Twilight Tuesday Shoot. June 11 – 75 Target Shoot @ 6 PM sharp

Warm evenings are a beautiful time to shoot with the angles of light changing the look of the targets. Join us for our summer evening shoots on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays.

As is usual with these “Shotgun Start” shoots, come early and find a group to join or build one with your friends. At 6 pm sharp, all groups will be assigned to stations and then we head out to the course for a Shotgun Start.

The Lodge will be closed during the shoot.  No late arrivals will be allowed on the course.

  • Pay and be ready to shoot with a squad by 6 pm
  • $25 / $15 youth
  • 75 Targets on Sporting Clays

Summer Hours Reminder

No need for the puffy jackets these days. Don’t forget our summer operating hours.

The course is looking better and better.

Weekends 9 am to 1 pm

Open every Saturday and Sunday for open shooting from 9 am to 1 p.m.

Course shut down begins one-half hour before closing so be sure to arrive with time to finish by 1 pm so our hardworking volunteers can finish their tasks.

Twilight Tuesday Shoots @ 6 pm (Shotgun Start)

– 2nd and 4th Tuesday
– Sporting Clays 75 targets 
– You need to pay and be ready to shoot with a group by 6 pm
– $25 / Youth $15
– No late arrivals allowed on course

Workday Wednesday Shoots @ 10 am (Shotgun Start)

– 1st and 3rd Wednesdays
– Sporting Clays 75 targets 
– You need to pay and be ready to shoot with a group by 10 am
– $25 / Youth $15
– No late arrivals allowed on course

Let’s be safe out there!

Whew, seems that summer has arrived with a bang. As have the tourists, family and friends, and school will soon be out. We’d like to remind everyone of our safety rules and encourage you to help anyone who may not be aware of these safe practices.

Click here to read our rules but absolutely the most important one:

When waiting your turn or walking between stations or your car, your gun must be empty and the action left open at all times. Over/unders or side-by-sides must be carried broken open with the barrels pointing forward and down. The semi-auto must be carried with the barrel pointing upwards, breech open and facing forwards and the shotgun unloaded; otherwise it can be safely carried unloaded in a gun slip. 5-Stand shooters must unload and keep action open when moving between shooting stands. Never point the muzzle of a firearm at anything you are not willing to harm.

Also, if you are bringing guests of any age who want to watch, they must register at the shooting shack upon entering the grounds and before proceeding to the course.