Club is open for Skeet on Sundays and Trap on Wednesday evenings. Outdoor 25 yd and 100 metre ranges are open except when Trap and Skeet is in operation. Clubhouse is open only for washrooms and emergency care. Indoor Range remains closed by order of CFO Ontario. Social distancing must be maintained. Shooters are allowed but not spectators. Members and supervised guests only. For more complete information regarding the start-up of the club please contact us at email@example.com
Fellow sportsmen, we gather together in the common cause of Sportsmanship and Good Fellowship.
— Meeting Preamble
Welcome to Rondeau Rod and Gun Club. The story begins much like a fairy tale, it is the history of a fairy tale come true. It is the story of a group of young men from the Blenheim district, who gathered together with an idea, an idea to form an organization, to promote the propagation and conservation of the wild life in this area, not only for today but for future generations to come.
Their plan, through the co-operation of government authorities, was to restock game and fish in the area of Rondeau Bay, to promote interest in competitive shooting, including blue rock, small bore, pistol, and eventually archery. They also planned to give constructive instructions to youths in this district on the care and safe use of firearms.
This group of young men met at the home of Harry Pegg on Talbot Street West in Blenheim, 25 years ago and formed the nucleus of our club as it is today. Those present at that memorable occasion were: John Embury, Louis Rakus, Pete Ryan, John McNear, Willard Downie, Gordon Warwick, Stuart Kirkland and Harry Pegg. That evening, on December 1, 1954, marked the beginning of an organization of men that has held together for 70 years, an organization that has become well known throughout the county and is synonymous with the preservation of wild life and nature for future generations.