Carson City plans to open shooting range Thursday
In response to Governor Sisolak’s Directive 016, relaxing restrictions on some outdoor recreation activities is allowed starting Friday, if participants recreate safely and in a manner that prevents the spread of COVID-19.
Carson City Parks, Recreation and Open Space will be reopening the following facilities with restrictions to ensure the health and safety of staff and participants:
Outdoor tennis and pickleball courts reopened May 1.
Participants are encouraged to bring hand sanitizer and wipes to keep equipment clean.
Eagle Valley Golf Course - reopening May 1.
Operated by Duncan Golf. For restrictions, tee times, hours and fees visit: duncangolfreno.com or call 775.887.2380.
Carson Ridge Disc Golf Park - reopening May 1.
Park is open daily sunrise to sunset. Participants are encouraged to practice social distancing, bring hand sanitizer and wipes to keep discs and equipment clean. Groups must be less than 10 people. If the parking lot is full upon arrival, please choose another time to participate. There may be periodic course closures for on-going maintenance activities. Please check carson.org/parksandrec and social media for scheduling updates.
Carson City Archery Range - reopening May 1.
Operated by Clear Creek Bowmen. For restrictions, hours and fees visit: clearcreekbowmen.com.
Capitol City Gun Club – reopening May 1
Operated by Capitol City Gun Club. For restrictions, hours and fees visit capitolcitygunclub.org or call 775.882.9904.
Carson City Rifle and Pistol Range – reopening May 7 for drop-in use to the public
Long Range-10 covered and 10 prone stations open (every other station available)
Short Range-10 stations open
Shooting Bays limited to groups less than 10 people.
Participants are encouraged to practice social distancing, bring hand sanitizer and wipes to keep shooting tables/stations and equipment clean before and after shooting.
If all shooting stations are occupied upon arrival, participants are asked to please wait safely in their vehicle until a station becomes available.
Reservations are available to groups less than 10 people with insurance and a Range Safety Officer. To make a reservation email: email@example.com or submit a reservation request online at carson.org/range.
RANGE IS OPEN FREE TO THE PUBLIC: THURSDAYS THROUGH SUNDAYS, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Volunteer NRA Range Safety Officers are needed to extend the hours, while restrictions are still in place to ensure compliance. To volunteer, please contact Mike Evans, Range Coordinator at 775.887.2262 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.