First Time to the Balboa Park Rube Powell Archery Range?

Welcome!!

This unique archery range sits on ~30 acres in the heart of beau­ti­ful Bal­boa Park. It is sur­round­ed by the 163 Free­way to the west, San Diego Zoo to the north, the Old Globe The­ater and Muse­um of Man to the east. The entrance to the Range is on the south side of the Cabril­lo Bridge (Lau­rel St.), near the SW cor­ner of the Alcazar Gar­dens Park­ing Lot.

THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF THE BALBOA RANGE:
It’s a walking course, just like a golf course.
Always walk in the proper direction!

MapPlease print out this map
of the walking course
to take with you on your first trip to the Range.

The Balboa Range also has a small practice area at the entrance, with target butts at 10, 20, 30 and 40 yards.

Jim Walker practicing in Balboa Park
Prac­tic — Prac­tice — Prac­tice

The Bal­boa Range is open to the pub­lic from sun­rise to sun­set, 365 days/year for just a $2 day use fee. 14 tar­gets are open year-round (Tar­gets #15–28).

The remain­ing tar­gets are only open dur­ing tour­na­ments, held ~twice each mon­th on the 1st & 3rd week­ends.

The first open tar­get (#15) is on the north side of the Cabril­lo Bridge, ~5–10 min­ute walk from the entrance/practice area.

Each tar­get has yardage mark­ers (tabs) vary­ing from ~20 feet to 80 yards, depend­ing on the tar­get. This is a NFAA-Cer­ti­fied course!

The Bal­boa Park Rube Pow­ell Archery Range and the Mor­ley Field Archery Range are both main­tained by vol­un­teers from the San Diego Archers (and non-mem­bers, too!)

 

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