Actor’s Hill is a private shooting syndicate. We provide exciting sporting experiences in unique surroundings where atmosphere, organization and good shooting result in lasting memories. Two to three times annually, sporting clays tournaments benefitting our local volunteer fire companies and first responders and other non-profits are conducted. If interested in conducting a tournament, please contact us.

Our Birds Make the Difference

Essential to any hunt is the quality of the game birds released or flushed.

As in England, Actor’s Hill birds are raised in outdoor conditions. They quickly adapt to the environment. In the final step in the process, birds are released into pens covering live trees. This gives them wing and foot strength that can help them to survive in the wild after release.

Improved birds are coupled with new release methods taken from techniques used in both the United Kingdom and the USA. The result over the gun line is an even spread of speedy and agile birds. For shooters, this creates the adrenaline rush associated with driven shooting and makes the sport so popular.

About Actor's Hill

Actor’s Hill Shooting Syndicate is located in the rolling countryside of southern Washington County, Maryland, near the Town of Keedysville. A premier sporting venue for members and guests, it offers 520 acres for both driven and walk up pheasant shooting as well as a challenging sporting clay line. With scenic views and an abundance of natural beauty, Actor’s Hill is the perfect place to hone your wing and clay shooting skills.

Taking its name from the filming of the epic motion picture Gods and Generals, the Actor’s Hill landscape has provided the backdrop for a number of documentaries including the Gettysburg National Battlefield signature presentation, Fields of Freedom.

Just a few miles from Antietam National Battlefield, and easily accessible from the greater Baltimore, Maryland, and Washington, DC, metro areas, Actor’s Hill has preserved stone fences and many features that existed there during the Civil War.