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Hopkins Game Farm
Based on 7 traveler reviews
3-days of fun
Jun 25, 2014 by: Peter W from Fairfax, Virginia
Shot at the Great American 3-day shoot. Though numbers were low for a big shoot, the targets were amazing and the staff and local shooters were very hospitable
A very nice slice of Eastern Shore fun.
Nov 14, 2013 by: paul s from Kennett Square, Pennsylvania
Folks need to understand that when you come to the Eastern Shore of Maryland, you are a foreigner. Be respectful and these people will be very accommodating. Hopkins Game farm is no exception. These folks are just lovely. It's a big place with lots of stations but it is run by a very small crew. They have, in recent years, hosted some of the big shooting tournaments and their shooting stations are incredibly imaginative. And on a breezy day one of the stations will have the clays sail out and then right back at you. Their hours in off periods can be a little unpredictable but it's easy to call ahead to see if they are open or if their is a tournament that weekend. I've been there several times in the last couple years and it has actually improved quite a bit over what it was a few years ago. They have carts, but I prefer to walk. I've never had problems with it being crowded. Once in awhile a station won't work but that is to be expected. Taught my wife how to shoot there. It's a very relaxed environment.
Sep 09, 2013 by: John C from Dallas, Texas
This family is a premier vendor for both live hunts and sporting clay facilities. Been there two times in the past 6 years and would love a good excuse to return soon. If you have a chance to go, do not miss the opportunity.
Had a good time
Nov 12, 2012 by: Pam S from Winchester, Virginia, United States
Our large reunion group shot over two days on the sporting clay course. We hired a guide and that was most helpful as none of us had enough equipment for this large group. The people at Hopkins were friendly and the customer service rep., shown in photo, was super friendly. :) Part of the course was closed since it was hunting season, but nonetheless, we had a good time and shot for about four hours each day. No issues with booking our trip, with the staff, or with the course. Our guide, from another town, was FANTASTIC and made our trip even more enjoyable.
Oct 11, 2012 by: James K from Lusby, Maryland
I have been once without an appointment, The people were very nice and it was one of the best sporting clays courses I have shot. The presentations were realistic and well thought out. You will need two people as there is no delay on the traps.
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