Grand River Wildlife Area
Rated 5 out of 5.0 based on 1 member reviews.
Address: 6686 SR 534
West Farmington, OH 44491
Range Type: Shotgun, Pistol, Rifle
Hours: sunrise to sunset
Days Open: Hours of Operation - Class A Ranges
Hours of operation vary. All ranges are closed on Monday and Tuesday as well as the following dates: Easter, Memorial Day, July 4th, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day. Please contact the following wildlife areas for detailed information. Closed during January and February
Hours of Operation - Class C Range
These Ranges are open free-of-charge. No permit is required to use these ranges, and no range attendant or restroom facilities are provided. Archery ranges are open everyday except during holidays, sunrise to sunset.
Latitude: 41.36854 Longitude: -80.96314
Phone: 330 644-2293
Maximum Distance: yards
Firing Points: 0
Handguns Allowed: Yes
Rifles Allowed: Yes
Range Status: Open
Annual Shooting Range Permit - $24.00: Allows the holder to be admitted to Division of Wildlife Class-A shooting ranges.
1-Day Shooting Range Permit - $5.00: Allows the holder to be admitted to Division of Wildlife Class-A shooting ranges for one day.
The Grand River Wildlife Area is in northeast Ohio, just east of West Farmington. State Route 88 bisects the area in an east-west direction, and State Route 534 borders the area on the west. Trumbull County Roads 217, 213, and 233 run parallel to Route 534 through the area.
All Class A ranges have accessible parking, shooting benches and restroom facilities.
A = Supervised Rifle and Pistol Target Range
C = Unsupervised Clay Target Shotgun Range D = Unsupervised Archery Target Range
Member Reviews For This Range
Submitting member: Richard A
Submitted on: February 25, 2016
Safe and Beautiful Facility
Supervised pistol and rifle range with three separate distances: 25, 50 and 100 yards. Each range has a covered and uncovered area with benches. The rangers are very professional with safety as a primary concern. There is a port-a-potty as well. Great for family shooting.