||Affordable single and family memberships allow full use of the range.|
|Ben Lomond Gun Club
||Affordable single and family memberships allow full use of range. Open for hunter sight-in prior to hunting season. Facilities include classroom, indoor air and small bore rifle range, outdoor 50-yard pistol, small bore silhouette, 100-, 200- and 300-yard rifle ranges and sporting clays. |
|Cheyenne Mountain Shooting Complex
I 25 - HWY 16 Exit #132
Southern Access Outside Gate #20
||The Cheyenne Mountain Shooting Complex is a joint project between the U.S. Army, El Paso County, the El Paso County Sheriff and the Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife.The Range Complex is a three (3) phase project. During phase one (1), seven (7) shooting ranges are being constructed with more than ninety (90) shooting stations and two (2) additional ranges with thirty (30) firing points extending 50 yards - designed for pistols. Shooters will check/set and retrieve targets. Three (3) ranges will be designated for rifles with distances between 100-600 yards. For more information, range fees, and hours, see the website. |
||1225 Dragonman Drive, Colorado Springs
||Outdoor 150-yard shooting range for pistols, rifles and shotguns. Open to the public 7 days a week from 10am – 4pm. |
|Peligrino’s Archery Hut
||6325 E. Platte Ave.
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80915
||30-station indoor heated range; full line pro shop; full line of Mathew’s, Hoyt, Mission, Martin, and Limbsaver bows; open Monday–Saturday.|
|Plaza Archery Shop and Lanes
||4900 North Nevada Avenue, Colorado Springs
||Indoor archery range, 27 lanes, maximum distance 33 yards. |
|Rocky Mountain Roosters
||POB 10164, Colorado Springs
||Sporting clays open to the public and members. Reservations recommended. |
|Bighorn Archery Range
600 Reservoir Road, Pueblo
(Pueblo Reservoir State Wildlife Area)
Owned and operated by the Colorado Parks and Wildlife, the range provides shade shelters at each of its 10 shooting lanes. Yardages range from 10-55 yards. There is also a tower with two levels that is used to simulate tree stand shooting. There are 5 targets available to shoot at from the tower, at random yardages. One of the targets is a 37” steel buck, “Muy Grande” as it's known! The vitals have been "cut out" and archers must shoot through the opening to avoid breaking arrows.
|Buena Vista Sportsmen’s Club
||Rodeo Road, south of Rodeo Grounds,
||Open to club members and guests. Willing to accommodate most requests for people looking for opportunity to sight-in. Memberships are $30 per year for full use of facilities, including pistol and 100- and 200-yard rifle range. Shotgun range is open to the public on Wednesday evenings and Saturdays at the rodeo grounds. Please contact Steve Shelton, 719/221-1111, for more information. |
|Cactus Flats Club
||4612 Fremont C.R. 123, Penrose
||Trap shooting, and a 25 yard and a 50 yard rifle range. Open to the public on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday, 10am to 5pm during the winter, and 10am to 6pm during the summer.|
|Chaffee County Shooting Range
||Between Salida and Buena Vista on Highway 285 at MM 137; adjacent to the Chaffee County landfill.
||719/530-5523 (CpW Salida Service Center)
The Chaffee County Shooting Range is a cooperative range between the CPW and Chaffee County. Open to the public during daylight hours, Sunday through Saturday (7 days a week). No charge for use. Facilities: Rifle range with 8 covered shooting benches. Target placement available from 25 yards to 400+yards. Target stands available at 25 yds, 50 yds, 100 yds and 200 yds. Metal silhouette targets available out to 400+ yards.Shotgun range with covered sun shelter. Two bird throwing devices available on site. Pistol range with covered sun shelter. Target stands available and shooting distance available up to 25 yards+. Small bore rifle, target stands available.
Special restrictions: paper targets only, no glass, metal or other target material allowed.Outhouse vault toilet on site.
|Cottonwood Sporting Clays
||4960 44th Lane, Avondale
||Open to the public for all types of shooting sports. Call for additional information. |
|Mike Higbee State Wildlife Area
||Four miles east of Lamar on US 50
||CPW's Lamar Service Center, 719/336-6600
Mike Higbee SWA has a 100 yard range, with 12 shooting benches, and walkways delineating 3, 7, 15, 25, and 50 yards. The range is open to the public from dawn to dusk, 365 days a year. Priority is always given to law enforcement training and qualification, 4-H, hunter education, and any other CPW sponsored events. A set of range rules is posted at the range. This range is designed for rifle and handgun use, but not for clay pigeons.
|La Junta Rifle Club
||719/384-4349 or 719/980-4349
||300 yd rifle range, 4 traps, skeet field, 50 ft. indoor pistol range, 40 yd. archery range, 2 combat pistol berms. Annual membership (24/7 access) $35 per year per family. Guests, $2 per day with full range use. Open Sundays at 1:00pm, or by request. Free public sight-in weekend (usually early October); hunter education and firearm safety ad proficiency instruction available on request. Call for directions.|
|Las Animas Shooting Range
||Operated by the Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Open year round during daylight hours for rifle, pistol and shotgun target shooting. Ranges up to 150 yards. Hunter education courses are available. |
|Oxbow State Wildlife Area Shooting Range
||CR 36 and US Highway 50; east of La Junta and west of Las Animas.
Directions: East from La Junta approximately eight miles on Highway 50, near the Otero/Bent county line. Public outdoor range owned and managed by the CPW. Daylight hours only. 100 yard range for shotgun, rifle (large and small bore), pistol. Walk-in access only from the parking area gate; about 1/4 mile to the range area. No glass allowed; pack out all trash, targets, and brass.
||42013 CR 24.6 (approximately six miles east of Trinidad)
||The range is operated by Trinidad State Junior College and is open by reservation only; call 719/846-5533 to make arrangements. Ranges available for shotgun, handgun, and rifle. |
|River's Edge Outdoors
4960 44th Lane,
10-station sporting clays, 5 stand,
wobble trap, outdoor rifle and pistol ranges; firearms training; pheasant hunting. Large club house.
|Rocky Mountain Bowmen’s Club
||Post Office Box 171, Leadville
||Bowhunting club with 56 outdoor targets near Leadville. Memberships $25 per year. |
|Pueblo Mountain Park Archery Range
||Hwy 78 and Mountain Park Road, about three miles west of Buelah.
||719/542-7739 or 719/545-4758
||Range is free to the public. Large targets placed at various yardages. Trails through forested area with targets offering shots of varying difficulty. Several shoots are offered during the year; contact representatives of the Pioneer Bowmen for more information.|
|Pueblo Municipal Shooters, Inc.
||3455 ½ Nuckolls Ave., Pueblo
||Indoor range is open to the public on Wednesdays and Thursday evenings. Call for more information. |
|Pueblo Trap and Skeet Club
||6510 Red Creek Springs, Pueblo
||5 American trap and 2 skeet stations are open to the public. Memberships available. |
|Pueblo West Sportsman’s Club
||Open for hunter sight-in as hunting seasons approach. For more information contact the Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Pueblo Area Office, at 719/561-5300. |
|Sangre De Cristo Shooting Club
||On Highway 69 about 6 miles south of Westcliffe
||The range is open for all types shooting sports (no archery facilities yet). Small club; dues are $25 per year and, for reasons of insurance, NRA membership is a prerequisite. Contact is Russ Conner, club president, at 719/783-3295. |