A man standing behind a stone wall practicing his shot

Sporting Clays

at Orvis Hill Country

The 15-station course at Orvis Hill Country follows the spine of the hilltop property, meandering out of cornfield edges and into the woods, at points affording shooters a soaring, 10-mile view. The dramatic topography of the northern Blue Ridge is leveraged throughout the course, and shooters will similarly appreciate robust new cages and state-of-the-art traps. A clays round at Orvis Hill Country guarantees not only a diversity of challenging target presentations but also a chance to explore the scope of the landscape through the seasons. A Five Stand and Wobble round out the offerings. As is the signature at Orvis Shooting Grounds, a trapper will join each group on the course, ensuring shooters the best and most tailored experience possible.

Orvis Hill Country is open to the public seven days a week, offering sportsmen and sportswomen a welcome space to take part in the country pursuits. Whether you are looking for a friendly, safe, and thoughtful introduction to wingshooting—or if you are a seasoned upland hunter or sporting clays shooter—you will find a second home at Orvis Hill Country.

Please note: Reservations are required to shoot the sporting clays course. We recommend calling the clubhouse at least 24 hours in advance to make your reservation.

Sporting Clays Memberships at Orvis Hill Country provide you with the opportunity for Sporting Clays, Five Stand, and Wobble at a favorable member rate.

Sporting Clays Membership

Individual Membership Fee: $175

Family Membership Fee: $275

A man standing behind a rock wall shooting a shotgun
A woman practicing shooting clays
A group of people in a stand nestled in the woods