Squamish Valley Rod and Gun Club:

Incorporated July 30 1942 under the BC Societies Act. Squamish's oldest club. 

 Current year membership is required to access the grounds. The gate and washroom codes change on April 1 each year.

 We are a private club.

- Members and Guests of Adult Members Only -

Guests must be Accompanied by a Member (Members may take up to 2 guests, but must supervise 1 on 1 when shooting) 

We are NOT open to the general public, except for organized Club Shoots - Pistol, 22 Silhouette, Frontier, 22 Two Gun, Rifle, Precision Rifle and Trap (prize shoots only), where there is an entry fee to the event. 

This is not negotiable. It is a condition of our operating license. 


It is your responsibility to ensure that you are abiding by the terms of your LTATT if you are transporting restricted or prohibited firearms to or from our facilities.


If you are interested in taking a firearms or hunting course click HERE


BEAR ALERT: Bears frequent the club grounds. Please do not leave any food scraps or wrappers at the range in garbage cans or anywhere on the grounds. Even a wrapper can cause a bear to go through a garbage can. Please take all food scraps and wrappers away with you. Please do not approach the bears. They are wild and are dangerous when they feel threatened especially when young bears are involved. Squamish is a  Bear Aware community.


A cease fire must called when wildlife is on the range and continue until the range is clear.



Conservation and Recreation

The Squamish Valley Rod and Gun Club would like to invite Squamish area residents to join our club. We offer outdoor recreation for virtually 12 months of the year as well as the opportunity to prepare for hunting in a safe and controlled area. Our Club celebrates 75 years in 2017 and is the oldest club in Squamish. 

We have active sections for Pistol, IPSC, 22 Silhouette, .22 Two Gun, Frontier, Rifle, Precision Rifle and Trap where you can hone your skills in a safe and friendly environment. In addition, when the organized shoots are not in session, all our ranges are available for member use on an individual basis.

In 2011, we welcomed affiliation with the West Coast Nordic Association. They were a Nordic sports organization with an emphasis on Youth Biathlon. They have evolved into Sea to Sky Nordics, incorporating all of the Nordic groups in the corridor. During the times that the Callahan Winter Sports facilities are not available, you can find these inspired youth at the Club practicing their sport. With the addition of the Squamish Legacy Sports Park next door, we have moved the outdoor archery range to the other side of our club grounds and added a dedicated biathlon range adjacent to the Legacy Sports Park property. 2016 saw the completion of our new Biathlon Range where some of the Sea to Sky area's brightest Biathletes will train in the spring, summer and fall when the Callahan facilities are not a viable option.  The park features ski jumping and biathlon training with running tracks operated by Sea to Sky Nordics

Range and facility improvements are ongoing.

We also have a very active Archery group which includes fully qualified junior instructors. The local Junior Olympic Archery Program grew out of this support. Some of our archers go on to compete at the BC Winter Games and other competitions.

We are members of the BC Wildlife Federation and host and support their programs such as Becoming an Outdoor Woman, Resident PriorityWilderness Watch and Fishing Forever. We also maintain representation on several committees at the Regional level.

We provide training facilities for a broad range of law enforcement groups including RCMP, West Van Police, Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Conservation Officer Service, BC Forest Service, BC Park Rangers and CN Railway Officers.

In the past, as many residents will remember, it was quite OK to drop around to the range and pay a day fee, before heading out to the woods. That is no longer possible as Federal regulations require that we are NOT open to drop-in public access. We are Members Only. Guests must be accompanied by an adult member. There is a locked gate.

If a non-member would like to view our facilities, arrangements can be made prior to a visit by emailing president@svrgc.org

Please check the calendar (top menu) for important dates and information.

Be careful at all times. Keep safety in mind. Look for and read ALL Safety notices posted around the various ranges.

2050 Centennial Way PO Box 384 Squamish BC V8B 0A3 | Map
PRESIDENT : Mike Morgan | president@svrgc.org
MEMBERSHIP : svrgcmembership@svrgc.org

Squamish Valley Rod & Gun Club

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