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Both the Rube Powell Balboa Park Archery Range and the Morley Field Archery ranges will be open to the public beginning this Friday, June 12th.

The San Diego Parks and Recreation Department have agreed to allow the opening of both ranges as long as we follow the currently accepted COVID-19 Pandemic Guidelines.

Please help us in following these three rules on the ranges at all times:
 
  1. Maintain a minimum social distance of at least 6 feet between others sharing the range.
  2. Wear a mask or face covering where minimum social distancing requirements cannot be maintained.
  3. And please limit the sharing of personal items, such as bows, arrow pullers, or other personal items while on the range. 

Additional guidelines will be posted at both ranges soon. Happy shooting!

 

Welcome San Diego Archers

San Diego Archers

SDA is a very active club, sponsoring two shoots a month and three major tournaments a year. A 28 target 3D Round on the first Sunday of the month and a Club Championship Qualifying Round (28 target Animal, Field or Hunter Round) on the third Sunday of each month.

Each June SDA hosts the “King Arthur’s Day Tournament”, a 40 target novelty shoot with a medieval theme.

Would you like to attend SDA tournaments for free?
SDA holds a work party at our ranges each month. Contact us to see whether there are work party positions available before the next tournament and attend your next SDA shoot for free!

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Morley Field Archery Range Work Party Sunday, 12 July 2020

Morley Field Archery Range Work Party

Sunday, July 12th, 2020

6:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

This work party is required to bring the range within city code requirements.  Your assistance is needed and greatly appreciated.

Hello Archers of San Diego!

Please join us on 12 July for a work party.  It will focus on bringing the range within city code requirements so we can keep it open to the public.

Start time is early (before it gets too hot): 6:00 a.m. (or as early as you can make it) until about 11:00 a.m.

Supplies & tools (If you have them, we appreciate it when you can bring your own tools!)

  • Bring gloves and eye protection
  • Recommend long pants and long sleeve shirts
  • Sunblock

We’ll be clearing brush between the old and new fence lines, picking up old bale material, branches, rocks, etc… to smooth out the range and stage the material for disposal. There will be a second work party on Sunday, 26 July to remove the debris and load it into a dumpster for disposal.

A special thanks to Bill M. who has been keeping the range trimmed and to Dennis S. who has been working closely with the city and LEA to ensure we meet code. We have the best volunteers anywhere!

Thanks everyone! We really appreciate your help.

2020 King Arthur Tournament Status

Are you wondering about the 2020 King Arthur Tournament?  We are, too.

Unfortunately, KAT is not feasible for June 2020.  With the COVID-19 pandemic and continued restrictions on group gatherings, options include postponing KAT or possibly cancelling it for 2020.

Tell us what you think.  Postpone or cancel?  If we postpone, when should KAT take place?

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COVID-19 PROTOCOLS at San Diego Archery Ranges

Physical Distancing Rules must be followed for all ranges or areas will be closed!

•If you are not feeling well, have a fever, cough, or are otherwise unwell, DO NOT use the archery range.

•All persons at the range MUST MAINTAIN A MINIMUM OF 6’ PHYSICAL DISTANCING BETWEEN PERSONS AT ALL TIMES!

•Allowed use is LIMITED to SINGLE USER or with members of your own household.

•No more than three archers will shoot on a walking range target.

•No equipment sharing, Pull your OWN arrows. Do not share bows.

•Face masks are strongly urged. You should have a mask on your person and ready for use.

•A maximum of five arrows per shooter is allowed for up to 30 minutes per target.

•Follow all guidelines & recommendations from the CDC, State, and County Public Health Departments.

 

COVID-19 Protocols San Diego archery ranges