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Lee Kay Public Shooting Range sign

Limited availability:

Some venues may have limited availability. Please contact us at 801-972-1326 for more information.

Map of the recommended access route to Lee Kay Public Shooting Range, via the north frontage road off 7200 West.

Map of recommended detour (click to enlarge).

Frontage road closure:

The Canyon River pipeline project has closed the 1730 South frontage road at 5600 West. Access to the Lee Kay Public Shooting Range will be via the north frontage road off 7200 West.

Please do not drive through or around any of the construction barricades. The barricades are there for safety—yours and that of the construction workers.

The closure is expected to be in effect until mid-June.

Dog training area closure

The Wasatch Hunt Retriever Club is holding American Kennel Club trials in the dog training area Friday, May 27 through Monday, May 30. The entire area will be closed to public training during this time, and will reopen Tuesday, May 31.

Lee Kay conservation area access

Map of conservation and dog training area near Lee Kay Public Shooting Range

Conservation and field dog training area. (Click to enlarge.)

The wildlife conservation and field dog training area northwest of the Lee Kay Public Shooting Range contains approximately 934 acres for public use, including dog training, exercise and bird-watching. It is, in fact, the largest publicly-accessible area for dog training in Utah. Over 221 bird species have been identified in the area, including 18 rare bird species.

If you would like to use the conservation/training area, please fill out and submit the application below.

What to expect once you've submitted the application:

  • We will contact you to request a $10 access fee, which is valid for 365 days from the date of purchase.
  • Once we receive your payment, we will process your application and create a user account for you on the Master Lock Vault Enterprise app. (Download the app for free.)
  • To access the conservation area, go to the entry gate and open the app on your mobile device. Please do not pull on the padlock at the gate before you follow these steps: Press the center button on the padlock, then tap the blue key icon in the app. Once the padlock clicks and the center button changes color, the padlock can be opened.
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