Archery Chair: Ryan Callies -

We maintain an open friendly atmosphere with distances and shots to accommodate beginners and experts!  

The NCRGC has multiple ways for members and the public to enjoy the archery discipline and hone their skills. Members can utilize our outdoor range with hanging targets at 10yd interval up to 50yds along with our elk silhouette. Field points only unless broadhead targets are provided or brought along! 

Keep an eye on the calendar for public open range time in early spring and fall to help hone skills and provide shooters with broadhead targets. 

3D Archery Events-Public Welcome starting May 11th 2024! 

What is 3d archery 

The club is excited to bring back 3D archery in May 2024 for both members and the public! Our 3D archery course will utilize the hillside past the lower tactical bays including a warm-up area in bay 5. 

While the design will evolve our goal is to create realistic and interesting shots utilizing the natural environment in a continuous trail layout. Our spring course will utilize 12 shots over 4-5 stations including distances for traditional and compound shooters. As the season progresses we will increase distances and difficulty to hone hunting skills and challenge expert shooters (50+yds, obstructed views, downhill, ect). 

For more information, email 

  • $5 for members
  • $10 for non-member (up to 3 "loops" or $15 for whole event)
  • After arriving at club and parking in the lower area please proceed downrange to the north end of the range past tactical bays 
    ○ Park near the pistol range 
    ○ Look for the flag, walk towards the Connex and shed 
    ○ Tactical bays (CLOSED) will be on your right, manual shotgun thrower will be on your left 
    ○ Please check in and sign waivers along with obtaining guest badge 
  • This event is open to all levels and types of shooters 
    ○ While we will have a scoring system this will NOT be a competitive event from a club perspective 
    ○ Score sheets will be provided 
  • Compound and Traditional bows welcome 
    ○ No loaner bows or arrows at this time 
    ○ Distances will accommodate all types 
    ○ Crossbows may be welcome in the future 
  • Bow Stands will be present around course 
    ○ NOTE: A bow on stand often means someone is down range! 
  • Event will run up to 3 hours 
  • Safety walkthroughs at start and halfway point if needed 
    ○ Arrive on-time or you may need an RSO to accompany your first round 
  • Limited shade, water will be first come first serve 
  • Until we get a good judge of attendance no lunch or breakfast will be provided 
    ○ Picnic tables are available
  • The course will take place on sloped and uneven terrain including an optional gully crossing to the second zone It can be muddy and grass can get long, please wear boots and pants (if desired).

What to Bring? 

  • Bow
  • 12+ arrows, field points only
  • Quiver
  • Eye protection and/or sunglasses
    • At least one shot will be SW facing and prone to sun
    • Most will maintain a N/NE shooting direction
  • Finger tab, arm guard and other safety equipment
  • Any tools needed for repairs or adjustments to compound bows
  • Boots!


Event details and schedules may change on short notice so be sure to check the NCRGC calendar and the NCRGC Facebook page on the day of the event to ensure that that the event is still scheduled and has not been cancelled.

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