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Cody Archery Club

The Cody Archery Club- Founded in 1997 and operating out of Cody, Wyoming, but we are open to the Big Horn Basin. The Cody Archery Club is for everyone who loves archery or those who would like to learn more about the sport. Archers of all styles, ages and abilities are welcome, and we encourage anyone considering taking up the sport to contact us, to make new friends, and find out how much fun you can have learning new skills. We sponsor local 3D shoots and are always looking for members to join in and help promote the exciting sport of archery. Our club meets on the second Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. location changes see schedule and everyone is welcome.
The Club invites all archers to participate in the two main shoots they host annually, including one usually in April and the K-Z 3D Archery Shoot, which is held at the K-Z Ranch in the scenic Sunlight/Crandall area (just outside the northeast entrance to Yellowstone National Park.) This is an exciting weekend of archery, camping, and camaraderie held in June each year. The Club also holds a 3D fun shoot in August.
About 10 miles east of Cody, the Club Maintains a 93 acre archery range. This range was developed by The Cody Archery Club with the support and help of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Bureau of Land Management, City of Cody, Park County Recreation Board, and many other Cody Businesses.
We have two approved fourteen target National Field Archers Association Field Courses, a year round five to seventy yard sight-in range which is open to public, and a 3D course set up in the summer months (which is open to our members only.) Although broadheads are not permitted on the courses, we do have a designated broadhead area of archers who bring their own broadhead targets. The range also boasts a restroom and picnic area. Camping is not permitted at the range.

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