New Hampshire's Oldest Sportsman's ClubEstablished in 1913Lone Pine is building a 4 lane, 100 yard, indoor shooting range!Check back for Shooting Range updates!Register to become a Member TODAY!Apply for Your Membership Today
Lone Pine has Indoor and Outdoor Archery Ranges.
Want to get away? Bring your rod and reel.
Lone Pine members can launch you boat from our own boat ramp.Lone Pine even has areas to shoot 3D targets.For those who like to dangle a line, the Nashua River watershed offers some of the best fishing in the Boston/Nashua metropolitan areas.You can come any time day or night. We have lights on our ranges.Bluegill, Brown Bullhead, Calico Bass (Black Crappie), Chain Pickerel, Common Carp, Largemouth Bass, Pumpkinseed, Smallmouth Bass, and Yellow Perch can all be found fishing, out of the Lone Pine riverfront!LONE PINE HUNTER'S CLUBHOUSE AND GROUNDS ARE AVAILABLE FOR YOUR NEXT PRIVATE EVENT!2018- HOLIDAY PARTIES - CORPORATE EVENTS - BABY/BRIDAL SHOWERS - BIRTHDAY PARTIES - HAPPY HOURS AND MORE!PERFECT FOR:CLICK HERE TO REQUEST MORE INFO!This offer is only available to Lone Pine Hunter's Club MEMBERS! Join now to become a member. CLUBHOUSE DETAILS
- 175 PERSON MAXIMUM - KITCHEN AVAILABLE - BRING YOUR OWN ALCOHOL - OUTDOOR TENTS CAN BE SETUP BY THE RIVER. Lone Pine NOW HAS JUNIOR MEMBERSHIPS!Lone Pine encourages families to JOIN!Come visit us for the next IBO shoot!Register to become a Member TODAY!Lone Pine is building the Bryan Fox shooting range!Check back for Shooting Range updates!
Need help sighting in your bow?
Our members are always willing to help!New Hampshire archery hunters may purchase a Special Archery Deer Permit, valid for taking one additional antlered deer using bow and arrow during the archery deer season.
Lone Pine has over 100 acres of wooded hunting area!
The woods are waiting for your footsteps but be sure that the only thing you leave in the woods is your tracks!
ABOUT THE CLUB
Lone Pine originally got its start in Nashua New Hampshire in a small shack located at 142 Tolles St and had seven members. At that time the group came up with our name because while they were fox hunting on Long Hill, they agreed to meet up at the large lone pine tree. In 1947 they moved to Searles Road along the Salmon River. In 1965 we had an opportunity to purchase 118 acres in Hollis NH. We have been located at 114 Rideout Road ever since.
After moving to Hollis, the club has gone through many changes. We've made many improvements along the way but have managed the property to maintain it's scenic and peaceful charm. Located along the Nashua River Water Shed gives us many different ways to enjoy many great aquatic activities. Our own boat dock gives us easy access to many adventures.
When and Where we Meet: Lone Pine Hunters Club, Inc., unless members are otherwise notified, meets monthly on the second Wednesday of each month at the Lone Pine Hunter's Club Clubhouse. Meetings start at 7:00 p.m. Prior to the 7pm meeting, the members have the opportunity to talk about their finds, socialize, partake in refreshments, and participate in the regular Continue Reading