Upper Perkiomen Sportsmen's Association








UPSA Summer picnic is back!!  RSVP by 7/13.  Click on flyer for additional information.


  Welcome to Upper Perkiomen Sportsmen’s Association (UPSA).  

Our Club’s first and most important tenet is FIREARM SAFETY.  We hope you enjoy all the activities and facilities the club has to offer but always keep in mind THE SAFE HANDLING OF FIREARMS.

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Upper Perkiomen Sportsmen's Association is private (Members only) not for profit, not-for-hire organization, that has a membership of over 400 individuals and families, from all walks of life. Members have the use of all Club ranges during daylight hours, and night shooting on the shotgun range during organized events only. While we are a private club, new memberships are available.  Non-members are welcome and encouraged to attend any of our organized trap shooting events.

Available ranges:  Trap,  Archery,  Pistol and a 50 yd & 100 yd Rifle 

* NO Hunting on Upper Perkiomen Sportsmen's Association Property! *

* NO Alcohol Consumption on the Ranges *


We have updated and added scheduled events at the club. 


Please check the Calendar, NRA Training Courses , and Club Educational Events often for updates and signup details.
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Click here to view a short drone video of our newly improved club grounds!

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~ UPSA Club Short List of some Upcoming Events as of 6/15/24

* Next UPSA Meat Shoot - Sunday, June 30 10 AM - Prizes - Grilling Steaks!

Pistol Clinics - June 12 & July 17 - sign up here

Friday night open trap shoots in progress - league and practice schedule posted here!

       


     Located in the small town of Red Hill, the Association was incorporated in 1942.  The Association started out as a Fish and Game club and began to hold regularly scheduled trap shoots. 

     The late 1970's showed a marked drop in attendance at these shoots. At the same time the growing interest in Muzzle Loading rifles helped the formation of a Black Powder Committee. In 1980 the muzzle loader shoots became the main stay of the club and continued through 2001. However, a drop in attendance caused the termination of scheduled shoots in 2002. 

     The interest in Trap shooting had increased and in 1999 the Association joined the Montgomery County Federation Winter League. The year 2000 saw the first full schedule of trap shoots, with an increase in number for 2001. The monthly first Sunday meat trap shoots have been very popular and are ongoing.  Recently the club has sponsored and provided trained counselors for the Boy Scout Shotgun Merit Badge. 

     The Club Training Committee has greatly increased the number of courses offered.  This as well as significant facilities improvements have been made possible by the great involvement of our Members who volunteer their time and efforts.  A significant increase in Member donations to the Club was also welcome in 2022.

  Want to know what events are scheduled for the club? 

UPSA Calendar /NRA Training Courses

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