Information on Proposed Shooting Range Near Walnut Canyon, Updated February 2011
In the spring of 2010, the National Park Service was invited to comment on the Arizona Game and Fish Commission plans to build a public shooting range on the former Foster Ranch, approximately 1.5 miles from the boundary of Walnut Canyon National Monument. The following documents and links are intended to provide information about this project.
For information regarding the Arizona Game and Fish shooting range, please click the following:
For articles from the Arizona Daily Sun, click the following links:
NPS/USFS Joint Study, 2010
General Management Plan
This plan signed in 2007, will guide park management for approximately 10-15 years. (pdf, 8650 KB)
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Did You Know?
In 1915 a spur road to what is now Walnut Canyon National Monument was designated part of the National Old Trails Highway, also known as the Ocean-to-Ocean Highway, which stretched for 3,095 miles across the US. Walnut Canyon became a short detour from this major transcontinental route.