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New clays course in Palm Beach County?
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Author:  Kawliga [ Mon Dec 01, 2014 1:55 pm ]
Post subject:  New clays course in Palm Beach County?

Has anyone heard or know anything about a new place being built? Someone mentioned this to me over the weekend at Quail Creek in Okeechobee. It would be great if true....

Author:  nws0291 [ Mon Aug 17, 2015 10:58 am ]
Post subject:  Re: New clays course in Palm Beach County?

Kawliga wrote:
Has anyone heard or know anything about a new place being built? Someone mentioned this to me over the weekend at Quail Creek in Okeechobee. It would be great if true....


Any updates if you found out? Would be nice if there was something in south palm beach county. Would be a nice middle ground between Markham and Quail Creek. Hopefully it's public too.

Author:  nws0291 [ Sat Aug 29, 2015 5:25 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: New clays course in Palm Beach County?

It sounds like 2016 will have a brand new facility for Palm Beach County. Looks like it my be better than Markham for shotgun sports. Also has a 300yard rifle range planned.

http://myfwc.com/media/2836782/pbcrangeconcept.pdf

Palm Beach County Shooting Park
Palm Beach County
12101 Seminole Pratt Whitney Road
West Palm Beach, FL 33412
Contact
Lynne Hawk
(561) 625-5122
Palm Beach County Shooting Park Site PlanAdobe PDF
Facility Features
3-5-2015 Update - The design and permitting phase of the proposed Palm Beach County Shooting Park is underway. This process is expected to take serval months to complete. Construction is expected to commence spring 2016. The following is a tentative completion schedule for various phases of the facility. Phase descriptions are located on the Palm Beach County Shooting Park Conceptual Plan.
Shooting Ranges and Fields

Phase 1 2016
Phase 2 2016
Phase 3 2017
Support Structures

Phase 1 2017
Phase 2 2017/2018
Phase 3 2018
Phase 4 2018

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