The Rifle Creek Archery Park Indoor Range will have a 'soft' opening beginning 4 Feb 2021. Indoor use will require a ‘Park Pass’ that entitles the user to 24/7 access to the Indoor Range building with some exceptions. To obtain a Park Pass you must submit an application (found on the ‘Membership’ tab) and schedule an in-person orientation. To request an orientation and get your ‘Park Pass’ card, fill in the email form found on the ‘Contact/Information – Contact Us’ tab on the website. Put ‘Orientation’ as subject and in the message, indicate your phone number, the best time to call and your preferred method of contact (phone or email).
The daily user fee is $5 for individuals 18 years and older ($5 covers the entire family). User fees can be prepaid annually for an additional $50 per year which entitles the user to unlimited use of the indoor range. Special events may require additional event fees as determined by the event coordinator. You can bring guests but must be present in the building with them. Each guest is responsible for the daily user fee of $5 for each day used. Note: OHSA membership is not required to obtain an Indoor Range Pass.
EXCEPTIONS will be times during scheduled events shown on the calendar found on the ‘Upcoming Events’ tab which will prohibit use of the range for open shooting. Updated 1-24-2021.
Donations may be tax deductible.
The OHSA mission is to promote and provide shooting sports recreational activities/facilities that include firearm, archery, hunting, fishing, safety, wildlife conservation and education/information activities to community residents and members of the organization. We always welcome new members and facility users. We are a Non-Profit Corporation - 501(c)(3) - Tax Exempt.
The Rifle Creek Archery Park Outdoor Range is NOW OPEN to the public.Hours are one half hour after sunrise to one half hour before sunset. The Daily user fee is $5 for individuals 18 years and older. Individuals younger than 18 years may shoot for free but MUST be accompanied by an adult. NO broadhead targets are available at this time. Updated 10-30-2020.
COVID-19 OHSA facilities require participants to follow basic COVID-19 protocols such as - wear a mask, maintain social distancing, wash hands frequently, disinfect common surfaces that you have touched, etc. To find the latest information on COVID-19 visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) websites. Observe & follow signs posted at the facilities.