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Yes, we plan to offer various courses specific to the firearms industry. For more information, please sign up for our newsletter.
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Two Rivers Gun Range is located in extreme southwest Camden County on Georgia Highway 110, approximately one mile north of the intersection with Georgia Highway 40. Although our address is listed as Folkston, we are located in Camden County.
Address:1006 GA Highway 110Folkston, GA 31537
Individual Memberships are available for purchase in-person at the Range Office during business hours.
$300 - one-time payment$30/month - 12 monthly payments$10 - daily fee per guest of members
Daily Non-Member Rates
$20 - per person
Ages 16 and Under
Visit the Memberships page for more information.
Two Rivers Gun Range is open six days a week. The range is closed on Monday.
HoursTuesday - Saturday9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Sunday1:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Due to early sunsets, Two Rivers Gun Range will temporarily close at 5:30 p.m. until further notice. This is for the safety of our staff and visitors. Once the sun begins setting later, we will resume our 6:00 p.m. closures.
Yes, Two Rivers Gun Range offers a 10% off discount on merchandise for members.
Additionally, there is a 10% off discount on guest passes for members in specified groups.
No, Two Rivers Gun Range does not require membership in any other organization to join.
Yes, we sell ammunition through our collaboration with Norma Ammo. Visit us at the range during business hours to learn more.
Please note that we will offer these items as a convenience for users of Two Rivers Gun Range and our prices will be higher than local businesses. It is not our desire to compete with local businesses.
Yes, Two Rivers Gun Range offers a 10% off discount on guest passes for members and a 10% off discount for day passes for non-members for specified groups.
Not at this time, however, we are looking into the possibility of doing so in the future.
***Only pistol calibers are allowed on the Pistol Range. The Rifle Range can take up to a .338 Lapua round. No steel core ammunition is allowed on the pistol range.
We do not currently have specific facilities for shotguns; however, we intend to build something for this soon. We plan to hold specific events just for shotguns from time to time. For more information, please sign up for our newsletter.
Shotguns are permitted on the Pistol Range for Patterning Only. This includes bird shot and slugs of specific gauges. Please see our prohibited caliber list for additional information.
Shotguns are not permitted for use on our Rifle Range.
Yes, we have the capability of offering the Steel Target Challenge and have two of these challenges setup at all times on the Pistol Range. All range users must begin from the low ready position.
Yes, you can bring your own ammo. The range, due to our configuration, provides all targets. If you would like to shoot at paper targets instead of steel, please ask an RSO for assistance. We have paper targets for sale in the main office.
Hearing and eye protection are required at all times while within the canopy of each range. Closed-toed shoes/boots are required as we are an outdoor facility. We recommend that you do not wear low cut shirts to avoid being burned by spent brass casings.
Yes, we are a family focused environment; however, an adult must supervise every child 17 and younger at all times.
Children can shoot with no age limit as long as they are supervised by an adult at all times. We reserve the right to judge the situation based on each case.
No, we operate on a first-come, first-served basis; however, if we are very busy, range members are given priority for lane use.
We have a list of range rules that we use to ensure YOUR and OUR safety. You may view these rules online.
Yes, please ensure you also have appropriate documentation for all Class III items. We do not allow full auto class weapons or binary triggers.