State Shooting Ranges
The Alaska Department of Fish & Game operates three shooting ranges, each offering a variety of opportunities to the public. They are located in Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Juneau.
Anchorage – Rabbit Creek Shooting Park
The Hunter Information and Training (HIT) Program operates the Rabbit Creek Shooting Park in Anchorage. Rabbit Creek range provides hunters and recreational shooters with ranges for rifle, handgun, .22 rimfire, archery, and non-toxic shotgun clay target shooting.
Fairbanks – Fairbanks Indoor Shooting Range and Hunter Education Facility
The Alaska Department of Fish & Game Fairbanks Hunter Education Indoor Shooting Range features a 50-ft, 10-lane, indoor live-fire range and classroom space and is used for hunter education and training, firearms instruction, marksmanship training and qualification, competitive shooting events, youth shooting sports, public recreational shooting hours, and more. The range, which opened to the public in 2000, is a first-class educational and recreational facility for Fairbanks and surrounding communities.
Juneau – Juneau Hunter Education Facility and Indoor Shooting Range
The Alaska Department of Fish & Game Juneau Hunter Education Shooting Complex (JHESC) is now open to the public. The priority use of the facility is for hunter education and firearms training. Our public shooting program and marksmanship program are maintained to the extent possible. The range is a first-class educational and recreational facility for Juneau and surrounding communities. It is located at 5670 Montana Creek Road (adjacent to the Juneau Gun Club).