The Lewis-Clark Wildlife Club Shooting Range is located on South Tom Beall Road. The range features benches for shooting rifles or pistols and a voice-activated automatic clay pigeon trap machine for shotgun practice.
- Six benches for shooting rifles or pistols out to 100 yards and 18 more benches with a maximum of 500 meters.
- On-site restrooms are accessible to physically-challenged shooters.
- A classroom available for training and classes.
Operation Hours and Fees
- Call the range at (208) 843-2987) to hear a recorded message with the days and hours of operation. During December, January and February, the range is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. For all other months (March through November), the range stays open an hour later until 4 p.m.
- Memberships are $60 a year and a range fee of $20 for nonmembers. Range cannot accept credit cards. Other small fees for shotgun trap and chronograph use. The range also has paper or clay targets for sale.
Location / Directions
The Lewis-Clark Wildlife Club Range is located 15 miles SE of Lewiston on South Tom Beall Road.
- From Highway 95: From 1/2 mile North of Lapwai, follow the signs on South Tom Beall Road. The pavement turns to gravel at the 1.1 mile fork. Stay to the right. The range is on your left 4.3 miles from Highway 95.
- From Highway 12: From 1/2 mile East of Myrtle, follow Cottonwood Creek Road 6.0 miles to South Tom Beall Road. At 6.5 miles the pavement turns to gravel. The range is on your right at 9.3 miles from Highway 12.
Plenty of parking close to the facility.
Wide berms accommodate various shooting distances.