BDHACC Facilities and Usage

The property contains two 100 yard Firearms Ranges, a Turkey Shoot range, a 3D archery range, and a 5 Stand Sporting Clay range. The property also contains two cold water creeks and provides a great spot to introduce a young angler to the mysteries of trout fishing.

Usage and Guest Fees

Rifle, Pellet and Handgun Ranges – No charge for members, see Guest Fees

5 Stand Sporting Clays Range (usage fee applies, $5.00 for 25 targets members and guests) Users can purchase a card for 10 rounds of Sporting Clays for $40.00. Contact the Sporting Clays Committee

* Fee for Sporting Clay effective January 1, 2012

Archery Target Range – No charge for members, See Guest Fees

Archery 3D Target Walking Course (usage fee applies $2.00 per round), See Guest Fees

Facility Use by Members

All members and guests must sign in and out at the log book located at each range facility. If a user leaves one range and goes to another, they must sign out of the range they left and sign in at that range they go to. All members are provided with a copy of the Range Rules on joining the club. Members are responsible to be familiar with these rules before using the ranges. A copy of the range rules are kept at each range facility. ALL MEMBERS USING THE RANGES MUST WEAR THE CLUB IDENTIFICATION CARD ISSUED TO THEM. This also applies to family members at the club. New membership cards are issued in late May / early June of each year to returning members. Interim members are issued membership cards that are valid until cards are issued in the spring.

Guest Fees

A guest fee of $10.00 per person per day is charged for rifle/handgun/archery range use. All guests must be accompanied by members when on the property. Members are responsible to ensure the club receives fees for their guests.

Bringing Guests to BDHACC

Members are welcome to bring guests to BDHACC for a maximum of three times. After three visits a guest must become a member to continue to use club facilities. Members are responsible for the actions and safety of their guest(s) while on club property. Members must make guest aware of all safety requirements and range procedures. Beginning in May 2008, all guests must wear an identification tag while on club property. Before leaving the property, guests tags and fee payment must be deposited in the appropriate location in one of the range facilities.

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Directions to the BDHACC

The Barrie District Hunters and Anglers Conservation Club is located on the 2nd concession of Springwater Township, (formerly Vespra) approximately 3 km north of the village of Midhurst. 1758 Old 2nd South

From Barrie and points south

Take Hwy 400 north and exit at Forbes Road (first exit north of Barrie). Turn right at Forbes Road (west) and then turn right at the Old Second South (north). Follow the Old second to the club's main entrance just past Storey Road and opposite the gravel pit entrance.

From the north

Take Highway 400 south and exit at Horseshoe Valley. Turn right at HorseshoeValley and then left on the Old Second South (first >left). Follow the Old Second to the main club entrance.

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