Located in Jonesville, Vt. since 1926,the CCF&G Club
has had the goal of bringing together outdoor
sportsmen,women and their families to share their
interest in hunting, fishing, target sports, camping, and
Central to our club's mission is promoting ethics
in our sports, hunting and firearm safety
and respect of our generous hosts, the
Our 45 acre facility borders the Robbins
Mountain Wildlife Management Area and
includes camping sites, trout pond for the children, picnic
facilities, hiking trails, an archery practice range and 15 rag
target butts on a walking trail range, a 16 point 25 -200 yard
rifle, pistol and 2 point shotgun range.
On the days when the range is open, hours are 9am - 6pm during
Daylight Savings Time and 9am - 4pm Eastern Standard Time.
Please check the Calendar page to verify we are open on the day
you want to use the facility.
Range rules are posted at the entrance and are to be
observed by everyone and at all times. Range closed
during rifle season and all archery tournaments, most holidays
and other days as posted.
To get here, turn off US Route 2 in Jonesville, cross the bridge
over the river, take the 2nd left at Wes White Rd. and continue
1 1/4 miles up to our entrance on the left.
Family memberships are $50 / year and are available
at: B.J.'s Gun Shop, Datillio's, Powderhorn Gun Shop,
Jericho General Store, Beaudry's Store, Lakeshore
Hardware,, Garry's Barber Shop, North Star Gun Shop
and Lacroix Muzzleloader Supply or by mail at: Membership
Club use is limited to members only.
President: Dick Bissonette
V. Pres.: Mich Allen
Secretary: Mark Desarno
Treasurer: Rick Gates
Chittenden County Fish & Game Club
~ est. 1926 ~
The next scheduled range closings :
May 1,2,7,8 & 20(1/2 day)*
June 5, 6 &19
* June 20th from 9am - 2:00 pm for
Law Enforcement training
Many thanks to all the dedicated members who
showed up on clean-up day and worked hard
cleaning and fixing for the benefit of us all.
Reminder: the gate code and closed dates
are on the back of your membership card
for your convenience.
Photo: Winooski River at Jonesville