Just an update, I stopped by Triple C range in Cresson on my way home from the breakfast this morning. First impressions: you have to drive a long way at 15mph down a dirt road ( about 2.5 miles) the drive is through some very beautiful country. I saw a large herd of longhorns, some wild turkeys, bluebonnets, rolling hills, great looking stock tanks, and other scenery. They have a 2000 yard range set inside a natural three sided Swale, a 1000 yard range, a 600 yard range, that has some old cars as targets, a small but we'll stocked pro shop, and pistol bays, where you can draw from a holster and set up multiple targets.
Here is their website: https://www.triplecrange.com
The set ups seem somewhat primitive, and they don't have actual " instructors" on staff. I got the impression, that it was reliant upon big boy rules. I did not actually stop at all of the areas to get an up close and personal impression. The longer ranges, are on the way to the office/pro shop.
They offer no classes themselves, but have associates, that use their range for classes.
Their prices start at $25 per day which only gives you access to the pistol range.
Memberships start at $50 per month, which also only gives you limited access.
The area is some of the best looking country I've seen in a while, the prices, are a little steep, for my tastes, and they don't have ( at least I didn't see any) range supervision at the longer ranges.
Range membership does get you gate access codes, if they are closed, or you get there before they open. Plan on spending at least 30 minutes, just driving to and from the front gate. My visit was short, and I don't want to give a false impression, of the place. I'm not a long range shooter, so I may not be the best person to give a fair review.