Liberty Township Sportsmen's Association was started in 1955. On September 7, 1957 they purchased 30 acres of land from the core Pletcher Estate in Marsh Creek, PA. Later, on September 27, 1962, they purchased another 130 acres from James H. Pletcher.
Located near Bald Eagle State Park, Liberty Township Sportsmen's Association can be found about 2 miles off of route 150 on Marsh Creek Road.
Facilities at the club include: rifle range, pistol range, skeet field, and trap field with voice release system. Also located on the grounds is an overnight camping area and a seasonal camping area. With its close proximity to Bald Eagle State Park, it makes it an ideal place to spend some time. United States active military personel can shoot at Liberty Township Sportsmen's Associaiton ranges for free by presenting their Active Military card.
The clubhouse (with complete kitchen), other facilities and grounds are available for special events. Come have a look around our club and see what we have to offer.
2017 Coyote Hunt and Flea Market
- Published: 16 January 2017
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March 3, 4 & 5, 2017
More info to follow later
- Dwight Kline (814) 574-5020
- Jae Gettig (570) 660-1905
- Butch Hanley (814) 280-3015
Hunter Education Instructors Needed
- Published: 07 April 2016
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Become a Hunter Education Instructor – Pass on the tradition.
The Game Commission is seeking knowledgeable and experienced individuals to teach both basic and advanced hunter education training programs. As a volunteer hunter education instructor, you'll be teaching students with an easy-to-use, standardized curriculum for which all teaching aids and materials are provided. Courses average six hours for a classroom format and eight hours for a skills station format.
For more information and to request an application packet, follow the link below to the PGC site.
To request just an application packet, follow this link: http://www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt?open=514&objID=613415&mode=2
GT Thompson Top Shot Shoot - Huge Success!
- Published: 29 September 2016
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Thank you to everyone who participated and helped at the GT Thompson Top Shot Shoot and 2nd Amendment Rally. It was a great success and the biggest turnout yet for this event.
All 1000 tickets were sold for the Savage Axis Raffle. The winner was David Emery, Jr. of Howard.
Winners of the bucket and basket raffles were: Harold Fetzer, Dawn Moyer, Tanner Day, M. Boyer and Gary Sidwell.
Congratulations to All!