The indoor ranges are closed until further notice.
There will be a outdoor membership meeting Monday, July 6th at 6:00 p.m. in our clubhouse parking lot. Please bring a mask and bring your own chair.
Outdoor ranges are open, see post for details. The lock combination has been changed to the one on your 2020/2021 membership card.
Leagues are starting up in June. Outdoor Bullseye League will start June 10th at 2:00 p.m. Heavy Metal Madness will start June 23rd (see Steel League post or HMM Steel League page). Action Pistol will start June 24th but will not shoot the first two weeks of July. (see calendar)
Regrettably we are postponing and canceling events and activities through July. Please check back for updates.
Postponed at this time are:
The Concealed Pistol License (CPL) class March 21st
Hunter Safety Training April 11th
Bulls-eye League Banquet
For questions please call a board member.
Welcome to the Houghton Lake Sportsmen’s Club Website
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
We host USPSA and SCSA Sanctioned Matches, NRA Matches, Project Appleseed and other events open to the public.
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 early to turn in Membership Applications
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 for our indoor and outdoor ranges to accommodate all our shooting sports. We have 2 Indoor Pistol/Rifle Ranges and an Archery Range within the clubhouse building. Located outdoors are a 3-D Archery Range, a Black Powder Range, a 100 yard Rifle Range, a NRA Rated Pistol Range and 6 Action Pistol Bays.
The club sponsors youth programs for middle school and high school students in our NRA Junior Rifle Marksmanship Program and provides the equipment and instruction at no cost to the students. During the summer season the club hosts monthly USPSA and Steel Challenge Matches that are open to the public and also hosts the national Project Appleseed Program. Our facilities are opened year-round and features weekly leagues and monthly matches for our members for a variety of shooting sports. Members participate in weekly leagues for Black Powder Muzzleloader, Bullseye Pistol, .22 Rifle Silhouettes, Action Pistol, Plate Targets and Steel Targets; there is a monthly Ladies Practice League in the summer as well as monthly USPSA & NRA 2700 Matches. Annual public events for the community features the club’s Annual Gun Show every April, a Rummage Sale in May and Sight-In Days every November.
The club is affiliated with the Nation Rifle Association (NRA), the Michigan United Conservation Clubs (MUCC), the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP), the Michigan Bow Hunters Association (MBHA), USA Archery and the United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA). The club is also a member of the Houghton Lake Chamber of Commerce.
The mission of the club and its members is to provide programs, activities and the facilities to members of the community who are interested in indoor and outdoor shooting sports. The HLSC is committed to educating and instilling to all the responsibility for safe firearms and bow ownership and handling. As members of the conservation community we commit to taking care of our natural resources and act as stewards in taking care of our wildlife, our waters and our lands.