This is the clubhouse. It has electricity, water is trucked in though. There is one warmup range, a series of baag targets, from 10 to 50 meters or so.
General Information on tournaments, some fees, the distances for each color of tile/pin
THis is the warmup targets behind the clubhouse. Note the round cylinders - these are used throughout the area, in colors used to mark distances
There is a flat parking area, to the left, and this awning for shade for some picnic tablets, several BBQ grills, and to the right is another warmup range
This is to the right of the awning. Young archer shooting at a decrepit foam moose, can shoot back about 30 meters.
Typical 3D foam animal target.
The foam animals are set on a metal frame. Note the colored plates on the ground.
Most targets have well-worn paths. The cedar limbs are often trimmed out as needed to form a canopy
The measurements are not very accurate, but they indicate some relative points to trees or walls.
This is the north end of the proprty I think - note the downed barbwire fence. I can't imagine how old it might be....many decades, likely.
Shade creates a log of moss growth.
THis is a path on the FITA Field layout
THere are plenty of paths wide enough for gators - here there are cylinders to guide the archers off of the beaten path on the FITA Field route
The area just above where "Gate 3" is written in is the FITA Target Field Quarry. The two topo lines on the left of the circle are shaved off, flat, where the caliche was extracted.. THis picture is good to zoom in on.