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HWY 224 past estacada. 2 Miles past promatory, Take memaloose road. Shoot anywhere you like here.
Wildcat mountian. Drive through Sandy on 26, take right turn at shorty's corner.
Follow signs to wildcat MT. Shoot anywhere you like.
ZigZag and other MT. Hood Areas.
Go down HWY 26, there's SO many places to shoot in the national forest area. Find a place with no homes and sign that say you can't shoot.
Fat McNasty and I have logged a lot of time at the Jackson County Sports Park in White City (near Medford). Well, he's logged in much more time there than me. Cost is 2 bucks. Covered benches at most sites, 100 and 200 yard ranges. Pistol range, archery area and a place to shoot clays. They keep expanding it.
They started implementing range nazis during hunting season at the main rifle range. Only there it seems, and not at the 'secondary' rifle range.
There's suppose to be a nice place in Grants Pass with some distance, but I've never been there.
in klamath falls, there's a rock quarry I always shoot at down at the end of balsam drive. balsam drive connects to the southside bypass (which connects hwy 97 and hwy 39) just past hwy 160 (I think ... the one from kf to white city (and on to medford))
here in corvallis, I just go toward mary's peak (coast range) and shoot.
I shoot at the quarry by Browns Camp off hwy 6 in Tillamook County. About 25 miles from Forest Grove. About 200 yrds. depending on were you stand. Pretty friendly people. Spend alot of time there.
To get to the quarry take a left off hwy 6 at the road maintenance shop. At the T in the road go right toward Brown痴 Camp. Take the first turn off to the right, (it goes down hill over a small bridge at the bottom and back up again.) There stay to the left at the turn off for University Falls. You値l come to another T, take a right. The quarry is on the left side of the road just pass the trees. If people are shooting you値l hear them at the last T.
Jefferson State Shooters Association Range at Klamath Sportsman's Park ($4.00/day, $30.00/year) open generally 7 days a week, 8AM to dusk.
50M handgun and light rifle
12 Stand Sporting Clays (2nd and 4th saturdays may-september)
IDPA, PPC, Bowling Pins, Service Rifle, SASS.
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If you are RVing up in NW Oregon, there is a little town in Columbia County called Vernonia. It is on Hwy. 47, about 15 miles north of Hwy. 26, and about 40 miles NW of Portland as the crow flies. In Vernonia, you will find Anderson Park alongside the Nehalem River. The park has RV space rentals & hookups, and a grocery store two blocks away. You will see a narrow bridge across the river with a sign that says "The Sword Place". That goes to the farm owned by the Sword family, which has owned that property since the late 1800s. They have set up a covered shooting position with a 100 yard target spot that free for whomever wants to use it. So if you are crusing out toward Scapoose or Astoria in your RV, you might want to take Hwy. 47 and stop for the day in Vernonia.
THIS IS FOR THE USE BY THE PEOPLE ASSOCIATED WITH THE NEHALEM VALLEY!
Lolo Pass - About 12 miles up from Hwy 26 on the left. 101 yards. Often messy.
Dollar pit - About 8 miles up Road 16 off of Red hill drive (When gravel ends stay left. Another 1.5 miles on left about 100 yard off road.) 200 yards if your careful.
Neal creek - about 4 miles up Neal creek road off of Hwy 35. Small pit only 75 yards safely.
The dalles pit - First Dalles exit off I-84 heading east. Turn right off frwy and right again at sign. about 1 mile on left. only 75 yards in upper pit. Can get crowded on nice days.
Just thought I would chime in. I am in Eugene. I always go up Upper Camp Creek Road east of Springfield towards the McKenzie. End of the paved lined road has a logging road going up to the right. It goes up onto the ridge/hills that separate the McKenzie River valley and Camp Creek valley. Its a mix of Weyehauser and BLM. Most of it is open to shoot anywhere you please and we have put A LOT of lead up there. Don't go into the Coburg Hills unless you go up near Mt. Tom and the northern most part of the hills because a lot is active Weyerhauser land and there are no shooting signs EVERYWHERE. There are also some good spot south of Eugene out past Crow, west of Creswell. Panther Creek comes to mind. I don't have a lot of experience in the area west of Fern Ridge resevoir but I have shot in the area before, so I know there are some spots. Same goes for southeast towards Oakridge. Though there are some good spots out be Fall Creek resevoir.
For anyone around salem area I found a nice place about 25 min from town just take 22 towards detroit the turn left on the last street before north fork rd. It takes you up on the top of the ridge to state forest a couple of nice places to shoot . About 28 mi from west salem
CARLTON/ YAMHILL area
From carlton follow meadow lake road west to panther creek road , follow panther creek road tovon
road this is right after the road goes from paved to dirt then a small paved area there is a left turn across a new concrete bridge
follow von road up into the hills , you can shoot anywhere but if you turn left a after about 1 mile at the major y intersection then down the hill go about 1/2 mile to y and turn right this dead ends in a flat area there is a pistol burm with several target frames and to the left with road directly behind you as 6 oclock there is 11 oclock a 12 x 5 foot steel pipe at 475 metre's a 12 girder 5 foot tall at 525 yrds at 12:30 at 1 at 375 yards there is a 12x4 foot girder and 2 head plates made from brake discs hanging at 2 at 250 urds another plate then at early 3 there is a 125 yrd 12x4 foot hardened blade against the large stump
there was for many years two 4 foot high by 8 x8 foot railroad tie table i built but some local kids burned it , my easement allow me to build as i please but after hauling 60 ties up for them to burn I have begun another much harder to reach range
I normally go out 224 past Memaloose Bridge, about a mile up on the left to a place they call..."the Dump".
There used to be quite a few members from some of the other forums that used to go shooting up there, but I haven't seen many up there in quite a while.
Other than that, Lolo Pass Road, off of Hwy 26 has some pretty nice spots to go shooting, too. Take the Lolo Pass Road turn off, off of Hwy 26, then up about 7 miles on the left there is a little turn off on the left, up the hill, and about 75 yards clear shooting up against the hill side. There's always some targets left over from others, lots of stumps to put up your own or clays. And the best part, a great view of Mt Hood.
The larger Memaloose Gravel Pit where many OHTF shoots have been held. The pit is actually more like 7.5 miles from 224 and not 6 like as mentioned in the map below.
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