Emmet County Sportsmen's Club
Northern Michigan's premier shooting facility, the Emmet County Sportsmen’s Club is a non-profit, volunteer club that is open to the public.
Situated on 95 acres of rolling hardwood forest in the beautiful Northwest Lower Peninsula, our shooters enjoy Skeet, Trap, Wobble Trap, Five-Stand, Sporting Clays and Crazy Quail. Of that 95 acres, 70 acres is dedicated to one of the Midwest's finest sporting clays courses. Our state-of-the-art course, which opened in July 2014, features 12 challenging stations built into spectacular terrain. Members and guests enjoy modern clubhouse amenities including comfortable seating, a sporting library, a kitchen stocked with refreshments and king-sized restrooms.
Also visit Harbor Springs Outdoors Club for more local outdoors and shooting events.
Tunnel of Trees - Registered Sporting Clays
Classification Shoot - Sunday, August 30 at 9:30 a.m.
Main Event - 100 target, 12 stations - $56 including fees and lunch.
Targets set by Andy Perkins. European Rotation - Minimum 3 per squad. Reshoots - $25 + fees.
Side Event - 50 target Registered 5 Stand - $25 including fees.
Warm Up - Crazy Quail - $6 per round or 2 rounds for $10.
Carts Available - $15 or bring your own (plenty of parking).
See what a recent visitor had to say:
Nearing the end of a 15-day trip across the eastern United States we finished our shooting string at ECSC. Talk about saving the best for last! 12 stations in a stunningly natural setting with state-of-the-art technology and deeply thoughtful design on 90+ acres of rolling woodlot. We flat out guarantee you will not find a better representation of various real-life bird hunting situations than you will find at Emmet County Sportsmen’s Club. A combination of speed, accuracy and distance requires you to be on top of your game and your concentration. Come shoot the course - you will NOT be disappointed. In fact - you’ll want to have a second go at it.
- Todd & Veronica Berg, Minocqua, Wisconsin
Emmet County Sportsmen's Club is open to both members and the public year-round on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 until 5 p.m.
Special shoots may be arranged by contacting the club or one of the officers.