Facility Features * Pistol range (28 stations out to 25 yards) * Short rifle range (42 stations out to 100 yards) * Long rifle range (10 stations out to 400 yards) * Trap stations (10 stations) * American Skeet Range (2 stations) * International Trap Range (only public one in the state) * International Skeet Range * Wobble Clay Ranges * 5 stand field * Make-a-break-field * Roving Archery Range (targets at unknown distances) * Field Archery Range (known distances from 10 to 80 yards) * Youth Archery Range (draw weight 30 lbs. or less) * Indoor Archery Range * 3-D Archery Range Coming Soon & Future Plans * 4 additional American skeet ranges * Wildlife interpretive trail * Hunter Education Banquet Facility (400 seats) Helpful Tips * Targets provided with permit purchased * Golf carts available on 400 yard rifle range use * Ammo and extra shooting supplies available in Pro Shop * Gun and optics rentals available in Pro Shop * Gun Carry permit classes and shooting classes available Concessionaire Steve Shelton (food, drink and some supplies available) Hours of Business Friday, Saturday—10:00 a.m. until sunset (but no later than 8 p.m.) Sunday—1:00 p.m. to sunset (but no later than 8:00 p.m.) Fees (permits must be purchased at the complex) * 15 and under: $1.50 for two-hour permit * 15 and under annual permit: $25.00 * Adults: $5.50 for two-hour permit * Adults annual permit: $101.00 * American Trap and Skeet: $4.00 per round * Wobble: $4.00 per round * International Trap and Skeet: $6.00 per round
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