The Tucson Trap and Skeet Club has served southern Arizona’s shooting sports enthusiasts since it’s original incorporation in 1948. The club has been in it’s present location, west of historic Tucson, since early 1976 when construction on the 80-acre site was completed.

Home of the Old Pueblo Skeet Open, the Winter Chain Trap Shoot, and the annual Satellite Spring Grand American, our club is one of the largest facilities in the country. The facilities boast 14 Skeet fields (International capable), 50 Trap fields, 2 Wobble Traps, two 5-stand Sporting Clay fields, 1 Helice/ZZ Bird Ring, and five International Bunkers.  All of the international fields use Mattarelli machines.  We have a 9,000 square foot air conditioned club house with a restaurant, bar and pro shop.  We also have 200 full-service RV hookups plus dry camping available on-site along with storage units available for rent.  Free Wi-Fi is available at the facility