• Spot ON! targets-at-gun-range Need to get your gun sighted in for the hunt? Provo Shooting Sports Park has new Winter hours.

  • Shoot With Friends men-at-firing-range Group reservations are welcome at the Provo Shooting Sports Park. Plan ahead and submit your reservation form for a fun time.

  • Shotgun Sports girl-aiming-gun Shotgun sports are managed and operated through the Provo Gun Club. More >>

  • Learn and Practice gun-while-shooting You are never too old or too young to learn how to safely operate a handgun. The Provo Shooting Sports Park invites shooters of all ages and experience levels.

Rifle scope PROVO SHOOTING SPORTS PARK

The Provo Shooting Sports Park is a firearms education and training facility where local residents, community groups and law enforcement officers can train and enjoy the shooting sports in a safe and controlled environment.

Open Shooting Hours 
(weather permitting - check the Rain-Out Hotline at (801) 852-6629)

Please take note - times change seasonally with the onset of dusk.

*Two hour limit shooting period when facility is busy. Saturdays are always a two hour limit. 

WINTER HOURS  |  NOVEMBER 1 - MARCH 31

Day TIME
 Wednesday 2:00 PM - Dusk
 Friday 2:00 PM - Dusk 
 Saturday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

 

SUMMER HOURS  |  APRIL 1 - OCTOBER 31

Day TIME
 Wednesday 4:00 PM - Dusk
 Thursday (only Sept-Oct)
4:00 PM - Dusk
 Friday 4:00 PM - Dusk 
 Saturday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Boy scoping rifle FEE SCHEDULE

Public Hours
Provo Resident - $3 per visit
Non-Resident - $5 per visit

Shooting Sports Park Punch Card
Note: Punch cards  expire one year from the date of purchase.

Visits   Resident  Non-Resident
  5   $13 $22 

Group Reservation Rates 

Resident
Upper or Lower Ranges: $25/2 hr + $3 per shooter

Non-Resident  
Upper or Lower Ranges: $35/2 hr + $5 per shooter 


If purchasing punch cards, a day pass, or miscellaneous items at the Shooting Sports Park, you may only use check or cash; limited cash on hand, please bring exact change.

Punch pass cards may be purchased at the Shooting Range or the Parks & Grounds Operations Office: 1417 S 350 E, Mon - Thur, 7:00a - 6:00p.

 

New shooters are always welcome!Targets at gun range

The Park is located two miles up Provo Canyon, then 3/4 miles up Squaw Peak Rd.

Overhead map »

 

 

Girl sighting gun NEW SHOOTERS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME!

Consider the following when you come

  • Paper Targets - Bring paper targets or purchase them on site.
  • Hearing Protection - Foam ear plugs work well; can be purchased on site.
  • Eye Protection is Required - Bring your own glasses or you can purchase them on site.
  • Firearm - Bring your firearm to the range, unloaded, in a case, with the action open. Guns are not rented, ammunition is not sold.

Bring plenty of ammunition - You're going to have so much fun that you might run out of ammunition before you'll want to leave.

Items for Purchase at the Shooting Range:
Paper targets:     $0.25
Foam ear plugs:  $0.25
Eye protection:    $8.00

Fired cartridge casings may be retrieved by the shooter. Casings left or discarded on the range become the property of Provo City and will be disposed of accordingly. 

Men at rifle range RANGE RESERVATIONS

Private groups may make a request to reserve exclusive time at either the rifle or handgun range during non-open shoot hours. Download a Range Reservation Request form

If approved, a Range Safety Officer (RSO) will be scheduled to provide gate access and supervise the activity on site. If you need additional information, email the Range Safety Officer Supervisor, or call (801) 852-6646 or (801) 852-6606.

If you are interested in volunteering as a Range Safety Officer (RSO) at the Shooting Sports Park, please fill out the RSO Volunteer Application and email it, or call Wayne Tanaka, Range Safety Officer Supervisor, at (801) 852-6646 for more information.

Handgun Pro UPPER AND LOWER RANGES
Rim-fire, center-fire or muzzle loading rifles are authorized on the rifle range.

Rim-fire, center-fire and muzzle loading handguns are authorized on the handgun range.

Age restrictions: Any individual under the age of 18 must be supervised by an adult.

For Firearm Handling Rules and General Range Safety Rules click here.

To review our Standard Operating Procedures, click here.
Girl aiming shotgun SHOTGUN SPORTS

All shotgun shooting at the park must be coordinated through the Provo Gun Club. Please note: there are no "throw your own" facilities at the site. The club operates four trap, one 5-stand and two skeet shotgun fields and are open to the public on Wednesday evenings and Saturday afternoons.

New shooters are always welcome and instruction is available for the beginning shooter to the high competition level.

For information regarding instruction, competition and group events, call (801) 437-0595 or check their website at MyProvoGunClub.com. Range Safety Officers are available during open hours  to assist shooters.

group-at-firing-rangeSTAY UP-TO-DATELike us on our Facebook Page by clicking here.                                                                                               If you're interested in becoming a volunteer at the Shooting Sports Park, click here, to email our Range Safety Officer.

 

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