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Fairfield Glade Sportsman Club

650 Shorty Barnes Road, Crossville, Tennessee

Recreational Shooting at its BEST! Since 1987.....
One of the finest facilities in the Southeast

Trap/Skeet Hours: Club house is open :

Clubhouse is manned Thursday and Saturday, Sunday Afternoons Keep an eye on the Red print in the middle of the home page, this is the report area that will have any closed Club house information because of Weather.

If you renewed or joined  on our website you will have to go to the Club house when it is open to get your button and membership card

Club house hours are  Saturday and Sunday 12 PM (noon) to  4PM or TBD in case of bad weather these hours are year round

Club house open hours for Thursday :  10AM-2:30 these hours are year round

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About Us

Why do we exist?      --->  Club Objectives

Relaxing Shooting Sports Fun!

In the fall of 1987, a small group of local sportsman had a vision of a club that they could call their own and to share with the rest of the county and surrounding area.

Built on hard volunteer work, the club would be open to the public but with membership privileges, for those who enjoy hunting and the shooting sports. Shooting and membership fees would be kept as low as possible to allow everyone to participate.

Membership fees were originally set at $50.00 back then.  The FFGSC was born.

Click here to see a Timeline of our History >>>>

Memberships Available

Starting September 1, 2019 Membership fees will be $100.00 including tax for Primary member, their spouse or significant other and all their children under 18 .

We are a membership club. If you wish to join the FFGSC and receive all of the member benefits, just stop by the club during normal operating hours, fill out an application, and pay the membership fee. It's that simple!  Even simpler is sign up on this web site you can pay on line for a annual membership which will renew every year on the date you signed up. You will have to go into the club house when it is open to get your membership card and button. 

CCYSS STARTED IN 2004 when members of our club went into the local area schools to recrute youth shooters. Cumberland County Youth Shooting Sports encompasses Cumberland County Clay Crushers and Plateau Pistol Shooters It is a team based youth development program that uses the shotgun sports of trap, skeet, sporting clays as well as pistols and rifles. To install life skills such as discipline safety, teamwork, ethics, self-confidence, and other life values. 

Our Affiliations:

Our Club is a member of CMP, The Civilian Marksmanship Program. Our number is # 161033
We support our hunting, firearms heritage, and local youth, by sponsoring the Scholastic Clay Target Program - SCTP and the  Amateur trap shooting association  (ATA.) We also host the TWRA hunter Education Courses.  First and foremost, our goal is to provide a friendly, relaxing, and most importantly, a SAFE shooting environment.

Come out and join our club today.