Parks & Recreation: Shooting Complex - Welcome
The Clark County Shooting Complex is designed to be built in three phases. The constructed public module, is designed to provide safe recreational shooting to the citizens and visitors in Clark County.
HISTORY OF THE CLARK COUNTY SHOOTING COMPLEX
- The shooting complex is a culmination of community and citizen advisory, state, local and national government efforts.
- The concept of a public shooting facility for the citizens of Las Vegas and surrounding areas was first created in the early 1980s.
ADDRESSING PUBLIC SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY
- More than 45 percent of Clark County households own a firearm and until now, Las Vegas was one of the few urban areas without a public shooting range.
- Public safety is the number one priority of the Clark County Shooting Complex. Each building and shooting range was designed with the intention to be operated as a safe shooting site.
- Clark County received a highly esteemed EPA recognition for its Environmental Stewardship Program.
- Prior to construction, the County completed botanical, wildlife and paleontological studies and implemented a lead mitigation plan to address potential concerns.
- Archery Center - The Archery Center houses a known-distance archery range, covered firing points, classroom area, restrooms, and night lights.
- Shotgun Center - This feature contains 24 combination Trap and Skeet fields, a 5,443-square-foot Shotgun Center, a Pro Shop, shotgun storage lockers and a cafeteria. It also features 80 full-service RV sites, a clay target storage building, lighted ranges and shade ramadas.
- Rifle-Pistol Center - The public Rifle-Pistol Center offers 30 shooting points to 50 yards; 15 points to 200 yards; 15 points to 100 yards, night lights, shade ramadas, concrete shooting tables and seats, covered shooting areas, a 3,000-square-foot building with a convenience store, a 30-seat classroom, restrooms and a Pro Shop.
- Education Center - This 4,400-square-foot building contains three 30-seat classrooms expandable up to one 90-seat classroom, two offices for Nevada Department of Wildlife use, and restrooms. It also features night lighting, a 100-meter archery range, a 100-yard range, and a 50-yard range. It also includes a shotgun range and two walking field courses.
- Maintenance Area - A secured compound with a 1,500-square-foot storage maintenance building.
- Host Site - The Host Area