Welcome to the Camp Fickes Shooting Range
in Bailey, Colorado

Home of the Buffalo Creek Gun Club


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The Range is now open to the general public every Saturday & Sunday through October for a fee - 9AM till 4PM.
No access is allowed by the public from Monday through Friday through the end of October except to compete in scheduled matches.

There will be no public access in November or December
except to compete in scheduled matches.
Click HERE for admission fees.



Also save $15 on 3 yr membership,
$40 on 5 yr membership
and $500 on life membership!

Click HERE for Camp Fickes Weather



The Latest Camp Fickes Range Information
Prior to heading to the range, check the range Schedule of Events to make sure the range you would like to use is available!

RESTRICTIONS:
  • NO FIRES
  • NO STEEL or STEEL-CORE BULLETS
  • NO INCENDIARY AMMO
  • NO EXPLODING TARGETS
  • NO TRACERS

No tree cutting dead OR alive without prior approval from the Camp Fickes President or Camp Fickes Range Manager!!
For BCGC Membership Application, click HERE
Steel Challenge & IDPA Competitions are held at Camp Fickes.
These events are open to the public. Check the Schedule of Events for details and schedules.
A .22 rimfire benchrest match will be held every 2nd Tuesday.
This event is open to the public. Check the Schedule of Events page for details.
There are Range Rules in effect for Camp Fickes. ( click here )
Please take time to go over them prior to heading to the range.
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Last Updated 09/24/2018
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