Club and Range Information

Club and Range Rules

Indoor Range:

Located in Estes Park on the south side of Highway 36 between Lake Estes and Community Drive, next to the Dog Park. The indoor range has seven shooting stations with benches and pulley retrieve target carriers.

Maximum shooting distance is 50 feet. The backstop is a sheet of steel at a 45 degree angle.

There is a ventilation system that pulls air down range.

There are two gas heaters for winter use.

Eye and ear protection are required as soon as you walk in the door. Loner glasses and/or earmuffs are available at no charge.

Calibers allowed: All genuine handgun calibers, .22 LR rifles and air guns. No black powder, no .44 magnum or larger.

Firearms for rent, $10.00 per visit: Single action revolver, double action revolver, single action semi-automatic pistol, bolt action rifle, and semi-automatic rifle; all in .22 LR caliber.

You must sign in every time you visit the range.

Hours:

For current hours see Current Indoor Range Hours

Fees:

Club Members $1.00 per visit
Non-Members (Public) $5.00 per visit
Targets $0.10 per target

The Indoor Range Fee is waived for active duty military personnel at our regularly scheduled archery and firearm practice nights. Documentation of current active service may be required.

Club and Range Rules

Outdoor Range:

Located 5 1/2 miles from the intersection of highways 34 and 36, east of Estes Park on Highway 34 at mile marker 68.3, at Noels Draw (there is a sign), then one mile south through a locked gate at the end of a bridge on a graded but rough dirt road. This facility has a rifle range (100 Yds.), a pistol range, and a stationary and walk through archery ranges. The range opens 30 minutes after Sunrise and closes 30 minutes before Sunset.

Pistol Range:

This range is located on the right hand side of the road past the rifle range. Target stands can be found in the storage shed between the pistol & rifle ranges. The shooter must bring their own paper targets and a staple gun or tape to attach to the cardboard backing on the target stands. The target stands can be placed in holders with distances for 5yd, 7yd, 10yd, 15yd, 20yd & 25yd and firing from the red firing line, standing or at a sitting table position. When the shooter is finished with their session, they are to remove the target stand and put in storage shed after removing their paper target & disposing it in trash bins provided. The shooter is to police their own unwanted brass and place in buckets nearby.

Rifle Range:

The range has 25, 50, 75, & 100 yard markers. Target stands can be found in the storage shed between the pistol & rifle ranges. Shooters must bring their own paper targets and staple gun or tape to attach to the cardboard backing on the target stands. The target stands can be placed in the holders at the listed distances. The red firing line indicates the position for the shooter to fire from whether they are prone, sitting or standing. When the shooter is finished they are to remove the target stand and return it to storage shed after removing their paper target & disposing it in trash bins provided. The shooter is to police their own unwanted brass and place in buckets nearby.

Archery:

There are 2 ranges, one for shooting at a distance of 25 yards and the other, trails along Noels Draw Creek to Solitude Creek with 4(foot)x4(foot) targets for bows. One may find a three-D target among the rustic brush, trees and rock outcroppings. This range also has one tree stand for the overhead viewing of the bow shooter. No firearms are allowed on these ranges.

Trap Range:

Clay pigeons only will be shot at this range on Specially Announced Public Events and when Shot Barriers Curtains are deployed. No hand throwers or portable throwers are allowed. This area is also known as Upper Pistol/Trap range where Law Enforcement Agencies can set up for their different training scenarios. Members can also use this range, using the provided Plywood set up for their backstop, to guide them to the correct safety line of fire. Members are to shoot in that direction only!

Hours of Operation:

Club Members have access during daylight hours.
Club members may bring guests, only occasionally, not on a regular basis.
Non-Members can enter only when it is open to the pubic.

Fees:

Club Members and Non-Members (Guests): No charge for entering the premises. There may be additional fees assessed for an organized event.

General Club Information

Fees:

Club and Range Rules

Application for Range Use

The ranges are available for limited use by individuals or groups interested in providing firearm training.

Club Information

The Estes Park Gun & Archery Club is a National Rifle Association (NRA) affiliate member. NRA Membership is encouraged for EPG&AC members but is not required.