Archery Division


The Archery Area has been redesigned to encourage all types of shooters from Novice to Expert. We encourage you and your entire family come and experience the available ranges. Whether you are a hunter, a competitive 3D shooter, a long-time target shooter, recreational shooter, or a new to the sport the Archery Division has a range for you.

Range 1: Novice or beginner area, 6 short range (10-15yd targets)

Range 2: General Purpose area, including 4 shooting bays that vary from Long-Range shooting at 50-80yd targets, 12 Mid-range (20-40yd targets), 3 Mid-range Broadhead/Crossbow targets (20-40yds), and a unique tower platform providing a tree stand style environment.

Range 3: 3D Practice Area including 20 various types of 3D targets at shooting distances from 10-35 yds.

Range 4: 3D, 11 lane walk -out area with a variety of targets standing at distances from 15-50 yds.

Equipment needed:

Shoot what you have (Traditional, Compound, Cross), as we welcome all types, styles, and levels of shooters. Bring your bow along with your field point arrows to be used on bag/3D targets. Also, we welcome your broadhead arrows to be used with our dedicated broadhead targets.

Archery Safety:

Safety is our primary concern as we have taken steps to provide a safe shooting environment but always look to our shooters to demonstrate care when shooting. We ask that you make sure of your target as to what you are shooting and to know what is behind the target. Pay extra attention to signage, bow hooks, bench rests for bows, and if needed “call-outs” to ensure no one is still down range. Make sure that all children are behind the current shooters and are minding the rules and regulations.

Be courteous to other shooters by not talking while members of our group are of the shooting line.


The Archery Division will be providing events for members and the public at certain times during the year. A calendar event will be promoted via an email blast and the club calendar.

Note: The Archery Division does not provide equipment, repair work, or instruction but can make recommendations on how these services are provided.

Questions?  General Questions, email

Division Contacts:

  Brad Pikula

  Phone: 612-799-3281


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  Rob York 

  phone: 405-370-7203