The Club is Closed Until Further Notice

Covid-19 stuff, of course.



I just got off the phone with Chief Darren Hepner.  He has a call into the Governor’s office regarding leaving our club open to small groups or individuals who may want to shoot.  After reading closely the mandate from Gov. Inslee, he reports that because the club falls under the heading of “recreational”, we will have to close until further notice.  He has gone the extra mile to try to help us keep the range open but has been flooded with calls from citizens turning people in for what they believe are violations and he did get a call from someone the day after I sent out my email regarding leaving it open.  The calls are not about just the shooting.  He says that his office is getting calls about all kinds of nonsense.  If any of you have questions for him, he will be happy to explain if you call the WSPD at 509-492-1177.

I apologize for all of the confusion and as soon as we reopen, I will let you all.  If you know any members that may not get this email, please let them know that the range is now closed.
Thank you,
Jacqueline Camp, Secretary

Established in 1939, The Mount Adams Fish and Game Association is based in White Salmon, WA. Our facility is located in Jewett Creek Park and features in indoor pistol range and an outdoor 100-yard rifle range with a trap house. We are an active club and meet monthly to plan future events such as trap shoots, bowling pin shoots, and educational classes. Our members come from the Columbia Gorge area including Hood River, White Salmon, Bingen, Husum, etc. If you are looking for a place to shoot pistol, rifle or trap and live near White Salmon, WA or Hood River, OR consider joining us. See the Member Information page for more information.

Current Activities

We have multiple events scheduled periodically, including: 

  • NRA classes
  • Washington State hunter safety classes
  • Bowling pin shoots (competitive)
  • Trap shoots (competitive and recreational)

Gun Safety


  1. ALWAYS keep the gun pointed in a safe direction.
  2. ALWAYS keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot.
  3. ALWAYS keep the gun unloaded until ready to use.



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