Open for 2012 Season

Hunters Pointe is open for the 2012 Season. Sporting Clays, Trap Field, Compact and Flurry are together and operational. Snow is 98% gone, front half is dry while there's still a little mud in the woods. Course hours for the rest of March and April will be Saturdays and Sunday, 10 AM -5 PM. Week day shoots can be arranged by calling or emailing Chris at the club. First NSCA Registered Fun Shoot is 24/25 March, two day shoot.

Boone and Crocket and Pope and Young Scoring

Saturday 18 Feb - Quality Deer Management Association has their annual deer scoring event at Hunters Pointe. They'll provide three different seminars (snaring fox/coyote - deer habitat - deer movement and habits) 10 AM - 3 PM. Lunch is provided (donation) but there is a $5 admission fee and $10 donation for antler scoring. They'll score mounts and racks from last year or years past so here's your chance to see how big he really is/was. The seminars will begin at 11 Am (Snaring) and the Movement/habits @ 1:45. Deer habitat is last at 3PM.

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Testimonials

  • Greatest range in the state - long range rifle, sporting clays, trap, skeet they've got it all. To top it off Chris, Brenda and Matt are AWESOME!

  • Such a great place! Sporting clays is my favorite, but they have an awesome rifle and pistol range as well. If you love shooting, you can't miss with Hunters Pointe!

  • Hunters Pointe was a great solution for our corporate event. The staff was knowledgeable and friendly, and made the whole experience a lot of fun.

  • What a blast! I brought some family and friends out to Hunters Pointe for the afternoon and we had a lot of laughs.

  • We used Hunters Pointe for our wedding reception. It was a casual event that allowed us to grill out with family and friends.