Heartland Public Shooting Park
Skeet: yes | Trap: yes | 5 Stand: yes | Sporting: yes | FITASC: no | Other: no | Birds: no
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From US Hwy. 281/US Hwy.34 Intersection, turn West/Southwest on Hwy 30 toward Kearney and go 2.6 miles to Husker Highway Bear Right, (West) go 2.5 miles. and thru the green gates on the North side of the road.
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6788 West Husker Highway Grand Island, NE 68802
Wed. and Thurs. and Friday 5:00pm to 10:00pm
Sat. 9:00am to 5:00pm
Sun. 12:00pm to 5:00pm
Number of visits: 2-5 Visits
I recently brought my high school trap team out to Heartland Public Shooting Park in between rounds of the State Trap Meet for a little trap practice, and after the meet for a little five stand action. What a great place! The people were very nice and extremely helpful. The boys had a blast!! I highly recommend this wonderful facility and know our future State Meets will not be complete without a visit. Thank you.
Number of visits: 6-10 Visits
Exceptional facility with a friendly staff. Offers everything a shooter needs in regards to ranges. I visit the skeet, trap and clays ranges on most weekends. Pistol and rifle ranges are top notch as well. I highly recommend a visit to this facility.
Number of visits: More than 10
This is the only park in this part of the country that has a complete shooting facility including sporting clays, skeet, trap, and five stand. It also has 25, 50, 100, 200, 300, and 600 yard shooting ranges and 12 stall for shooting action pistol (Cowboy Action, IDPA syle, and other shooting). It also has RC planes, paintball, and archery ranges available. This is by far the nicest shooting complex I have visited.
Number of visits: Once
Visited club in early May, the day before the Cornhusker High School Trap Shoot. Facility is a real gem. The trap range is excellent with outstanding background and great targets. The rifle range looks like it is still in development but it looks like it will be a first class facility. The club house is very nice. The skeet fields are also first rate. The management is friendly and helpful.
It could use better signage to get to the place. A lot of us missed the turn the first time. Once at the range it was wander around until you found the trap range. Given the first class nature of the rest of the facility I am sure that better signage is in the works.
Number of visits: More than 10
New in 2003, owned by the City of Grand Island, NE and operated jointly by Shooting Park Superintendent and Volunteers. 10 station sporting Clays, 6 Skeet fields, 4 trap fields, all lighted. Available in 2006 late spring will be 25yd to 600 yd. plinking and center fire metalic shooting as well as cowboy action. 7.5 acre lake for retrever trials and kids derby fishing
Activity center for gathering, meetings and hunter safety