Scarborough Fish & Game - Scarborough, Maine - Trap 5 Stand Sporting Clays
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Scarborough Fish & Game


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Box 952
Scarborough, ME 04070

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Trap Shooting open to public Sundays 9am-1pm. Open Thursday evenings 4pm-7pm starting May 6 2010.


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Exit number is now #42. The same exit as the Cabella's Store. Make left at end of toll ramp, go to next light. Make left on Beech Ridge Rd. to car race track. Club sign is at far end of parking lot on your right. Still a great place to shoot and very friendly club members.

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Club Reviews Submitted by Visitors, Members or Staff
Al DiGangi
West Caldwell, NJ
Reviewed 09/15/2014
Great place! Visited there while on vacation and they made my daughter and myself feel right at home. Great targets with real well throughout course. Loved the trampoline shots! Price was very reasonable and the facilities top notch. I will be returning and would suggest it to anyone.
Providence, RI
More than 10 visits
Reviewed 10/08/2011
Fall through Spring, I always pack a shotgun if I'm headed up that way. Five stand, sporting clays and wobble trap on Sunday mornings with a very nice group of guys. Ladies and children are welcome to shoot too. The Sporting Clays course is very well thought out.
Steve Card
Scarborough, ME
More than 10 visits
Reviewed 10/02/2008
The club is located at the intersection of Holmes Rd. & Two Rod Road in Scarborough at the West end of the Beech Ridge Motor Speedway Parking Lot
JC Blauvelt
Reviewed 07/30/2007
If you are vacationing in southern Maine then bring your shotgun. Very nice people who made me feel very welcome. The course is 8 stations with two cages at each station. There is a Blue and a Red cage making for two levels of difficulty at each set of traps. Sunday sporting clays starts at 10:00am and Wed. at 5:00pm. 5 stand is available also. The directions above are a little off. The exit off of Rt.95 is #47 and there was no sign for the race track. The race track is a car race track not the horse track you see when you come off the exit. The rest of the directions are ok but when you get on Beech Ridge Rd. go to the 1st. stop sign and make a right. The club sign is on your left across from the car track parking lot.
PS: Cabella's is building a new store at the exit. Shoud be open by next year.
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