The Range is located at Peenaquim Park (49°43' 23.33" N 112°51' 01.58" W). To get to the range from Highway 3 (Crowsnest Trail), turn north on 9th Avenue (Stafford Drive) and keep driving until you leave the residential area. Look for the sign on the left.
If you are planning on using restricted firearms (Handguns and others) at the LFGA Range? When you complete / renew your application for an Authorization to Transport permit you will need the range address.
RANGE ADDRESS - 128 Riverbottom, Peenaquim Park, Part of 12-9-22.
The Lethbridge Fish and Game Association Shooting Range is recognized as one of the finest outdoor shooting ranges in western Canada. It has attracted a variety of individuals and user groups, including shooting clubs, the local police force, government personnel, and Summer Games organizers and participants. It has attracted a fair number of new members to the LFGA.
An aerial photo of our range looking towards the west and the Oldman River.
Looking at it from left to right you will see Range 6 (Shotgun), Ranges 3-5 (.22 & Handgun), Range 2 (Big Bore), and Range 1 (Archery).
The LFG Range is open to all LFGA members from 8:00 AM to 9:00PM (9:00AM Sundays)during daylight hours. Remember, an LFG Range Officer must be present on the range you are using. LFG Range Officers are the only individuals who have entry cards for the gate.
The RANGE SCHEDULE is updated on a regular basis. You may wish to check the schedule to make sure the range you wish to use is available.
Although the range surpasses required safety requirements, the LFGA Executive has a set of Range Safety Protocols to further public safety.
Other documents pertaining to the new methods of operation down at the Range include:
Range Rules, which cover the use of the Range facility.
The Pre-Booking Hazard Assessment, which is a requisite for booking the Range for any activity.
The Range Access Agreement, the agreement for Range Officers to sign in order to be given the "key" for accessing the Range.
The LFG Range Incident Report, a new document prepared at the request of LFG Range Officers.
LFG Range Officer Network:
E-mail Network: For advance bookings, send an e-mail to
and include your name and phone number, the number in your group, the date and time you want to shoot and the type of shooting you want to do (which range). A designated LFG Range Officer will respond by e-mail or phone within 48 hours.
If you are currently a Range Officer, contact Allan about obtaining a range access card. Should you wish to become a Range Officer, please advise Allan or at 320-5860 (home) or 382-3593 (work) and he will get you on the list for the next Range Officer course.
If you have any questions arising from this information, please contact Rick Blakeley 403-308-3541 or
Range Fee Required For Non-Members
LFGA Day Passes are required for non-member users eighteen or over. Supervision by a Range Officer will be required so you should make arrangements with a Range Officer before you purchase your day pass.
To use a Day Pass, you should first arrange for a volunteer Range Officer by sending an e-mail to the Range Officer Network at least 48 hours in advance. In your e-mail, include your contact information and what type of shooting you wish to do. A LFGA Range Officer will contact you.
Day Passes are available at Wholesale Sports (3160 Fairway St S), Marksman Guns and Sports (312-13 St N), Section 8 Sport (3221 - 2 Ave N) and Lethbridge Tactical Supply (622-13 St N).
The cost is $25.00 per day for each range user who is not an LFGA member. This fee is used for insurance, operating expenses and maintenance.
LFGA Range Officers volunteer their time to assist people who wish to access the Range. If you want to become a Range Officer you must first purchase a LFGA membership, select a date from the Range Calendar and then register to take the three hour course with the Range Officer Network at