Located at 2178 Chapman Dam Road, 2.2 miles from U.S. Route
6 in Clarendon, PA (Click Here for Map), the club offers facilities for many types of recreational and competitive firearms programs and activities. The Kalbfus Club has long been a supporter of the Pennsylvania Game Commission and the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission management programs and is affiliated with the National Rifle Association and the Pennsylvania Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs.
The Kalbfus Clubhouse and its various facilities are located on approximately 80 acres of land, most of which are in timber. The on-site facilities include two lighted trap fields, a lighted skeet field, a 100 target Sporting Clays course, and a 50/100-yard rifle and handgun range with four covered benches.
The Trap and Skeet Fields are open to the public for practice on Tuesday evenings year round. Sporting Clays practice is open to the public on Thursday mornings year round, and often on Tuesday evenings during summer months. Check the Calendar for scheduled sessions.
Activities involving the Club's facilities abound during the year. The Club fields a team for Summer, Fall, and Winter Trap Leagues and sponsors a high school trap team for the Scholastic Trap League. The Club participates in the Winter Tri-County Sporting Clays League, hosts a Skeet League during summer months, and hosts a Pendleton (Walk Back) Trap League during the fall.
The Sporting Clays course can be scheduled for private parties. The Clubhouse and other facilites are available for member-sponsored rentals.
The Rifle and Handgun Range is generally available any time the club is not being used for another function. The Range House adjacent to the Rifle/Handgun range is fully equipped with target stands, sand bags, and other accessories to complement target shooting.
Other Kalbfus Club activities include Hunter/Trapper Education Classes, an annual Family Picnic, “Sight-in Days” conducted prior to the opening of the Pennsylvania deer season, Youth Pheasant Hunts, and various Memorial and Benefit Trap and Sporting Clays Shoots.
The Kalbfus Club is self-supported by a wide variety of income sources including dues, raffles, club shoots, and periodic timber sales. All fund-raising activities are administered by the entire membership and are legalized by the Club's Small Games of Chance license.