Who Are We

aerial view of Weld County Fish and Wildlife

About Weld County Fish & Wildlife / High Plains Shooting Range

This organization of sportsmen and sportswomen was founded as a non-profit conservation club over 50 years ago. The association is still heavily involved in conservation issues, but has expanded its involvement into education and promotion of the shooting sports. The association owns a 123 acre range facility eight miles east and one mile south of Ault, Colorado.


 

Our Facilities

  • Club House
  • Classroom
  • Heated restrooms and showers
  • Heated "stats-shack" for events
  • 12 Rifle / Pistol Ranges from 7 yards to 200 Meters
  • 2 Skeet Fields
  • 3 Trap Fields
  • 10 Station Sporting Clays
  • Archery Range
  • RV Hook-ups for events

Organized Activities Include

  • USPSA
  • Steel Challenge
  • ICORE
  • Archery
  • Bench Rest Rifle
  • Black Powder
  • High Power Rifle
  • 3 Gun
  • Trap
  • Skeet
  • Sporting Clays
  • Junior Shooting programs
  • Hand Gun / CCW Safety Classes