Founded in 1949, The North Brookfield Sportsmen’s Club is the area’s premier club for those interested in fishing, hunting, and trap shooting. The Club is a not-for-profit corporation formed under the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ rules and regulations.
Located on 92 acres in North Brookfield Massachusetts, the Club houses long gun, pistol and archery range.
The club house is a perfect setting for your next function. The 2,000 square foot club house has an open floor plan with a bar, a kitchen and restrooms. There are plenty of tables and chairs to accommodate both small and large events. The club house and grounds can be rented for a nominal fee.
Contact Philip Courchaine at 508-867-5353 to reserve the club house for your event.
NORTH BROOKFIELD: 4 session traditional course
Class sessions meet March 19th, 21st, 24th & 26th
20 Boynton Road
North Brookfield, MA 01535
|Mon, Mar 19: 6:30–9pm
Wed, Mar 21: 6:30–9pm
Sat, Mar 24: 8am–5pm
Mon, Mar 26: 6:30–9pm
|To enroll call
Spaghetti Supper Fundraiser
for the NBSC Steel Wranglers, April 14th, 5:00 to 8:00 pm; for details, see our events page
Kids Fishing Derby
April 28, 2018 at the North Brookfield Town Forest
Trap Shooting – Beginning April 25, 2018
Wednesday Nights 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM Weather Permitting
The club runs a trap shoot every Wednesday night (weather permitting) from 7:00 to 10 PM. The season starts on the last Wednesday in April and typically runs to Thanksgiving. $4 per round.
NBSC Steel Wranglers Youth Pistol Team
We are looking for a few good kids!
The NBSC Steel Wranglers youth pistol team is looking for more members. If you or anyone you know is at least 12 years old through college, is interested in firearms and team-based shooting and would like to explore the opportunities available with responsible firearm knowledge & experience, please contact us for information. Our team is preparing to register with Scholastic Action Shooting Program (SASP) to compete with teams on a regional and national level.
Please contact us if you are interested in this great opportunity and we can answer any questions!
NBSC Annual Trail Ride
Banquet – roast beef cooked on a spit or chicken barbecue with full course dinner included with entry, also pre-ride coffee and donuts. Make sure you select your meal choice on the entry form.
Extra meal tickets available – donation of $15, in advance.
Registration & entry fees must be received by Sun., Oct. 28, 2018 & are REQUIRED for those riding JUDGED. Adults – $55; under 18 years & Pony Club – $35; 4-H members with current card – $30. We will accept unjudged late entries until ride fills or Thursday, Nov. 1, whichever occurs first. NO entries will be accepted if received after Nov.1. Early entries received before Thurs., Oct. 18th will be issued a $5. discount on the day of the ride. No post entries. NO division or mileage changes can be made unless changing from the judged to the unjudged ride. Again, due to weather constraints, and in order to better manage entries, we must have a firm closing date; NO judged entries received after Sunday, Oct. 28 – no exceptions. ENTRIES are NON-REFUNDABLE – no exceptions.
Ride length & check-ins
8 mile ride and 17 mile ride will include judging of obstacles which could be encountered on a pleasure trail ride. Enter either in the judged or unjudged divisions. Make sure to list your horse’s breed and reg. # if you want to be eligible for numerous Breed Awards. Big Raffle!
Check in 17 miles: 8:00-8:30 AM; Ride out: 8:30-9:00 AM – You will be assigned ride out times starting at 8:30am Check in 8 miles: 8:30-9:00 AM; Ride out: at 9:00-11:00 AM – You will be assigned ride out times starting at 9:00am
For further information, contact: ERegTrailRide@yahoo.com or Larry Underwood, 41 Boynton Road, North Brookfield, Mass. 01535; 508-867-7855
WARNING: Under Massachusetts law, an equine professional is not liable for an injury to, or the death of, a participant in equine activities resulting from the inherent risks of equine activities, pursuant to section 2D of chapter 128 of the General Laws.
Riders under 18 years of age are required to wear an ASTM/SEI helmet and have a parent or guardian sign the registration form. Juniors 16 years and under must be accompanied by an adult.
Please be prepared to take your hay, sawdust, and horse manure home with you.
Directions to the Club
From the EAST
Mass Pike (Route I 90) to exit 9 (Sturbridge).After toll booths, exit on Route 20 East for 2 miles. Left onto Route 49 to the end. Left onto Route 9 West. Go through the center of East Brookfield passing the lake on your right. 0.4 miles after the lake, turn Right at sign “To Route 67 North Brookfield”. At North Brookfield center, Left on Summer Street (between Town House & Bank) for 1.6 miles. Right at Sportsmen’s Club sign onto Boynton Road for 0.2 miles. Right into Club driveway.
From the WEST
Mass Pike (Route I 90) to exit 8 (Palmer). After toll booths, turn Right toward Palmer for 0.6 mile. At the light, turn Left onto Route 20 East. Go 2.5 miles and turn Right onto Route 67 North going under the underpass. Stay on Route 67 North going through West Warren, Warren, and West Brookfield to North Brookfield center, (16.4 miles from where you turned off Route 20). At North Brookfield center, Left on Summer Street (between Town House & Bank) for 1.6 miles. Right at Sportsmen’s Club sign onto Boynton Road for 0.2 miles. Right into Club driveway.
From the SOUTH
Route 148 North or Route 67North to North Brookfield Center. Left on Summer Street (between Town House & Bank) for 1.6 miles. Right at Sportsmen’s Club sign onto Boynton Road for 0.2 miles. Right into Club driveway.
From the NORTH
Route 148 or Route 67 to North Brookfield Center. Right on Summer Street (between Town House & Bank) for 1.6 miles. Right at Sportsmen’s Club sign onto Boynton Road for 0.2 miles. Right into Club driveway.