Archery

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Archery is a wonderful way to get some outdoor exercise, increase your flexibility, and improve your balance and hand-eye coordination. If you’ve ever wanted to try archery, our two archery ranges offer the perfect environment to do it. If you’re new to archery, we recommend contacting the Desert Archers club for more information.

See our Training page to explore our archery classes.


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Southeast Archery Range

11296 S. Harrison Road
Tucson, AZ 85747

Hours:
Friday, 7 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday, 7 a.m. - 2 p.m.

(520) 724-5760 (Thursday - Sunday)

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Southeast Archery Range has 30 shooting positions, ranging from 10 yards to 100 yards.

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Daily Fees


$3 per archer, youth under 16 years of age may shoot free (must be accompanied and supervised by an adult)
We also honor the Annual Archery Range Pass which is available for $25.00 per calendar year online, and it must be in your possession while using the range.

Archers visiting the range will pay their day fee at the main shooting range.
Cash or Check ONLY; OR Annual Archery Range Pass

Southeast Archery Range Safety Rules

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  1. Archers must pay prior to use at Range Tower if they do not have a current annual pass. Archers who have already purchased a current annual pass must have it in possession, and may proceed directly to the archery range. Failure to pay or have a current annual pass in possession will result in enforcement action pursuant to State Trespass Laws.
  2. This range is closed to all uses other than archery target shooting. This includes no hiking, bicycling, hunting, horseback riding, shooting of firearms or off-highway vehicle use.
  3. Use of hunting broadheads is prohibited.
  4. Crossbows may be shot at Southeast Archery Range from designated shooting positions and into targets provided for crossbow use.
  5. All shooting must be perpendicular from shooting positions into archery targets provided by County.
  6. All range users are personally responsible for range safety and safe shooting. No shooting or drawing a bow is permitted while archers are down range.
  7. All shooting will be from the firing line into the target backstops only. Archers may only go down range when coordinated with other shooters and it is safe to do so.
  8. All children under 16 must be supervised by parent or responsible adult.
  9. Alcohol and drugs are prohibited. Anyone under the influence of drugs or alcohol is prohibited from shooting.
  10. All trash must be placed in containers provided.
  11. Glass containers are prohibited at this facility.
  12. No shooting arrows over berms; anyone doing so will be expelled immediately.
  13. All applicable state and local laws and rules are enforced at this facility.

This facility is closed to the taking of wildlife.
All laws and rules are enforced at this facility.
All laws and rules will be enforced per A.R.S. 13-1501.


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Tucson Mountain Park Archery

450 N. Kinney Road
Tucson, AZ 85745

Hours:
7:00 a.m. – dusk, daily

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Tucson Mountain Park Archery Range has a practice range that has been set up with targets from 20 to 70 yards, as well as three 14-target trail courses. Water and restrooms are available for your convenience.


Daily Fee

$3 per archer, youth under 16 years of age may shoot free (must be accompanied and supervised by an adult)
We also honor the Annual Archery Range Pass which is available for $25.00 per calendar year online, and it must be in your possession while using the range.

Archers visiting the range will pay their day fee at the range by completing a self-pay envelope available at the range, retaining the receipt portion of the envelope, and depositing the envelope and money in the provided fee deposit container.
Cash or check ONLY (OR Annual Archery Range Pass); No bills larger than $20.00 will be accepted.


TMP Archery Range Safety Rules

  1. Archers must pay prior to use at Fee Station if they do not have a current annual pass. Archers who have already purchased a current annual pass must have it in possession, and may proceed directly to the archery range. Failure to pay or have a current annual pass in possession will result in enforcement action pursuant to State Trespass Laws.
  2. This range is closed to all uses other than archery target shooting. This includes no hiking, bicycling, hunting, horseback riding, shooting of firearms or off-highway vehicle use.
  3. Use of hunting broadheads is prohibited.
  4. Crossbow shooting is prohibited at TMP Archery Range.
  5. All shooting must be perpendicular from shooting positions into archery targets provided by County.
  6. All range users are personally responsible for range safety and safe shooting. No shooting or drawing a bow is permitted while archers are down range.
  7. All shooting will be from the firing line into the target backstops only. Archers may only go down range when coordinated with other shooters and it is safe to do so.
  8. All children under 16 must be supervised by parent or responsible adult.
  9. Alcohol and drugs are prohibited. Anyone under the influence of drugs or alcohol is prohibited from shooting.
  10. All trash must be placed in containers provided.
  11. Glass containers are prohibited at this facility.
  12. No shooting arrows over berms; anyone doing so will be expelled immediately.
  13. All applicable state and local laws and rules are enforced at this facility.
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