The Lunenburg Rod & Gun Club is situated on Fish Peddlers Road at Indian Path on 50 acres of land comprised of timber, cut overs, orchards and farm lands. The site is located about 10 minutes from Lunenburg and about 60 minutes from Halifax. This link opens a Google Map page where visitors can get specific directions to the clubhouse.
We currently have a membership base of over 300 members and are continually expanding. The Club was established in 1954 and was located on Kings Hill in Lunenburg for 35 years. Due to incoming industry to the town of Lunenburg, the Club relocated in 1990 to its present site with a modern new facility, including a 30′ by 90′ clubhouse with full meeting capabilities – a main meeting room, a full kitchen, canteen, and washrooms on the main floor.
We house a 20-yard Indoor range with 6 shooting lanes in the basement for small calibre rifle and handgun shooting as well as archery.
We also have a 100-yard outdoor baffled range for rifle and handgun shooting, fully automated skeet and trap fields, and a sporting clay field set-up which consists of several stations that meander throughout the property offering a wide variety of presentations to challenge your shooting abilities.
Our Archery section at the Club includes a 50-yard outdoor practice field and we also set up 3D archery courses at various times throughout the year.
Our primary objective is to provide a self-sustaining and fun Club environment, with activities centered on various shooting disciplines, stressing safety and proper firearm handling at all times for all shooters from the beginners to the seasoned veteran.
2017 CLUB EXECUTIVE
|Vice President||Otis Scott|
|Past President||Mike Sabean|
|Membership Officer||Michael Duggan|
|Archery Committee||Anthony Crouse|
|Handgun Committee||Elmo MacKay|
|Handgun Committee||Keith Dagley|
|Shotgun Committee||Jason Bartlett|
|Shotgun Committee||Lenard Haughn|
|Rifle Committee||Paul Fairclough|
|Rifle Committee||Chris Raith|
|Building Committee||Craig Smith|
|Building Committee||Otis Scott|
|Chief Range Officer||Richard Joudrey|
|Chief Range Officer||Steve Dyer|
|Chief Course Instructor||Richard Joudrey|
|Chief Course Instructor||Mike Sabean|