In 2013, Dick’s Sporting Goods opened up its first Field and Stream shop in Pennsylvania, at the site of a former Dick’s location. The company planned to open approximately 35 retail locations by the end of 2017.
Field and Stream feature camping, hiking, hunting, and fishing gear. In 2018, the company sold 8 stores, located in 3 states, to Sportsmans Warehouse for $28 million.
Also in 2018, after the Parkland, Florida, shooting, Dick’s stopped the sale of all assault-type weapons at all locations, including Field and Stream stores.
Field and Stream stores are well-known for their displays depicting wild animals.
In early 2020, due to the coronavirus pandemic, most Dick’s Sporting Goods and Field and Stream stores were flooded with customers looking to stock up on everything from ammunition to camping stoves.
On March 19th, 2020, the company closed all locations, including Field and Stream stores, for two week period to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. While a nearly nation-wide closure and quarantine period has been called for until at least April 20th, at the time of this writing, the company only has plans to close for two weeks.
Headquarters for Field and Stream are located in Coraopolis, Pennsylvania.