Seaway Gun Club is West Michigan's premier shotgun sports shooting complex. We offer facilities for all major shotgunning sports, as well as a warm atmosphere. Our club has many members who will be more than willing to help you get started shooting, or to help you become acquainted with our gun club. Trap, skeet, and sporting clays are open during all our public hours. You may shoot alone, with friends, or join another group. There is minimal wait time and no reservations are needed. *The 5 stand is open upon request and works best with 2 or more people.
History - Founded in 1954 by Willard Ackerberg and Jack Musselman, Seaway Gun Club is loacated north of Muskegon off US-31 at 3400 West Bard Road, and just a mile from the shores of Lake Michigan. We offer skeet, trap, wobble trap, a 5-stand and a 13-station sporting clays course.
5 Skeet Fields
All our skeet fields that are wireless and 1 field that can be accessed and used unattended.
Contact us and you will get the info on how to use this or use the following link for instructions for the field.
Seaway has 3 Trap Fields equipped with voice releases.
We have 1 field that is available for unattended shooting. Contact us for info on how to use this field.
5 - STAND *opens upon request
A Raised, Multi-level 5-Stand
We now have a wireless
unit making it easier for at least 2 people to pull for each other.
SPORTING CLAY SHOOTING
Seaway Gun Club features a 13-station sporting clays course, measuring over a mile and surrounding all of our other facilities. It provides a natural setting which simulates a hunting environment. Small vehicles (i.e. golf carts, ATVs, etc.) are permitted on the course for patrons who do not wish to walk, however, you must bring your own. We do not have rental carts. We keep a portion of the sporting clay course open and plowed during most of the winter.
The Sporting Clay Course is available to members during times other than public hours. Inquire about our key card program.
Golf Carts Welcome - Sorry, No Rentals
Youth shooting allowed with direct supervision.