Welcome to Colorado Clays Shooting Park
Conveniently located just 30 minutes northeast of Denver, only 6 miles from Denver International Airport, an easy drive from the entire Colorado “Front Range”, Colorado Clays Shooting Park offers the regions most complete shooting range experience.
Situated along a cottonwood creek bottom, overlooking Colorado’s snow covered peaks to the west, Colorado Clays Shooting Park is a shooting experience you’ll not soon forget.
Colorado Clays is open to the public and specializes in accommodating both competitive and recreational shooters of all ages and abilities. Shooting courses and clubhouse are handicap accessible. Shot gun rental and golf carts available.
If you’re looking for a shooting experience that includes the regions widest variety of clay target shooting, including Sporting Clays, Skeet and Trap, or rifle and pistol shooting, come experience the very best shooting in Colorado. Colorado Clays Shooting Range is open to the public and memberships are not required. All staff is CPR/First Aid certified and are NRA Trained Range Safety Officers.
Colorado Clays Shooting Park is also the perfect place to host your corporate outing or bachelor party. Catering and Clubhouse rental is available. The spacious clubhouse allows for plenty of room for corporate groups to enjoy a day away from the office. Camping is available on the grounds, no hook-ups.
Trap and Skeet leagues run throughout the year, please call for more information.
Ammunition, eye, ear protection and gun rental is available on location.
Put a bang in your next event. Our range officers can bring shooting to you! Call for more details.
Instructors available for beginning, intermediate and master shooters. Instruction for beginning Lady and Juniors available, as well. By appointment only.
“A strong body makes the mind strong. As to the species of exercise, I advise the gun. While this gives moderate exercise to the body, it gives boldness, enterprise and independence to the mind. Games played with the ball, and others of that nature, are too violent for the body and stamp no character in the mind. Let your gun therefore be your constant companion of your walks.”
– Thomas Jefferson, letter to Peter Carr, 1785