I'm a member at Tri-County Gun Club. No complaints about it at all. It was very nice when I lived in Tualatin. Now that I live on the border of Gresham, it's 60+ miles round trip. That's the only reason I'm considering switching. I'm still making the drive but it means soaking up a half a day on weekends, and those 8 days a month quickly fill up when you have three kids. So I was thinking of maybe switching to something closer. My needs are pretty simple: pistol (ideally at different ranges) and rifle at 100Y-300Y (or longer). I don't shoot anything exotic - typical CCW pistol calibers and .22LR, .308, and various milsurp rounds like 8mm. That's it. I don't hunt, I don't shoot clay, I don't do competitions, I don't square dance. Mostly I just show up and blast paper. I'm an endowment NRA member and give if someone's passing the hat but I don't usually go to club meetings. I probably should but...time... One options is to find some outdoor area to shoot. Here and other places I've lived, I've always joined clubs but I've heard there are lots of outdoors places to shoot. I've just never been initiated (lol). I looked at Douglas Ridge's web site. That's one option. My time is limited and I'm not wild about the $150/year or 8 hours add-on fee. I know, gun clubs need volunteers and it's a way for people to be involved in their clubs. I don't mean to sound selfish but my time is limited and for me, gun clubs are mostly places to show up and shoot. Johnson Creek is probably the closest but of course that's pistol only. I am still thinking about them because as an urban CCW guy, that's the skill I need to keep sharp the most. I've shot at Place to Shoot a few times and would never go back. Ugh. I haven't looked at Estacada yet. Other opinions?