Do you Know the 3 Common Sporting Clays Shooting Mistakes
By Joe Johnson
Sporting clays enthusiasts make three common mistakes in their aim, choice of firearms and the chokes used to make the perfect shot, according to Alex Becker, a National Sporting Clays Association Level I Shooting Instructor.
Becker also manages the Etowah Valley Game Preserve. Here are his tips for avoiding three common shooting mistakes.Read More
Etowah Valley Game Preserve is a perfect place for upland bird hunting in North Georgia
By Craig Lamb
Are you looking for an upland game hunting preserve that is second to none? How about the opportunity to add wing shooting to your sporting clays skills? You can do both at Etowah Valley Game Preserve, conveniently located near metro Atlanta. Etowah Valley is a perfect fit for a day of upland bird hunting for quail, pheasants or chukar for the entire family, friends, or business associates.Read More
The “Hot Clays” Event in Etowah Valley Offers the Best Clay Shooting in Georgia
By Amy Lignor
On July 13, 2019, the “Hot Clays” Sporting Clays shooting event will be held in Dawsonville, GA. At Etowah Valley Sporting Clays and registration for the event is open right now. This event will get the adrenaline pumping for everyone that enjoys shooting sporting clays!
The registration link is officially open to sign up for the “Hot Clays” and mark your calendars. The “Hot Clays” event begins at 8:00 am on July 13, 2019. Results of each event will be sent to NSCA for targets and punches. You still have time to head up to Etowah Valley Sporting Clays in the meantime for a little more practice before the event too! Register now: Click Here.
Great fun and shooting challenges! Etowah Valley Sporting Clays has it all!
By Craig Lamb
If you are looking for a shooting challenge and new opportunity, you will find it at Etowah Valley Sporting Clays Park, the most convenient sporting clays facility of its kind located in Dawsonville, GA. About an hour north of the greater Atlanta area. In operation since 2004, Etowah Valley Shooting Clays park provides the perfect challenge for the avid shooter and an excellent opportunity for the beginner as well.
“The expert in anything was once a beginner.”
If you’re feeling hesitant about learning to shoot a shotgun, don’t worry! We were nervous at one point as well. Every single one of us at Etowah Valley Sporting Clays had a first time when we picked up and shot a shotgun. You could also place a bet on each of us remembering the exact moment, feeling and place where we shot it too! Read More
At Etowah Valley Sporting Clays, we often hear some common questions about skeet shooting from customers. Here are some frequently asked questions and answers for you so you can consider if skeet shooting is the right avenue for you to improve your shotgun shooting skills. Read More
Clay Target Shooting-An Opportunity For Your Child To Focus On Something Other Than A Screen
Screen Free Week is coming in the spring of 2019. It is an “annual, international celebration when families, schools, and communities swap digital entertainment for the joys of life beyond the screen.” According to the program, “it’s a chance for children-and adults- to power down and reconnect with the world around them.” Read More
Three Reasons To Book Your Next Business Outing At Etowah Valley Game Preserve And Get The Most Bang For Your Buck
Creative business outings are becoming more popular as companies and employers look for ways to promote productivity and team bonding experiences. In the past, companies used to incorporate trust falls and ropes courses to create effective team bonding experiences. However, these attempts are outdated and employees are looking for experiences that are impactful, while employers are looking to get a big bang for their buck when it comes to business outing options. Read More
The Pavilion: Plan Your Next Event in Etowah Valley
Are you looking for a beautiful setting for your next corporate team event, wedding or family reunion? The Pavilion at Etowah Valley is a perfect spot for those who want to avoid inflated costs and contracts for reception halls or other venues. You can enjoy the beauty of the Appalachian foothills in our rural setting, with privacy for your event. Read More