Whether you’re looking for indoor shooting, archery ranges, trap, skeet or sporting clays, Kentucky has it all. Hone your skills on a diverse set of courses, each offering different natural settings and challenges for beginning and experienced shooters alike. Shoot purely for sport or prepare yourself for hunting season with a few rounds of sporting clays. Kentucky is a sportsman-friendly state, so aim for some fun at one of these Kentucky shooting ranges.
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30 acre lake open to non-motorized boats, variety of fish species, canoe and rowboat rentals, 9 hole golf course, 6+ miles of hiking trails, 111 campsites, lodge, cottages,
Hiking trails, mountain bike trails, fishing lakes, disc golf, general park equipment and facilities, overlook with limited vehicle access
Skeet, trap & sporting clay ranges, leagues for all levels of shooters, memberships available, camping & Rv
2,334 acres, check current Hunting Guide for hunting regulations, 3 mile out and back trail open to horses and hikers, single projectile shooting range, pond and creeks for fi...
1,999 acres, mostly forested with hilly terrain, scenic overlook, bow & rifle ranges, interpretive hiking trail,
3,700 acre park, 57,920 acre lake, marina, hiking and biking trails, 78 campsties, managed quota hunts
200+ miles of multi-use trails, located between Kentucky and Barkley Lakes, camping, hunting, fishing, numerous wildlife and wildflower viewing opportunities
1,847 acre WMA, dog training, hunting, pond fishing, rifle, trap, and skeet ranges, 12 miles of horseback riding trails, archery range
2,221 acres, public hunting, 24 miles of trails for hiking, 12 miles of biking & 12 miles of horse trails, gun & archery range, fishing in Otter Creek, camping
45, 732 acres, $15 user permit required to enter the area for any recreational activity, separated into various tracts, some areas contain refuges and are closed seasonally, s...
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