Constructed at its current location on South Tom Beall Road in 1999, Range Safety Officers oversee six benches for shooting rifles or pistols out to 100 yards plus 18 more benches with a maximum range of 550 yards/500 meters, all handicap accessible.
Also featured are an automatic clay pigeon trap range for shotgun practice and a metallic pop-up target system for silhouette shooting.
President: Zach Battles
1st VP: Alan Baker
2nd VP: Mike Butler
Secretary: Marv Dugger
Treasurer: Marc Gomez
Bookkeeper: Kevin Spradlin
Parliamentarian: Alan Baker
RO Coordinator: Tony Love
Public Relation Officer: Rick Brigham
BOARD MEMBERS (Update Pending)
Mike Lorenz 1st term expires Dec 2018
Dalton Lombard 1st term expires Dec 2018
Dan Brandolino 1st term expires Dec 2018 (elected interim)
Tony Love 2nd term expires Dec. 2019
Mike Butler 2nd term expires Dec. 2019
Mark Moeckli 1st term expires Dec. 2019
Marc Gomez 1st term expires Dec 2020
Zach Battles 1st term expires Dec 2020
Marv Dugger 1st term expires Dec 2020
Fees and Membership
CLUB ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP: $60
Membership includes Spouse and Family (youth under 18).
Covers all range access fees – no daily fees for members!
Members also receive club e-mail newsletters with current range information and meeting minutes.
Member Daily Range Fee: FREE
Non-Member Daily Range Fee: $15
Shotgun Trap Machine (inc. 25 birds): $4
Metallic Silhouette Pop-up Targets: $4
Labradar Chronograph Rental: $4
The Range Also Has an Assortment of Paper Targets for Sale.
Only Cash and Checks can be accepted at the range at this time. Memberships may be purchased by credit card here.
LEWIS-CLARK WILDLIFE CLUB
P.O. BOX 146
LEWISTON, IDAHO 83501
Location and Directions
The Lewis-Clark Wildlife Club Range is located 15 miles SE of Lewiston on South Tom Beall Road.
HIGHWAY 95: From 1/2 mile North of Lapwai, follow the signs on South Tom Beall Road. The pavement turns to gravel at the 1.1 mile fork. Stay to the right. The range is on your left 4.3 miles from Highway 95.
HIGHWAY 12: From 1/2 mile East of Myrtle, follow Cottonwood Creek Road 6.0 miles to South Tom Beall Road. At 6.5 miles the pavement turns to gravel. The range is on your right at 9.3 miles from Highway 12.