Sumac Creek Shooting Range

Area Status: Open
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Sumac Creek shooting range is located in Murray County about 2 miles east Cisco, Ga, and about 15 miles north of Chatsworth.  This range features shooting benches for rifles and handgunds, a covered roof over the benches for weather protection, and a 100-yard shooting area with target intervals marked at 25, 50 and 100 yards.  Visitors must bring their own unbreakable targets (no cans or bottles).

At a Glance

Operational Hours: Closed Tuesdays until noon for clean-up and repairs.
Fees Beginning March 15, 2019,  $5.00/person/day.   Annual Permit is also available for $25.00 per shooter per year, applicable only to the purchaser.
Restrictions: Rifles and handguns only. Alcohol is not permitted on the range, in the parking lot, or on the shooting range access road. Skeet shooting not allowed. No group facilities.
Closest Towns: The closest town is Chatsworth, Georgia, approximately 15 miles to the south.  Chatsworth has numerous restaurants, grocery stores and motels.
Water: None
Restroom: Vault toilet

General Information

Directions:

The Sumac Creek Shooting Range is located in Murray County, GA, approximately 2 miles east of Cisco on the south side of Forest Service Road 103. From Dalton, travel east approximately 16 miles on Highway 52/76 to Chatsworth, GA. Turn north (left) at the intersection of Highway 411 and travel approximately 12 miles to Cisco. Turn east (right) on Old Georgia Highway 2 and travel 1.8 miles. Turn south (right) and proceed 0.2 miles to range.


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