About Us

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

August 9, 2018
  • 22LR Bench Rifle
    Starts: 4:00 pm
    Ends: August 9, 2018 - 6:00 pm

    Location: Bob Hann at 616-204-4024 tarbo@comcast.net


    Description:

    Mike 10/2/17

  • Trap & Skeet Open to Public
    Starts: 5:00 pm
    Ends: August 9, 2018 - 8:00 pm

    Location: Dan Vincent - RAMAGE61@charter.net


August 11, 2018
  • DPS shoot Glen Vanorman setup 8-10am start @10am
    Starts: 8:30 am
    Ends: August 11, 2018 - 5:00 pm


August 12, 2018
  • Trap & Skeet Open to Public
    Starts: 10:00 am
    Ends: August 12, 2018 - 2:00 pm

    Location: Dan Vincent - RAMAGE61@charter.net


  • Ken Bell rental 10am-7pm GM
    Starts: 12:00 am
    Ends: August 12, 2018 - 11:59 pm


Find Us

Facilities

          • Three Skeet fields
          • Two Trap fields a wobbler and a doubles
          • Combination Skeet and Trap field
          • 5-Stand
          • Covered 100/200 yard Rifle Range
          • Covered 25/50 yard Pistol and Rifle Range (Handicap Accessible)
          • Ten station – stationary or timed & rotating targets
          • Covered 25 yard Pistol/Rimfire Range
          • Action Range for Cowboy & Defensive Pistol Shoots

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

Fri, Aug 03, 2018
Just like that, after 40 days of controlled chaos, Cedar Lake is once again quiet. Soon the animals will return to the camp property. With no campers, summer camp becomes just another part of the forest. With the final week of campers in the books, this is going to [...]
Source: Michigan United Conservation Clubs
Thu, Aug 02, 2018
For many college students the summer season is a time to relax and enjoy the outdoors without the worry of school work and exams. These individuals however, are going the extra mile during their “off-season” to ensure that they are doing their part for the future of Michigan conservation.The [...]
Source: Michigan United Conservation Clubs
Wed, Aug 01, 2018
On Friday, July 27 from 6-9pm, individuals gathered at the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Outdoor Adventure Center (OAC) for an evening of archery, wild game dishes, and unique drinks. Archery lessons started promptly at 6pm on the range for half of the group, while the remaining participants were allowed to [...]
Source: Michigan United Conservation Clubs
Tue, Jul 31, 2018
The Manistee River, which is home to a very healthy resident population of game fish species, is located in the northwestern region of Michigan's lower peninsula. The mainstream of the river spans over 78 miles, and has a drainage area of 590 square miles. The small towns that are situated [...]
Source: Michigan United Conservation Clubs
Tue, Jan 17, 2017
Source: Michigan DNR