Welcome to the Williamson Conservation & Sporting Club


We, the members of the Williamson Conservation and Sporting Club, are an integral part of the Williamson community and a community service organization. We provide hunter education, provide shooting safety training, and provide the conservation of a safe shooting sports environment for disciplined shooting sports practice and shooting sports competition. Our Sporting Clays course is has no hills and is easy walking.

Clays Path

The Williamson Conservation and Sporting Club is located in Williamson, NY just 25 miles east of Rochester. A detailed map and driving directions are available here. We offer the full range of shooting disciplines including skeet, trap, sporting clays, and a rifle/pistol range. An archery range is also available.

The Williamson Conservation and Sporting Club prides itself on having one of the area's most scenic sporting clays courses. The course, which currently has over 44 stations, is fully automatic and can be enjoyed without the need for a trapper. Take a look at our collection of pictures of the course and club.

The club calendar tracks upcoming events and activities.

Membership information and an application form is available here.


Lake Ontario Chapter Friends of The NRA Fund Raiser: Thursday, August 8th At 5pm, Eagle Vale Golf Club, Fairport NY. Money Raised supports School Programs, Safety Programs, Police Departments, Boy Scouts and The Shooting Sports in Your Community. For more Information contact The Custom Shop Gun Shop 315-986-171- ext. 305 or click.

Help Wanted:
 We are still looking for a volunteer opener for the second Sunday of the month. You would be teamed with an experienced opener.   Hours are 8am to 2pm.

After about 15 years of Thursday late afternoons and evenings at the Club, Jeff Kunzer and Bill Welker are retiring from this particular duty.  The hours are from 4PM to 7PM with duties being shutting off all the traps, balancing the cash box, and locking up.  Please note the 7PM shutdown time is the latest with dusk in non Summer seasons being the latest we would be open.  Ideally, two people are needed with one position watching over the cash box and clubhouse (ideal for those with physical limitations).  The other position requires the ability to reach the traps to turn off and etc.

If volunteers are not found, the Club will be shut down for Clay Sports at 4PM on Thursdays.  The numbers do not support having paid staff for this duty.

Please contact Jeff Kunzer at 
jkunzer430@hotmail.com or Bill Welker at bwelker42@gmail.com for more information or to volunteer.

Special Notice: Active Duty Military can shoot at Member Prices. Please notify the person behind the counter that you are Active Duty Military when signing in and thank you for your service.

Membership Renewal:  WCSC membership runs from January to December, NOT on the anniversary of your joining. The 2019 Renewal Form is  here, print it out and send in with your renewal money. We accept personal checks made out to WCSC or cash, sorry no credit cards. Your membership and payment can either be mailed in or dropped off at the clubhouse when it's open (Thursday 9am to sundown or Saturday or Sunday 9am to 2pm).  If you have not renewed by January 31, 2019, your range gate key-card will be turned off. After January 31st, you will not be able to use your gate card until you renewed your 2019 membership and there will be an additional $5 Gate Key Turn On charge.

Monthly Meeting Notice - The monthly meetings are usually on the first Tuesday of the month. The next monthly meeting will be Tuesday, September 3rd at 7pm at the clubhouse.

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