Welcome to the Otter Valley Gun Club

Promoting the responsible sport of firearm and archery shooting.
If you have any of the symptoms below please stay home.  Do NOT come to the club. 
Please contact the Public Health unit to schedule a test and follow their guidelines.

 

Loss of Taste and/or Smell
Fever over 100.4 degrees F / 38 degrees C
Sore Throat
Runny Nose or Nasal congestion
New or Worsening Cough
Shortness of Breathe
Nausea / vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain
Body Aches
Headache
Difficulty Swallowing

SOME IMPORTANT GUIDELINES TO REMEMBER:
Please wash hands before and after you visit to Otter Valley
You MUST maintain physical distancing of 6 feet at all times
You MUST wear a mask at all times 

 

 

Recent news

  • Indoor Range has Reopened

    The range has been reopened but a strict three person limit is still in place . Shooting is permitted on every other lane so that distancing can be maintained . If you arrive to use the range and there are three members using it please wait outside for them to finish . If you are on the range and someone...
  • COVID UPDATE

    The Executives have voted in favour of keeping the ranges open at this time . The guide lines handed down indicate that Gun Clubs may remain open . However we have agreed that  MASKS ARE MANDATORY  at all times on club property and physical distancing of 2 meters or approximately six feet needs to be strictly adhered to . Non compliance...

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PRIVATE PROPERTY

No trespassing

No hunting allowed

The Otter Valley Rod and Gun Club is located on a 50 acre forested area just outside of Straffordville.

We have a full clubhouse with indoor shooting facilities, a kitchen and meeting area, an outdoor 200 yard rifle range, a pistol range, 4 trap fields, 10 station sporting clay range, and a large fishing pond.

Our clubhouse along with many of our shooting facilities are handicap accessible due to a recent upgrade made from a generous Trillium Foundation Grant.

We offer:

In the 2007-2008 year we received an Ontario Trillium Grant to enhance our clubs facilities, making it safer, more accessible and more energy-efficient. Our pond was included in this grant and received a thorough clean up which enhanced our spring fishing derby.