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Circle S Ranch

1740 Tomales Road [Map]
Petaluma, CA 94952

Outdoors Rifle & Pistol Range West of Petaluma

Charming, unspoiled uncomplicated and uncrowded !

- Ted Schulze in GGUNRAM Newsletter review

(707) 762-4965


Hours and Range Use

Open 7 days a week:

Everyday Except Tue, Wed (Open
to the Public) and major holidays
8 am - 5 pm
Tue, Wed (Maintenance and/or Law
enforcement only)
8 am - 5 pm

Bucolic location and lots of parking!

Best to pull out a map of Marin and follow along with these instructions. First, head on 101 towards Petaluma. Take the East Washington off-ramp in Petaluma, turn left on East Washington and go through Petaluma. When you cross Petaluma Blvd., veer right onto Bodega Avenue and go west. About 7.5 miles out, turn left at Tomales Road, following the "Coast Guard Training Center" signs. About 3 miles out, turn right at Alexander Road (look for the second stand of tall trees on the right). Go for 60 yards and turn left into the parking lot.

Rates

Pay $10 to the rangemaster and you're all set for a great day of shooting.

Facilities

All facilities are outdoors.

Rifle ranges: 100, 200, and 300 yard.

Pistol ranges: 7, 15, and 25 yard

Trap field: available but you'll have to pull your own clays.

Nearby Sights

Culinary Side Note

Our reviewer, Ted Schulze, highly recommends Angels' Cafe in nearby Tomales for some after-shooting grub. It's a cozy little place with awesome homemade meatloaf sandwiches and homemade cinnamon rolls. If you like angels as well as great home cooking, you will flip over the Angels' Cafe.

Military Historical Side Note

Ted absolutely insists that you visit the "Military Antigues and Museum" at 260 Petaluma Blvd, in Petaluma. It bills itself as the West Coast's largest Militaria Shop. You want books, hats, helments, uniforms, non-functioning bazookas and submachine guns, and medals? It's there. It's open 7 days a week and admission is free. The web address is www.sonic.net/~warstuff

This information was extracted from a full page review of Circle S Ranch written by Ted Schulze and published in the May 1997 G.G.U.N.R.A.M. newsletter.

Note: This information is subject to change without notice. This information is posted as a courtesy to GGUNRAMC members who frequent this range(s) and does not represent an endorsement by GGUNRAMC or any other organization. Information correct as of Jan 2015

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