Current News and Events

Facilities: Tri-State Shooting Park offers four trap fields with two skeet overlays, a 5 Stand field, a 200 yard pistol/rifle range with tables and shade awnings, and a 50 yard pistol/rifle range.

Location: The Shooting Park is located at 4831 Boundary Cone Rd. Seven miles east of Hwy 95. You can look Here for map and detailed directions.

Please check the online calendar before heading to the range.  Ranges are sometimes closed for law enforcement training, special events, classes or maintenance.

Public Hours of Operation: 
Summer Hours: May 1 – Oct 1: Thursday, Saturday, Sunday – 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM.
Winter Hours: Oct 1 – May 1: Thursday, Saturday, Sunday – 8:00 AM to Noon.
Members Only Rifle/Pistol Range Hours:  Sunup to Sundown 7 days a week.

Public Range Fees: The public and visitors to the area are welcome and encouraged to use the range!  To help support operations there is a $5.00 per person daily fee for non-member use of the rifle and pistol ranges.

Public – trap/skeet = $5.00 per round for 25 clays.

Membership:  Effective Oct 18th, membership for the rest of 2014 and all 2015 is $60.00!  Annual family memberships (self, spouse/domestic partner and children under 18) are $60.00 per calendar year and provide you with gate access to use the rifle/pistol ranges 7 days a week from sunup to sundown unless closed for special events, classes or law enforcement training. You can download an application and renewal form Here.

Members trap/skeet = $4.00 per round / 25 clays

FIRE FIGHT!  The 1st Annual “Oatman Challenge” BBQ & Trap Shoot –

Come out next Sunday and shoot some trap and show support for your favorite Fire Department!  50 Clays $18.00.  A $5.00 missed bird buy back and Sudden Death Shootout!  BBQ hosted by the Oatman Fire Dept.  Proceeds to benefit the Oatman Fire Dept.

9:30 AM the “Oatman Ghostriders” will stage an exciting old west shootout demonstration  – all you cowboys and saloon gals be sure you come “heeled!”

The fall gun raffle had FOUR winners!
James Yost won the Shotgun, which he in turn awarded as a prize to the youngest Youth Trap Shooter – Cinnamon Mac Donald!
Chris Ford won the pistol and Frank Teagive won the Rifle!
A big thanks to Gary Konigsmark for obtaining the guns and handling the FFL details.  Also thanks to club treasurer Jim Jennings for all the organizational details.
Coming in early February, please check back for more details soon.

All Range Users Please Sign In: Members and Public users, please remember to sign in when using the ranges. There is a clipboard on the rifle range shed and in the clubhouse for trap and skeet shooters. Our funding depends on park usage.

General Meetings: Tri-State Shooting Park general meetings are held the first Wednesday of every month at the Mohave Valley Fire Station, 1451 Willow Dr. at 7 pm.  Please check the Calendar for dates and more information.

Volunteers:  As we enjoy our amazing new range and shooting events please remember, everything at Tri-State Shooting Park is done by volunteers.  We do not have any paid staff and this is a large operation.  We need lot’s of folks willing to devote a little time to helping make this work.  Please come on down, join the fun and get involved!

Trap and Skeet News:  We have new shade awnings in on all the fields!   Come on down and try them out!  The shotgun fields have been getting lot’s of use with the cooler weather!  The ATA Fall Trap shoot was a lot of fun for everyone!

Mohave Defensive Shooters:  Be sure to check the calendar and the link to Mohave Defensive Shooters for upcoming matches.  A great way to have fun and improve your shooting skills!

Colorado River Area Practical Shooters:  We have a new club at the Range for shooters interested in USPSA, IPSC and Steel Challenge handgun competitions!  Please check the calendar and the new Colorado River Shooters page for details.

Pistol and Rifle Range News: 
Check out the new shade awnings!  There is a new flag pole on the Rules sign.  A “hot range” flag will fly there when an RSO is on duty.   There is a new target rack by the RSO shed to keep target stands organized.  Please return target frames to the rack when done.

We just finished the fall RSO class and have four new RSO’s who will be joining our volunteer team to ensure your shooting safety and enjoyment of the facilities.  Please remember the RSO’s are here to help you and promote safety for all users, and are in charge of range operations for all users.

Procedure Update Notice 
- All non-members will only shoot on the 200 yard range during times when there is an Range Safety Officer controlling range operations This is to allow for better safety.  Members can use either the 50 or 200 yard range.

50 Yard Range Safety Notice:  For safety when multiple groups are using the pistol berm during times when there is no RSO on duty please take note:

  1. All shooting will take place from the 50 yard firing line.  All tables and benches should be set up at the firing line.
  2. Targets MUST be a minimum 5ft. height (ground to target top). Set targets at desired distance from the 50 yard line.
  3. During Public Hours please follow RSO’s instructions.

Please, do not go downrange if anyone is shooting, until a “cease fire” is called and all guns holstered or unloaded and tabled, even if they are on the far side of the range. Rocks or bullet fragments can ricochet sideways and hurt or kill you!

See you at the Range!