You are invited and encouraged to attend a presentation for Rachel Hopkins on Tuesday, October 25, at 7:00 PM at the KCTA clubhouse.

Between league shooting, Rachel will be recognized for her many accomplishments in registered trapshooting by State Representative Ken Wilson, Clay County Presiding Commissioner Jerry Nolte, Clay County Sherriff Paul Vescovo.


When driving through the Camp Branch Camp Host station, please let the on-duty guard that you are coming to the range. 

Thank you!
The KCTA opened at the current Smithville Lake, MO, location after the closure of the old Elliott`s Shooting Park in Raytown in 1986. The roots of the association go back to 1887, when the Elliott family opened their first shooting park in the Kansas City area. On Nov. 27, 1921, Russ Elliott and a handful of local shooters officially organized the KCTA as a shooting association, supported by a board of directors and separate from the ownership and management of the shooting facility.
The KCTA is a public shotgun range offering trap, skeet, and five stand sporting clays. We hold seasonal leagues, ATA registered tournaments, corporate events, and fundraisers, as well as regular practice sessions for both new and experienced shooters.