Silver Dollar is about 30-40 minutes N of Tampa area. Be sure to go to Rusty Bellies Waterfront Tavern, Tarpon Springs, for some great seafood while you are there,
Good Target shotgun stores are few and far between over here as well. So plan on doing some driving if you are looking for a particular brand or model. Since you have not told us what your looking for. We are just guessing at places for you to go. I have not been in Mikes store is some time. I expect his selection is limited. Coles is a huge store and you can walk out with many different types of fine shotguns. On the other hand you can use the internet and go shopping. You can find whatever brand and make shotgun you want. Then have Mike at the Silver Dollar handle the FFL end of the deal and have the shotgun shipped to him. Now you have access to all 50 states with very reasonable shipping charges and FFL transfer fee's. You can even check out most of Coles shotguns on the internet as well. This will save you lots of driving around. Even more importantly it can save you valuable time while your here. Now you can spend more time turning clay targets into dust. Good Luck and Don't forget to break em all jeffAlso any information on good gun stores in the area would be super helpful.
Thanks. I just learned about Fishhawk thru this thread. It’s close to my future in-laws so I was thinking about checking it out. I don’t mind walking to get in some exercise but he’s almost 80 so that’s a different story. I usually walk at Tenoroc but use a cart at Tampa Bay. I just converted a jogging stroller into a gun cart so that would make walking a bit easier but I like my soon to be father-in-law so I’m not looking to kill him (or get in the dog house with my better half).Fish Hawk has a lot of carts, they also have multiple courses. We usually shoot a course that is certainly walkable, the tournament course is quite a ways away, it might be closer if you walked it in the reverse direction.
Your age and the temperature might also be a factor, but they usually have plenty of cold water on the course.