Types of Ranges
The most challenging shooting sport you'll ever experience. Our course lies on the bank of scenic Indian Creek. Currently, our course consists of 14 stations, each throwing a variety of all sporting clays targets, with many different angles and speeds.
We also host tournaments throughout the year sanctioned by the NSCA.
Skeet consists of 25 targets in a round meant to simulate the action of bird hunting. It has eight shooting stations and two trap houses. The stations are arranged in a half moon with a high house on the left side and a low house on the right side.
Skeet is an excellent game for both novice and experience shooters.
We have 4 trap fields, 3 fields with lights. We shoot registered trap on the second weekend of each month starting at 11:00 a.m. We also shoot registered trap every Thursday evening of April through October. Thursday is also open trap night.
League shooting starts the 1st Tuesday in April after the time change, through the end of October. Always looking for new shooters.
Also available is our automatic pat trap with a voice pull, no labor involved.
5 Stand is similar to sporting clays, trap and skeet. There are five stations and six to eight strategically placed traps. The shooter will shoot five targets from each station in various combinations from a menu, first a single target followed by two pairs.
Pairs can either be report pairs (second target is launched after the first target is shot at) or true pairs (both targets are launched at the same time).
5-stand is a great game to simulate multiple target presentations and can be shot in a relative short period of time, solo or up to five shooters.