The Anderson County Sportsman's Club is a not for profit, fully volunteer organization dedicated to preserving the 2nd Amendment of the US Constitution and the heritage of our state.
Our forefathers hunted this land and fished these waters in order to provide a better life for their families. They were well aware of the bounty provided by the land and worked to preserve it for future generations. Their firearms were their right hand; used to protect their families, provide food for their tables and sometimes even a little friendly competition to while away the time. These rights remain our goal.
As NRA members, ACSC members advocate legislation that protect the right of our citizens to bear arms. The 2nd Amendment is the most important, for only with it can all our other freedoms be upheld.
Through habitat improvements for small game, hunting and trapping to control herd populations and disease, clear water initiatives and invasive species control, the sportsmen and women of Kentucky are the protectors of the heritage of Kentucky. ACSC volunteers advocate education and mentoring as a vital step in securing Kentucky's future.
KY Hunter Education, NRA Women on Target, and ACSC's Orion Youth Program provide educational opportunities in a classroom and range setting. For those who want to venture into hunting or sport shooting, ACSC provides a mentoring program. The youth hunter mentoring program is provided by a group of volunteer landowners, hunters and KY Dept of Fish and Wildlife personnel to take the youth from the classroom to the practical in a safe, supervised environment - creating future sportsmen and women for our state.
Keeping Kentucky for the Kentucky Sportsman.
Nestled in the rolling hills of Central Kentucky rests 120 acres better known as the Anderson County Sportsman's Club. Established in 1968, the organization is dedicated to preserving and promoting hunting and the shooting sports in the state of Kentucky.
The Anderson County Sportsman's Club supports a full range of outdoor acitivities with ranges for rifle (up to 300 yards), shotgun (voice activated and manual traps), pistol (3 pits with steel and paper targets), silhouettes (up to 220 meters) and archery (3D as well as spot targets).
The clubhouse is handicapped accessible and includes a full kitchen, covered patio area, meeting room and restrooms.
For more information please call (502) 517-6114
Anderson County Sportsman's Club