The Beloit chapter sits on 17 acres of land with four trap houses and a 3,200 square foot clubhouse that is air-conditioned, offers a full kitchen, and is handicap accessible.
We hold several conservation and educational projects including: Bird House Builds, Public Grounds Clean-Up, Youth Fishing, and Hunter's Safety. We also host four trap shooting leagues each year, and open trap shooting every Sunday catering to the new, and supporting the most experienced shooter. Leagues include both three and five man teams. Please contact us for company events.
Meetings are open to members and occur on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 6:00 pm.
Open and League shooting hours:
Sunday 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Tuesday 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Walk-ins are welcome but to ensure a shooting time, visit our Book Online page.
Annual Shooters Card for League:
Cost for each 25 rounds:
Hunter Safety Course
We instruct the outdoor portion of the DNR sanctioned Internet Hunter Safety Course periodically throughout the year. See the DNR website and our Facebook page for dates.
Clean Water Challenge
We are participants in the Izaak Walton National program to monitor stream water quality called Save our Streams. The public is welcome to help with this program. Visit our Facebook page for more information and dates on sampling.
We are engaged in a multi-year program to restore a large portion of the Chapter property back to native prairie. Visit us on Facebook for the next activity!