Try-out the newly purchased equipment for the pistol range from the NRA
and CPW grant monies. The OPEN HOUSE event will be loosely based on United
States Practical Shooting format and guidelines. It will be a new activity for most
and guarantees to be a lot of fun!
Click the calendar link below for more details
Due to COVID-19 and current safety requirements, we ask that all members practice social distancing (maintain a 6ft personal bubble) and wear a mask if entering the clubhouse and when loading trap and skeet houses with other people. Please reach out if you have questions.
The Crooked Creek Trap Club was founded as a small private club in 1986. The original facility was located on Lee Murphy's property just outside of Fraser on county road 5. The first range had a single trap house with a hand-set western thrower. In the late 90s, the club was moved to Bud Linke's property just outside of Granby. In spring of 2011, plans to build a new facility started to take shape. Later that fall, construction began with establishing and preparing a new club site. The new site allowed for both a larger facility and for summer league to resume while construction was taking place. With an extensive amount of volunteer labor and donated materials, the club was able to finish the 2013 Summer League at the new facility.
Currently, the club is home to three trap fields, one skeet field, one five stand field, and a pistol range.