Opening for Members Only - Tuesday, May 19

As a result of recent updates to the Re-open Saskatchewan plan to enable outdoor recreational facilities to commence operations, the Saskatoon Gun Club will be tentatively opening on Tuesday May 19. To ensure process/procedures are properly implemented, in order to protect our patrons and staff, it has been decided that the initial opening will ONLY be for individuals who were members in 2019. At this time guests of members and non members will not be permitted to shoot at the club. The SGC plan is to open to non members during phase 4 or 5, depending on the Re-open Saskatchewan plan requirements at that time.

Further details will be provided with respect to policies/procedures/structures put in place as result this restricted opening.

Prior to visiting the SGC, please click the "SGC Member Screening Protocol" link in the top right corner of this box and complete the screening protocol.

Thank you for your patience and understanding

Keep Safe


The SGC is approved to operate between 800-2200h, 7 days a week in adherence to the RM of Aberdeen Bylaw No.2002-06. In respecting surrounding acreages, it is everyone’s responsibility to ensure this Bylaw is adhered to. Should anyone be found shooting at times outside these hours on SGC property, disciplinary action will be taken: up to revoking of shooting privileges. The SGC will investigate complaints of shooting outside of the approved times and report all results to the RM of Aberdeen.

Our Club

The Saskatoon Gun Club operates a 230 acre trap, skeet, and sporting clay shooting facility, which is open to the public.

The Club has 6 trap fields, 4 skeet fields, 1 5-stand field, a 16 station sporting clays course, and an international trap bunker. We host major competitions each year. We have parking for 250 cars and an RV/Tent/Tent-Trailer area. The shooting season is early spring to late fall. …More

Junior Program

Do you know a junior interested in learning to shoot?

We are working to develop sessions to introduce youth to shotgun sports including: safe firearm handling and use, proper technique, rules and etiquette. There is special pricing in effect for junior shooters, including a number of free rounds. …More

Getting Started

New shooter, or just new to the club?

Depending on your previous firearms experience, there are a few ways to get started with shotgun sports at the Saskatoon Gun Club. See our Getting Started page for details. More