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Public Shooting Ranges in West Virginia

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West Virginia Shooting Ranges Map by Districts District 1 shooting ranges District 2 shooting ranges District 3 shooting ranges District 4 shooting ranges District 6 - Conaway Run Lake Wildlife Management Area shooting range - physically challenged shooting bench available District 6 - Elizabeth shooting range District 6 - Frozen Camp Wildlife Management Area shooting range - physically challenged shooting bench available District 6 - Glenville shooting range District 6 - Mountwood County Park shooting range - physically challenged shooting bench available District 5 shooting ranges District 6 shooting ranges District 1 - Hillcrest Wildlife Management Area shooting range - physically challenged shooting bench available District 1 - Lewis Wetzel Wildlife Management Area shooting range - physically challenged shooting bench available District 1 - Moundsville shooting range - physically challenged shooting bench available District 1 - Pedlar Wildlife Management Area shooting range - physically challenged shooting bench available District 1 - Pleasant Creek Wildlife Management Area shooting range - physically challenged shooting bench available District 1 - White Horse Center shooting range District 2 - Brandywine shooting range District 2 - Sleepy Creek Wildlife Management Area shooting ranges District 3 - Elk River Wildlife Management Area - Spruce Fork shooting range - physically challenged shooting bench available District 3 - Elk River Wildlife Management Area - Airport shooting range - physically challenged shooting bench available District 3 - Stonewall Jackson Lake Wildlife Management Area shooting range - physically challenged shooting bench available District 3 - Wallback Wildlife Management Area shooting range - physically challenged shooting bench available District 4 - Montgomery shooting range - physically challenged shooting bench available District 4 - Bluestone Wildlife Management Area shooting range - physically challenged shooting bench available District 4 - Panther State Forest shooting range District 4 - Plum Orchard Lake Wildlife Management Area shooting range - physically challenged shooting bench available District 4 - R.D. Bailey Wildlife Management Area shooting range - physically challenged shooting bench available District 5 - Beech Fork Wildlife Management Area shooting range - physically challenged shooting bench available District 5 - Big Ugly Wildlife Management Area shooting range - physically challenged shooting bench available District 5 - Chief Cornstalk Wildlife Management Area shooting range - physically challenged shooting bench available District 5 - Fork Creek Wildlife Management Area shooting range - physically challenged shooting bench available District 5 - Kanawha State Forest shooting range - physically challenged shooting bench available District 5 - McClintic Wildlife Management Area shooting range - physically challenged shooting bench available


Physically Challenged symbol A physically challenged shooting bench is available.
Users may need assistance in placing and retrieving targets.

 

District 1 - (304) 825-6787



1. Hillcrest WMA
Physically Challenged Symbol

Outdoor range: 100-yard maximum backstop distance with seven covered shooting benches.
Location: Hancock County
On county Route 14 (Middle Run Road), approximately one mile north of intersection with county Road 18 (Gas Valley Road).

2. Lewis Wetzel WMA Physically Challenged Symbol

Outdoor range: 100-yard maximum backstop distance with six covered shooting benches.
Location: Wetzel County
County Route 82 (Buffalo Run Road) four miles south of Jacksonburg.

3. Moundsville Physically Challenged Symbol

Indoor range: Eight 50-foot shooting stations.
Only .22 caliber rifles and handguns can be used. Handgun shooters must use only straight-walled cases and all-lead bullets.
Indoor archery range: 35-foot maximum backstop distance
Location: Marshall County
Moundsville on 12th Street, one mile east of state Route 2 in Valley Fork Park. The range is located in the large stone building in the park and is operated by the Moundsville Rifle and Pistol Club. Open to public during limited hours.

4. Pedlar WMA Physically Challenged Symbol

Outdoor range: 100-yard maximum backstop distance with eight covered shooting benches
Location: Monongalia County
Take I-79 exit 155 and turn east on county Route 19/24 toward Morgantown. Turn left onto state Route 7 and follow for approximately seven miles. Shooting range is at Mason Lake on the left of state Route 7 about a one-half mile past Core.
Range hours: Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday - 9 am  to sunset
                      Sunday - Noon to sunset
                      Tuesday and Wednesday - closed

5. Pleasant Creek WMA Physically Challenged Symbol

Outdoor range: 200-yard maximum backstop distance with eight covered shooting benches.
Location: Barbour County
Six miles north of Philipi off U.S. Routes 119/250 on county Route 10 (Pleasant Creek Road) approximately one-half mile.

6. White Horse Center

Outdoor range: 100-yard maximum backstop distance with 10 covered shooting benches.
Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Under lease to the West Virginia Rifle and Pistol Association.
Location: Barbour County
Approximately 10 miles north of Buckhannon off of state Route 20 on state Route 20/3 (Crouse Road) south of Peeltree.

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District 2 - (304) 822-3551



7. Brandywine

Outdoor range: 100-yard maximum backstop distance with eight covered shooting benches.
Location: Pendleton County
Shenandoah Wildlife Management Area in the George Washington National Forest. Can be reached by traveling one and one-quarter miles off U.S. Route 33 to U.S. Forest Service Route 151.


8. Sleepy Creek WMA

Outdoor range: 200-yard maximum backstop distance with eight covered shooting benches. Currently for safety reasons, only shotguns (no slugs) are allowed.
Location: Berkeley County
Third Hill Mountain Road off county Route 826, one and one-half miles north of county Route 7/13.

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District 3 - (304) 924-6211



9. Elk River WMA − Spruce Fork Physically Challenged Symbol

Outdoor range: 100-yard maximum backstop with eight covered shooting benches.
Location: Braxton County
Five miles south of Sutton on old U.S. Route 19 and three miles east on county Route 17.

10. Elk River WMA − Airport Physically Challenged Symbol

Outdoor range: 175-yard maximum backstop distance with eight covered shooting benches.
Location: Braxton County
On state Route 15 across from the Braxton County Airport.

11. Stonewall Jackson Lake WMA Physically Challenged Symbol

Outdoor Range: 300-yard maximum backstop distance with 10 covered shooting benches.
Location: Lewis County
Just off U.S. Route 19, three miles east of Interstate 79 from exit 91.

12. Wallback WMA Physically Challenged Symbol

Outdoor range: 100-yard maximum backstop distance with eight covered shooting benches.
Location: Clay County
Turn off I-79 at Exit 34 and turn South on Rt. 36 (toward the town of Clay) for 1/4 Mile. Turn left onto Summers Fork Road. Go Approximately 1/4 Mile and turn left on County 36/21 and go approximately 2 miles to the range. The Range is located at the headwaters of the WMA Lake.

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District 4 - (304) 256-6947



13. Bluestone WMA Physically Challenged Symbol

Outdoor range: 100-yard maximum backstop distance with six covered shooting benches.
Location: Summers County
County Route 33/2 at Indian Mills.

14. Montgomery Physically Challenged Symbol

Outdoor range: 100-yard maximum backstop distance with eight covered shooting benches.
Location: Fayette County
South of Montgomery off state Route 61 on county Route 6/10 (Morris Drive) approximately one mile.

15. Panther State Forest

Outdoor range: 100-yard maximum backstop distance with five covered shooting benches.
Location: McDowell County
From the town of Panther, take county Routes 3/1 and 3/2. The range is situated approximately one and one-half miles past park headquarters.

16. Plum Orchard Lake WMA Physically Challenged Symbol

Outdoor range: 175-yard maximum backstop distance with six covered shooting benches.
Location: Fayette County
Exit the West Virginia Turnpike (I-77) at the Pax or Mossy interchange and follow state Routes 23 and 23/1. From U.S. Route 19, take state Route 15 from Oak Hill to Mossy, then state Routes 23 and 23/1.

17. R.D. Bailey WMA Physically Challenged Symbol

Outdoor range: 200-yard maximum backstop distance with six covered shooting benches.
Location: Wyoming County
On Moccasin Creek off state Route 97 about six miles east of U.S. Route 52 and two miles west of Baileysville.

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District 5 - (304) 675-0871


18. Beech Fork WMA Physically Challenged Symbol

Outdoor range: 100-yard maximum backstop distance with six covered shooting benches.
Location: Wayne County
On county Route 17 behind the WMA maintenance building on Miller’s Fork.

19. Big Ugly WMA Physically Challenged Symbol

Outdoor range: 100-yard maximum backstop distance with no shelter or benches.
Location: Lincoln County
On Delta Route 11 above the office.

20. Chief Cornstalk WMA Physically Challenged Symbol

Outdoor range: 200-yard maximum backstop distance with eight covered shooting benches.
Location: Mason County
On county Route 40 (Cornstalk Road) off U.S. Route 35 near Beech Hill (follow the WMA signs).

21. Chief Logan WMA Physically Challenged Symbol

Outdoor range: 10 positions with 25 yard, 50 yard and 100 yard targets.
Location: Logan County
Exit Route 119 at the exit for the Chief Logan Lodge and Convention Center. Go approximately 300 yards and turn left onto gravel road. Range is approximatelt 1 1/2 mile at the end of the road.

22. Kanawha State Forest Physically Challenged Symbol

Outdoor range: 100-yard maximum backstop distance with 11 covered shooting benches.
Location: Kanawha County
Seven miles south of Charleston on Davis Creek just off county Route 23.

23. McClintic WMA Physically Challenged Symbol

Outdoor range: 100-yard maximum backstop distance with eight covered shooting benches.
Location: Mason County
North of Point Pleasant on state Route 62. Turn onto Potter’s Creek Road (county Road 11), drive approximately one and three-quarter miles to parking lot.

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District 6 - (304) 420-4550



24. Conaway Run Lake WMA Physically Challenged Symbol

Outdoor range: 150-yard maximum backstop distance with three covered shooting benches.
Location: Tyler County
Southeast of Middlebourne on county Route 18.

25. Elizabeth

Outdoor range: 100-yard maximum backstop distance with five covered shooting benches.
Location: Wirt County
Approximately one-half mile south of Elizabeth on county Route 1 (Tuckers Creek Road).

26. Frozen Camp WMA Physically Challenged Symbol

Outdoor range: 200-yard maximum backstop distance with eight covered shooting benches.
Location: Jackson County
About seven miles east of Ripley on state Route 33. Then approximately two and one-half miles off Route 33 on county Route 28.

27. Glenville

Outdoor range: 100-yard maximum backstop distance with seven covered shooting benches.
Pistol/rimfire range: 50-yard with eight covered shooting benches.
Location: Gilmer County
One mile north of Glenville off
of state Route 5 on state Route 35/15 (Sycamore Run Road) near the Gilmer County Recreation Center.

28. Mountwood County Park Physically Challenged Symbol

Outdoor range: 100-yard maximum backstop distance with four covered shooting benches.
Location: Wood County
About 12 miles east of Parkersburg. Accessible from U.S. Route 50 via county Route 5.

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