Palmetto Shooting Complex 

The Palmetto Shooting Complex is Closed to the Public Until further Notice.

The Palmetto Shooting Complex is a premier shooting destination in the Southeast. Already, the facility houses two dedicated sporting clays courses, five trap and skeet fields, 3D archery and the 9,300-square-foot Pavilion.

Register/Check In

Click here to register or check in to the Palmetto Shooting Complex using our online form.

    View our Rate Chart below:

    Sporting Clays
    (No ammo, guns
    Non-NWTF Member$0$55$10$20$150%
    NWTF Annual Member$35$50$8$15$1010%
    NWTF Sponsor Member$250$37$6$10$520%
    Corporate Membership$1000$37$6$10$520%
    Youth/Collegiate/Active Military$10$37$6$10$510%

    Additional NWTF member benefits include (Corporate memberships are not eligible for NWTF member benefits.)

    • Discounts to future services and facilities at the Palmetto Shooting Complex at the NWTF
    • 6 issues of Turkey Country magazine
    • Exclusive NWTF Sponsor Member gift and more

    Click here to purchase your NWTF membership today!

    *Corporate Memberships covers two named individuals. Each individual is allowed to bring as many as three guests per visit to the shooting complex. Guests also receive corporate membership discounts.

    Why the Palmetto Shooting Complex at the NWTF is a vital part of the NWTF mission

    There are an estimated 13.7 million hunters in the United States who, through buying licenses, firearms and ammunition, contribute $38.3 billion each year toward conservation and the economy. Pittman-Robertson funds are generated by an excise tax paid on firearms, ammunition, bows and arrows, and this tax revenue is returned to state wildlife agencies to pay for conservation efforts on many game species.

    While the amount generated by hunters alone is staggering and takes on the burden of conservation funding, the more than 20 million recreational shooters in America contribute nearly $10 billion to conservation and economic growth, and without them, the success of conservation efforts would be deeply hampered.

    The echo of each shot fired at the Palmetto Shooting Complex becomes a beckoning call for hunters and shooters to work together for the future of hunting, wildlife and our chosen way of life.