Located just 18 miles from The Ford Plantation, Dorchester Shooting Preserve provides ample opportunity for those who enjoy shooting sports. The property features more than 5,000 acres of quail habitat that have been quality managed for over a decade. Experienced guides ensure that hunts are both fun and safe, and the club takes great pride in its well-trained pointers and retrievers. You’ll have a great time with these enthusiastic four-legged hunting buddies, or you can make arrangements to bring your own trained hunting dogs.

Dorchester Shooting Preserve also offers opportunities to hunt duck, pheasant, and wild boar. Pheasant hunts are conducted in a tower shoot format, and boar hunts use bay and catch dogs in order to make encounters with this dangerous species safe and successful.

Quail Hunt Young Woman
Bird dog and guide

Non-game Shooting

Dorchester Shooting Preserve features a world-class sporting clays course designed by Chris Batha. Both novice and experienced shooters will enjoy this fully-automated, 15-station course. Stations feature multiple targets and each is set among majestic oaks and pine trees or overlooking small ponds.

In addition to the sporting clays course, Dorchester Shooting Preserve maintains a pistol and rifle range accommodating shooting distances of up to 300 yards. The gun range is perfect for sighting in rifles, practicing with handguns, or teaching the finer points of gun safety. Lessons are available from certified instructors for all skill levels.

For more information about Dorchester Shooting Preserve, visit huntdsp.com.

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