- Mar 12th – 13th, 2016
- Aug 13th – 14th, 2016
- Nov 12th – 13th, 2016
- Jan 21st – 22nd, 2017
- Apr 8th – 9th, 2017
- Aug 12th – 13th, 2017
- Nov 11th – 12th, 2017
- Jan 6th – 7th, 2018
- Mar 17th – 18th, 2018
- Nov 10th – 11th, 2018
- Jan 12th – 13th, 2019
- Mar 16th – 17th, 2019
- Sep 21st – 22nd, 2019
- Nov 16th – 17th, 2019
- Jan 11th – 12th, 2020
- Mar 21st – 22nd, 2020
- Sep 19th – 20th, 2020
- Nov 7th – 8th, 2020
- Feb 6th – 7th, 2021
- Apr 30th – May 2nd, 2021
- Aug 28th – 29th, 2021
- Oct 9th – 10th, 2021
- Feb 5th – 6th, 2022
- Mar 26th – 27th, 2022
- Jan 14th – 15th, 2023
- Mar 18th – 19th, 2023
- Saturday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
- Sunday: 9:00am - 3:00pm
Children 12 & under: Free
$8.00 - Veterans & Law Enforcement
$7.00 - Anyone wearing Eagle Arms attire; Tee-shirt or HoodieEAGLE VIP: Veterans, Law Enforcement, Handicap/Wheelchair Guests - may enter any Gun Show 30 minutes early.
Tickets available at the door and online at EAGLESHOWS.COM
*Avoid the crowds by attending the Gun Show on Saturday afternoons or anytime on Sundays.
*Allow extra time for gun purchase background checks
The Split Rock Gun Show currently has no upcoming dates scheduled in Lake Harmony, PA. This Lake Harmony gun show is held at Split Rock Resort and hosted by Eagle Shows. All federal and local firearm laws and ordinances must be obeyed.
- Phone: (610) 393-3047
- Email: [email protected]
On Mar 18th, 2023 Brian Burkhardt said
Show was disappointing to say the least. Maybe 100 tables. Not worth my time. Usually a decent selection of guns , not this time. Looked like it was a last minute idea.
On Mar 28th, 2022 Mike said
Great show if you want to buy a pickle or a knife, nowhere near the amount of tables advertised.
On Mar 27th, 2022 John F said
I was in the area from another state. Stopped by to check out show. Was not a big show but a nice setup. Nice show if you live in the area but I wouldn’t travel far for this one.
On Mar 27th, 2022 Mike said
Great show if you want to buy a pickle or a knife, no where near the amount of tables advertised never going there again.
On May 6th, 2022 JJ said
Yes, you are right. There is not anywhere near 500 tables. Couldn’t fit that many in this room. I go to a lot of shows throughout the northeast and many exaggerate how many tables. I use to set up banquet halls for weddings and such, so It’s easy for me to guesstimate at a glance. I would say about 95 to 105 tables. I went here expecting a much bigger show. It was a good show but I was passing by and stopped because I thought it would be much larger. I don’t like being misled.
On Mar 26th, 2022 John Wall said
Bad show this year only one room and half the tables were empty. Walked around took only an hour to see everything three times. Ammo prices about the same as anywhere.
On Feb 6th, 2022 KENNETH NAEGELE said
FEB 5 AN 6 2022 I had my douths about going after the last split rock show whitch was real bad, This time one room only but almoust all guns or gun related items an no jewelry or 5 an 10 cent store items. good show, i did enjoy my selft
On Aug 28th, 2021 Scott Weber said
Little bit of everything !! Really enjoy walking around many great finds much good information lots of knowledgeable folks .,
One of the better gun shows in the north east …
On Mar 2nd, 2020 Richard Bezdziecki said
This is a good show especially if you do a little homework and go prepared to haggle a bit. I suggest making a list of the things you are interested in because there is so much to look at here you might just forget what you came for!
On Nov 8th, 2019 Robert Bonk said
Joe has the best shows in the area! go to them every time at Split rock can’t wait till the next one!!
On Nov 11th, 2017 Patrick French said
Went to the show at Split Rock today, first time I have been to this show. I found it to be fantastic. Many gun vendors…yes there was a wine guy, and a pillow guy, and jewelry, but every gun imaginable was there. And I appreciated that it wasn’t all AR stuff…there was a lot of AR’s, but there were tons of shotguns, rifles, and handguns on display. I bought a whole bunch of ammo. I saw two .44 magnums I wanted bad, the the ol’ lady made sure that didn’t happen.
I have been to quite a few gun shows, this one is very very worth the effort to visit (I came from Long Island, New York).
On Aug 13th, 2017 Jac G said
I went to the August 2017 show, and it seemed much smaller than 700 tables. Not only that but there were lots of non gun/outdoor related booths set up, I mean I understand the beef jerky booths at nearly every gun show but a hotel pillow vendor and a wine vendor seem a bit out of place.
Many vendors had somewhat high prices on their guns and ammo, but there were some decent deals to be found. Disappointingly for me there was not as much military surplus as there has been in past PA gun shows I’ve gone to.
Overall if you’re close by I think it’s worth a trip, but if you’re thinking about driving from NJ/NY or somewhere far, I wouldn’t bother.
On Mar 27th, 2017 Joe sparrow said
I go to all the gun shows in The north east this is a nice size show worth going to boy 3 guns last show there
On Sep 2nd, 2016 Joe said
Went to the one in August and was disappointed. I thought it would be bigger. It is billed as a 700 table show. Intruth I didn’t count but it didn’t seem like 700 tables. The prices were considerably higher than I expected, especially on ammo. I understand that there is not a huge markup on guns but there were vendors selling some used guns (Glock Gen 3 Mod 30) for more than a new Gen for goes for on Gallery of Guns.
I also have to say Caveat Emptor! Some of the stuff was not of great quality and price wise I was beat on a reloading book. Paid more for a one year old Lyman Book than I could get a current book for on Amazon with free shipping. I like doing business locally and developing a relationship with local people. It was my fault for not scoping prices on books prior to going. That particular vendor the woman there (I believe his wife) was a VERY hard sell and refused to listen to me for what I wanted. Kept pushing what she wanted to sell. She also seemed VERY impatient with people. Kept touting their website that is really quite terrible. Looks like it was built in the early ’90’s and was never updated. Un fortunately they were the only obvious reloading supplier there.
On the positive side it was a good place to see some of the hand guns I am interested in and when I am ready to make a purchase I have some options. I am also interested in eventually owning either an AK47 or AR15 and this show had an abundance of both. Especially in the AR’s you can find them in almost every configuration available LOL. Most of the vendors were very nice and were interested in talking and explaining their products.
I did have some quality time with my son who just joined the PA National Guard and will be going to boot soon so that was a positive. And I did get a decient range bag for cheap so the $14.00 entrance fee for the two of us was not wasted.
I plan to go to the Allentown, PA show later this month. Supposed to be bigger so we’ll see if it is better.
On Jul 11th, 2016 Nancy said
This is the only gun show me & my husband will even go to Anymore! This Show has everything, can’t even compare to the ones in Scranton!
On Sep 3rd, 2017 Jack Sig said
Only Gun Show I go to anymore! Split Rock by far is Best! All other ones which are bigger, have all the best vendors spread out to far. All you do is walk more at bigger shows, dodging all the worthless vendors that do not even belong at a Gun Show! If Eagle Arms didn’t run the show, Split Rock wouldn’t be as good either! Do yourself a favor, if Eagle Arms isn’t running any Gun Show in PA area, trust me don’t waste your time or money! All the Die Hard Guys know exactly what I’m saying!