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  • Keno Shooting Range

    Keno Shooting Range is located on Stearns District of the Daniel Boone National Forest. It has a 25-yard pistol range and a 50-yard and 100-yard rifle range. The range is fully accessible with shooting shelters, benches, target holders and safety berms.

    The range is open to the public during daylight hours only. There is a $3 fee per vehicle, which can be paid at the fee station onsite (annual recreation passes are also accepted).

    The range was recently reconstructed. With the new construction, the firing line direction was reoriented by 180 degrees. The reconstruction was made possible primarily with Recreation Enhancement Act funds, recreation use fees, and a grant from the National Wild Turkey Federation. The Pine Knot Corps Center also partnered with the Stearns Ranger District to provide labor during the reconstruction.