This state-of-the-art archery trail provides unique opportunities for archers to test their skills in a real environment. The Archery Trail is located at the Lower Spring Lake Park Reserve Trailhead in Spring Lake Park Reserve. (Map and driving directions)
Hours: Daily, 5 a.m. to sunset. Parking lot hours: 5 a.m.–10 p.m.
Archery Trail open for the 2018 season
The Archery Trail is now open. It will remain open until Nov. 30, 2018 or the first significant snowfall in the late fall.
See the Interactive Archery Trail Map.
Road construction to cause detour to Archery Trailhead
Construction on County Road 42 at Highway 55 will cause detours to the Archery Trailhead starting in mid-September. Find out more.
Archery range closed during annual deer hunts
The Archery Trail will be closed starting at noon on Wednesday, Nov. 7 and will reopen on Monday, Nov. 12. It will also be closed starting noon on Wednesday, Nov. 14 and reopen on Monday, Nov. 19. See more information on annual deer hunts.
Purchasing a pass
A pass is required to use the archery trail.
Find out about archery trail fees.
- Access to Archery Trail
- Six practice targets
- Two 14-station trail loops
- Handicap accessible targets
- Varied stations: 4–80 yards with wooded, fan and elevated shot opportunities
- Bonfire ring (Firewood restrictions)
- Horseshoe pits
- Picnic shelter
- Portable toilets (winter only)
- Restrooms (summer only)
- Free parking