Located just an hours drive from Edinburgh, Glasgow and 40 minutes from Dundee, County Clays is a shooting centre within the 280 acre Dunkeld Estate. This is one of the most scenic shooting facilities in Scotland. Visitors can come to the shooting just for the activities or can also stay at the Dunkeld House Hotel which offers rooms, suites and two annex buildings.
A SCSTG provider, the clay shooting ground was built in 1990 by the late Sir Reo Stakis who was a keen shot and long time head of Stakis Hotels, the former owners of Dunkeld House Hotel.
The shooting centre is the largest sporting clay pigeon range in Scotland consisting of 14 stands each incorporating six to nine different targets from bolting rabbits and driven grouse to fast pheasants.
Run by Clark Taylor County Clays prides itself on the quality of its lessons. Clark and his team of instructors are all APSI Level 2 qualified and draw on their long-standing experience to provide expert tuition to guns of all abilities.
Open seven days a week, County Clays also offers game shooting opportunities in season amongst our other services on the website. Opening times also listed on website and Clark can be contacted anytime also in regards to any booking enquiries you have.
Each May the ground runs it’s famed ‘Saints and Sinners’ charity competition.
County Clays, in association with John Dixon Gunmakers, has also just launched the Arran Malt Challenge where any participant that breaks each of the varied 10 clays put before them wins a 10-year-old bottle of Arran Malt Whisky.