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Are you looking to visit an archery range in Maryland?
Perhaps you are a local resident getting into archery, maybe you are only visiting briefly and time is of the essence. Or maybe, you are looking for something a little bit different to do.
Either way, there are a number of excellent options to choose from.
And you’ll be pleased you stop by here today.
I’ve pulled together a curated list of some of the best archery ranges in the state.
And don’t take just my word for it. I’ve delved deep into the reviews, customer feedback and even held a few conversations with the locals to find out.
So without further ado, here are the ranges to at the very least, consider.
Vingt Neuf Bowmen Archery
The Vingt Neuf estate covers 25 acres with a clubhouse, a 20-yard archery indoor range, a six-target outdoor practice range, a fourteen-target outdoor field range, and a two-target broadhead range.
The club holds indoor and outdoor archery shoots throughout the year.
They offer activities specifically for young archers and families and offer 3D and JOAD archery too.
“The Family Archery sessions are great! Reasonably priced and the staff is very knowledgeable and courteous. Great indoor activity during the winter.”Google Review
Address: 8735 Honeygo Blvd, Perry Hall, MD 21128
Anne Arundal Archers
Anne Arundel Archers is a non-profit archery club that is maintained by its members. This is a relaxed, fun and safe place to shoot archery.
There are 5 practice targets open to public, with a further 28 targets for members only. Plus there’s a clubhouse and restroom facilities on-site.
Anne Arundal also offer a number of different events; from classes, through to tournament competitions and 3D shooting.
“Best place to sling some arrows for FREE! There are 4 different practice ranges that are open to the public, and a complete field course for members only. Everyone there is friendly and willing to offer help anytime you need. You may very well stand next to a state or national level shooter/champion, and not have any idea since they’re so down to earth.”Google Review
Address: 1188 MD-3, Gambrills, MD 21054
Lake Needwood Archery Range
Located in the Rock Creek Regional Park; this is a free-to-access archery range with sheltered target standards and measured shooting positions for 20 to 100 yards.
The range operates on a first-served basis and you will need to use field points and provide your own targets.
“Very excellent place to learn and meet wonderful people that teach you the basics of archery.”Google Review
Address: Beach Dr, Derwood, MD 20855
Opening Times: Sunrise to sunset, year round.
Tuscarora Archers JOAD is open to archers from 10 to 20 years old that have had some form of previous archery training.
Here, young archers can shoot both recurve and compound bows and learn proper shooting technique from NTS-qualified coaches.
“Excellent range with 12 indoor lanes, 28 field targets and 3D shoots every Monday from May until September. The members are knowledgeable, friendly and skilled archers that are willing to give pointers and have fun.”Google Review
Address: 5608 Etzler Rd, Frederick, MD
Invicta Sports Club
Invicta Sports club offer both fencing and archery.
They are a well-respected club that provide all the necessary equipment is required. Or you can bring your own.
Invicta welcomes both beginners and young children all the way through to experienced adults.
What a great place! Coaches and equipment were available for our group of 12, responsive to emails. Clean, professional, and safety is #1. Will definitely be back!Google Review
Address: 9121 Gaither Rd B, Gaithersburg, MD 20877
Over to you.
You’ve now got the list and the contact details of the best archery ranges in the Old Line State.
Contact a few, make some inquiries.
See what sounds best for you and your needs.
Whether you want to dip your feet in archery, level up your skills, or you just try out a new range; there should be something for everyone here.
And wherever you decide to go, be sure to enjoy it.
That’s the most important thing, after all.
I live in Alberta, Canada where I enjoy indoor and 3D archery with traditional bows and compound bows. On this site, I share everything I’ve learned about archery along the way.