|The Las Vegas Field Office offers many opportunities for target shooting and hunting on public lands. While shooting is legal on most public lands, there are no designated shooting areas. Public lands are multiple-use and other people and livestock may be present, so please follow these guidelines when using Las Vegas public shooting areas:
• You must be at least 1,000 feet from roads and houses
While most public lands are available for shooting, there are several exceptions. Shooting is not allowed in the following areas managed by the Las Vegas Field Office:
Within the Las Vegas Valley, shooting is not allowed. The boundaries are:
• North – Apex on I-15 or Lee Canyon on US 95
Please note that drinking alcohol and shooting weapons can be considered an unsafe act. In addition, additional weapons restrictions and definitions apply in Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
If you would like more information on hunting on public lands, please contact the Nevada Division of Wildlife at 702-486-5127 to obtain a permit.
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
Target Shooting and Hunting