Take a look at all the benefits and options you get as a member of the Minnesota Horse & Hunt Club below, then select the membership that suits your needs!
The Privileges of a Minnesota Horse & Hunt Club Membership
The Minnesota Horse and Hunt Club, known for years to be one of the finest hunting and shooting clubs in the United States, encompasses over 600 acres of managed hunting and shooting grounds. Club members may hunt Pheasant, Chukar Partridge, Hungarian Partridge, and Bobwhite Quail. As an extra bonus, we offer European style driven shoots, driven Pigeon shoots, and Wild Turkey hunting.
All of the hunting grounds are managed for the shotgun sports. The hunting grounds are continuously farmed to provide incredible cover that challenges hunters and stands up to the high volume of hunters utilizing our facilities. You’ll find corn, sorghum, wild rice, and native prairie grasses plus an abundance of cattails when the sloughs freeze over. Best of all, we don’t harvest any of the crops so you’ll enjoy maximum cover for unbelievable hunting.
In addition , the Minnesota Horse and Hunt Club has led the way in developing one of the fastest growing shooting sports in the world, Sporting Clays. Nationally recognized as one of the premier facilities in the United States, the Club offers five courses providing up to 250 different target presentations. We also have four trap fields and two skeet fields, two duck towers, a 5-stand, 200 yard rifle & pistol ranges, and much, much more.
Other Membership Shooting
Clubhouse & Events
The Minnesota Horse and Hunt Club features a state of the art Clubhouse featuring a bar and restaurant, hunter/shooter check-in area, conference room space for small groups, and a banquet / event center with room for up to 300 people. It’s an outstanding facility! Entertainment is our specialty. We can help plan your event and work with you to make your function memorable and successful.
Upland game bird hunting is not the only sport members enjoy. Members also experience native waterfowl hunting on the many natural sloughs scattered through the property. Wood ducks, Mallards, Bluebills, and Teal are just a few of the species that migrate through our preserve each Fall.