PSC maintains archery ranges at Rattlesnake Canyon and Rancho Las Flores. Membership is not required to use them, but is highly encouraged to support maintenance of the ranges and connect with your fellow sportsmen. Work parties, equipment clinics, coaching, specialized practice sessions, and club shoots are announced in advance to all PSC members. Please see the events calendar for dates, times, and locations. Be sure to follow the Range & Training Instructions (RC and RLF) as well as range signage.

  • Archery Chair: Brad Rawlins

  • Rancho Las Flores Range Captain: Jason Conner

  • Rattlesnake Canyon Range Captain: Brad Rawlins


Fishing aboard Camp Pendleton is managed by the Game Wardens and generally includes the following locations:

  • Case Springs

  • Del Mar Harbor

  • Del Mar Surf Fishing

  • Lake Las Pulgas

  • Lake O’Neill

  • Red Beach

  • San Onofre Beach Surf Fishing

Fishing aboard Camp Pendleton requires a CA license and a base fishing permit. Please visit the Game Wardens website for more information. Boat rental is available at Lake O’Neill – for more information, please visit the MCCS Lake O’Neill website.


In order to hunt aboard Camp Pendleton you must:

  • Be Active Duty, Retired, or DOD

  • Have a current year CA State hunting license

  • Have a current year Camp Pendleton hunting permit

You must check in/out with the game wardens when hunting each time.

Hunting is usually open on most weekends and holidays, however all dates and times are subject to change based upon military training exercises, Fire Danger Rating, or Threat Condition.

For hunter safety class schedules, hunting rules, seasons, and other information, please visit the Game Wardens website.