White Oak Mountain - Daniels, West Virginia - 5 Stand Sporting Clays
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White Oak Mountain


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Andrew Landis


2356 Hinton Rd
White Oak, WV 25989
(304) 763-5266

Club Hours

Wendsday 12-6, Sat-Sun 10-6. All others by App.


Skeet Trap 5 Stand Sporting FITASC Other Birds
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From Beckley, WV: Take Rt 19 South to Shady Spring. Then take Rt 3 East toward Hinton. Club is approx 4.5 Miles on Right.

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Club Reviews Submitted by Visitors, Members or Staff
Justin Ragland
Beckley, WV
Other Club Officer

Reviewed 07/03/2008
We are working really hard to improve are facility. We have just recieved 9 new automatic traps for the course and 1 wobble trap to supplement our 5 stand. Along with this we offer rental guns, shooting carts, and great club pricing on ammunition. Everyones welcome, so come see us!
D. Altman
Marietta, OH
2-5 Visits
Reviewed 06/27/2008
Nice range with 20 stations located in a wooded setting. Friendly folks. Target cost was $37 per 100 targets. 5 stand set up had only 6 traps and two were down. Hard to find without sign along Rt 3.
Danville, WV
More than 10 visits
Reviewed on or prior to 11/20/2005
Club has made a great improvement of the past years. They have added several additional automatic traps to the Five Stand. Nice 5 Stand setup now with some interesting targets to shot. Course has greatly improved by adding some additional shots which make the course challenging.
Danville, WV
Reviewed on or prior to 11/20/2005
White Oak Mountain has one sporting clay range with 20 stations. They provide some interesting shot that I had not seen anywhere else. A round of 100 targets was $30 (50 targets - $20). They have an area for Five stand but are only using 3 throwers. (25 targets - $8) Overall, I would skip the Five stand and the sporting clay course is worth at least one trip. The range overals cleanliness does leave something to desired. I didn't appear that they picked any shell cases. The shell buckets at each station were full to the rim and had been that way for sometime.
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