The Flagler Sports & Conservation Association, Inc. (dba Flagler Gun & Archery Club) is a private range owned and operated by its members. The Association was founded in 2002 in Bunnell, Florida. Members have improved the 116 acres and now have (4) Trap Fields, (3) Skeet Fields, an Action Range, a Formal Pistol Range, (9) Action Bays, (3) Rifle Ranges (50, 100, & 200 yards), a 3-D Archery Range, and a Sporting Clays track. The Ranges are open to members and their guests 365 days per year. All Flagler County law enforcement agencies use the Range for their live fire training.
Our Mailing Address is: P.O. Box 156, Bunnell, FL 32110 (Invoices should be mailed to this address)
Note: If you plan to come to the club be advised that it is gated and requires a prior appointment to enter the grounds.
The Mission of this Association shall be to cooperate with Federal and State Wildlife Management Agencies in furtherance of their conservation activities.
- To support and promote conservation and protect our natural resources.
- To foster good citizenship, self-discipline and sportsmanship among members.
- To encourage the responsible and safe execution of the shooting sports including rifle, shotgun, pistol and bow and arrow.
- To promote safe gun handling and proper use of firearms.
- To encourage young people to learn firearm safety and to participate in the shooting sports.
The Association will acquire, own, lease, dispose of or otherwise control such real and personal property as may be necessary or desirable to carry out the objectives of this Association.
The Flagler Gun & Archery Club grew out of the Palm Coast Gun and Archery Club, that was located in the northern part of Flagler County, just north of what is now Matanzas High School. The original club leased their land, and the owner sold that land to a developer in the mid 1990's. Several officers of that original club began a search for an appropriate site to start over. The land where the club is now located was purchased from the George Allen family that owns the surrounding 700+ acres of pasture land. Improvements made to the property were funded by members donations, and by (2) Special Assessments charged to all members of $500 each. New members are still required to pay these assessments, and are how the club continues to improve its facility. The operation of the club is funded by annual dues and range fees. All Officers and Directors are volunteers. By-Laws