The clubhouse at Northern Dutchess has a spacious meeting room that can hold up to 150 people. The kitchen is a full service commercial grade kitchen that members can use to heat up their lunches or dinners. The club house may be rented by club members for their events.
The indoor range has two shooting lanes with automatic target movers. The calibers allowed are .22 pistol and rifle and center calibers of .380, 9 mm,.40 S&W, and 45acp. No magnum calibers are allowed. Several times a year there are special events for members and their families. In January each year there is a .22 pistol league held for 10 weeks with a dinner at the end. Members are allowed to bring 2 guests with them.
The outdoor range has a shooting pavilion with two shooting lanes with permanent benches set up for right or left handed shooters. From the pavilion the range to the berm is 70 yards on one side and 100 yards on the other. There is a bullet trap set at 7 yards for pistol shooters. There are yardage markers on the range every 10 yards for shooters with portable benches that may be moved to your chosen distance. Members are allowed to bring guest with them to shoot.
Archery range and 3-D course. The archery range is set away from the rifle range. There are several bag targets for shooters and yardage markers set every 10 yards. In the spring there is a 3-D bow course set up in the woods with 30 Rinehart targets. Members can shoot the course anytime. It is set up from spring to September.
Trap takes place for early spring to fall. It is on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6 pm to 8pm. The trap machine is capable of doing traditional trap and also wobble and doubles trap.
The pavilion is set in a grove of pines. There are picnic tables and lights. Club members can bring their families and have a picnic in the pavilion or it can be rented by club members for family functions.
The club has a 3 acre pond that is stocked with trout. The club does 3 stockings a year. The first two stockings are in the spring. The first stocking is for the trout derby and the second one follows the week after for the members. The third stocking is done in the late fall for ice fishing in the winter.
The club consist of 342 acres that is open for club members to enjoy. That includes hunting in the fall, turkey hunting in the spring, and for club members and their families to go for nature walks on the club trail system.