Adults Only Experienced 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 – it’s always “Indoor Season” at Ohlone Archery! There are 14 comfortably wide lanes with target butts set up at distances from 10-20 yards.
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 our 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 skill 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, and prime time weekday evening lane reservations are available Wednesday and Thursday nights. Click HERE to see the lessons and lane reservation schedule.
Here are the Range Rules:
Here is The Range Etiquette:
Here is the Waiver & Release of Liability Form:
Here is information about Accessibility:
Ohlone Archery offers the opportunity to set goals, track your progress, and earn achievement awards 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 FITA target from 10 yards or 20 yards. The 10 Yard League has monthly winners in most NFAA equipment categories, and the 20 Yard League offers USA Archery Adult Achievement Program achievement awards! Ohlone Archery is THE only shop/club to offer a “Shelf” category (from both distances) for archers who choose to competitively shoot “off the shelf” – I am trying to keep this skill relevant and alive! 10 yard and 20 yard “Shop Record’ trophies are awarded at the end of each year for those who set a new shop record during the calendar year in each equipment class for both distances.