Welcome to the Club.

Fern Creek Sportsman’s Club is a private playground for the outdoor enthusiasts in you.
You can start by checking our calendar to see our upcoming events.

Rife Range


We have 3 ranges our members get to enjoy.  Everything from a lighted Trap Shoot, a dedicated steel target pistol range, and a 200yrd High-Powered Rifle Range.

With a 40-yard permanent outdoor archery range that accommodates all bows and crossbows, you are sure to hone your skills. Monthly 3D Shoots all summer long!

A fully stocked 4-acre lake makes for great fishing. 

Yes, a state license is required. No gas motors allowed.


Here you will find a list of commonly asked questions. Feel free to contact us with any further questions.

No. We are a private club. You must be a member in good standing to use the facilities.

Note* – We do have a lot of events throughout the year that are open to the public, so be sure and check the club calendar for an updated list.

No. While just about every caliber is allowed at the club, we ask that you do not shoot .50 cal or larger. That goes for the pistol and rifle ranges.

Yes. All laws and regulations set by KY Fish and Wildlife apply to the use of our lake.

Out of respect for our neighbors, we ask that all shooting take place 30 minutes after sunrise until 30 minutes before sunset Mon-Sat.  Sunday after 8:00AM to 30 minutes before sunset.

Note* – Any member breaking caught breaking this rule may be removed from the club. No exceptions.

Yes! All are welcome to attend and enjoy the fun. You do not have to be a member to join out archery shoots. You can learn all about the 3D shoot here.

Monthly Archery Shoot

We have a 40-yard permanent outdoor archery range that accommodates all bows and crossbows. We also host multiple target 3D shoots a year on our grounds.

These shoots take place in a natural setting with realistic animal targets.

weekly trap Shoot

Trap shooting has taken place here at the club since the early 1960s. 

We have four trap houses that can accommodate single shooters and, on occasion, doubles shooters.  

Trap shooting has always been open to the public- meaning you do NOT have to be a member to come out and shoot!

Everyone is welcome.