Seven Springs Mountain Resort is Pennsylvania's Outdoor Adventure Headquarters, and is rated one of the best sporting clays facilities in the country. While shooting at Seven Springs, you can take advantage of the natural beauty of the surrounding Laurel Highlands. You will stay in the Main Lodge Hotel, eat in the Slopeside Restaurant and relax by the pool or at the spa. The resort has an endless list of enjoyable amenities. Meals, single occupancy lodging, firearms, ammunition, targets, classes, evening activities, instructors, demonstrations and select resort activities are all included in the fee.
Onsite registration and check in will be held in the resort lobby starting at 4:00 pm on Friday, June 21st, followed by dinner at 6:00 pm. Saturday morning will begin with a two-hour shotgun seminar, followed by some shotgun practice at the 5-stand course. After lunch, you will head out to the sporting clays course for the afternoon of shooting. You will end the evening with a fun, relaxing evening at the resort bowling alley.
Sunday morning will begin with more shotgun shooting on another sporting clay course. After lunch, you’ll have the opportunity to explore the Seven Springs Resort. There’s some wonderful onsite activities, including a spa, horseback riding, and zip lining. You will end the final evening with a delicious dinner with new friends before you depart on Monday morning.
Note: Women Wilderness Escape participants must provide their own transportation to and from the Seven Springs Resort. However, the resort has an on-site shuttle services once you arrive on property.
Located within 200 miles of the major metropolitan areas of Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Cleveland and Washington D.C.