Memberships / How to Join

Crumlin is accepting new members!

Membership Application Process

Prior to joining Crumlin, there is a mandatory Club Orientation & Safety Tour that you (including family members, if you want a Family Membership) must attend, the tour takes 90 to 120 minutes to complete. During the tour you will be acquainted with our facilities and all of our rules, regulations and obligations of membership. At the end of the tour, you will be given a temporary ID and password slip. (One-time use that expires 5 days after tour)  Using the temporary ID, you create a membership profile on our database.  Once that is done,select a membership type and pay on-line using a credit card. If you don't have a credit card, a computer, etc, please discuss options with the club rep at the end of the tour.

At the end of the tour, you will be told when you can come and pick up your card. It is generally on the Saturday following the tour from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM in the club office. Your tour guide will confirm this with you. You are not a member until you actually receive your membership card.

You should note that members are obligated to perform a minimum of 8 hours per year of volunteer time at the club. It can be done on a clean-up day or doing other duties throughout the year.

Membership Classes and Types

Classes of Membership:
  • Archery Only - use of the Archery field and the 3-D woodland trail
  • Full Member—Allows access to all ranges, including archery. Access to action ranges is limited, it requires you to participate in one of the action shooting discipline and it requires that a discipline specific action RO be in control of the range.
  • Junior - Open to those individuals who are 17 and under. Provides access to all ranges. Junior members must be supervised by a parent or guardian.

Types of memberships:

  • Family - Crumlin defines a family as: a member and their spouse, children 17 and under, all living at the same address.
  • Adult - 25 to 64
  • Senior - 65 +
  • Youth - 18 to 24
New members are charged and initiation fee when they join. The initiation fee is applied when renewing a lapsed (60 days or more, after expiry) membership.

Memberships expire 12 months after the month you join. For example, if you joined on March 15th, 2023, your membership would expire on April 30, 2024.

Canadian Shooting Sports Association (CSSA) Membership

Crumlin Sportsmen's Association requires you to be member of Canadian Shooting Sports Association (CSSA) so you have primary shooting liability insurance. We collect the CSSA fee as part of your membership enrolment and on subsequent renewals on your behalf and submit to the CSSA to ensure continues membership in CSSA while a Crumlin member. There are no exceptions to this policy.  It provides $5,000,000. It is paid with your membership. There are many benefits to joining CSSA. See CSSA website for more information.

Visiting to check us out

Visitors wishing to view the club should either contact a member, or attend a Club Orientation and Safety Tour on the 2nd Saturday of the month from April to November.  Non-members wondering around may be at risk of entering an unsafe area and therefore non-members are not allowed on property unless they are accompanied by a member

Do not enter if the gate happens to be open for an event, it could close at any time.  You will get locked in, as you need to swipe a membership card to exit. If you are not a member or do not have your membership card, do not enter through the gate.


To be a guest, you must be with a member and the member will follow the guest policy. You can only be a guest 4-times lifetime. That is ample time to see what Crumlin offers you. Make some friends and join in on the fun.

Other Fees

  • Clay birds are paid for by the round—25 birds
  • Black powder section sells targets to shooters on Sundays
  • Pistol members may purchase targets from a Range Officer
  • PPC, IPSC and Cowboy set fees for practices to cover targets and patches
  • All section have matches and events. Fees set by their match director

Firearm Regulations

All members and guests of Crumlin Sportsmen's Association must obey all Federal and Provincial laws, in addition to the rules as set out by the Board of Directors.

All persons require a valid firearms licence to own or to use a firearm in Canada, or to acquire a firearm or ammunition by any means, including as a gift.

Link to Canadian firearm regulations:

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