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Clybel Shooting Range

Where: Clybel Wildlife Management Area at Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center (Region 4)

County: Jasper County

Facilities: 100-yard and 50-yard ranges; Shotgun range (skeet, trap and 5-stand)

Hours: Tuesday-Saturday: 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Closed on Sunday and Monday; Closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas

Phone: 770-784-3059 (Charlie Elliott Visitors Center) or 478-825-6354 (Region Office)

Other info/fees: GORP or Qualifying License needed. Shotgun range fees: Range users are required to have a "Wi-card," a plastic card "loaded" with the dollar amount chosen by the user.  The initial Wi-card is $15 and comes with one round (25) of clay targets. Additional rounds may be added to the card for $6.25 per round. The initial card, and any additional rounds added to the card, must be purchased at the Visitors Center.

Directions: From Mansfield: Take Georgia Highway 11 South for 2.5 miles. Turn left onto Marben Farms Road, travel 1.5 miles. Turn left at range sign.


50-YARD RANGE: Due to Family Day at the Range training courses or other events occurring at Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center, the 50-yard shooting range will be closed on the following dates:

  • June 25, 2016 (2:30 - 6 pm)
  • Aug. 20, 2016 (2:30 - 6 pm)
  • Nov. 5, 2016 (12 - 5 pm)

If you have any questions regarding the training courses, please contact Jody Rice at 770-784-3059.

During closures of either range, please note that staff makes all efforts to have alternate areas available for shooting needs. So, during closures for 50-yard range, the 100-yard range will be open (or vice versa).  Additionally, there is the shotgun range and the archery range/trail available for use.

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