The woodlands and farm country of the Northern Blue Ridge are home to Orvis Hill Country, one of the premier sporting clays, upland hunting, and instructional shooting properties in the world. The facility, which is approximately two hours by car from Baltimore, D.C., and Philadelphia, is nestled on 600 quiet acres that feature a 15-station woodland sporting clays course, a Five Stand, Wobble trap, and several instructional shooting sites. Orvis Wingshooting Schools and private lessons are available to the public by reservation and are taught by Orvis’s team of in-house experts. Expansive cultivated fields and hardwood hedgerows accommodate mixed bag hunting for members, with seasoned guides, pointers, and flushing dogs available for half-day hunts and European-style shoots. 

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. 

Two men behind a stone wall practicing their shot.
Two women and a man wearing bright orange standing in a field.
A group of hunters posing for the camera.

Contact Us

Orvis Hill Country Shooting Grounds

519 Gladhill Road

Fairfield, Pennsylvania 17320


Call: 717-253-9665

Open 7 days a week, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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.