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Alburtis Rod and Gun Club

Alburtis Rod and Gun Club

3818 Gun Club Road
Alburtis, Pennsylvania
10811
610-966-5733
http://www.alburtisgunclub.com
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Bird's-eye view of Alburtis Rod and Gun Club in Alburtis
Bird's-eye view of Alburtis Rod and Gun Club in Alburtis
From I-78, Route 22, and Route 222
Go south on Route 100 towards Macungie.   Turn right onto Spring Creek Road one traffic light south of Route 222 (Hamilton Road).   In town, cross the railroad tracks.   Where the road has a "Y" at an Italian restaurant, go straight and be sure that you pass the Post Office (on your right).   At the dead end, turn right onto School Street. Where the road curves to the left, it becomes Oak Street.   Where Oak Street curves to the left, becoming West 5th Street, turn right onto Gun Club Road.   This road is steep and has tight curves so be very careful.   Shortly past the little bridge, the road curves to the left.   At that curve, turn right into the club's driveway.
From I-78/Route 309
Take the Hamilton Blvd. exit.   Exit 16 for Eastbound I-78 and southbound 309, that's Exit 16.   For Westbound I-78 and northbound Route 309, that's Exit 16B.   Take Hamilton Road (Route 222 North) toward Alburtis.

From Route 29
Coming north on Route 29, go straight through the light at Route 100.   You'll be on Seisholtzville Road.   Turn right onto Mountain Street.   Turn left onto Walbert Lane and then left onto Gub Club Road.   Just past Winchester Lane, where Gun Club Road makes a sharp right turn, you should see the club right in front of you.
Close-up view of Alburtis Rod and Gun Club in Alburtis
Close-up view of Alburtis Rod and Gun Club in Alburtis

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