Martinsville Sportsman's Conservation Club

Larry Eaton, former President of the Club's Board passed away June 21st. Prayers and condolences to his wife Dottie.

Our Club

The purpose of this non-profit club is to provide it's members with safe shooting ranges for the practice of marksmanship and competition as well as a forested wildlife habitat suitable for hunting, fishing, hiking recreation and family outings for the fellowship of all.


Members are expected to practice safe firearm handling, sportsmanship afield and conservation while using club facilities and grounds.  

It is our goal to pass on to our heirs the joys and privileges of a better outdoors.

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WARNING...Hunters and hikers must stay off the 300 meter range at all times...walk around it, never, ever across it into the line of fire.

Range is completely surrounded by fencing and 92 "Danger/Keep Out/Shooting Range" signs mounted on fence posts.  Despite this, in late Oct. 2014 a hunting member climbed the fence and walked directly across the line of fire on the crossover road.  A shooter preparing to fire fortunately saw the trespasser in time and made safe his rifle.

Trespasser was unharmed...but the Board revoked his membership permanently.  We take safety rules seriously.

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Please note the April 2019 addition of a"Training Programs" tab to the left...

three distinct programs are on tap for this year.  Cost is $200 for each 2 day program.
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 Video Tour of Club by a member

One of our members has produced a YouTube video of our club showcasing much of the club including the bathroom!  As his video was done in 2012, it does not include our 300 M range built in late 2013 or other range additions and improvements noted in 2015-2018...but it gives a good flavor of the place...enjoy!

Click on the following link:  
Martinsville Sportsman's Conservation Club Video




latest site update April 23, 2019