Safety! Safety! Safety!
Sorry, but we can't say it enough. Our members have worked very hard
to provide a Safe, Clean and Enjoyable environment for our sport. Please
read over our Rules and Safety page
before you visit the range for the first time. We have alot of
young archers on the range. It is up to us to set an example for
the future of the our sport.
Do we loan equipment?
Sorry, No. The club does not loan equipment to individuals. We do
host various events for the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts where we provide basic equipment and instruction, but as a rule,
you need to have your own equipment. You should consult your local archery
shop. They are best suited to properly fit you for a bow and equipment.
It is very important that you be properly fitted. Many people get into
archery with the wrong equipment and fail to learn and enjoy the sport.
Don't go to the Big Box Stores unless you
know what you want. If you are a beginner, visit your local archery
pro shop and spend some time with them. They want you to be happy and will
do their best to make sure you are properly fitted. Arrow length
and type are also very important. Safety First!
What about instruction?
Beginners Archery Class
1-hour classes is offered (usually on Saturday morning). Time and dates differ to accommodate our Instructor's schedule. Archery equipment will be provided. Limited spots available. Please pre-register 1 week before the intended date of attendance.
OBJFA (Junior Field Archery)
The JFA is an Introduction to Field Archery program for our Youth Archers to teach them how to properly shoot and score an field round according to NFAA rules.
Most archery pro shops offer some form of by-the-hour instruction.
We Highly recomend that you take a few lession
to familiarize yourself with your new equipment before you come out
to the range. Even if you are an experienced archer, this will
save you a lot of time and frustration when you are just starting off
with a new bow. They will also teach you how to safely use your
equipment. Ask lots of questions. Let them know what type of shooting
you are interested in and they will be happy to show you your options.
See the list below for some of the different types of shooting.
Still have some questions...Next time you are down at the range,
ask someone. There is a wealth of knowlage standing at the practice
butts and walking those paths. Someone will be glad to give you