Trails End Range, starting on the next 50 years
of shooting, and getting better each year.
of the Trail's End Muzzleloaders Club.
Birthplace of the Ontario Muzzleloading Association.
Facilities for rifle, pistol, shotgun and archery. Scheduled events
for cartridge, muzzleloading and cowboy action shooting and IPDA. The range is
Schedule of events
of Trail's End Range
The Range was opened in 1958 and has grown to include a 300+ foot covered
firing line with 60 positions at 100 yds, 40 positions at 50 yds, and
20 positions at 25 yds for all types of rifle shooting. There is a separate
pistol range with 20 positions for 25 and 50 yd. There is also a separate
100 yd range, a 60 yd chunk gun range, a trap field and an archery range.
The facilities include a clubhouse, hamburger stand (open during registered
shoots only), 4 restrooms, a large target scoring building, electric
timers and a P.A. system.
Members may camp for free at any time on our 2 acre campground/parking
The range is open to members from 9 am to dusk (365 days per year).
ON days of registered shoots, only that program may be shot.
Past major shoots hosted by T.E. Range include: 2 national championships,
5 international championships (Canada/USA), 1 provincial I.P.S.C. championship,
1 regional level I.P.S.C. championship, 2 IDPA provincal championships and 22 provincial muzzleloading
Instruction at the club level or handgun authorization to transport
is available for members.
Elaine Arnold (Secretary/Treasurer)
10635 Pioneer LIne
Chatham, Ontario, Canada
run from January 1 to December 31 each year and shall include all membership
priviledges including 2 newsletters per year and notice of the annual
awards night banquet.
Members may bring guests to shoot WITH them, for a fee of $15.00 per
guest per day.
Annual membership fees are $200.00 for a single or $225.00 for a family.
A family is defined as a husband, wife and children under the age of
18 years. Children 18 years and over are considered single adults.