About Us

  • Indoor Archery
    Indoor Archery
  • Cowboy Action Shooting
    Cowboy Action Shooting
  • IDPA Style Defensive Pistol
    IDPA Style Defensive Pistol
  • Public Sight-in Days
    Public Sight-in Days
  • Hunters Safety Classes
    Hunters Safety Classes
  • Annual Fly Shoot
    Annual Fly Shoot
  • Trap & Skeet
    Trap & Skeet
  • Lighted Trap & Skeet
    Lighted Trap & Skeet
  • Indoor Archery
    Indoor Archery
  • Military (CMP) Rifle Leage
    Military (CMP) Rifle Leage
  • IDPA Style Defensive Pistol
    IDPA Style Defensive Pistol
  • Hunters Safety Classes
    Hunters Safety Classes
  • 100/200 Yard Rifle Range
    100/200 Yard Rifle Range
  • Shoot Building
    Shoot Building

The Rockford Sportsman’s Club (RSC) was founded in 1945 by returning veterans of WWII who were all sports and outdoor enthusiasts from the Rockford area. From its early meetings at the Corner Bar in Rockford, RSC has grown to its current membership of over 200 families. We are located in Rockford on Northland Drive just north of 13-Mile road with approximately 40 acres of land. Being located close to US131 and on Northland Drive we are just minutes away from Grand Rapids, Sparta, Comstock Park, Belmont, Walker and the surrounding areas. Our club-house, shoot building and other facilities have been built through many hours of volunteer labor by active members.

The purpose of RSC is to promote the conservation of natural resources, fish and wildlife; to teach and promote conservation, hunter safety, sportsmanship; and to provide opportunities for fellowship of outdoor minded individuals through club activities and participation in the shooting sports.

Rockford Sportsman’s Club offers Trap, Skeet, 5-Stand, Pistol & Rifle Leagues, Cowboy Action Shooting, IDPA Style Defensive Pistol Shooting and many educational classes that are open to the public. See our Activities page and Calendar for details.

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Upcoming Events

May 24, 2015
spring league
Starts: 12:00 am
Ends: May 25, 2015 - 12:00 am
Trap & Skeet Open to Public
Starts: 10:00 am
Ends: May 24, 2015 - 2:00 pm
Location: Dan Vincent - RAMAGE61@charter.net
May 25, 2015
Pistol League 25/50 Range
Starts: 12:00 am
Ends: May 26, 2015 - 12:00 am
Location: Jim Lund - jmlund@charter.net
Trap & Skeet open to public
Starts: 6:00 pm
Ends: May 25, 2015 - 9:00 pm
Location: Dan Vincent - RAMAGE61@charter.net
Description: Open to public
May 27, 2015
Range Maintenance - Cowboy Bowl/Rifle/Pistol
Starts: 8:00 am
Ends: May 27, 2015 - 12:00 pm
Location: Cowboy Bowl, 100-200 yd rifle, N and S pistol Ranges
Description: Projects/Improvements
May 28, 2015
spring league
Starts: 12:00 am
Ends: May 29, 2015 - 12:00 am
22LR Bench Rifle League - 25/50 Range
Starts: 4:30 pm
Ends: May 28, 2015 - 8:00 pm
Location: Bob Hann - tarbo@comcast.net
4-H Rifle 100,Trap & Skeet
Starts: 5:30 pm
Ends: May 28, 2015 - 8:30 pm
Location: Cathy Nitchke camnitschke@comcast.net
Trap & Skeet Open to Public
Starts: 6:00 pm
Ends: May 28, 2015 - 9:00 pm
Location: Dan Vincent - RAMAGE61@charter.net
May 30, 2015
CMP-100/200 Range
Starts: 9:00 am
Ends: May 30, 2015 - 2:00 pm
Location: Tim Hall timstuhall@comcast.net / Steve Gardner shc2010@att.net
Description: Mike 2/20/14

Find Us

Facilities

  • Skeet field
  • Trap field with wobbler
  • Combination Skeet and Trap field
  • 5-Stand
  • Covered 100/200 yard Rifle Range
  • Covered 25/50 yard Pistol and Rifle Range
  • Six station (stationary or timed & rotating) targets
  • Covered 25 yard Pistol Range
  • Cowboy Shooting Area

Affiliations:

RSC is a member of the Michigan United Conservation Clubs (MUCC), the National Rifle Association (NRA), the National Skeet Shooters Association (NSSA), and the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP).

Recent News

Thu, May 21, 2015
Tips to prevent the risk of fires escaping. [...]
Source: Michigan DNR
Wed, May 20, 2015
It's 2015, and we're still removing European frog-bit by hand. This aquatic invasive species was brought over from Asia and Europe as an ornamental pond plant in 1932. In 1939, this species planned its escape from the Arboretum of the Central Experimental Farm in Ottawa where it was commercially grown. It [...]
Source: Michigan United Conservation Clubs
Wed, May 20, 2015
Sarah Topp Two of Michigan's mast-producing trees are being impacted by disease. Mast producing trees are essential to wildlife as they provide a primary food source in the form of nuts, seeds, buds, or fruits. I previously posted a blog about oak wilt disease affecting red oak, which is still [...]
Source: Michigan United Conservation Clubs