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DESERT ARCHERS
Tucson, Arizona
Home to the Second Leg of the Arizona 3D Championship Series







WELCOME TO OUR HOME PAGE AND THE EXCITING SPORT OF ARCHERY

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The Desert Archers club is primarily a 3D archery club open to traditional and compound archers of all levels of proficiency; both hunters and non-hunters, all ages of men, women and children.

As a club, our objective is to strengthen the spirit of archery through fellowship, competition, and ethical hunting. Anyone new to the club will find the club is full of “good people” who are always willing to share a technique or two.

We DO NOT offer archery lessons, but can point you in the right direction (see our links or local ranges pages).

We utilize the Tucson Mountain Park Archery Range to host several 3D shoots per year (see schedule below).

The Tucson Mountain Park Archery Range is OWNED AND OPERATED BY PIMA COUNTY.

The range is located off Kinney Road near Old Tucson. The archery range is open 7 days a week, sunrise to sunset. Besides the sporting elements of archery, many archers cherish the peace and beauty of the unspoiled desert setting and the surrounding hills at the Tucson Mountain Park.

Archery is an ideal family sport. It offers a wonderful family experience for a minimal daily facility fee of $3.00 per adult (kids 15 and under are free when accompanied by a paying adult) or an individual annual range pass ($25.00).

The daily $3 fee is on the honor system (self-pay station). Fines will be assessed by Pima County to those who do not pay or own an annual pass.

(Self-Pay Station Located at the Range Near the Restrooms)

Each spring we host the 2nd Leg of the Arizona 3D Championship Series at the Triangle T Guest Ranch in Dragoon, AZ. The "Rumble in the Rocks" event draws the state’s best archers as well as those who enjoy shooting non-competitive 3D archery. See our 3D Series or 2nd Leg pages for more details.

CLUB SHOOT INFORMATION

Saturday
Registration from 10:30am to 1:00pm
Courses open from 11:00am - 5:00pm (30 minutes before dusk during winter months)

Sunday
Registration from 7:00am to 8:30am
Courses open from 7:00am - 1:00pm

Two 15 Target Courses
(Shoot as many courses as you would like while the courses are open)

$10.00 for Club Members WITH a Range Pass - Shoot Both Days

$15.00 for Club Members WITHOUT a Range Pass - Shoot Both Days
(includes Pima County range fee for both days)

$20.00 for Non-Club Members WITH a Range Pass - Shoot Both Days

$25.00 for Non-Club Members WITHOUT a Range Pass - Shoot Both Days
(includes Pima County range fee for both days)

ARCHERY RANGE PASSES ARE AVAILABLE FROM PIMA COUNTY ($25)
**Main Office or Any of the Pima County Firearms Ranges**

Passes are good for the Tucson Mountain Park Archery Range
AND the Southeast Regional Archery Range

ANNUAL CLUB MEMBERSHIP (January – December)
$40.00 Single Membership or $50.00 Family Membership
(kids 15 and under shoot for free when accompanied by a paying adult)

PRORATED MEMBERSHIP
$40/$50 January thru April

$30/$40 May thru August

$20/$30 September thru December

Desert Archers Will Waive The Weekend Shoot Fee The Weekend You Join The Club
(Excluding the "Rumble in the Rocks" and "Team Shoot" Weekends)

2014
3D Shoot Schedule
(Subject to Change)
2014 Printable Schedule

January - No Shoot Scheduled (Deer Season)

February 1-2 (Free Pancake Breakfast)

MARCH 14-16 “RUMBLE IN THE ROCKS” (TEXAS CANYON - DRAGOON, AZ)

April 5-6

May 3-4

June - No Shoot Scheduled

July - No Shoot Scheduled

August 2-3

September - No Shoot Scheduled (Elk Season)

October 4-5

November 1-2

DECEMBER 6-7 “4TH ANNUAL DUEL IN THE DESERT” (TEAM SHOOT COMPETITION)

CONCESSIONS AVAILABLE AT ALL CLUB SHOOTS
Polish Hotdog $2.00
Chips $1.00
Soda $1.00
(Combo $3.50)

Gatorade/Poweraid $2.00 (Large)
Bottled Water .50

Why Shoot 3D?

TUCSON MOUNTAIN PARK ARCHERY RANGE
The Tucson Mountain Park Archery Range is Located West of Tucson.

GPS:
N 32.23093
W 111.13750

FROM I-10:
Head West on Speedway, make a slight left onto Gates Pass Road as your approach the end of Speedway, turn right from Gates Pass onto Kinney Road.
The archery range will be on your right hand side
(less than 1 mile from Gates Pass Rd -- past mile marker 3).

FROM I-10:
Head West on Ajo Way (AZ86), turn right from Ajo Way onto Kinney Road. Go past Old Tucson and Gates Pass Rd. The Archery Range will be on your right hand side (past mile marker 3).
Current Weather - Tucson Mountain Park Area

For more information, please contact
Darrin Welsh at (520) 260-0787