Are you an archery club or an archery shop?
We are the Riverside Archers club that is located in Corona, CA near Lake Mathews. We are NOT the Riverside Archery Pro Shop located in Riverside, CA.
Is the archery range open to the public?
No, the archery range is NOT open to the public except for days that we are hosting 3D tournaments. Only members have access to the range on non-tournament dates.
Do you offer any archery lessons?
No, we do not offer any archery lessons. The best places to get lessons is at an archery shop, such as Riverside Archery. Other archery clubs, such as Oranco Bowmen and Cherry Valley Bowhunters, may offer lessons as well, but you will need to check with them.
Do you have archery equipment for use or rent?
No, we do not provide any archery equipment. Members must have their own archery equipment to use range.
Are your shoots open to everyone?
Yes, our shoots are open to everyone. Please note that all shooters, regardless of whether you are a member or not, must pay tournament fees.
What are the benefits of being a member?
On top of being able to enjoy our great company, the primary benefit is 24/7 access to our archery range. You will be given access to the combination lock at the gate and you will be able to come and go as you please.
Can I check out the archery range prior to joining?
Yes. The best days to come check out the range are during one of our tournaments. If those dates do not work for you, please contact us to see when someone can let you onto the range (check here) although availabilty may be limited. You can always park at the gate and walk in to see the range.
How do I become a member?
Please fill out a membership application and mail it, along with your membership fees, to the address listed on the application.
When does my membership expire?
Our memberships are ANNUAL and must be renewed every year. Without a membership renewal, you will not receive new gate combinations to access the range. Please check your membership card to see when your membership expires.
Can I use a rangefinder during non-marked shoots?
Please check with the officers when you are signing in to a tournament. Generally speaking, if you are a new shooter and would like to use a rangefinder, you can as long as you and everyone in your group does not shoot for score (i.e., no one from your group may place in any class). If you do so, please talk quietly amongst yourselves so other groups can not hear the yardage. There are some shoots, such as our Team Toughman 3D, that rangefinders are absolutely not be allowed.
Are crossbows allowed at the range or during tournaments?
No, crossbows are not allowed at our archery range.