Members - The Sidney Shooting Park is open to Members for use 24/7.  Members are required to take a 30-minute range training class in order to get the combinations to the gate and the trap houses.  Training classes are available on Tuesday nights during Trap League hours or by appointment.

Non-Members - The Park is open to the public Tuesday evenings while the Park is open for Trap League (5:30pm-Dusk).  Non-members may also come out and use the Park any time when accompanied by a Member.  


Clay Target Fees

(for practice rounds of Trap/Skeet):

  • Member Cost - $5.00 per Round (25 targets)

  • Non-Member Cost - $6.00 per Round (25 targets)

Trap League Fees:

  • $12 per season League Fee (waived for members) and

  • $12 per night for adults ($8 High School and younger) Target Fee for 2 rounds and league prizes.

Archery Range Fee:

  • Non-Member Cost - $5.00 per usage

  • All Members may access and use the Archery Range as a benefit to their membership.





The Sidney Shooting Park is located in the Sidney Wilderness Area one mile north of Illinois Street (Hwy. 30) on Greenwood Road.

Click here for a printable map

GPS location:

  • Gate/Entrance: N41.16049, W102.95451

  • Clubhouse : N41.16434, W102.96242


History of the Sidney Shooting Park

The Sidney Shooting Park was established early in 2005 as a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the establishment of a shooting sports facility near Sidney, Nebraska, and the promotion of shooting sports in the greater southwest Panhandle area. Following approval by the Sidney City Council to lease SSP land north of the city landfill, work immediately began on a sporting clays range, and the first sanctioned sporting clays shoot was held on April 30, 2005. Shortly thereafter a 10-week sporting clays league was arranged and shoots were held once or twice weekly during the summer.

5 trap fields were built in late 2005.  The 5 trap fields include fully-automatic Pat Traps (including 2 wobble traps that oscillate both horizontally and vertically) and three standard trap machines. This makes the Sidney Shooting Park the finest facility for trap in the Panhandle of Nebraska.  Our fields face to the Northeast so the sun is always in the optimal location.

The archery range opened in August of 2005 and has seven firing points spread over distances ranging from 10 to 60 yards.  Our facility includes the ability to shoot at 3-D targets as well as blocks and bags.

A skeet field was added in 2014 that is now operational for the enjoyment of our members and guests.

Future plans include the addition of a rifle range and pistol range.  These venues are currently in the planning and fund-raising stages. 


The Sidney Shooting Park is supported by a Board of Directors and numerous volunteers that have donated time, money and resources to bring this facility to the Western Panhandle Community.

Thanks to all of our many supporting businesses and individuals in the Sidney area.



Click here to view the Sidney Shooting Park By-Laws

(These By-Laws have been revised and approved by the Board of Directors on 1-26-2017.  These will be adopted by a majority vote of the Members at the next annual meeting.)


Non-Profit Status

The Sidney Shooting Park is a not-for-profit corporation with an IRS designation of 501(c)7.

Business Meetings

The Sidney Shooting Park has a monthly business meeting on the 2nd Monday of each month at 6:00 pm.  This meeting is held at the Club House at the Sidney Shooting Park.  Members and the public are invited.  


Board Members

President - Brad Zalesky
Vice President - Carla Lutz
Secretary - Bernie Fehringer
Treasurer - Jeff Ellwanger

Members At Large:

  • Mike Schneider

  • Janet Lienemann

  • David Orten

  • Dave Phelps

  • Thomas Mitchell

  • Chris Buchholz

  • Jason Juracek

  • Kevin Namuth