Rifle & Pistol range features a
covered firing line, shooting benches, and 23 shooting lanes, with 19 of these
lanes extending to slightly beyond 100 yards. The remaining 4 lanes are shorter
in distance and are designed to accommodate pistol shooters. Shooters
may bring their own paper targets to staple up to our free-standing, mobile
target stands or they may purchase paper targets for a nominal fee.
distances are then determined by the shooters by placing their target stands at
variable distances from the firing line.
Safety Officers (RSOs) are on-hand whenever the range is open to ensure that
all gun safety rules and procedures are followed. This includes, but is not limited to,
entering and leaving the range, shooting, changing targets, and all handling of
firearms. RSOs ensure a safe and
enjoyable shooting environment for all.
Come and Practice
Come out, spend an enjoyable morning or afternoon at the
range, and have some fun! Bring a
friend, bring a youngster, or just bring yourself. If you haven’t gotten out to shoot in a while,
you need to do so. Nothing beats a good
day at the range, so be sure to bring plenty of ammo!
Come join us and
you’ll see that the HPSA Rifle &
Pistol Range is the best kept
secret on the eastside!
Dates and Shooting
Go to our
Events for scheduled dates and times
for shooting. Once there, look for the “Rifle/Pistol Range
Visit our Range Fees
page for current rates.
(To receive Member rates, current Membership cards are required and must be
shown upon request.)
The above rates include a $1.00 per day environmental fee.
EYE AND HEARING PROTECTION IS REQUIRED FOR ALL SHOOTERS AND SPECTATORS ON THE
35800 E. Twenty Eight Mile Rd.
Lenox Township, Michigan 48050
(It's approximately one mile east of Gratiot.)
If you're traveling east on I-94 towards Port Huron, take the Richmond/New
Haven exit. Turn left over the bridge, travel a couple of miles to
Gratiot, and turn right. At 28 Mile, turn right again.
Approximately a mile down, turn right to enter the front gate when you see
the Huron Pointe Sportsmen's Association sign. Go straight past the
trap fields to the end, and park near the power lines. You'll see the red flag flying indicating
that the Rifle & Pistol range is open.