I pre-apologize for the crappy I-Phone photos. In these pics you can see the unacceptable parking area. In the following photo you can see one of the four areas that I passed that are routinely used for shooting. In this case, two guys were leaving before I snapped the photo. I certainly hope I can not be painted as anti-gun, anti-shooting, or anti-range. I annually donate thousands of $$ personally and through my business to 2nd amendment and shooting cause, I chair an FNRA committee that raised over $26,000 in 2013, and I am on the board of a local gun range. I wish every shooter was a good as Smitty, 68Bronco or myself. If that was the case public lands could be wide open to shooting. Unfortunately most of the public shooting areas look like the one in my photo below and that cannot be allowed to continue. I don't know what it's going to take to educate folks to stop littering and clean up after themselves. I do know that the range at Maud Rd. is going to do nothing to further the cause. Once it's destroyed (and it will be unless an active club adopts it) and the cost that the state wasted on it, the anti-gun range folks are going to hold it up as evidence that we cannot be trusted. This design should have never been approved without simply going online and researching it http://range.nra.org/sourcebook.aspx The wasted money is what pisses me off the most.