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Gatlinburg Sportsman’s Club

There is nothing quite like being in the Smoky Mountains, surrounded by all the green forests, or the fall when all the yellow, orange, and red hues have crept in. Being in the great outdoors does not have to simply be a passive experience; in fact, nature calls you to come and enjoy it. The Gatlinburg Sportsman’s Club encourages you to get out of your cabin porch rocking chair and join fellow outdoor enthusiasts at this private outdoor shooting range and fishing hole! Enjoy gate access any time as a member of the club, or simply call ahead to make an appointment for the weekend. The Gatlinburg Sportsman’s Club offers multiple types of shooting ranges, a fishing pond, and a picnic pavilion overlooking the water. Bring your fellow vacationers with you, enjoy good company at The Club, or just get away for a quiet day to yourself!

Shooting Ranges
The Gatlinburg Sportsman’s Club has 5 different types of ranges for a variety of firearm enthusiasts. Upon entrance through the gate, you will pass the 200-meter rifle range. This range is meant for refining your steady long shot. Beyond the fishing pond is the 100-yard rifle range for practicing those midrange fires. The reactive pistol range has metal reactive targets provided by the club. These targets are unique, and therefore have restrictions easily laid out to members on the website and by club officials.

The Gatlinburg Sportsman’s Club also provides a special range for police usage; however, during times when there are no scheduled police activities and other ranges within the club are more heavily in use, civilian members may use the police range by permission. The last range offered by the club is the Clay Target Range. The Gatlinburg Sportsman’s Club offers trap, skeet, and sporting clay target practice to members on weekend afternoons by appointment.

Casting A Line
The fishing pond is a picturesque location among the Tennessee pines and native forestry. The lawn is neatly kept and provides ample space around the pond for setting up your lawn chairs and sitting down to relax next to your fishing poles and tackle boxes. Watch your little ones catch their first fish and enjoy a picnic lunch at the nearby pavilion. As you stand around the pond or sit on the wooden benches, meet new acquaintances who range from locals to annual visitors. The Gatlinburg Sportsman’s Club doesn’t just provide a service, but a way of mountain life.

Events at the Gatlinburg Sportsman’s Club
The Gatlinburg Sportsman’s Club also hosts a variety of events! There are periodic skeet shoot competitions, handgun challenges, and even a Sunday Skeet Shoot for the Handicap League. What’s a sport without a little competition, right? These events are also great times for members to get together and meet other gun enthusiasts. Past events have even provided cold drinks to all participants “after guns are back in their cases.” Nothing quite like being surrounded by the beauty of the Smoky Mountains, friends, drinks, and a good competition to watch (or even join!) The Club also holds a monthly meeting to keep members in-the-know and gives new members to get an excellent feel for the organization and its values.

Gatlinburg Sportsman’s Club Gives Back
In the fourth and fifth Articles of the Official Club Tennessee Charter, the Gatlinburg Sportsman’s Club informs its members, visitors, and outsiders of some of its lesser-known facets. The Club is a not-for-profit organization and intends to leave its community and nature better than they found it. The GSC is committed to rearing and stocking fish into local streams along with stocking approved areas with upland game birds. The Club is also committed to firearm education and nature preservationawareness through seminars and youth programs. If the year-round use of this beautiful facility was not reason enough to be a paying member, their reputation and activity among the surrounding community is sure to win you over. The Gatlinburg Sportsman’s Club is listed under GreatNonProfits.org!

Become A Member
Ready to join? It’s simple and conducted in a way to ensure everyone’s safety. Simply fill out an application, complete a few regulatory forms, and attend an orientation. These steps are required of all new members. When you visit the Gatlinburg Sportsman’s Club, you are among informed enthusiasts. The annual dues are listed on the Club’s website and all proceeds go towards the different programs the GSC performs to benefit nature and the outdoor sports community.

Your contribution and membership dues give you a personal gate key to access the ranges and fishing pond any time you like! Your visits to the Smoky Mountains just got a whole lot more fun, and you are able to give back in an influential way. If you are not an annual visitor to the area or have your own apprehensions about the Gatlinburg Sportsman’s Club, simply schedule a visit on the weekend!

Members and guests are not left with many questions with the clear rules, guidelines, and helpful information provided on the Sportsman’s Club website, but if you have any unique inquiries or want to schedule a visit, just call (865) 436-0271 and you will be greeted by the friendly Club Secretary, Mike Cravy.

Travel Information
The Gatlinburg Sportsman’s Club is located at:
649 King Branch Road
Sevierville, TN 37876

Need Supplies?
Buds Gun Shop and Tennessee Range
2270 Two Rivers Blvd
Sevierville, TN 37876

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2320 Winfield Dunn Pkwy
Sevierville, TN 37876

 

Want some more ways to enjoy the great outdoors?

Horseback Riding
Travel miles of beautiful, wooded mountain trails through and around the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on horseback with one of the many great stables nearby. With experienced guides and experienced horses, riders are not required to have the experience coming in! Trails wind through mountain terrain and wooded areas. Get glimpses of Smoky Mountain wildlife in their natural habitats, such as turkeys plucking around the forest floors for food, deer prancing through the shade, and black bears scaling trees for their next snack.

Ziplining
Smoky Mountain Ziplines and Canopy Tours offers over 4,200 feet of zipline cables down a mountainside with incredible views! Take a ride in the back of their military jeeps up the mountain to the top and talk to the friendly guides who will help you along your zipline experience and give you all the best pointers for your Smoky Mountain trip. Smoky Mountain Ziplines is continually given excellent ratings along with multiple Certificate of Excellence from Tripadvisor!

Sightseeing
You won’t want to miss out on the serene beauty and invigorating natural views of the Smokies of Cades Cove. Drive or cycle the paved 11-mile route through the beautiful mountain valley that boasts some of the best views the Smoky Mountains have to offer. Cades Cove drifts through a restored historic Appalachian town settled in a dreamy wooded setting on the outskirts of the loop around the valley. Hike the wooded trail to the cascading Abrams Falls and end your adventures with a packed picnic lunch under the pavilions. Cades Cove Stables also offers hay-rides, horseback rides, and horse-drawn carriages to soak in the sites with an informative guide.

Whether it’s shooting and fishing at the Gatlinburg Sportsman’s Club, ziplining, horseback riding, or hiking, exploring the mountains, valleys, and forests is a therapeutic experience. Make your next visit to the Smoky Mountains an exciting outdoor adventure along with your time of relaxation in the cabin!