Founded in 1913, the LSC is one of the areas oldest sportsmen’s clubs. It was incorporated in 1931 and the first bylaws were adopted on May 27, 1931. Read more on the club’s history.
The LSC facilities consists of several ranges and buildings on approximately 70 acres of land:
The purpose of the Lowell Sportsmen’s Club (LSC) shall be to promote all legitimate sport with rod and gun, to enforce the laws for the protection and propagation of fish and game within the State, and to secure such legislation in this direction as may be needed.
- Main Clubhouse (this is a non-smoking facility)
- Caretaker’s house
- Supply storage shed
- 4 trap fields, including one doubles trap field
- Skeet field
- 50 ft outdoor small bore range with 4 shooting stations
- 50 ft indoor range with 6 stations
- 25 yd outdoor range with 3 ambidextrous benches
- 100 yd outdoor range with 2 ambidextrous benches
- 20 yd outdoor blackpowder-only range with 2 ambidextrous benches
- 50 yard archery range with 3D targets
- Private spring-fed fishing pond, and canoe launch and camping area on the Club’s shore of Swain Pond
The clubhouse consists of a large, divided meeting and function area and a kitchen. The six station indoor range is in the basement of the clubhouse and is limited to pistols and .22 LR or smaller caliber rifles. Only lead or frangible ammo is allowed on the indoor range. The 50 ft outdoor small bore range is for .22 and smaller caliber rifles and pistols.
All ranges are subject to the LSC’s Standard Operating Procedures and range rules. All members and guests using the ranges are expected to be familiar with and follow these procedures at all times.
For non-members or groups wishing to use our facility for your function or event, please complete and return the Use of LSC Facilities Waiver Application [pdf].
The Club is lead by a Board of Directors consisting of 11 elected members. The Board of Directors includes 6 officers for the positions of President, Vice President, Treasurer, Membership Secretary, Recording Secretary, and Communications Secretary. A number of committees run the Club’s facilities and ranges, and are formed for special projects. Members new and old are encouraged to participate on committees that match their areas of interest.
Club meetings are held at 8 p.m. every second Tuesday of each month and are run in accordance to Robert’s Rules of Order. Prospective members are encourage to come to the next monthly meeting, after reading information on joining the club.
See LSC’s Business Entity Summary listing for a Nonprofit Corporation on the MA Secretary of State’s website.
The LSC is involved with many organizations and competitive leagues.
Explore the LSC Property
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