Black's Creek Public Shooting Range
Black's Creek Public Shooting Range (BCR) is the largest and most visited range in Idaho, providing a safe place to shoot for more than 7,000 hunters and sport shooters each year. If you've never been to BCR, please visit us!
BCR is one of only three Idaho shooting ranges owned by the Idaho Department of Fish and Game. The non-profit shooting club, the EE-DA-HOW Long Rifles, Inc. is responsible for day to day management of BCR.
A full-time Range Master lives on site at BCR.
The main range at BCR is open to public shooting four to five days each week depending on the time of year. This range accomodates shooting distances from 15 to 200 yards.
There are no restrictions on the number of firearms a person may use on the range during a shooting session.
Both the range and the on-site restrooms are accessible to physically-challenged shooters.
BCR is located southeast of Boise at 2420 E. Kuna-Mora Road, four miles west of exit 64 off of Interstate 84. Use the locator map to find your way to BCR. We hope to see you soon!
Please note that BCR will be closed to public shooting on Saturday, October 22 and Sunday, October 23. A Black Powder Silhouette Match will be conducted both days. Spectators are welcome to attend - no charge.
This webpage remains under construction. Check back from time to time to see new items on the page.
- Please call the range line for any unlisted range closures. Listen to the recorded message at (208) 342-9614.
- Check the Black's Creek website for further contact information and a calendar of events.