Lone Pine Hunters Club, Inc.

New Hampshire's Oldest Sportsmans Club

Since 1913

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Hollis NH


New Hampshires Oldest Sportsmans Club

 Building Chairman


Jeff Richards (603)321-7971

Jason Trepanier (603)860-6675

Our club house was built in 1998 by the members and for the members.  The building is 40x80 with a full basement that gives us 6400 square feet of space. The main hall will seat 175 people.  There are two bathrooms (Bucks & Does), and a full commercially equipped Kitchen.  The building is very comfortable with heat and central air conditioning.


Having such a great club house allows many opportunities to hold functions of all types. We have our monthly meetings here, complete with dinner.  Other uses include being headquarters for the Boy Scout District Klondike, meeting place for the Nor'Easters Snowmobile Club of Hollis, and our Annual Moose Roast. The hall is also available to members for birthday parties, wedding events and we've even held baby showers.


 Some other uses include Hunter Safety Courses taught by club members that are certifide by the State of New Hampshire.  This course is primarily designed to teach all ages about gun safety. You do not have to be a hunter to take this course, we encourage everyone to take this course.  Teaching family members about gun safety is no accident.

Some exciting news !!
As of July 2017, there have been some great accomplishments made that will have a profound affect on Lone Pines future. Through the efforts of the board of directors and several club members, all of the approvals and permits have been applied for and granted by the town of Hollis. The six house lots are all subdivided and sold. The Issues with the over head power lines have been resolved, they will stay in place but power will run underground from each pole to each house. The new road is all approved and named, "Lone Pine Way". The new road will be built by Jennings Excavation, who won the sealed bid. The possibility of breaking ground for the new underground shooting facility is September 2017. We will have a better idea on the exact date very soon. We will have a formal ground breaking ceremony plan soon.

Our New Wheelchair Ramp is Complete

Well, our new wheelchair ramp is finally complete. This ramp was donated by a Hollis resident.We want to thank all the members and non members who donated their time and energy to making this a reality. The list of volunteers is quite extensive, but we appreciate all who participated on this project.


Thanks to; Phil Guilbeault, Mark Lambert, Dave Jennings & crew, Brian Ricard & son, Bob Daly, Herman Stickney, Carl Foose, Jerry Lafluer, Seth Meyers and Scot Pettengill.

There is also a full basement as well that is heated. We have the indoor pellet gun range and also indoor archery range. These two ranges share the same space and cannot be operated simultaneously.