The Cedar Rod & Gun Club was established by Pete Schettek, Paul Garvin, Rufus Brow and Joe Pleva. In the beginning, meetings were held at the Solon Township Hall, the Cedar Fire Hall or Brow's Barber Shop in Cedar. In 1960, the Club purchased 25 acres of land on Sullivan Road from John Rosinski. Trap shooting was established in 1962 and continues at the site to this day. A log building was moved to the site in 1964 from Lake Leelanau to serve as the clubhouse. In 1966, a garage was moved from Greilickville and added to the north side of the building. Early in the 1970's, a Skeet and Rifle range was added. In 1978, a kitchen was added to the clubhouse, and in 1990, a range was established for Sporting Clays. An addition to the east end of the building was completed in 1992 and a Pistol Range was developed in 1994.
8075 South Sullivan Rd
Cedar, MI 49621
The Club is a not-for-profit corporation. In 2001, the Cedar Rod & Gun Club Educational Foundation was formed. The Education Foundation is the training and education arm of the Club and is a 501(c)(3) charity for tax purposes.