We offer many opportunities for you to enjoy the shooting sports. Our club has ranges for skeet, trap, rifle and pistol. We also run a Sporting Clay range during our annual Pig Roast. Download the club layout to view range details.
|Skeet||A small group of members open the skeet range May to September and into October sometimes. This is usually Wednesday at 1pm but is not guaranteed. However, they do welcome you to join if they are there. You can also shoot skeet during Trap League.|
|Trap||With three trap houses, we have plenty of room for everyone. We run a Trap League June to September, with practice starting the first Thursday in May. Trap League is on Thursday and Sunday ending the Sunday before Labor Day at our annual Pig Roast.
Learn more about our Trap League.
|Rifle||A two lane, 200-yard range with covered bench is available as well as a separate 25 / 50-yard lane to help get on paper faster. The 200-yard range is limited to 100 yards when the Skeet range is in use.
We sponsor a NRL22 shoot to help you improve or fine tune your rifle skills through various scenarios. This is normally the second Saturday of each month as listed on our events calendar. Visit our NRL22 page for more details about the meets.
|Pistol||We have a permanent covered shooting area at 50-yards and posts marking the 25-yard line. But through agreement, shooters are welcome to move forward for shorter distances. All shooters must agree to the same shooting distance as the target backboards are fixed at the berm. We have plans to improve our pistol range to increase the safety level and convenience of all shooters. This range is used for training by regional law enforcement so may be closed at times.
An informal group meets on Thursdays during Trap League to share knowledge and provide guidance on improving your shooting knowledge. This is a low cost way to learn about pistol shooting.