|ABOUT THE PARK|
|Sun Valley Shooting Park is a 300-acre outdoor shooting range near Yakima, Washington. We have covered rifle and pistol ranges, as well as 640 yard long range. |
Also, only available to members, a new Precision Rifle Shooting Range has been added to the existing long distance shooting area. This new area includes seven different firing lanes with steel targets from 200 yards to 640 yards. Each firing lane begins with its own barricade/shooting position.
We also host Archery, Trap, and Skeet Shooting. We allow pistols, rifles, and shotguns. We do not allow fully automatic weapons in the Park.
We do not provide firearms. Eye and ear protection is available for purchase. Targets are also available for purchase.
|(history of property and how the organization and park came to be)|
- EYE AND ear protection is required for all shooters
- On rifle and pistol range, no rapid fire or double taps allowed
- Absolutely no shotgun shells of any type are to be used anywhere on the range except the shotgun ranges
- No steel shot allowed anywhere in the park and no shot size larger than #7 shotAll shooters are required to watch a training video before shooting in the Park
|EVENTS and CLASSES|
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|CURRENT OFFICERS and BOARD of DIRECTORS|
|Steve Koenig||1st Vice-President|
|April 29, 2020|
|Social distancing” will be expected throughout the park, especially in the clubhouse, until further notice. No closer than six feet between individuals is required everywhere. In addition, only odd numbered firing lines may be used throughout the park. In the pistol range only firing lines 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, etc. may be occupied. On the 100 yard range the same is true. Only the odd numbered lines of fire may be used. The long range is the same. Only odd numbered firing positions will be used with an open position between each. The pistol bays, however, present a unique circumstance because of their distance in separation . Each bay may be used but with no more than three individuals in each bay. Again, “social distancing” is expected.|
Sun Valley Shooting Park Guidelines/Restrictions
Due to the corona virus pandemic Sun Valley Shooting Park is currently open with the following guidelines/restrictions in place.
First, if you have experienced any symptoms related to the novel corona virus in the last two to fourteen days like shortness of breath, cough, fever, chills, shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat or new loss of taste or smell you are not allowed to shoot or be in the park at all.
Also, “safe spacing” of at least 6 feet is required of everyone, everywhere in the park. There will be no grouping of shooters.
At the pistol range only the odd numbered firing lines are open for shooting: lanes 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, etc. No exceptions; no grouping.
At the 100 yard rifle range no grouping; no exceptions.
At the long range no grouping; no exceptions
All pistol bays are open but limited to only two shooters in each bay. “Safe spacing” of at least 6 feet is still required in the bays.
We apologize for any inconvenience but there may be some wait time due to the limiting of our shooting areas.
Enjoy your shooting; keep yourself and everyone else safe.
Sun Valley Shooting Park Board of Directors
|Presidents Message - December 15, 2014|
|Presidents Message - February 18, 2016|
|Presidents Message - January 8, 2017|