Trap/Skeet Calendar

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Testimonials

"The people are the best and the facilities are terrific... Once we get this weather fixed, it'll be PERFECT!..."

Jim Wargula

Trap Range Info & Schedules

Each discipline requires different protocols, and you are welcome to come out even if you are new to shooting sports. If you are new, we have members that will help you get started. If you have been shooting for a while, and would like to get better, we have members to help with that too. Take the time to look over what is required for the different sports, and come on out to the club. We know you'll have a great time!




Trap Shooting

If you would like to come out and trap shoot, and have not shot before, here is a link to the Amateur Trap Association web site, and a great getting started page they have put together. It does a great job of walking you through what you need and also some rules so you know what to expect when you get here. The article if from 2010, so some of the cost associated with the things you need may be out of date.

Skeet Shooting
Like Trap shooting Skeet shooting is a lot of fun.  Cost and some of the safety equipment are the same as trap. Your shot gun needs are a little different. The NSSA is a great resource to refer back to if you need some information.


Hours

Trap and Skeet are open when the club house is open with some exceptions.

Saturday and Sunday, year-round, 10:00AM TO 2:00PM

Closed some holidays, with exceptions for shoots and skeet leagues. Consult club calendar.

Thursdays, winter hours, 11am – 3pm

Thursdays, Summer hours, 11am – 8pm

We change to winter hours when skeet completes their fall league.

We change to summer hours when skeet starts their summer league.

There are exceptions for any shoots being conducted on a particular range and/or the club house in use.







Each discipline requires different protocols, and you are welcome to come out even if you are new to shooting sports. If you are new, we have members that will help you get started. If you have been shooting for a while, and would like to get better, we have members to help with that too. Take the time to look over what is required for the different sports, and come on out to the club. We know you'll have a great time!

Trap Shooting
If you would like to come out and trap shoot, and have not shot before, here is a link to the Amateur Trap Association web site, and a great getting started page they have put together. It does a great job of walking you through what you need and also some rules so you know what to expect when you get here. The article if from 2010, so some of the cost associated with the things you need may be out of date.

Skeet Shooting
Like Trap shooting Skeet shooting is a lot of fun.  Cost and some of the safety equipment are the same as trap. Your shot gun needs are a little different. The NSSA is a great resource to refer back to if you need some information.

Hours

Trap and Skeet are open when the club house is open with some exceptions.

Saturday and Sunday, year-round, 10:00AM TO 2:00PM

Closed some holidays, with exceptions for shoots and skeet leagues. Consult club calendar.

Thursdays, winter hours, 11am – 3pm

Thursdays, Summer hours, 11am – 8pm

We change to winter hours when skeet completes their fall league.

We change to summer hours when skeet starts their summer league.

There are exceptions for any shoots being conducted on a particular range and/or the club house in use.