6Wapiti Bowmen hosts five (5) 3-D shoots each year. The trails change from shoot to shoot so each shoot is new and different.
Saturday**8 AM to 4 PM
Sunday**8 AM to 3 PM
Fees: 1-day*** 2-day**
Adult - $15*** $25**
Youth (14-17) - $7*** $10**
Cub (8-13) - $2*** $3**
Peewee (under 8) - Free*** Free**
Family - $25*** $35**
OBH members receive a $3 discount. OBH families receive a $5 discount. Current OBH membership card(s) is required at registeration.
Directions to Wapiti Range
From Albany (I-5 and Hwy. 20 Overpass)
Head east on Hwy. 20 for 5 1/2 miles; turn left (east) on Hwy. 226 toward Scio just after Hwy. 20 swings to the south at Cottonwoods; continue for about 4 miles and turn right (east) on fish Hatchery Drive just after Hwy. 226 swings to the north; continue for about 3 miles and turn right (south) on Richardson Gap Road; continue for about 2 3/4 miles and turn left (east) into the driveway to Wapiti Bowmen's range.
From Lebanon (Main and Grant Streets)
Head east on Grant Street for about 1 mile and cross the South Santiam River on the Grant Street Bridge; bear left (northerly) on Brewster Road for nearly 3 miles and turn right (east) on Lacomb Road; continue for about 1 3/4 miles and turn left (north) on Bond Road; continue for about 1 mile and turn right (east) on Baptist Church Road; continue for about 1 mile and turn left (north) on Richardson Gap Road; continue about 1/2 mile and turn right (east) into the driveway to Wapiti bowmen's range.
The driveway into Wapiti Bowmen's range is just north of the (private) Snow Peak logging road and the driveway into the range is spanned by a large metal Wapiti Bowmen sign.
Test Your Gortex 3-D Shoot
January 12 - 13, 2013
This shoot, Wapiti's earliest of the 2011 3-D trail shoot season, is often a test of the shooters' rain gear, boots, intestinal fortitude and ability to handle the elements of an Oregon winter. Shooters are often grateful for a roaring fire back at the covered (and dry) shooters' pavilion and a cup of hot coffee from the cook shack. Can you take it?
Wet & Wild 3-D Shoot
February 16 - 17, 2013
Although winter weather has usually started to subside for the season, Wapiti's second 3-D shoot of the 2011 season can often be a "tester", too! Successful shooters must be able to concentrate on making a good shot under trying conditions and challenging target placements. A hot Wapiti burger or Wapiti dog meal from the cook shack is usually a welcome break during or at the end of a day's shooting!
Cinco de Arrow 3-D Shoot
May 4-5, 2013
This may be Wapiti's best 3-D trail shoot of the season if past history holds true! The site conditions are prime and weather is usually pleasant. Shots often begin to stretch out as trails are set up to be even more challenging as hunting seasons approach. While the roaring fire may not be necessary any longer, the comaraderie around it is still the best!
Bonanza 3-D Shoot
June 15-16, 2013
What can better than a 3-D shoot in early summer at Wapiti's Beaver Creek range? The weather is warm, summer foliage is fresh and green, and the shooting is out- standing! The trails are set up to challenge even the best shooters although the needs of beginning shooters are considered, too. Harold McCraven is barbequing his mouth-watering chicken for the cook shack!
Mel Schmidt Memorial 3-D Shoot
August 17-18, 2013Wapiti's last shoot of the 3-D trail shoot season, just a week before the opening of archery deer and elk season, is a great chance to fine tune both the shooter and his or her hunting gear! Shots are often the longest and/or most difficult of Wapiti's 3-D season so shooters arfun.e challenged to prove their readiness for the hunting season. A cook shack meal of Harold McCraven's famous barbequed chicken is a highlight of Wapiti's 3-D season for many!
Come and Enjoy Wapiti Bowmen's
3-D Trail Shoot Season!!
Night Owl Shoot (6:30 PM)
Oct. 12, 2013
Extra shoot for this year, and it is a flashlight shoot. Must have light device attched to bow. Should be great.
Wapiti Bowmen's Open House (10 AM-3 PM)
Geared to kids and first time shooters. Lessons given and a chance for them to shoot. Limited concessions.