Clay Target Center
- General Information
- 12 competition level skeet fields, 6 overlaid with competition level trap fields
- Voice release system for trap
- Lighted range
- Pro shop and snack bar
- 28 partial service RV sites
- Shower house with coin operated washers and dryers
- Covered pavilion with sound system
- 4 gazebos with grills
- Basic shotgun instruction available upon request
- Reservations accepted for shooting events, unit functions, RV sites, etc.
Annual Family Memberships:
- Military: $60
- Civilian: $90
1 Round (25 targets) Skeet/Trap:
- Member: $5
- Member’s Guest (2 per visit): $7
- Non-member: $8
1 Round (25 targets) 5-Stand:
- Member: $7
- Member's Guest: $9
- Non-member: $10
Group Rates - 1 Round (25 targets):
- 11-20 Shooters: $7
- 21+ Shooters: $5
- Members: $10
- Non-members: $20
- League 1 Round (25 targets) Skeet/Trap (2 per weekend): $5
Shotgun Rental (12g, 20g or 28g): $5 daily fee
Shotgun Ammunition (25 count):
- 12g: $9.50
- 20g: $9.50
- 28g: $12.50
Hearing Protection: $1
Pavilion Rental: $50
Vendor Site: $30 per day
RV Site: $20 per night
- Age Requirements
- Must be at least 8 years of age to shoot.
- Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult 21 years of age or older.
- Ammunition Requirement
7 ½, 8 or 9 lead shot size only.
- Unit Functions Available
- Gazebos equipped with BBQ
- Pavilion equipped with sound system
- Frequently Asked Questions
Do shotguns need to be registered on Fort Bragg to shoot them at the Clay Target Center?
Shotguns do not need to be registered on Fort Bragg to shoot at our facility. No firearms other than shotguns are allowed on the premises.
What is the minimum age to shoot at the Fort Bragg Clay Target Center?
Shooters must be at least 8 years of age. Children under the age of 8 are not allowed on the fields. Children/youth under the age of 18 must be signed-in, accompanied and supervised by a parent or guardian, 21 years or older, at all times (on and off the fields).
Are rental shotguns available and what is the dress code?
12 Gauge, 20 gauge and 28 gauge rental shotguns are available. Only one rental shotgun is permitted per field. Ear and eye protection are mandatory. Closed toed shoes are recommended.
Why is the shot size regulated?
Shot size is restricted to sizes 7.5, 8 and 9. These sizes have been deemed safe to prevent rounds from traveling beyond the skeet and trap fields.
Do you offer instructions on the basics of skeet and/or trap shooting?
Instructions on basics of skeet/trap shooting are offered. Reservations are recommended and an instruction fee will be charged in 15 min. increments.
Is it possible to schedule a shooting event outside regular scheduled opening hours?
Groups may schedule an event during non-operating days for 20 or more participants. An additional charge will be added to units requesting to use the pavilion.
Is the Fort Bragg Clay Target Center open to the public?
How long can I stay at the RV park and what type of sites are available?
IAW AR 215-1, homesteading is strictly prohibited. Stays up to 60 days from April to September and 90 days from October to March are authorized. All RV sites are partial service sites, 30/50 amp electrical and water hook-ups. A dump station is located on site, free of charge for registered campers.
Are dogs allowed at the Fort Bragg Clay Target Center?
Dogs are allowed on the premises but must be leashed at all times. Owners must clean up after their pets.
Hours of Operation
|Friday||10 a.m. - 6 p.m.|
|Saturday||10 a.m. - 6 p.m.|
|Sunday||10 a.m. - 6 p.m.|