Your membership entitles you to use our 400 acres of fields and forests for hunting, fishing, target shooting, camping, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, hiking, biking, bird watching etc. It's a great place to relax and enjoy the company of others who share your interests.
Please treat the property with respect and always leave it clean and well maintained for the next member. Please carry your membership card at all times. Turkey shoots, trap shooting, 3-D archery and many other club functions are open to the public, so feel free to bring your family and friends.
The continued success of the club hinges on everyone helping. Volunteers are needed for all club functions, including game dinners, 3-D shoots, ham and turkey shoots, club/hall rentals, and outside parties like our BBQ and Pig Roast.
PLEASE consider helping the work parties trying to improve the club house and grounds. Your involvement is important.
A key card holding member that allows the individual to have access to the club and all the indoor ranges. Key card members also have voting rights at meetings.
The requirements for a member to receive a key card are as follows:
Less than 18 years of age or a full time college student until age 23
Has access to all the club has to offer, but must be accompanied by an adult when using any firearm or bow and arrow unless the junior member is 18 or older, or is 15 - 17 and has completed a certificate of competency with firearms as provided by the Hunter Education Bureau or the Dept. of Public Safety.
A Junior member will not have any voting rights.
Open to Senior member plus spouse and any qualified junior members of their household.
A Senior Member shall have the privilege of bringing a guest once a month to use the shooting ranges of the Club.
The purpose of this is to allow the members to introduce prospective new members to the Club and facilities. One membership covers one individual, not a group.
Violation is subject to disciplinary action up to expulsion from the Club.
Any Member violating these rules shall be required to explain said violation in a hearing before the Board of Directors, per Bylaws -Article XI Expulsion, Removal, or Suspension, Section A
Senior Dues - $145
Family Dues - $180
Junior Dues - $1
Contact a Club Member or Board of Directors Member to have them sponsor you, and give you a membership form. Complete the application, bring it to the club in person, and take a tour of the club.
You can also reach out to Dana Charbonneau for a copy of the membership form via email or in person at the club.