The Durland Rifle Range is unavailable until Further Notice.

We apologize for any inconvenience.




The Durland Scout Reservation is committed to promoting the proper training and instruction for recreational gun and archery shooting in accordance with the Boy Scouts of America shooting sports program.

Arms, Ammunition and Targets

At this time only Durland Scout Reservation supplied firearms are allowed on the range. Only .22 caliber ammunition supplied by Durland Scout Reservation is allowed.

All target material must comply fully with the standards established by the BSA Shooting Sports Manual. The uses of explosive targets are prohibited.

Hours of Operation

The range is available for booking on weekends only.

Each Saturday will have 4 periods of live fire available-

Mornings from 9 AM to 11 AM, and 11 AM to 1 PM

Afternoons from 1 PM to 3 PM, and 3 PM to 5 PM

Qualified Supervision

Council ranges will be under the supervision of a range safety officer approved by the shooting sports committee, 21 years of age or older, holding a current NRA range safety officer certification. There must also be one or more NRA instructor(s) certified for that firearm, 21 years of age or older, holding a current NRA instructor certification. 

NRA certified RSOs and Instructors are also required to be approved on the Durland Range by participating in a 30 minute instructional orientation on the range to learn opening and closing procedures.  

All range safety officers and NRA-certified firearm instructors must have a copy of their certification(s) on file with the NRA training team/shooting sports committee as well as on their person while operating the range.

For every session that qualified instructors open exclusively for their own unit, they must open one day (4 sessions) to the camp or one council/district event or equivalent. 

Out of council units may bring their own NRA qualified RSO and Instructor, but must take the range orientation course previous to their session or request a qualified WPC officer to be present. 

Scouts must have a Permission to Shoot form filled out by their parent/guardian in order to participate.


Fees for Durland Rifle Range are $50 per 2 hour session with 250 .22 caliber rounds. Additional bricks of 250 rounds are $20 and payable at the time of range use or before. 

Fees are non-refundable for cancellation unless camp is closed.

For use of the Durland Rifle Range for a district or council event, please contact the Shooting Sports Director.


Reserving the Range

Units can only reserve the Durland Rifle Range prior to a session at the council office by completing the Range Reservation Form and making your payment to the Camping Secretary. Reservations are NOT accepted at camp by the Campmaster or ranger. Qualified NRA RSOs and Instructors must have their certifications on file at the council office, including the Durland Range Orientation Course.

Approved reservations may be extended by the Campmaster or Ranger if the session is not booked and upon payment of appropriate fees.

Units may request  approved volunteers to run the range if available. Requests must be made at least 2 weeks before event. Event may not take place if qualified supervision is not in place.

Only confirmed reservations from the Camping Secretary 914-449-2612 will be honored.

The BB Gun Range may be reserved by qualified troops only, and is otherwise and for Cub Scout use only during District/Council run events. Please see the BB Gun Range Reservation Form for necessary qualifications and to reserve.

Violation of any range safety rules will result in revocation of Durland Range shooting privileges.