Pasadena Roving Archers is pleased to announce the addition of advance registration for our First-Time class. You can register for this popular class on our website (link below). At this time we are not taking advance registration for the Returning Archers class.
Because of the check in process, please arrive at least 30 minutes prior to the scheduled class start time.
NOTE: Our class registration opens 22 days before the class date. Some classes listed here will show “Booking is closed”; that means it isn’t open for registration yet.
First-time Archer class reservation:
(First-time class is free)
Reservations for these classes will be open 22 days prior to the class date:
The City of Pasadena now requires that archers who use the Lower Arroyo Archery Range participate in a range safety course and be issued a City Safety Certification card.
The Pasadena Roving Archers have developed the safety curriculum, and will be teaching it on the first Saturday of every month from 8am to 10am. Signups are being done online using the form below.
The City Safety Certification course will familiarize archers with the range rules, target layout, and safe archery practices that will be expected of archers on the range. Please arrive 15 minutes early for check-in and bring any archery equipment that you would like our instructors to review. Equipment review is not a requirement; simply a courtesy being offered by the PRA.
At the conclusion of your course, the PRA will submit your info to the City of Pasadena. The City will send you your new City Safety Certification Card shortly after. All archers must carry a card while on the Lower Arroyo Archery Range from sunrise to sunset on Monday through Friday, and from 2:30pm to sunset on weekends.
For additional information about the new laws and enforcement, please contact the Pasadena Police Department or Pasadena Roving Archers.
The Archery Range in the Lower Arroyo is a public archery range open to the public from sunrise to sunset Monday through Friday.
On Saturdays the range is used for classes from early in the morning until 2:30 pm. Members of the public are welcome to participate in classes but all persons on the range must be in an organized class. Details of the classes can be found on our classes page. From 2:30 pm until sunset the range is open for public use as on weekdays.
On Sundays the range is used for tournaments from early in the morning until 2:30 pm. Members of the public are welcome to participate in tournaments. Everyone on the range must be participating in a PRA organized tournament. Details of tournaments can be found on our tournaments page. From 2:30 pm until sunset the range is open for public use as on weekdays.
Celebrating the art of the Bow and Arrow in the Lower Arroyo since 1935