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Southborough Rod & Gun Club was founded in 1946 on the principles of Sportsmanship, Conservation, and Propagation. Today, the club continues to keep these ideals at its core and is thriving with over 950 members.


Set on 79.5 pristine acres, SRG offers a multitude of facilities including Trap & Skeet Fields, Indoor Pistol Range, Outdoor Rifle Range, Trout Pond, Archery Range and 3D Course, Sporting Clays Course, Ham Radio and much more.

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From the South, via Rte 85

  1. North on Rte 85

  2. LEFT on Cedar St Extension (before Carbone's restaurant)

  3. LEFT Wedgewood Dr

  4. RIGHT Stoneybrook Dr

  5. RIGHT Edgehill Rd

  6. RIGHT Saddle Hill Rd

  7. RIGHT Fruit St


From the East via Rte 135

  1. RIGHT after "Learning Center" onto Proctor Rd

  2. RIGHT at stop sign onto Saddle Hill Rd

  3. RIGHT at stop onto Fruit St


---- OR ----​

  1. Stay on Rte 135W past Proctor Rd, go through Woodville

  2. RIGHT on Fruit St (after the Woodville Rod & Gun Club)


From the North, via Rte 85

  1. South on Rte 85

  2. RIGHT Southville Rd

  3. LEFT Bridge St

  4. LEFT Cedar St Extension

  5. RIGHT Wedgewood Dr

  6. RIGHT Stoneybrook Dr

  7. RIGHT Edgehill Rd

  8. RIGHT Saddle Hill Rd

  9. RIGHT Fruit St


From the South West

  1. From Upton State Forest on Westboro Rd

  2. RIGHT Southboro Rd

  3. Road turns into Spring St

  4. Continue straight at stop sign

  5. Cross Wood St (Rte 135) to Cunningham St

  6. LEFT Fruit St


From the North West

  1. Find Westborough

  2. Take Rte 135 East towards Hopkinton

  3. LEFT North St

  4. LEFT Fruit St




SRG All-Around Championship
Congratulations to Jim Leuck, Southborough Rod & Gun's 2022 Club All-Around Champion.
He bested a field of 12 with the highest scores in 3 out of the 6 events.
SRG Sporting Clays outshot Masspenoc Rod and Gun Club
June 25th an 8 shooter team from SRG went head-to-head on the sporting clays course against 8 shooters from the Massepenoc Rod and Gun club. Team SRG won the event 176 to 161. Tom Goodoff from SRG took the high score for the event with a 44. Team Masspenoc asked for a rematch and Team SRG will be happy to oblige.
On July 9, 2022 The SRG Sporting Clays committee is hosting a 50-shot course of fire from approximately 17 different stations on the sporting clays course. Contact Sporting Clays Committee for more information. 

What's New


SRG Ham Radio ARRL Field Day
June 26-27 The SRG Amateur (Ham) Radio Committee took part in the Amateur Radio Relay League (ARRL) Annual Field Day. The purpose of Field Day is to set up communications "in the field" supposing there was a widespread electrical outage. It combines public service, emergency preparedness, community outreach, and technical skills all in a single event.
SRG Hams used solar power, they made wire antennas and hung them in trees, and used a portable vertical antenna hooked to a trailer hitch on the back of a truck. They worked through the night communicating with other Hams across about 3/4 of the US states and about half of the Canadian territories.  See pictures in the Photo Gallery on the Members' Only page.
SRG Kids' Fishing Derby

Check out pictures from the Kids' Fishing Derby from June 26, 2022 in the Photo Gallery on our Members' Only page. Photos by Cassandra Mumford.