Iron County has a variety of parks from a shooting range to Southern Utah’s Premier Motorsports Park for visitors to enjoy in and around Cedar City.
Cedar Trap Club
As one of the many venues used for the Utah Summer Games and with the help of the Iron County Restaurant Tax, the Cedar Trap Club has made several improvements to the range which now includes: 4 Trap Ranges, Pat Trap Throwing Machines, Canterbury Voice Release Systems, Club House, Rest Rooms, and Concrete Walkways throughout the Range. The hours of operation are 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, Saturday & 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm Wednesday (extended summer hours). Appointments for groups of 5 or more shooters can be arranged by calling Harley Thompson at 435-590-8457, and the cost: general public $5 per round, youth $3 per round (Tuesdays 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm), members $4 per round. (one round is 25 clays).
1150 W Kitty Hawk (Behind the Animal Shelter)
Cedar City, Utah
(435) 865-9565 or (435) 592-0772
Cross Hollows Event Center
The Cross Hollow Arenas are a thirty acre facility consists of two arenas; the Outdoor arena (Iron Rangers Arena), Indoor arena (Diamond Z Arena) and a stall barn that houses 125 covered stalls for overnight rental. The facility allows open riding on days when events are not scheduled with a cost of $3.00 per horse per day, or yearly membership of $100. Non-event days are subject to change.
The Cross Hollow Arenas host a variety of events which include equestrian events such as the PRCA Rodeo, Professional Bull Riders, Great American Stampede, Jr. Rodeos, Barrel Racing, Roping, Reining, Team Sorting and Summer Games Equestrian Events. This is a multi-purpose facility that also hosts events such as Archery Shoots, Dog Shows, Tool Sales, Stock Show and Heritage Festival. A concessionaire is available for scheduled events.
11 N Cross Hollows Dr
Cedar City, Utah
(435) 590-3368 | www.cedarcity.org
Open Daylight Hours
Iron County Shooting Range
At the far western edge of the Three Peak Recreation Complex is the Iron County Shooting Range. This is a dedicated target shooting area that features a long and short range. There is also a cowboy action shooting range for organized events (reservation required) Children must be supervised at all times and users are expected to clean up the area after use. The range has trash cans and a restroom.
Any destruction of public property or littering is a criminal offense punishable by fine and /or incarceration. Shooting is not allowed in any other areas of the Three Peaks Complex.
10 miles west of Cedar City off Iron Springs Road
Iron County Outdoor Recreation
(435) 865-5325 | www.ironcounty.net
Three Peaks Modelport – RC Flying Field
Radio control flyers now have access to a new field at the Three Peaks complex. The flying field adheres to AMA (Academy of Model Aeronautics) standards. The field is located in the northern section of the Three Peaks complex, take the road to the east of the Welcome Information Kiosk. The aviation field features a large parking area, a 500′ x 60′ paved runway and restroom facilities.
Travel 1.8 miles and turn right, (North), on the Lund Highway, (3100 West). Travel 5.5 Miles to the intersection of Lund Highway and Midvalley Road, (4800 North). Turn left, (West), on Midvalley Road and travel 2.5 miles to the “Loop Road”. NOTE: Look for the sign that designates the turnoff to the “Iron County Shooting Range”. Turn Right, (North), on the Loop road and travel 1.1 Miles to the turnoff to the flying site access road. Turn Right, (East) and travel .3 miles. That will put you at the entrance to the parking lot of the flying site.
N 37 46.743, W 113 09.560 (37.779042, -113.15933
10 miles northwest of Cedar City