Pan Am Shooting Centre
Pan Am Shooting Centre
Competitors in the shooting disciplines of pistol, rifle and shotgun will set their sights on gold at the Toronto International Trap & Skeet Club in Innisfil, located about an hour north of Toronto. Known as the Pan Am Shooting Centre at Games time, all shooting competitions at the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Games will take place in the new and upgraded ranges of this historic facility, which was founded by local sport enthusiasts in 1970.
During the Games, the venue will host more than 250 athletes who will compete in 15 different events across the three shooting disciplines. In the pistol and rifle competitions, athletes will demonstrate high levels of concentration in order to hit a variety of targets precisely. Athletes competing in the shotgun events will rely on speed and accuracy to hit the clay targets or “pigeons” that are propelled into the air. To sweeten the pot, each event will be a qualifier for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
The Government of Canada has funded a new and permanent combined 25-metre and 50-metre range, a new 10-metre air rifle range and improvements for two of the club’s existing trap and skeet ranges. The investment is an important legacy for the sport in Canada, making it the first facility of its kind for the country’s top athletes in the pistol, rifle and shotgun disciplines.
Competitions at Pan Am Shooting Centre
What You Need To Know
Please be advised that this venue is very loud, and we recommend bringing your own protective hearing devices.
For additional accessible services, please consult the TORONTO 2015 Accessibility Guide at TORONTO2015.org/accessibility.
Parking is available off-site at 3311 Simcoe 89, Cookstown. A shuttle is available to/from the venue.
Accessible parking is available at the venue and spaces must be pre-booked at least 24 hours before your event. To pre-book your space, visit TORONTO2015.org/spectator/accessible-parking or call 1.844.695.4313. The call centre is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Games 2015 Trip Planner is a smart and interactive auto trip planner that will guide you around road closures, banned turns and other traffic measures around venues. This is your best tool to plan your driving journey to the Games.
Walk, Wheel or Cycle
Walk, Wheel of Cycle
The roadway leading up to this venue is not pedestrian friendly. Bicycle parking is not available at this venue.