Trap & Skeet Information
Walton Park sports two combination skeet and trap fields,
which are lighted for evening shooting. A third field, trap only, along
with one of the combination fields can support doubles trap.We also have a 5-Stand range.
Open shoots are held on Sunday, starting at noon, and on Wednesday evenings starting around 5:30 p.m. Any IWLL member may participate in these open shoots. If you are not familiar with these shotgun shooting sports don't hesitate to stop by one of these open shoots and ask for help. You'll find plenty of more experienced shooters willing to get you started.
By attending a class on gun safety and proper operation of the target throwers a Park member can gain access to these fields during other hours. Cost for Park members and their guests is $3.50 per round of 25 targets.
Registered Amateur Trapshooting Association (ATA) shoots are held monthly, typically on the first Saturday of the month. Registration starts at 9:00 a.m. and shooting starts at 10:00 a.m. Courses of fire include 16-yard, handicap, and doubles. Cost is $17.00 per 100 targets for adults and $10.00 for youths plus applicable daily fees of $6.00. You must be a member of the ATA to participate. If you are not currently an ATA member you can join at the shoot or by clicking on the link below and exploring all that an ATA membership has to offer.
Big 50 shoots, which non registered shooters can participate in, are held monthly, typically on the third Tuesday of the month. Cost is $7.00 for adults and $4.00 for youths. Cost to register Big 50 targets is $3.00 for adults and $1.50 for youth.
Trap & Skeet Club Meetings
The IWLL Trap & Skeet Club meetings are held on the 2nd Sunday of each quarter at 1400 (2:00 PM) at the T&S range. The meeting dates for 2015 are: 11 January, 12 April, 12 July and 11 October.
T&S Range Safety Orientation - Machinery Operation Training
Range orientation and safety training is offered on the 3rd Thursday of each month at the T&S Club house. The range orientation class commences at 5:30 PM (1730) and the target thrower equipment operation at 6:30 PM (1830). The orientation and training is open to all Chapter and Park members.
For further information contact Billy Wood at (e-mail) or at Tel: (434) 941-8870.
This portion will take about 1 hour.
Operator training will follow. Operator training allows the park member to access the facility and operate
on an individual basis. We will be 9:30 finishing this training.
Cost is $5 for the training per family membership.
Class will be held at the Shotgun clubhouse.
Questions? Ask B.D. Wood (email@example.com)