Freeland Conservation Club seeks solely to appease the love of shooting for sportsmen. Over 50 years old, this club has a variety of areas and activities for gun-gurus, and attracts people of all ages and experiences. Whether you are a seasoned sportsmen or a newbie, this is a great place for you!


The Freeland Conservation Club is located on 59 acres of mostly wooded land at the East end of Laduke Rd., between Webster Rd. and MBS International Airport. Our friendly club originated as a non-profit organization by a group of sportsmen in 1958. Their mission was to provide a source of recreational shooting for the residents of Freeland, MI and the surrounding communities.

Today, our mission statement remains the same as it has for over half a century. The Freeland Conservation Club offers recreational shooting to shotgun enthusiasts from all over the state of Michigan and some from out of state. Our shooting disciplines are Sporting Clays with 10 – 13 stations, 5-Stand with 8 different traps from five elevated shooting stands, Skeet and voice activated Trap. We offer fun shoots, organizational shoots, corporate shoots, a winter league, (5) hunter safety classes along with several annual events. Come out to Freeland and join us, you will enjoy your time at the club. This year, we have some new people that have joined our little club. Come on out and meet some new friends.

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