp electrical, water and WIFI.
N.C. Elks RV Facilities is taking reservations!
Welcome! Contact our Camp Host to reserve your spot now! 530-460-9826
ALL LODGE FUNCTIONS AND OUTSIDE EVENTS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED FOR NOW.
Due to the coronavirus and the mandates of the state, we have had to cancelled or postponed all events and gatherings. Stay safe.
Elks Latest News
- April 2020 – Lodge Closed March 30, 2020
- March 2020 Activities at the Lodge March 2, 2020
- February Events, Menus, and Activities at the Lodge January 30, 2020
- January Events, Menus, and Activities at the Lodge January 6, 2020
- December Events, Menus, and Activities at the Lodge December 2, 2019
- November Events, Menus, and Activities at the Lodge October 28, 2019
- October Events, Menus, and Activities at the Lodge October 2, 2019
- September Events, Menus, and Activities at the Lodge September 3, 2019
- August Events, Menus, and Activities at the Lodge July 30, 2019
- July Events, Menus, and Activities at the Lodge July 1, 2019
NEED A SPACE FOR YOUR UPCOMING EVENT?
The Nevada City Elks Lodge has accommodations for large informal or formal occasions. With space for up to 300 guests at sit-down events, 400 guests at non-food events, and plentiful parking on-site, the Lodge is a great space for your weddings, parties, reunions, and more! Call 265-4920
Elks Mission Statement
To inculcate the principles of Charity, Justice, Brotherly Love and Fidelity; to recognize a belief in God; to promote the welfare and enhance the happiness of its Members; to quicken the spirit of American patriotism; to cultivate good fellowship; to perpetuate itself as a fraternal organization, and to provide for its government, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the United States of America will serve the people and communities through benevolent programs, demonstrating that Elks Care and Elks Share.