South Kent Sportsman's Club
Dorr, Michigan

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Welcome to South Kent Sportsman's Club.  We offer something for everybody, trap, skeet, rifle and pistol.   Serving the Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Holland, Grand Haven, Allegan, Hastings and surrounding southwestern Michigan communities, we're conveniently located 3 miles West of Dorr.  Click here for a map to SKSC.

Club House  SKSC 2016 Ranges

Check out our new Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page.
We're adding new Q & A all the time.

Our Mission:

SKSC is a member-owned, volunteer-operated, non-profit club that provides a friendly and safe environment for nearly every firearms enthusiast.

MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL:  You may renew your membership by mail for 2019. Info on FAQ page.

NEW MEMBERS: You will be required to complete the new member training and testing.
Please sign-up for the class at the link below: 

Please note that if there is a Winter Storm Warning at the time of a class, that class will be cancelled and you will need to sign-up for another class.


The 500m Range will be open for scheduled matches on that range.

ATTENTION ALL MEMBERS:  The 500 M range is now available to members during scheduled times.  To make use of this range, you must go to the 500 M Range page and then click on the link to the Calendar.  Directions and information are on the range page.  Click here to go to the 500 M Range page: 

Please check this new web-page for our 500-meter range calendar for more details as they become available, or to sign-up for our RO Class.


FAQ and E-mail Address for Questions Regarding Memberships

Got a question regarding your membership, renewing your membership, or joining SKSC?

  1. First check our Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) page here
  2. If you still can't find an answer, then use this e-mail:
  3. Please do NOT use for membership correspondance


Reminder - Weather Closing Rules:

  • Trap & Skeet
    • Closed or suspended when a Storm Warning is in effect for Allegan County (near club area)
    • Suspended when lightning is present near club area
    • Here is the National Weather Service Link:
  • Meetings
    • If meetings will be affected, we notify local TV stations

IDPA 2010 State Shoot

Shooting, Training & Event Schedules

You do NOT have to be a SKSC member to participate in our matches:

  • IHMSA Handgun Silhouette
    • 1st Saturday of the month, May - August
  • Steel Challenge
    • 1st Saturday of the month, April - November
    • FAQ page here
  • CMP Rifle
    • 1st Sunday of the month, April - September
    • FAQ page here
  • NRA Rifle Silhouette
    • 2nd Saturday of the month, May - October
    • FAQ page here
  • Bench Rest Silhouette
    • 2nd Saturday of the month, May - October
    • FAQ page here
  • IDPA Handgun
    • Setup 2nd Saturday - Match on Sunday, March - October
    • FAQ page here
  • USPSA Handgun
    • 3rd Saturday of the month, March - October
    • FAQ page here
  • Trap & Skeet (open to the public)
    • Sunday 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. + Tuesday & Thursday 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
    • Note: Must be signed up 1 hour prior to close
    • Manager on-duty for club applications and dues payments
    • FAQ page here
  • Project Appleseed Rifle Instruction
    • Check the calendar for dates
    • FAQ page here
  • Club Work Days
    • 4th Saturday of the month, 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., March - September
    • 4 hours of service saves you $40 on next-year's club dues!
  • Board and Membership Meetings
    • 2nd Monday of the month, 7:00 p.m. (membership) and 8:00 p.m. (board)



Southkent is hosting two upcoming events.

On March 30th and 31st we are hosting a USPSA level 1 RO seminar. This will include the Steel Challenge add on. Cost is tentatively $40 per student but final cost will be based on participation. Register on Practiscore at

You may also register on the USPSA site.

We are also hosting a Level II steel Challenge event, March 31st to June 2nd.

Register on Practiscore at

You must be a member of USPSA/SCSA to join these events.

We are also looking for club members to help at the Steel challenge event, earning their work credit. Most needed is volunteers to paint the targets between shooters. No experience required.

Contact Jim Klugiewicz at with questions.


Range Safety:

Safety is our #1 priority at SKSC.  Each member has an obligation toward the safety of themselves and guests they bring with them as well as others around them.  We all watch each others' backs!  If an accident happens at our club, it needs to be reported to club leadership by filling out our Incident Report Form and send it to the club via e-mail to or U.S. Mail.

P.O. Box 206
Dorr, MI 49323-0206

What's New:

  • SKSC has a new Range Use Policy as of 1-Jan-2016.  Please read it at the bottom of our Contacts page here.

  • The two manual range gates have been replaced with electric gates (similar to the main gate at the etrance).  These gates will have a key-pad to enter the 500-meter or 200-meter ranges.  Just enter the combination on your annual member card.  To leave the ranges, simply approach the gates slowly with your vehicle and the gate will open for 20 seconds.

  • We have improved the road from the the street all the way back to the South range gate.  This will really help keep down the dust as well as drain better.  Please respect the posted speed limit.

Work Days:

Want to save $40 when you renew?  Volunteer just 4 hours at one of our Work Days (usually the 4th Saturday of the month from March through September), from around 9:00am to 1:00pm.  Work begins at 9 and runs to 1PM.  Meet at the club house for work assignments.  Bring gloves, rakes, shovels, pruners, hammers, saws, and other types of tools.   Work days are scheduled so members can help keep the club maintained.  Those who work get work credit towards next years’ dues.  You receive $10 per hour worked up to 4 hours.  If you can’t make it out to the scheduled work day, but still would like to help, please contact a board member as there are always other projects ongoing that could use your help.  Do you have a special talent or access to special materials?  Donating either will also give you work credit.

New Ranges, Sharing and Closings:

We're built even more 7-yard bays on the West side of the road, across from our six general purpose bunkers.  We converted the 50/100-yard and special-purpose range to a 35-yard range due to potential safety issues.  While the special-purpose ranges will not be available for members on a daily basis, they will allow our members to continue to shoot in the regular bays even during scheduled events.  Some special events may still require that ranges, such as the 200-meter, be shared rather than closed.  Check the club calendar for ranges that may be closed, or shared before you come out to shoot.

Safety is or #1 priority at SKSC, and all of our members have taken our safety and orientation class.  If you see an unsafe condition on any of our ranges, call a cease-fire and work with the other members to correct the issue.  The continued operation of our club depends on all of us to cooperate!  If you cannot resolve an unsafe condition, please fill out our Range Incident Report and get it to one of our Board of Directors or e-mail it back to .  If the situation warrants, please call 911 and report the problem immediately.