Glenwood Shooting Range Information

A public shooting range owned and operated by the City of Glenwood. Funding for the Glenwood Shooting range development was provided in part through the DNR Game and Fish Fund from a 2015 MN Legislative Appropriation, along with numerous private donations. The range is utilized for education and training by the Glenwood Police Department, Pope County Law Enforcement, Youth Firearms Safety Training programs, and various conceal-and-carry courses.

To access or utilize the Glenwood Shooting Range, a Single One-Day Pass and/or an Annual Pass shall be required.

A Single One-Day Pass is $10 and may be purchased from:

The City of Glenwood, at 100 17th Avenue NW, Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM, or

Pope County Law Enforcement (Dispatch) at the Pope County Courthouse, 130 East Minnesota Avenue, Glenwood, 320-634-5411, Monday - Friday after 4:00 PM, or during the day, Saturday and Sunday.

An Annual Pass is $65 per year, per individual, a Youth Annual Pass is $35.00 per year per individual and may be purchased from the City of Glenwood at 100 17th Avenue NW Glenwood, 320-634-5433, Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM.

Any individual on the premises without a valid Single One-Day or Annual Pass shall be considered unauthorized and trespassing.

 
Shooting Range Hours:  Open 7:30 AM - 8:30 PM or one half hour prior to sunset, whichever occurs first, April 1st to November 30th, weather permitting.  No shooting is allowed after sunset.  The range is closed over winter.

The range is also closed during trap shooting. Spring Trap Club is canceled. Glenwood Trap Club normally has scheduled trap shooting every Tuesday at 4:00 PM mid-April to mid-October and for other scheduled events:

Every Sunday 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM, or until event is finished April 1 - June 15 and September 15 - October 20 for Minnewaska Area High School Trap Team practice.

No youth under 10 years of age shall be allowed on the premises. All youth 10 to 17 years of age, must be under adult supervision at all times. Any individual under the age of 18, must be accompanied by an adult. Only youth with a Firearm Safety Certificate are allowed to shoot, unless registered and participating in a youth firearm safety training program.

Prior to issuance of a Single One-Day Pass and/or an Annual Pass any/all individual(s) utilizing the Glenwood Shooting Range shall have read, know, understand, and agree to abide by all General Rules, Safety Rules and Range Commands; and they shall have signed an Acknowledgement and Hold Harmless Agreement and paid the required fee.

 

Glenwood Shooting Range Restrictions

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Shooting Range Rules and Application

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Application, General Rules, Safety Rules, Range Commands, and Shooting Hours Chart

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