For safety, County ordinances require ALL FIREARMS MUST BE UNLOADED AND IN A CASE OR HOLSTER WHILE BEING TRANSPORTED BETWEEN THE PARKING LOT AND THE FIRING POINTS. Also, no one is allowed on the premises unless a range supervisor in present.
INDIVIDUALS FOUND ON THE RANGE DURING UN-SUPERVISED TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO ILLEGAL TRESPASSING. Members and neighbors are instructed to call the Dunn County Sheriff if people are found on the range without a Range Supervisor present. Everyone using the range must be acquainted with and abide by the range rules and regulations. A copy of the range rules is available at: Range rules and regulationsWhile the county has set the possible hours the range may be open, the range is only open during supervised hours of operation that trained volunteers of the Menomonie Rifle and Pistol Club have offered their time to operate the range. Those hours are posted on the calendar.
The Menomonie Public Shooting Range offers:
- The range, including the trap range, is ADA accessible.
18- 100, 4- 200, and 3-300 yard shooting positions.
The most firing benches have adjustable seats, the 2-100yd., 1-200 yd., and 1-300yd. benches are wheelchair accessible.
All 4 dedicated pistol firing points are handicapped accessible.
A 5-station 16-yard regulation trap range with voice activation, but is only open during certain hours. Check the calendar for the dates and times.
Paper targets only on the rifle and pistol ranges. Targets are available at the range house.
Cardboard and tape is provided for the target stands. We do not use staples as staples can cause injury.
Hearing and eye protection, rifle rests, spotting scopes, and sandbags are available at no charge.