Five Stand is a shotgun sport that combines elements of trap, skeet and sporting clays. But many find it to be more action-packed than trap with more crossing/flying patterns than skeet and faster than sporting clays.

Targets are shot in 25-bird increments from five shooting stands with up to five shooters rotating from station to station. Targets are released in a predetermined sequence of presentations marked on a menu card in front of each shooting stand.

Clays are thrown from six to eight automatic traps aligned to throw various crossing, sliding, dropping and stand and fall patterns.

Heartland Public Shooting Park

The Heartland Public Shooting Park is one of the largest, most complete public shooting facilities in the Midwest.