Founded in 1946, the club is a licensed shooting preserve on 137 acres of property south of Pittsburgh in South Fayette Township, Bridgeville, Pennsylvania. The membership is limited to 350 members. The Alpine Club has a new club house that is great for club parties, receptions, dances, our famous family style Wednesday night dinners and our Friday night buffets.
The Alpine Hunting & Fishing Club grounds includes the clubhouse with paved parking, a commercial kitchen, a "U" shaped bar, a beautiful working fireplace, a large eating area and a hardwood dance floor. Glass doors lead outside to a large covered patio with adjacent horse shoe pits and a bocce court. Attached to the main clubhouse is the tack room which has a bathroom for members convenience. The property also includes a stocked three and one half acre pond, an outdoor pistol range, archery range, Rifle range, five stand clay pigeon shoot, multiple picnic pavilions, a club garden and improved fields for the propagation of wild life and bird dog training.