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Klondike Archery park


This range is operating under its normal dates and times. See below for details. Keep yourself and others safe by practicing social distancing.


About this range:

This archery park, which opened in 2014, features a variety of lighted ranges, including ones for young shooters, traditional field archery ranges, and an elevated archery platform. There is also a walk-through 3-D archery course. The FWC partnered with Escambia County to develop this 119-acre archery park. The Panhandle Bowhunters and Archery Association manages the daily operations of this range with the FWC.


Panhandle Bowhunters and Archery Association, a non-profit organization, operates the Klondike Archery Park in conjunction with the FWC.


Jeremy Blackman, 850-860-0917




7200 Sparshot Drive, Pensacola, FL 32526

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  • 15-station traditional field archery range with maximum distance of 90 yards 
  • 7-shooting station elevated (variable 10-15 foot) archery platform with maximum distance of 40 yards
  • 2 wheelchair accessible 3-D stations, shooting from a simulated ground blind
  • 10-station youth field range with targets at 10 and 15 meters
  • 8-target station youth elevated field at 20 yards 
  • 20-station walk-through 3-D archery course



  • No charge on Thursdays from 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. and free archery lessons provided.
  • Archers 16 and up pay $10 for Thursday night 20-target shoot (under the lights) starting at 7 p.m., and $15 for Saturday 3-D shoot from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
  • Annual memberships also are available for $50 a person or $75 per family, which allows off-hours access from sunrise to sunset.



  • Open to the public Thursday nights and Saturday mornings.
  • Open every day from sunrise to sunset for those with memberships.



Closed sunset to sunrise, except during club-sanctioned events


Range supervision provided during “no charge” events that are open to the public.


  • Target are provided. No broadheads allowed.
  • Concession store has restrooms and drinking water.


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