Outdoor Archery Range

Step into our archery range, where precision meets tranquility in a welcoming community setting. Positioned at intervals of 10, 20, 30, and 40 yards, our targets cater to archers of all skill levels, offering the perfect backdrop for honing your aim.

Seek shelter from the elements in our covered building, where benches provide a place to rest and connect with fellow enthusiasts. Safety is our priority, with clear rules in place to ensure a secure and enjoyable experience for everyone.

Join us for a session of focused practice or friendly competition, and immerse yourself in the timeless art of archery amidst the serene surroundings of our range. We look forward to sharing the joy of archery with you.


This set of rules provides a comprehensive outline for the safe and responsible use of the archery and airgun pavilion. Here’s a breakdown of each rule and its significance:

  1. Designated Targets for Specific Tips: This rule ensures that the appropriate targets are used for the type of ammunition being fired. Using field tips on hanging archery targets prevents damage to the targets and maintains safety.

  2. Separate Target for Broadheads: Broadheads are specialized tips designed for hunting and can cause significant damage to regular targets. Providing a separate target specifically for broadhead practice ensures the safety of participants and preserves the integrity of the regular targets.

  3. Designation of Range Officer: Having a designated range officer helps maintain order and ensures that safety protocols are followed. This individual is responsible for overseeing activities on the range and can intervene if any unsafe behavior is observed.

  4. Firing Line Requirement: Requiring all shooting to be done from beneath the pavilion and at the firing line helps ensure that shots are directed safely downrange and minimizes the risk of accidents.

  5. Weapon Handling Protocol: Requiring all weapons to be unloaded and properly stored when others are downrange helps prevent accidental discharge and ensures the safety of all participants.

  6. Prohibition of Alcohol and Drugs: This rule is crucial for maintaining a safe environment on the range. Alcohol and drugs can impair judgment and coordination, increasing the risk of accidents. By prohibiting their use, the range promotes responsible behavior and prioritizes safety.

Overall, these rules establish clear guidelines for safe and responsible use of the archery and airgun pavilion, promoting a secure and enjoyable experience for all participants.