In 1964, the club installed electricity and rebuilt the road to the skeet and trap fields. Today’s skeet field bears little resemblance to those early years. The high and low houses were obtained from St. Mark’s school, hauled to the top of the hill, and positioned where the current concrete houses now stand. The traps were loaded by hand and released by a pulley situated behind station 4. The skeet team was unbeatable and they went up against some very stiff competition.
Next came the outdoor rifle range. This became the envy of many benchrest shooters who came from all over the eastern seaboard to compete. Arriving on weekends, they would set up camping facilities and loading benches and begin making their precision loads for the following day's shoot.
In 1967, through the generosity of an anonymous member, a trout pond was constructed which finally lent true meaning to the name Southborough Rod & Gun Club. Again, volunteer labor from the club members came into play. Preparing the site by cutting down trees and clearing brush, the pond was excavated, stocked, and ready for fishing the following spring.