Latest News and Information
On this page we attempt to keep you up-to-date on the latest news and information concerning temporary changes in range hours and/or closures, anticipated parking limitations, and upcoming range events such as competitions and courses. Please check back often to keep abreast of this news and information, which also is posted on our Calendar page in the Directory on your left. Thank you for your interest.
Effective 12/1/2010, you can rent a .22 caliber rifle right here at our range. Please go for additional information.
Our Pistol Safety courses are held on two consecutive Saturdays, usually from 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m. On occasion, the course may be held on two consecutive Sundays, or even at other times, subject to participants' needs. Please go for additional information about the course.
For Women Only - Introduction to Light Rifle Shooting course. Please go for additional information about this course. The next course is scheduled for the following three Saturday mornings, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon: October 13, 20, 27, 2012. This course often fills up quickly so please register early to avoid being disappointed.
You can register online for this course by going to the City of Yonkers registration web page
, or in person (please call them first at 914-377-6450 to verify dates and times they are accepting registrations) at the main office of the Yonkers Parks Department (285 Nepperhan Avenue).
Because the Coyne Park Range is located indoors,
the weather generally has no effect on the range’s operating
schedule. However, severe weather conditions (that may make
driving hazardous, for example) could modify that schedule.
Therefore, when adverse weather conditions exist or are
anticipated please call the range to find out if the schedule has
been modified. Information on Parks Department program cancellations also can be obtained by calling the Parks Department hot line at 914-377-6454.
Range closure information also is provided to WFAS
radio, which broadcasts on 1230 AM and .
- Parking in our lot becomes difficult, if not impossible, during
the ‘summer season’ when we are sharing the parking lot with residents
using basketball courts and baseball fields in the immediate area.
However, parking on side streets is virtually always available so please
do not be dissuaded if, on these occasions, you do not get parking in our
Also, when there are activities at the senior center adjoining our lot there is sometimes a spillover of
cars from their parking lot into ours, giving the false impression that we
are so busy that you will have a long wait for a port (we have learned
that some people have turned away as a result). It is rare that
we cannot accommodate you without a need for you to wait and even in such
cases the waiting period is reasonably short. And, while you are waiting
you can sit and relax, read a magazine, enjoy a cold beverage from the vending machine,
or chat with other shooters.