NO, this is a shotgun range only
YES, but we do offer memberships that give you discounts; see the “membership fees” page
YES, we encourage it. We will assist you in getting comfortable with handling a shotgun, safety and accuracy
YES, the entire family is welcome weather they shoot or not, we only require that ear and eye protection be used for everyone
YES, under your supervision. If you feel uneasy with that, our staff can assist you with your children and review gun safety.
YES, see our club rules in regards to the types and sizes of shotguns and shotgun shells that are allowed
NO, there are two courses; both courses are just over a mile round trip
YES, you may bring the carts, gas or electric. We do not allow four-wheelers. We have a designated area for trailer parking.
YES, see our events page for those shoot dates.
YES, we can sign you up with the NSCA the day of the shoot and walk you through the process and partner you with a seasoned shooter
YES, we have an 80’ X 40’ covered pavilion for your group and we will assist you in setting up your event if you want our help. Call our manager, Zac Fuesser, and ask for details
YES, at least once a month, we will be holding a “Women and Kids” clinic for beginners. This will be a free clinic and times and dates will be posted on our “EVENTS” page. There will also be clinics for those who have shot before but want to get better (there will be a small charge for this clinic) and we will have certified instructors available for the more experienced shooter.
NO, you can shoot as little or as much as your shoulder can stand.
SORT OF, we DO require you wear shirts, and we would PREFER closed toed shoes, such as an athletic shoe.
YES, believe it or not, people do shoot in the rain – mostly duck hunters. We will ask you to come off of the course if there is lightning in the area. After the lightning has cleared you can resume shooting
YES, bring your lunch and enjoy it in our enclosed pavilion
YES, but no alcoholic beverages are allowed