Hunting Hills is nestled in the rolling foothills of the Appalachian Mountains 60 miles south of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and 20 miles north of Morgantown, West Virginia.
Founded in 1967 by Roy and Sally Sisler, Hunting Hills operates on 750 acres of wildlife conservation land. With a beautiful lodge, one of the most challenging five stands in the country, two wobble traps, and three 100 target sporting clays courses, Hunting Hills offers sporting clay enthusiasts the most variety and most beautiful shooting vistas in the state of Pennsylvania.
For the upland bird hunters, Hunting Hills has some of the finest pheasant hunting in the country. From Sept 1st through April 15th, hunters can be guided through manicured wildlife habitat in pursuit of Ring-necked Pheasant.
Think you have what it takes to take on some of the most challenging sporting clays courses in the country? Three 100-target courses, A, B, and C course offer everything a shooting enthusiast could desire.
Sundays - 9:00 - 1:00
Wednesday Night Steak Shoots - 2:30 - Dark (June - August)
Weekdays - By Appointment
Hone in on your shooting skills at any of our 25-target practice stations. With two five-stands, a wobble trap, and a dove field, you're bound to improve your shot with us.
For the upland bird hunters, Hunting Hills has some of the finest pheasant hunting in the country. From Sept 1st through April 15th hunters can be guided through manicured wildlife habitat in pursuit of Ring-necked Pheasant.
With the release of all rooster pheasants and diverse habitat of switchgrass, food plots, and small woodlots, Hunting Hills offers the upland bird hunter a hunter's paradise. With professional guides and high class bird dogs, your day afield will create memories that last a lifetime. - Please call