Indoor Range

Experienced Adult Archers Only

Please see the FAQ page for explanations about the above requirements.

The Ohlone Archery Indoor Range is heated and air conditioned for year-round enjoyment. There are 14 lanes with target butts set up at distances from 10-20 yards. COMPOUND ARCHERS: because of the target butts I use the maximum draw weight is 50 LBS, “fat shafts” are not allowed, and I only offer single spot targets.

The indoor range is an adults only facility. Minors are only allowed to shoot in the range during our Saturday morning Youth Program, or under the direct supervision of a certified and insured instructor. See the FAQ page for additional details.

“Experienced Only” means you have taken MY Saturday morning Explore Archery beginner class within the last 2-3 weeks, or otherwise already have enough recent and active experience to shoot safely and with enough control to not repeatedly miss the target butt from your chosen distance (as close as 10 yards).

Drop-in Open Shooting is available Wednesday through Sunday.

Shooting and Lesson Fees

I can not give lessons during normal business hours (see FAQ page), but there are coaches & certified instructors who offer semi-private lessons during normal business hours. Click HERE for more information.

Here are the Range Rules:

Range Safety Rules

Here is The Range Etiquette:

Range Etiquette

Here is the Waiver & Release of Liability Form:

Participant Waiver 2017

Here is information about Accessibility:

Accessibility

Score Keeping

Ohlone Archery offers the opportunity to compete through our “Perpetual League” program. This is a “level playing field” 300 Round program that does not stratify by gender or age. All scoring is done on a standard 40 CM Indoor Field Target. You can compete and score from 10, 15, and 20 yards in a blended barebow division. The 40 CM Standard FITA targets are up every Saturday for our USA Archery JOAD Program and USA Archery Adult Achievement Program. A “Leader Board” is maintained year-round and “Shop Record” holders are recognized at the end of each calendar year.