Wallkill Rod & Gun Club - Wallkill, New York - 5 Stand Sporting Clays
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Wallkill Rod & Gun Club


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Bruyn Tpke
Wallkill, NY 12589

Club Hours

Sundays from 10 am Wednesdays from 5:30 pm (5 stand under lights)(Sporting Clays daylight permitting)


Skeet Trap 5 Stand Sporting FITASC Other Birds
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From I 84, take exit 5. Take Rt. 208 North through the village of Walden (turn right at the first LIGHT in Walden). At the STOP sign in Wallkill, turn left. Turn left again just before the Post office. This is Bryun Turnpike. You'll cross the Wallkill River bridge. You'll go past our trout pond on the right. Continue on Bryun Turnpike straight through the four-way STOP at Albany Post Road. The Club is 1/2 mile on the right.

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Club Reviews Submitted by Visitors, Members or Staff
Gregory Petrie
Newburgh,New York
More than 10 visits
Reviewed 07/20/2013
I shoot quite often at Wallkill, but the 10am is wrong, squads form up at 9:30 and they are in the wood and start shooting at 10. 5-stand starts at 10, we get a lot of outside people coming in looking to buy shells. We don't sell any shells! So if your planning a trip to Wallkill bring your own gun and shells. Remember a round of 5-stand can use 30 rds, cause you get FULL use of the gun, witch meens 2 shots at a single. We always have a Great time, So stop by and join us for some REAL fun!!
Alan Brown
Yonkers N.Y.
2-5 Visits
Reviewed 07/16/2006
The days I have spent at Wallkill have all always been great! The club members are all very welcoming of new people. The clays course is an easy walk, and the stations challenging for a different reason. Many are very close the entire day can be shot with cylinder or IC. For a great chance to work on your close game this is the place. The traps are set very well and thought out. There are stations with break points over water and rabbit stations. Anyone can have a great day. They have a good five stand set up which is an excellent warm up before the clays course. You can't beat the price! I'm am NRA Certified Instructor, NSCA Certified referee, Big tournament shooter. I really hope you come by and meet Daryl and the rest of the crew. You will be glad you did!!! / GOOD SHOOTING ALAN CRIS BROWN
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