Archery Ranges

Indoor Range

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The indoor range of the Kingston Archery Club is open to club members from September to May on Thursday evenings (6:00pm-9:00pm).

Range length is up to 20 yards/18 metres and is located in St. Luke’s Church, 236 Nelson Street in Kingston, Ontario. The range is open to those who shoot compound, recurve, or traditional bows. A variety of targets are available including single and three-spot.

Members and their guests are permitted to shoot on the range. Walk-ins are not permitted.

All people using the range are required to sign in and out, follow club rules, and any safety precautions that are in place. All archers’ equipment must be in safe working condition. If you have any questions, club representatives will be happy to help you out.

Archery lessons provided by the club are held at the indoor range during scheduled class times. 

Members interested in helping out with lessons should contact us at

Anyone under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a guardian. 

Location: 236 Nelson Street in St. Luke’s Church, Kingston, Ontario
Hours: 6:00pm-9:00pm for members Thursday evenings September to May
Range Distance: Up to 20 yards/18 metres
Types of Bows Permitted: Compound, Recurve, Traditional, (no broadheads), Crossbows are not permitted.

Note: Signed waiver of liability, and brief safety meeting are required before access is granted

Outdoor Range

outdoor shooting range

We have a fantastic outdoor range located just North of the 401 in Kingston. The range is open to members from dawn to dusk, 7 days a week, from early May to late September, however limited access is provided to members throughout the year as conditions permit. Club nights are scheduled throughout the season for members to get together and have some fun!

The outdoor range features fixed outdoor targets in the meadow from 20 to more than 50 yards (18 to 45 metres) and 3D and field targets on well-kept forested trails. The trails feature a variety of shooting situations including up and downhill, through the trees, and around ponds. Our fun and exciting annual 3D and field tournaments are held at the outdoor range during the summer months.

As with the indoor range, all people using the range must sign in and out, follow club rules, and all safety precautions. All archers’ equipment must be in safe working condition. Club representatives will be happy to answer any questions you may have at the range.

Our outdoor range is also a great opportunity to help out and earn your membership discount.

Anyone interested in mowing, maintenance, and other light duties should contact us at!

Anyone under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a guardian.

Location: 2043 Battersea Road, Kingston, Ontario
Hours: Dawn to Dusk, 7 Days a Week, for members only
Range Distance: Up to 80 yards/73metres
Dates Open: May to October
Types of Bows Permitted: All (no broadheads)

Note: Waiver of Liability must be signed, and a brief safety meeting is required before access is granted

The Kingston Archery Club has member Range Safety Officers (RSO) qualified through Archery Canada and Instructors trained and certified through the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP).

Archery Canada qualified RSO

  • Ghislaine Blouin
  • Ralph Kennedy
  • Sean Marrs
  • Leslie St. Amour

NCCP  certified Instructors of Beginner Archers

  • Sue Bazely
  • Mike Wilson

NCCP Trained Instructors of Beginner Archers

  • Kathy Kennedy
  • Ralph Kennedy

NCCP Instructors of Intermediate Archers

  • Mike Wilson
The activities of the Kingston Archery Club take place on lands of the Haudenosaunee & Anishinaabe peoples. In the course of engaging in the traditions of archery the Kingston Archery Club and its members endeavour to practice good stewardship of the land.

Contact Info

The Kingston Archery Club
1092 Princess Street
P.O. Box 35032 Kingston Centre
Kingston, Ontario, Canada
K7L 1H2

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