(616) 842-9711


Grand Haven, MI


Records for the North Ottawa Rod and Gun Club being established go back at least as far as 1921.  The current club has been located at the corner of Ferris Street and 160th Avenue since 1941 when a number of dedicated members bought and cleared the land for a permanent place to enjoy the shooting sports.

The club has evolved over the decades to cater to the needs of its members participating in the shooting sports.  Today, we offer clay target shooting including skeet, trap, Wobble trap, Sporting Clays, and 5 stand; along with indoor pistol range, outdoor rifle range, and a 3-D archery range.  Our Winter League, with all of the shooting disciplines represented, is perhaps the most popular and is open to everyone. We also have registered skeet and trap shoots, clay target shooting lessons, youth leagues, Hunter Safety classes, CPL classes, Basic and Advanced Pistol classes, along with a number of fun events planned throughout the year.

The Club is also available for corporate outings.  Our space holds up to 145 people.  Organizations can hold fundraising shoots here with the full use of the facilities.

Board meetings are the first Monday of every month at 7 pm.  All members are invited.



The purpose of the Foundation is to receive and administer funds exclusively for charitable and educational purposes, including, but not limited to provide education, training and instruction in firearm safety, in safe hunting and fishing practices, and in wildlife management and conservation.  Some of our funded projects have been Michigan DNR Hunter Safety, GHHS Outdoor Education, Sportsmen For Youth, 911 Academy, youth shooting leagues, and the list goes on.

While closely related to North Ottawa Rod and Gun Club, the North Ottawa Rod and Gun Club Foundation is a separate and distinct Michigan non-profit corporation with different officers, bylaws and board of directors.  The Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation and relies on tax deductible donations to complete its mission.  We need your help in order for the Foundation to be successful.   If you are interested in learning more about the Foundation and how it can enhance the shooting sports in our area, please contact the North Ottawa Rod and Gun Club Foundation Board of Directors.