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The Summit County Shooting Range is located in Colorado between Dillon and Keystone just above the landfill. The street address is:
639 County Rd 66
The elevation of the rifle range firing line is approximately 9,471 feet.
The summer hours (April-October) for the range are:
The winter hours (November-March) for the range are:
Getting to the Range
Using Exit 205 (Silverthorne) from I-70, take US-6 South towards Keystone. About 200 yards before the turn, you will see this sign like this:
Then you will be looking for this sign on the north side of the road (on your left as you are coming from Exit 205). This is where you turn.
Follow the paved, then dirt road up to the scales (about a half-mile). Stay to the right as you drive past the scales. Check this sign to make sure the range is open:
Then continue another half-mile to the parking area below the range.
You can park near the green gate and walk up the stairs:
The first range you come to (on your right) will be the 50 yard Pistol/Rimfire range.
If you have a handicapped placarded vehicle, you may park at the east (far) gate.
Continue on to the Range Rules...