Ranges in Ontario

There are currently three ranges and training areas in Southern Ontario. For more information, please select a facility.

Cedar Springs

Cedar Springs Range and Training Area

Range at Cedar Springs

The Cedar Springs Range and Training Area was established in 1912 and is situated on approximately 134 acres of land southwest of the town of Blenheim near Chatham, Ontario.

Flags and Lights

While the facility is in use, red flags will be raised throughout the range. When the red flags are up, it is particularly important to obey the warning signs and stay off the premises. In low light conditions, red strobes may be used in place of or in addition to red flags. If you see green flags or lights, do not assume that it is safe to enter! Entrance is still prohibited without prior authorization, and firing may resume at any moment.

Watercraft and Beachfront

The Cedar Springs Range and Training Area is bordered to the south by Lake Erie. Warning signs are in place on the beach, and buoys are placed in the water from May to November each year, to indicate the danger area. It is important to avoid this area, both on the beach and in the water, at all times.

Firing Times

We strive to maintain a good relationship with residents who live near the Cedar Springs Range and Training Area. To this end, firing is permitted only between the hours of 08:00AM and 10:00PM.

Burwash

Burwash Range and Training Area

Range at Burwash

The Burwash Range and Training Area was established in 1988 formerly part of the Burwash Prison Site, is situated on approximately 3600 hectares of land , situated on Highway 69 30 Kilometres South of the City of Sudbury Ontario.

Flags and Lights

While the facility is in use, red flags will be raised throughout the range. When the red flags are up, it is particularly important to obey the warning signs and stay off the premises. In low light conditions, red strobes may be used in place of or in addition to red flags. If you see green flags or lights, do not assume that it is safe to enter! Entrance is still prohibited without prior authorization, and firing may resume at any moment.

Winona

Winona Range and Training Area

Range at Winona

The Winona Range and Training Area was established in 1938 and is located approximately 4km west of the town of Grimsby, on the north side of the Queen Elizabeth Way.

Flags and Lights

While the facility is in use, red flags will be raised throughout the range. When the red flags are up, it is particularly important to obey the warning signs and stay off the premises. In low light conditions, red strobes may be used in place of or in addition to red flags. If you see green flags or lights, do not assume that it is safe to enter! Entrance is still prohibited without prior authorization, and firing may resume at any moment.

Watercraft and Beachfront

The Winona Range and Training Area is bordered to the north by Lake Ontario. Warning signs are in place on the beach, and buoys are placed in the water from May to November each year, to indicate the danger area. It is important to avoid this area, both on the beach and in the water, at all times.

Firing Times

We strive to maintain a good relationship with residents who live near the Winona Range and Training Area. To this end, firing is permitted only between the hours of 08:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m.

Contact

Range Control
4th Canadian Division Support Base Petawawa
Operations and Services
RCO CFTA Burwash, Cedar Springs, Winona
P.O.Box 9999, Stn main
Petawawa, ON K8H 2X3

Email:
Douglas.Tabbert@forces.gc.ca

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