Cushion Peak Rod & Gun Club was formed to promote the preservation of game and fish, restock fields and streams with game and fish, and afford its members opportunities for lawful social diversion and enjoyment. In addition to its member benefits, the club is open to the public for archery shoots, running shoots, balloon shoots and a variety of home cooked meals. Please support our sponsors listed on the sponsors link as well as your local gun shop.
Stocked Fishing Pond
Weekend Archery Shoots
Weekend Rifle Shoots
Breakfast - Every Second Sunday from October thru April
Dinner - Every Third Friday from October thru April
1.) Jeff Behm - Ruger American Predator Rifle 204 Ruger 22" barrel black with polymer stock, adjustable trigger. $469.99
2.) Jeff Charnoff - CZ 557 American Synthetic (choice) 308, 6.5 Creedmoor or other caliber choices. $792.00
3.) Jerry Merklinger - Lyman Flintlock Deerstalker, 50 cal 24" barrel, blued, fiber optic sight. $587.99
4.) Ryan Geisinger - CZ Upland Ultralight Over/Under shotgun 12 gauge 26" barrel, blued, only 6#. $736.99
5.) John Harple Jr. - Ruger 450 Bushmaster Rifle, brush camo stock, adjustable trigger, muzzle break. $629.00
6.) Gene Shakespeare - M&P 15 A/R rifle sport II 5.56MM, 16" barrel, black. $682.99
7.) Tyrone Heaps - Henry Repeating Arms lever action rifle 45/70 Government. $679.99
8.) Ralph Dreibelbis - Rock Island Armory M1911-A1 Tactical semi-auto hand gun 45 ACP, Parkerized. $479.99
9.) Craig Etchberger - Kimber Micro 9MM Luger Desert Tan semi-auto handgun, crimson trace site. $669.99
10.) Elaine Lippold - Smith & Wesson 629 Revolver 44 mag. 6.5" barrel Stainless Steel. $789.98
Cash option for above will be paid out at 80% of our cost.
Contact Murddok Farms 13 N. State Street, Suite C, Ephrata, PA 17522 to claim your firearm
When the club bought the new property in the fall of 2018 the property had a house on it
Under the siding was shingles, under the shingles was "German siding". The New Land Committee spent 13 Sundays in the beginning of the year to remove all of the siding.
The original home was a log cabin believed to be built in the 1700's by french trappers.
Club member, Brian Paul, who lives in a log home, is a fan of a cable television show called Barnwood Builders. Brian contacted Barnwood Builders and set a plan in motion to preserve this old home and give it new new life.
From left to right, Tim Rose, Graham Ferguson, Johnny Jett, Mark Bowe, Alex Webb and Sherman Thompson disassembled the old home beam by beam and hauled it to West Virginia. After editing the show will be televised on the DIY channel this spring.
This is all that remains. It's now up to the "New Land Committee" to finish cleaning the property. Time to get back to work.
Click on the Download for a pdf file of the locations and descriptions of the tree stands on Cushion Peak Property. Thank you Jedd Moncavage