Peace Country Fish & Game Association

About PCFGA

Welcome to the Peace Country Fish & Game Association website. Here you will find all you need to know in order to contact, join, or participate in events and activities at the PCFGA range.  We can also be found on facebook.  Look up the PCFGA on facebook!

Contact Information:

Peace Country Fish & Game Association
Box 6147
Peace River, Alberta
T8S 1S1

For all other information and inquiries, please email us here to contact a member of the PCFGA executive.

For inquiries regarding the website, please email the webmaster.

Bookings:

To book the PCFGA facilities and range for a group activity or for educational purposes, please contact us at a monthly meeting or contact the club president.

Range Rules:

To download a copy of the PCFGA rules click here.

Facilities:

The PCFGA features a 500m rifle range, with backstops at 400, 300, 200, 150, and 100m. Other facilities include a shotgun range with 2 clay pigeon launchers and a small arms/pistol range. The pistol range has been recently upgraded with a higher backstop and earthwork berms on either side to permit use for tactical pistol practice. The PCFGA clubhouse is located at the range, and was built with grant money from the 2004 Alberta Winter Games. Below is an aerial image of the range as seen via Google Maps. Hold your mouse over the facilities pictured for a short description and to be shown their location.

Directions to the Range.

From Peace River – Option 1
Turn north (right) at TWP road 224 one mile east of the airport. Travel three miles north, turn left at the stop sign on Stewart (TWP road 842), one mile west, cross the railroad tracks, then turn north on Range road 225. The range entrance is 1.2 miles north on the left hand side of the road.

From Peace River – Option 2
Go north from the lights on highway 2 and Weberville road three miles to Stewart road (TWP road 842), turn west, turn north just past the railroad tracks, then turn north. The range entrance is 1.2 miles north on the left hand (west) side of the road.

From Grimshaw
Travel three miles north of the junction of highway 2 and 2A. Turn right on TWP road 842 (east), go one mile, then turn left (north). The range entrance is 1.2 miles north on the left hand side of the road.