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Pasadena Roving Archers

415 South Arroyo Blvd, Pasadena
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The Pasadena Roving Archers was established in November of 1935 after a group of members of the Pasadena Target Archers attended a tournament in Redlands that featured the newly-invented sport of field archery.

The Pasadena Archery Range is located in the City of Pasadena’s Lower Arroyo public park. During the week, the range is open daily from sunrise to sunset.

The range is reserved on Saturdays and Sundays until 2:30PM for PRA archery instruction and tournaments.

At other times, the Range is open to the general public who have their own archery equipment and a current city-issued range credential.

The PRA hosts three invitational tournaments over the course of the year. 

The 21 or Bust Tournament is a marked distance, 28 target, novelty event unique to the PRA where competitors shoot at playing card style targets while trying get as close to 21 points while not going over or “busting”. Medals are awarded for top performances in all age groups and bow styles.

The Oak Tree 3D Tournament is a marked distance, 1 arrow per target 3D archery tournament. This competition attracts archers of all bow styles and skill levels. Medals are awarded for top performances in all age groups and bow styles. The 2022 Oak Tree Tournament has been indefinitely postponed.

The Traditional Rendezvous Tournament is an unmarked distance, 2 arrows per target, 3D archery tournament for archers using traditional archery tackle (recurve and longbows) without the use of sights, stabilizers, elevated arrow rests, etc. No compound bows allowed at this event usually held in October. Awards are presented for top performances in all age groups.

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San Diego Archers

Balboa Park, San Diego
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The San Diego Archers (SDA) is an active volunteer managed club, sponsoring two shoots a month: a 28 target 3D Round on the first Sunday of the month and an NFAA sanctioned Animal, Field or Hunter round on the third Sunday of each month.

Each June, we host the King Arthur’s Day Tournament, a 40 target novelty shoot with a medieval theme, and a variety of other novelty tournaments each year as well.


The San Diego Archers maintain two archery ranges in the heart of Balboa Park in the city of San Diego. The fee is $2.00 per archer that can be placed in a collection box at each range. The fee is based on the honor system. The money collected goes to the maintenance of the ranges. Without these fees, the ranges cannot stay open, so please be sure to pay the fees.

Both archery ranges are open from sunrise to sunset, 365 days per year. The San Diego Archers host 25 archery tournaments each year, open to members and non-members: 23 tournaments are at the Rube Powell Archery Range and two at the Morley Field Archery Range.

 

Tournaments are held on the first and third weekends of each month.