If You Are Planning A Trip To Las Vegas You Must Visit The Clark County Outdoor Shooting Facility
The 5-star designation is from the respected National Shooting Sports Foundation, which awarded the Clark County Shooting Complex its 5-star rating in 2010.
“This is one of the best-kept secrets in Las Vegas, this beautiful jewel of a facility that boasts a 270-panoramic view of the Las Vegas Valley due to its elevated setting,” said Carmichael. “Those looking to try a new experience and have a good time in a safe and controlled environment will enjoy an impressive menu of sport shooting options.”
The Clark County Shooting Complex offers a 75-acre, 30-station sporting clays course; 24 combination trap and skeet fields; a 5,443-square-foot shotgun center with a pro shop and 80 full-service RV sites; an archery center with a known-distance range and a 3D Animal Archery Course; a rifle-pistol center with 30 shooting points up to 50 yards, 15 shooting points up to 100 yards and 15 points up to 200 yards; a 4,400-square-foot Education Center with three 30-seat classrooms expandable up to one 90-seat classroom and archery and shotgun ranges, and two walking field courses for hunter education; and, a Camper Host Site with 30 full-service RV hook ups, anyone that is planning a trip to Las Vegas will find the facility to be truly world class.
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Other events hosted at the complex in 2014 included the U.S. Open Youth Clay Shooting Championship, the largest youth shooting competition in the Western United States, Youth from all across the US are invited to attend with more than 500 boys and girls in grades 4-12 in July. And in March, Fiocchi sponsored the Silver Buckle sporting clays tournament with more than 155 competitors representing 20 states.
On Feb. 12, 2015, the famous Las Vegas-based John Mull’s Meats opened Road Kill Grill II at the Clark County Shooting Complex in time for the 2015 Ducks Unlimited Continental Shoot, the largest shooting competition in the history of the complex. Popularity of the original Road Kill Grill exploded after Food Network star Guy Fieri featured Road Kill Grill on “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives” in May 2012. Any visitor from would be very impressed!
“This is nothing short of a coup to have the food operation at the shooting complex run by none other than Mull’s Meats owner Chuck Frommer,” said Carmichael.
An exclusive agreement between Beretta U.S.A. Corp. and the Clark County Shooting Complex was approved on Sept. 16, 2014 by the Clark County Commission, allowing the world-class firearms manufacturer to provide a rental fleet of high-quality, target-grade shotguns, handguns and rifles in various calibers and gauges to anyone visiting. It acknowledges Beretta as the official sponsor of the complex’s rental operations, and pro shop sales of accessories and safety equipment.
Nevadas 5-Star Outdoor Shooting Facility For Anyone Visiting Las Vegas
Celebrating its fifth year anniversary in March 2015, the Clark County Shooting Complex was developed through the combined efforts of the community, a citizen’s advisory committee, and state, local and federal governments. The $65 million facility design includes three phases starting with the public module, which currently provides safe recreational shooting to residents and visitors to the Las Vegas Valley.
Today, the Shooting Complex is host to anyone and to some of the largest shooting competitions in the country. The Ducks Unlimited Continental Shoot was held at the complex from Feb. 12-15, 2015 for a second consecutive year after outgrowing a previous facility. More than 445 shotgun participants from around the country competed for $75,000 in prizes including Browning shotguns and Fiocchi ammo prize packages. Ducks Unlimited will return to the Shooting Complex in February 2016 with what promises to be an even larger event. If you are from anywhere in the country you are welcome to come the range.
The National Sporting Clays Association held the largest sporting clays shooting championship in the 14-state western region from with more than 420 registered competitors.
"We’re thrilled to be hosting these competitions and events,” said complex Administrator Steve Carmichael. “As more organizations and clubs find out that we can accommodate their events and cater to their specific needs, the complex will quickly become known as a premier venue for sport shooting.”
REGULAR HOURS: March 1 through Oct 31
Wednesday & Thursday, 8am - 10pm
Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 8am - 5pm
WINTER HOURS: November 1 through February 28
Wednesday, 8am - 10pm
Thursday - Sunday, 8am - 5pm
It is closed Mondays and Tuesdays except for special events.
For information, call (702) 455-2000 or go to www.ClarkCountyNV.gov/shootingcomplex. The Clark County Shooting Complex is located at 11357 N. Decatur Blvd. in Las Vegas.