Mile Square Regional Park Archery Range

Archers drawing at targets

The archery range at Mile Square Regional Park is open to the public. Hours are 7 a.m. to sunset, daily.

   **WEEKLY MAINTENANCE: Archery Range closed Wednesdays 7 to 11 a.m.

Use of the range is free, and you must bring your own equipment. Free beginning archery classes are available by advance reservation and include use of equipment. Check the Mile Square Regional Park events calendar for a schedule.

The 6.71-acre redesigned range features 24 in-line shooting stations beneath a continuous metal shade canopy with 24 targets, bow racks, tables for servicing bows, perimeter fencing, north orientation and a 20-foot safety berm. The new range is the largest in Orange County.

The new archery range was designed in consideration of public input and archery dynamics. Much of the dirt used to construct the safety berm came from the nearby Haster Basin Project, in which OC Public Works relocated a portion of a flood-control outlet to add space for an open field and improve upon the existing park with increased recreation opportunities.

For more information about the archery range, call the park at (714) 973-6600. Read the range rules here.

Ranger with child holding bow