Upland Training Days

When and Where:

Upland Training Days are typically held at the GPLRC Training Grounds the last Sunday of every month from ​​September to February.  Dates are always subject to change so be sure to check with the club each month.


How to attend:

Upland training days are open to members and guests. We kindly ask that guests limit their entries to two dogs. GPLRC maintains the right to restrict any  guest from shooting if deemed to be safety hazard.

Live birds are used for upland training days. These can be pheasants, chukars, or both depending upon availability.  ​You MUST PRE-REGISTER if you intend on running your dogs on any birds and are responsible for the cost of the birds that you order. No pre-registration is necessary if you are just observing, etc.  Registration tyically closes a week before the training day so that birds can be ordered with the supplier.

These days are ideal for beginning handlers and young dogs as well as those that are more experienced. All are welcome to attend, so come check it out!

Please complete the form below if you are interested in learning more or to pre-register.



Location: 199 Washington Road, Imperial, PA 15126

Interested in coming to Upland Training Days?

Please complete the form below if you would like to register for the training day. You must register no later than one week prior to the training day.  We will be in touch with your acceptance into the training day. Guest spots in the training day may be limited. Understand that both live birds and ammunition may be used.  Only those that have passed a hunter safety course will be permitted to shoot over any dog.

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