Archery Range Safety Rules

  1. The shooting line must be called "CLEAR" before shooting can begin. The last shooter on the line shall call "CLEAR" when they have completed shooting. 
  2. No one shall approach the targets until all shooting has been completed and the range has been declared "CLEAR" . The last person to return from retrieving arrows shall confirm that there is nobody down range and call the line "CLEAR"  to commence shooting.
  3. When you are done shooting step back from the shooting line to the yellow waiting line to indicate that you have completed shooting.
  4. No Archer may draw a bow with or without an arrow, except when standing on the shooting line and the line is clear for shooting.
  5. Non-shooters must stay behind the  (yellow)  spectator line when there are people  shooting on the shooting line, Club approved Instructors and Coaches are exempt. The Parent or legal guardian  supervising their children and a Peel Archery member when supervising their guest is also exempt.
  6. No Archer may draw back the string of a bow using any technique which if  released could allow an arrow to hit the ceiling, the walls, or the floor.
  7. If you drop an arrow and you cannot reach it,  do not step beyond the shooting line to retrieve that arrow until the range is called "CLEAR".
  8. No broad head arrows are to be shot at any club targets. Shooters must supply their  own target butt when using broad head arrows.  When shooting broad head arrows at their own target butt, please do it during low member attendance (4 shooters or less). 
  9. Recurve, compound or crossbows that shoot arrows or bolts exceeding a measured speed of 405 feet per second are not allowed on the archery range. 

Archery Range Etiquette 

  1. Pay attention and cooperate with club officials carrying out their duties.
  2. Music volume and genre should be kept to a level agreeable to all who are present.
  3. Keep talking on the shooting line to a minimum to avoid distracting other shooters.
  4. Do not comment on someone else’s shooting during an end.
  5. Have an encouraging remark to pass, rather than a sarcastic one.
  6. Do not make unkind remarks about your own shooting as this may upset or  distract someone.
  7. Attend meetings and air your views there, do not gripe on the range and upset others.
  8. All members have the responsibility to keep the archery range and office areas clean. Please pick up all papers/used targets, etc., and place them in the garbage/recycling bins. 
  9. If you lose an arrow point in the butt, do not attempt to retrieve it.
  10. Never touch equipment belonging to someone else without his or her prior consent. Unless the owner cannot be located and it is presenting a hazard.
  11. Step back from the shooting line to give the other archers a chance to complete their ends.
  12. Respect the other arrows in the target while removing your own arrows.
  13. Leave the other archers’ arrows in the target unless asked to remove them.
  14. Make yourself available for some duties, such as cleaning the range, maintenance of target butts, etc.
  15. Archers should be mindful and respectful to shoot no more than the amount of arrows that does not affect (or hold up) the shooting line. 

Club Rules

  1. It is the Club members’ responsibility to ensure that they and their guests have signed the Club Sign in Book and that their guests wear the Guest Badge while at the club. 
  2. Members and guests must abide by the rules and regulations posted by the Peel County Game and Fish Protective Association, the Archery Club and the Air Gun Club.
  3. Members and guests are to assume responsibility for their own equipment; the club is not responsible for lost,  stolen, broken or damaged equipment. 
  4. All minors must be supervised by their parents or legal guardians who are members themselves and are approved in the discipline.
  5. All vehicles which interfere with safe range use are prohibited (e.g. skateboards scooters, rollerblades, inline skates, bikes, etc.), with the exception of service vehicles.
  6. No unattended personal articles  including vehicles, motorcycles and trailers are to be left at the Peel County Game and Fish Protective Association building or on its property. 
  7. No pets allowed on the premises  - with the exception of service animals.  
  8. No alcohol to be consumed on the premises and anyone under the influence of alcohol or 

        drugs will be refused  permission to shoot and asked to leave the property.

Premises under 24 hour Security Camera Surveillance

About Peel Archery Club

107 Nuggett Court, Brampton, ON L6T 5A9

Our facility is open to its members 24 hours a day, 7 days a week unless otherwise noted.

Ontario’s Only 70 meter indoor range and is great for archers looking to advance their skills in long distance shooting.

We have several fixed butts at 70 meters, movable Target Butts, and 3D targets for arbitrary distances.

Peel Archery club is a National Archery Team Training centre.