Lewis-Clark Wildlife Club Public Shooting Range

Southeast of Lewiston, the Lewis-Clark Wildlife Club Shooting Range has several range distances to accomodate different types of firearms.

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.

Range features:

  • 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.
Lewis-Clark Wildlife Club Shooting Range
Plenty of parking close to the facility.
 
Lewis-Clark Wildlife Club Shooting Range
Wide berms accommodate various shooting distances.

Location

Lewis-Clark Wildlife Club Public Shooting Range

27007 Tom Beall Road
Lapwai, ID 83540
(208) 843-2987