Membership Information


Thank you for showing interest in a Beaverbrook membership. We are now accepting new member applications for 2019. Please be sure to read all of the information below.

But first let us tell you a few things about our club.

Who We Are

We are a private sportsmen's club organized to serve our members. That said we are also interested in promoting the shooting sports and to that end we do allow outside groups to use our facilities. Some of the groups that that use our club include the Boy Scouts, 4H, Pheasants Forever, High School Trap Teams, several DNR Firearms Safety Instructor groups, Twin Cities Action Shooters, Metro Area Practical Shooting Association and the Twin Cities Muzzleloaders. We have also welcomed the Minnesota DNR Conservation Officers, the Anoka County Sheriff, as well as the Blaine and Spring Lake Park Police Departments -- to do training at our club. So you can see we are dedicated to serving the community as well.

Our Facilities

We currently have six trap fields equipped with Pat-Traps and voice callers, one skeet field. For rifle and pistol we have a 100-yard, two 140 yard and a 200 yard range all with covered benches, also six multi-purpose shooting bays -- two 100’ wide by 60 yards deep, four 50’ wide by 40 yards deep. We also have an archery range with six butts set at varying distances.

In addition to the ranges we have a clubhouse with a kitchen staffed during trap leagues. A covered pavilion for socializing and getting out of the sun / rain. And by the other ranges we have a heated building for members to use year around.


Now for some information about membership. We accept twenty-five (25) applications per month starting in December, for a January join date, through the first week of August. Currently we do have General membership positions available. Our "General" membership is for individuals eighteen (18) years old and older. This membership also grants a member’s spouse, children and grandchildren (under 21 years) almost all the privileges of regular members. The differences being they do not have a vote and are not allowed to use the facilities without a regular member accompanying them. They do receive the member discounts on trap and range use.

We also have available a new class of membership for the spouse of a current or new member who wishes to have independent access to the club. This "Extended Spousal" membership will add a member access card, but still no vote or any option for a work credit. The cost of this membership is one-half of the General Membership dues, currently $75.00.

The process of becoming a member is as follows:

If you cannot accomplish these steps due to some personal situation you will need to email the club the circumstances and request alternative instructions. The club's board will make a ruling and their decision will be emailed to you. Trust me when I say there are very rare instances when the board makes exceptions to the normal membership process.

Here is a link to the Membership Application.