Trap & Skeet

Facility Overview

The Prince George’s Trap and Skeet Center is a premier shotgun clay target shooting facility. Our facility is one of only 47 Gun Clubs in the U.S. that offer Olympic Games of International Trap (also known as International Bunker) and International Skeet. Whether enjoyed as a personal hobby or competitive sport, clay target shooting can become an enjoyable lifetime activity. 

Large modern facilities provide fun and challenging games for beginner to experienced shooters: 

  • 22 station Sporting Clays Course with covered stations 
  • 8 Trap fields, 13 Skeet fields 
  • Five-Stand, Wobble Trap, International Trap, International Skeet 
  • Lighted Fields 
  • Shotgun Rental (for onsite only) 
  • Shelters & Picnic Tables for shooters 
  • Paved paths 
  • Clubhouse deck overlooking fields 
  • First Shot Safety Program 
  • Instruction for all levels 
  • Leagues for all levels 
  • Able to accommodate large groups 
  • Corporate outings, tournament hosting
  • Pavilion rental available for large groups event

All services are first-come, first-served, with no reservations required. All shotguns and shells are subject to inspection. Check-in at the clubhouse to purchase tickets to shoot. 

Fees 

Find the fees associated with games and the use of the Trap & Skeet Center.

Trap & Skeet Programs

The Trap & Skeet Center provides a variety of programs that will benefit patrons of all ages in Prince George's County.

Instruction for all ages 

  • Instructional Lessons 
  • First Shot Safety Program
  • Safety Classes 
  • Target Shooting Summer Camp 
  • Tournament & League Hosting
  • Our qualified staff can help you plan your outing or tournament 
  • Small or large groups 
  • Learn more about our tournaments and leagues

Safety is our number one concern 

Clay target shooting is among the safest of all recreational sports. At the Prince George’s County Trap & Skeet Center, we strictly adhere to the rules of shooting safety. As a firearms user, it is your responsibility to know how to properly handle your firearm safely. Novice shooters will receive gun safety instruction before use and must take the First Shot Safety Program.

  • Eye & ear protection is mandatory 
  • All shotguns and shells are subject to inspection 
  • Shotguns having a barrel length less than 23 inches are NOT allowed