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The Archers of Caledon is a well established club with a distinguished record of achievement and excellence. The Club was founded in 1956 under the name "The Humber Valley Archers" and renamed in 1963 to "The Archers of Caledon" when it moved to its present location in the Caledon Hills northwest of Toronto.
The Club provides facilities and services for all aspects of archery. The bow hunter, the field shooter, the competitive target archer and recreational shooters can all enjoy their specific area of interest, and the opportunity is always there to try other aspects of the sport.The Club is affiliated with the Ontario Associations of Archers (OAA) and Archery Canada (AC).
The Archers of Caledon is recognized as a leader in the competitive aspect of the sport of archery. The Club has a full schedule of indoor and outdoor tournaments each year and has hosted the Canadian and Ontario Championships, as well as International Championships, on a number of occasions.
Many members of the club have gained recognition nationally and internationally for their competitive skills. We are proud to have among our members several Canadian and World Champions. Several club members are also nationally certified coaches and officials.
The Club takes pride in being able to meet the needs of all archers, from beginner to international competitor.
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The Club provides a safe and friendly environment for individuals and families to participate in the sport of archery, and has facilities and services to accommodate all areas of interest in the sport of archery, including an International target range, 28-target field course, 3D course, outdoor practice range and indoor range.
The Archers of Caledon has a 30m x 15m (100ft. x 50ft.) heated indoor range.
The range is set up in 10 lanes with shooting distances from 10m to 18m. Most of the indoor shooting is done at 18 meters (20yards). The Club's archery instructional program runs during the winter months, September to April.
The Club has four outdoor shooting venues:
The International target range has shooting distances from 30m to 70m for women and 30m to 90m for men.
The Practice Range can accomadate both field and target distances, 10yds to 80meters.
The Field Range: A 28-target field course (like a golf course in the woods, with targets of varying sizes at various distances from 20ft. to 80yds.)
The 3D course consists of a variety of animal targets set at varying distances spread out through the woods)
In addition to the heated indoor shooting range, the clubhouse features a lounge looking onto the international target range, a full kitchen, washrooms with showers, an observation deck in the indoor range, an outside patio, snack and pop machines, and ample parking maintained year-round.