The Monument Beach Sportsman's Club (MBSC) was founded in 1964 and now
encompasses approximately 62 acres. There are four major facilities situated on the
property as well as numerous outdoor venues and ranges. Major activities include
Archery, Cowboy Action Shooting, IDPA, Indoor Pistol Leagues, Long Range
Rifle Shooting, and Trap. MBSC sponsors special events throughout the year such as
Women On Target, 3D Archery Tournaments, a "Jimmy Fund" Trap shoot which raises
funds for the Dana Farber Cancer Center, "Egg Shoots" which raised funds for the
various Veterans Organizations and various community service events such as hosting
a luncheon for the Blind Vets Assoc. of Cape Cod and a Veterans Day shoot in
conjunction with the Brockton VA Hospital.
CLICK HERE TO GO TO OUR SPECIAL EVENTS PAGE TO SEE WHAT WE HAVE
SCHEDULED FOR THE NEXT FEW MONTHS.
Our Annual Sportsman's Show was held October 13/14th. Anyone looking
for vendor information can find a list of vendors and contact info at the
dedicated show link until December 1st.
MBSC also focuses on the next generation of sportsmen and women. Programs such as
JOAD (Junior Olympic Archery Development) and youth rifle teach them the skills of
archery, gun safety, hunter safety, and the challenge of competition. We strongly believe
that the future rests with our youth and we work hard to embody that belief in many of
the club sponsored activities. As a progressive and modern sportsman's club that
adheres to traditional values, MBSC has a commitment to its members to preserve the
club for future generations of sportsmen and sportswomen. The foundation of the club
was built on sportsmanship, volunteerism and a strong work ethic; all traditions which
still continue today.
Monument Beach Sportsman's Club
P.O. Box 331 ● 199 MacArthur Blvd
Monument Beach, MA 02553
Directions from the Bourne Bridge: Take second exit off Bourne Rotary onto
MacArthur Blvd. Go approx. one mile and take first u-turn on left (through divider).
MBSC is only 280 feet on right next to Bourne Landfill so move to right travel lane as
quickly as possible and enter drive. Before entering landfill there is a paved road on the
left which leads to the main parking lot of MBSC.