Welcome to the Houghton Lake Sportsmen’s Club Website
The indoor and outdoor ranges are OPEN
On this website you will find information on how to become a member of the HLSC.
Our organization is a private club. Range facilities are available to members only.
New members welcome. Please call John Delaney for details. 989-387-5027
Membership Meetings are held on the first Monday of every month
(If the first Monday of the month is a holiday, the meeting is held on the following Monday)
“Social Hour” 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Membership Meeting Starts at 7:00 p.m.
In December there is no Membership Meeting. Club members gather for an Annual Christmas Party on the first Saturday in December.
Membership Meetings are Open to the Public
New Members Are Welcomed !
Those interested in becoming members should arrive at 6:00 pm to turn in Membership Applications
For questions please call a board member. https://houghtonlakesportsmensclub.com/board-of-directors
Contact Information: Go to BOARD OF DIRECTORS Page
The Houghton Lake Sportsmen’s Club was founded in 1952 and is a non-profit organization supported by membership dues, private donations and annual fundraisers. We are a family friendly organization featuring a safe environment and facilities for shooting and archery activities. The clubhouse is located at 2929 Tower Hill Road (at the corner of Nestel Road) approximately one mile south of M-55 in Houghton Lake. Our Outdoor Ranges are located at 6774 Nestle Road between Tower Hill and Townline Roads.
Our facilities are situated on a 20-acre site with 2 indoor pistol ranges, 1 indoor archery range, 1 outdoor black powder range, 1 outdoor 100-yard range and 12 action pistol ranges. The Houghton Lake Sportsmen’s Club features weekly and monthly league programs for members to enjoy a variety of shooting sports. Annual events include a Gun Show in the spring, an open house in the summer, Trunk -or-treat in the fall, Sight-in-Days in November and a Christmas Party in December.
The mission of The Houghton Lake Sportsmen’s Club shall be to promote fellowship among sportsmen and women, good-sportsmanship, conservation of wildlife, responsible hunting practices and civic responsibilities. The Club’s purpose is to provide a facility for the provision of a private, safe environment for archery, rifle and pistol shooting to Club Members. The club supports the second amendment in principle and practice.