PLEASE LOGIN TO SEE GATE CODE. ALL CURRENT MEMBERS WHO LOGIN WILL SEE THE GATE CODE TAB.
WE ARE OPEN!
Maintain 6 feet of separation and wear masks when in close proximity of others. Use hand sanitizer often and minimize contact with the targets with your bare hands when pulling arrows. WE WILL NOT BE PROVIDING ANY HAND SANITIZER OR CLEANING SUPPLIES.You are responsible to supply your own protective equipment while on site and to dispose of used items properly. The area will be monitored by the Palm Beach County Parks Department and the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office. Please go to (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/social-distancing.html for more information and guidelines on social distancing.
Gold Coast Archers Club, located in Palm Beach County Florida, has flourished for over 20 years.
We are a non-profit private archery range, that offers 12 acres of Field and FITA practice ranges
starting from 10 yards out to 100 yards, a Field Course, and a 3-D practice and tournament range.
PLEASE NOTE: WE DO NOT PROVIDE ANY LESSONS, EQUIPMENT OR HOLD CLASSES ,
but with a membership, you are granted 100% access to the range with a gate lock combination
code and year round accessibility from dawn to dusk. We have picnic tables and outdoor facilities.
Our practice target range offers a covered canopy for shade while shooting.
Gold Coast Archers also holds a monthly 3D shoot during the cooler months,
along with various Regional and State Tournament Shoots.
Thanks to Rick Dorey for putting the GCAC sticker on the Dalton Highway
sign in the Arctic Circle.
Club shirts or other things with the club logo can be purchased from Logo Up
To place an order, go to the Website: www.logoup.com,
Enter Stitch order number (26167) in the customer comment box.
Call 1-800-321-5646 with any questions.
The Gate Code changes every 3 months.
Around January 1st - April 1st - July 1st - October 1st
Watch for the Email Notice announcing the change.
Follow this link to the Florida Archery Foundation website
for updates on everything archery in Florida
Safety note to all archers.........
It is specifically against NFAA rules to draw your bow above horizontal... it's also against NAA rules. The practice of drawing a bow up in the air is unsafe, and many archers do it due to heavy poundage or simply out of bad habit. Pushing the bow out with the bow arm... or better yet, pushing it slightly downward... can assist in drawing it back. One arrow loosed high in the air and killing or damaging property three blocks away can set our sport back for years... much less ruin the day of the individual with the bow and the individual harmed by it!