Ben Avery Outdoor Archery
5060 W. Skeet Street
Phoenix, AZ 85086
One mile west of Interstate 17 on Carefree Highway behind Game & Fish headquarters
Ben Avery Shooting Facility Reopens
As USA Archery Arizona prepares for the Arizona Cup in April 2021, the Broadhead/Crossbow Range has some changes to it.
There are FITA targets set up on the left side of the range at 40, 50 and 60 meters, for Olympic archery practice. There are also broadhead targets set up on the right side of the range at 20, 40 and 60 yards, for crossbows and broadheads.
Field tips from compound and traditional bows can be shot at the Known Distance Range from 20 to 50 yards and crossbows and field tips can be shot on all walking courses as usual.
To ensure public health and safety protocols are observed, and to maximize opportunities for all recreational shooters, an online reservation system is in place for the Ben Avery Shooting Facility. Archers can purchase a daily pass online, or pay a daily fee (cash only) at the Clay Target Center Pavilion.
- A face covering is required to enter any public restroom or building
- A face covering is required if you cannot maintain physical distancing of 6 feet or more
The Arizona Game and Fish Commission recently approved the department’s first proposed pricing adjustments for the Ben Avery Shooting Facility since 2008. The new daily fees were effective July 1, 2020.