Rock Mountain Sporting Clays


Sporting clays is a shotgun sport that simulates the flight of game birds and running rabbits. It has been described as "golf with a shotgun"!


Come visit "The Rock" and enjoy the fast growing shooting sport in the world today. Have fun and enjoy our beautiful setting in Northeast Pennsylvania's Endless Mountains Region. Rock Mountain's paths are easy to follow and a pleasant walk through woods and fields. We've carefully preserved nature's beauty to enhance your experience.

From grandpa to granddaughter, everyone who enjoys shotguns can't wait to shoot another round of clays. Come visit us for a relaxing day in the outdoors trying a new shooting sport, honing your wing-shooting skills, practicing for an upcoming hunt, or competing in our NSCA Registered event or our frequent Fun Shoots.

We also offer a new pavilion that seats 250 persons for corporate meetings and events, bachelor and birthday parties, and charitable and private shooting events. Catering can be arranged by us or you.

We have golf carts, shotguns, protective glasses, and push carts for rent, or bring your own equipment.

  • Outdoor
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  • Upstate PA/Endless Mountains
  • Susquehanna
  • Sweet to Taste Bakery

    Details: Take outs only.

  • Framesmith Art and Framings

    Framing your memories from Kindergarten keepsakes to museum pieces. Full service framing studio carrying local and Moss art.  Promoting the arts and supporting local communities.

  • Wyoming County Community Fair

    Dates: August 29 - September 03

    Details: 9141 State Route 6, Meshoppen. 570-833-4866. 

  • Haeselin's Hideout

    Details: Standing on a hill and overlooking a large property with a pond, fields  and woods is an elegant log house, tastefully appointed in cowboy and  woodsmen and hunting cabin style.  This vacation rental is close to all  Endless Mountains attractions.

  • Weeping Willow Inn, The

    Details: Peaceful country setting, lovingly restored home, bountiful breakfasts, private baths.

  • Endless Mountains Council of the Arts

    Mile Marker: 310-311
    The EMCA Gallery houses two well-lit galleries in a restored Victorian farm house.  Exhibiting paintings, prints, photography, sculpture and more. A new exhibit each month including annual photo competition and biennial regional art completion (all media).