Palm Beach County Shooting Sports Park

Aerial view

Aerial view of rifle and handgun ranges


Update about the Palm Beach County Shooting Sports Park  Adobe PDF

Construction to begin on support facilities at Palm Beach County Shooting Sports Park Adobe PDF

Phase II Construction begins at Palm Beach County Shooting Sports Park Adobe PDF

Construction at Palm Beach County Shooting Sports Park has begun.PDF Document

Palm Beach County Shooting Park Concept Map PDF Document

About this range:

This public shooting facility is being built by the FWC in partnership with Palm Beach County.  It will feature rifle and handgun ranges, sporting clays, 5-stand, skeet, and American and Olympic trap. Phase I of the project (rifle and handgun ranges) is supported through funding from the Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program (WSFR). Additional support and funding are provided by Palm Beach County, the National Rifle Association, and the Fish and Wildlife Foundation of Florida. This center is being created to offer target shooting enthusiasts a place to gain skills and knowledge for safe, responsible firearms handling and target shooting.

The following is a tentative completion schedule for various phases of the facility. Phase descriptions are located on the Palm Beach County Shooting Park Conceptual PlanAdobe PDF.


Shooting Ranges and Fields

  • Phase 1 2017
  • Phase 2 2017/2018
  • Phase 3 2017/2018


Support Structures

  • Phase 1 2017/2018
  • Phase 2 2018/2019
  • Phase 3 2018/2019
  • Phase 4 2018/2019


To be posted when the facility opens


Palm Beach


Accessible from Seminole Pratt Whitney Road – towards the main entrance to J.W. Corbett Wildlife Management Area and Everglades Youth Conservation Center Camp.

GPS Coordinates:




  • 6-position 300-yard rifle range
  • 20-position 200-yard rifle range
  • 20-position 100-yard rifle range
  • 42-position 25/50-meter rifle/handgun range
  • 30-position 10-meter/50-foot handgun range 
  • Automated 14-station sporting clays course
  • Automated 5-stand sporting clays field
  • 9 automated skeet fields
  • 6 automated American trap fields
  • 5 automated International (Olympic) trap fields


To be posted before the facility opens


To be posted before the facility opens


Currently under construction


The rifle and handgun ranges will be supervised by range safety officers and volunteers 


  • Target frames on the rifle and handgun ranges will be provided. Shooters must bring targets to attach to the center of the frames or they can purchase targets in the concession store. 
  • Concession store will have restrooms and drinking water, eye and ear protection, ammunition and other convenience items for sale. Rental shotguns and clay carts will be available for the sporting clays course.

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