Open to all members with shooting from 8:30AM to sundown 360 days each year. Ceasefire is called approximately one half hour before sunset. Closed for two work weekends and on Christmas Day. The range property has been owned by the Association since 1935 and is surrounded by a watershed area so there will be no additional development. A paved road leads to the ranges and the clubhouse.
Clubhouse: Built in early ‘80s with kitchen facilities, rest rooms and a large meeting area with tables and folding chairs. Upper floor is residence for year round Caretaker / Range Officer. Lower level contains rest rooms, storage rooms and garage.
Range Store: Located inside the clubhouse front door the range store sells rental items such as clay bird throwers, target frames and staple guns. It also sells targets and shooting accessories. It does not sell ammo or firearms and there are no plans to do so in future. The store is open daily from 9-4 in the winter and 9-5 in the summer.
Handgun Range: Twenty five and fifty yard stands with turning targets at 25 yard range. Portable target frames are used to shoot at closer distances. Covered firing ports with electricity available for match amplifiers, chronographs, etc. There is a light and sound system for cease-fires. Forty-seven firing ports with barricades for police combat. Shooting benches scattered throughout. Right hand side is reserved for black powder shooters and has racks to ease in loading. Target frames are needed for this range, available for rental or purchase at the range store. Children under 12 are not permitted to use this range and over 12 they must attend a safety course to do so.
Rifle Range: 50 yard, 50 meter, and 100 yard. There are seventy firing positions with the 20 right hand positions reserved for smallbore. Many shooting benches are available. Covered firing ports with electricity available for match amplifiers, chronographs, etc. There is a light and sound system for cease-fires. There is a large shed with scoring tables and benches for use during matches and clinics. Target frames are needed for this range, available for rental or purchase at the range store.
Multi-Purpose Range: Uncovered firing positions to accommodate 25 shooters. .22 rim fire caliber only. Formal targets are only available for matches. Bring your own targets at other times. Informal falling plates are available at all times. Electricity is available for match amplifiers, chronographs, etc. A shed is available for storing match equipment.
High Power Rifle Range: 200 and 300-yard with pits. The 300-yard line is covered. There are 32 target positions in pits. Firing is done at the 200-yard line until 1:00PM and then switches to the 300-yard line except during matches. A large shed is available to store the match equipment for the wide variety of competitions held. Target frames in the pits permit members to staple targets onto the face. Competition targets have their own frames that are attached to the movable uprights.
Shotgun Range: This range is informal. Members attach their own traps to a wide rail provided and throw their own clay birds or can rent throwers for $20 at the range store. There is also a five-stand for use by members and guest at a charge per bird of $.30 This range is used for basic shotgun training and safety courses.
Archery Range: Various targets, including full sized deer targets are scattered in a tree covered area. Firing is done from a small platform and is informal.