At Fairfield County F&GPA archery has become a very active venue. So active
in fact that we have built a multi level platform stand for practice by our bow hunters. In addition
we now host one of the finest shooting pavilions in the state of Connecticut. Our shooting range has
target butts for field use starting at 20 yards out to 50 yards. Every summer we host a league open
to the public one evening per week. Any level of archer is welcomed and encouraged to join the fun.
A grill is available for those who wish to bring their dinner and eat in the pavilion. Our range is
lighted and fully powered. Even if you are a new shooter and have never shot before, fellow archers
will welcome you and offer their expertise. (Acceptance of this so called expertise is optional.)
Fairfield County Fish and Game Protective Association
is a member of the Connecticut Archery Association. Most members are
also affiliated with the National Field Archery Association. As a member
of the CAA, Fairfield County Archers coordinate 3D competitions with
other CAA clubs through out the year. These competitions are open to
the public and you need not to be a member of any of organization to
join in. Fairfield County offers a 30 target 3D course spread out over
more then a mile on groomed easy walking trails. This course is changed
for every shoot. In addition to our great outdoor facility we also have
an indoor 20 yard shooting range 10 shooting positions wide. In door
leagues are held evenings starting Jan. Anyone interested in participating
in the indoor league please contact any of the names listed under Contacts.
Archery is a fun, healthy sport that will develop concentration and muscle tone in a fun environment.
Even if you are not sure if you will like archery, contact anyone of the names here for more information.
Give it a try!