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Sun Valley Gun Club is the premier target shooting facility in the Rocky Mountain West. Our shooting professionals and certified instructors provide a full range of services for individuals or groups, from novice to expert shooters.

Professional Staff - Sun Valley's experienced instructors are certified by the National Sporting Clays Association (NSCA).

A Variety of Experiences - We offer trap, five-stand and sporting clays with something to challenge shooters of every level.

Whether you are new to target shooting or experienced, our staff will assist you in all phases of the sport. Group and private instruction is available, as well as private shooting events.

 

  Early/Late Season Peak Season
Trap, Skeet, Sporting Clays or 5 Stand Package: Includes guns, ammo, attendant and targets (25) $55 $62
Trap, Skeet, Sporting Clays or 5 Stand: Targets only (25) $22.50 $31
Private Instruction – 1 Hour - Max 5 per session plus range fees $55 $60
Single Membership $175 $225
Family Membership $250 $300
Young Adult Membership $125 $175
Member Targets    
  25 Rounds of Targets $202.50 $202.50
  Additional packages available for a 10% discount with same day purchase of 25 pack    

 

Early/Late Season – Before June 30, 2018 and after September 2, 2018
Peak Season – June 30, 2018 through September 2, 2018

Prices subject to change.

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* Last squad going out at 4:00 pm through September 30th
 

(208) 622-2111

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Vacation in the mountains By Kitt Doucette  
Where are we going for Spring Break this year? It’s a great question to ask and an even better one to answer.
Sure, there are the traditional options like Hawaii and Mexico, but consider this; 
Do they have days on end of crystal clear, piercing blue, Idaho mountain skies? 
Can you ride corn snow so soft and smooth that it often gets compared to butter? 
What about soak in a hot pool at a historic lodge and sip on a cold local beer with beautiful snow covered peaks all around? 
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