The Oregon Sportsman’s Club is situated on 26 acres of pristine prairie and woodlands in the Town of Dunn. The club and its facilities were designed specifically for the benefit and pleasure of its members and their guests, and since 1970 have grown to house four buildings on the grounds.

The main clubhouse was built in 1970 and provides a food and beverage area. The archery building was added in 1987 and offers an indoor range where tournaments, instruction, and events are held. The metal storage shed and trap building were added in 1995 and 2010, respectively, and provide the club with much-needed facility and operations storage.

26 ACRES: Bordered by Hook Lake to the east and woodland prairie in the west, the club offers an abundance of natural beauty.

SETTING: A vast expanse of pristine woodlands serves as the scenic backdrop for a sportsman’s paradise, including multiple event and storage spaces.

CLUBHOUSE BUILDING: The first building to be erected on the grounds was the clubhouse. Today it still serves its intended purpose as a gathering place and game room.

PATIO: Completed in 2012, the newly renovated outdoor patio added several new picnic tables and an impressive new space to host events.

CLUBHOUSE INTERIOR: Members can belly up to the bar post event or stop in on weeknights to enjoy great company in a lodge-style atmosphere.

CLUBHOUSE BAR: Come in for a cold one. Stay for the camaraderie.

ARCHERY BUILDING: Seven days a week. Twenty-four hours a day. Rain or shine. Experience indoor archery at its finest.

12-LANE INDOOR ARCHERY RANGE: Multiple lanes allow for indoor archery action all year round. We currently do not allow crossbow shooting in the indoor range.

TWO TRAP FIELDS AND ONE SKEET FIELD: Our trap and skeet fields allow members to practice their shooting skills and can be illuminated for nighttime use.

10-STATION SPORTING CLAY COURSE: Various shooting situations are staged in the trap and skeet fields in addition to a vast expanse of the club’s 26 acres.

28-STATION 3D ARCHERY COURSE: Bark-covered pathways wind through mature woods and onto an open prairie. Bow hangers are available at each target.

OUTDOOR ARCHERY RANGE: Members test their skills at three range targets in an open-air setting. Shooting is open to members at any time.